Hannah Stubbs, Wesleyan University

 

The efforts of forward Hannah Stubbs were the main reason Wesleyan women's basketball achieved a four-year record of 81-21 from 2002-03 through 2005-06 and made two appearances in the NCAA Division III tournament, including a Sweet-16 showing in 2004-05. That year, Wesleyan posted a best-ever 22-5 mark.

Stubbs ended her career with 1,395 points to rank second all-time at the University while setting team standards for seasonal field-goal percentage (.625 in 2004-05) and career field-goal percentage (.588). A three-time first-team All-NESCAC choice, Stubbs also found a spot on the WBCA Division III All-America honorable-mention list as a junior and was a second-team selection in District I for CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine's Academic All-America team as a senior.

She played in all 102 games over her four years while averaging 13.7 points a contest, She also racked up 770 rebounds (7.5 RPG), 118 assists, 59 blocks and 141 steals. She was named Wesleyan's female Roger Maynard Memorial Award winner as the outstanding senior scholar-athlete. A molecular biology & biochemistry major at Wesleyan, Stubbs will remain in Middletown, Conn., during 2006-07 as a graduate student in her field of study.