Amanda Viehauser #21

First Name: Amanda
Last Name: Viehauser
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 0
Position: Forward
Team: North Tartan
Class Of: 2008
School: Robbinsdale Armstrong
College: Wisconsin Milwaukee
Years With North Tartan: 0


2009-10 (Sophomore)
Battled a back injury to play 13 games, making one start ... anticipated taking a medical redshirt after nine games ... came back to play final four games of the season ... opened the season with nine points at Evansville Nov. 13 ... tallied 10 points on a perfect shooting night vs. Northern Illinois Nov. 25 ... went 4-for-4 from the field and made her only three-point and free throw attempts ... scored nine points in each of the two games of the SeattleU Thanksgiving Tournament Nov. 28-29 ... was 7-of-10 from the field in the tournament and added five rebounds, three assists and a steal vs. the host Redhawks Nov. 29 ... started at Dayton Dec. 4, finishing with six points ... returned from 18-game layoff with four points in 17 minutes vs. Cleveland State March 4 ... had first collegiate double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds two days later vs. Youngstown State ... was up to 16/9 in the first half and added a blocked shot and a steal.

2008-09 (Freshman)
Played in 21 games, starting four times ... became first Panther freshman to start a season-opener since 2003 at North Carolina State Nov. 15 ... had five points and four rebounds in the game ... scored four points and grabbed two boards at Wisconsin Dec. 2 ... missed four games due to a back injury ... returned to the floor with four minutes against Valparaiso Jan. 29 ... made a start vs. Loyola Feb. 19 ... had four points and four boards against Youngstown State in the league tournament first round March 9.

High School Played five years of varsity basketball, including her last two at Robbinsdale Armstrong High School ... named all-state honorable mention awards both seasons ... also named to the all-conference team each year ... played three years at Minneapolis Washburn High School ... as a freshman, averaged a double-double of 10.7 points and a conference-best 10.3 rebounds per game ... averaged a double-double for her career at Washburn.



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