Already a member of Southeastern Louisiana University's Hall Of Fame, Gascon, who is still very involved athletically as a member of the United States Handball team, was just named to the Southland Conference's All-Time Volleyball Honor Roll on Monday.
Gascon was also named to Southland's 50th Anniversary All-Time Softball Roster as an accomplished third baseman.
"It feels amazing to be honored," Gascon says. "I don't play sports for these awards, I play because I absolutely LOVE to play and compete! I always knew I was supposed to be an athlete and I'm grateful I can still play at the highest level possible."
In her volleyball career at Southeastern Louisiana, Gascon led the nation in digs twice, finishing her NCAA career third all-time with 2,109 digs, setting school, Southland Conference and state of Louisiana records. The former Star set the NCAA and Southland Conference single-season record of 786 digs and a 6.66 per game average in 2003 and posted the fourth-best career average (4.78) in NCAA history.
Gascon was named the Southland Conference's Defensive Player of the Week a record 13 times, including a period of nine consecutive weeks in 2003.A four-time All-Southland Conference third baseman for head softball coach Pete Langois from 2001-04, she was named to the conference's All-Time Softball Team earlier this year.
During her softball career, Gascon was a first team selection as a sophomore, a second team choice as a junior and earned third team notice as a freshman and senior.
The 2002-03 Southeastern Student-Athlete of the Year, Gascon was inducted into the Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame in 2010.
At Mary Star, Gascon helped the Stars' girls volleyball team reach the CIF-Southern Section finals in 1998 and was named All-Area Daily Breeze in both volleyball and softball.