Alison Nash-Gerlach #24
#24 Alison Nash-Gerlach
Approaches twilight of rewarding collegiate career as one of elite frontline performers in the NSIC. . . . . First team All-NSIC choice in 2008-09. . . . . Enjoyed monster junior season, led Dragons in scoring, 14.2, field goal percentage, .489, and free throw accuracy, .842, ranked second in rebounding, 6.2. . . . . Finished third in the league in free throw shooting, .862, 10th in scoring, 14.6, 11th in rebounding, 6.3 and 12th in field goal percentage, .469, last year. . . . . Single game bests last winter included 26 points against Bemidji State and 15 rebounds against St. Cloud State. . . . . Perfect from the floor in six field goal attempts in 68-51 romp over Concordia College. . . . . Played in all 29 games with four starts as a sophomore, averaged 6.8 ppg and 4.1 rpg. . . . . Ranked third on the club for blocked shots, 10 and steals, 17, in 18.4 minutes of play per game. . . . . Presented Sixth Player of the Year Award in 2007-08. . . . . Sophomore highs included 16 points against Minnesota Duluth and Minnesota, Crookston, nine rebounds against Southwest Minnesota State and Wayne State. . . . . Made important contribution to Dragons’ championship chase as a freshman, played in all 31 games and averaged 2.8 ppg and 1.4 rpg. . . . Scored career best 12 points in 87-50 victory at Chaminade and collected 14 rebounds against Minnesota, Crookston, reached double figures in scoring five times as a rookie. . . . . Averaged 14.8 ppg and 7.0 rpg as a senior and 10.8 ppg and 5.5 rpg as a junior for Roseville Area High School. . . . . Helped Raiders qualify for the Minnesota State Tournament in 2004 and 2006, including a fourth place finish in 2006. . . . . Honorable mention all-state choice as a senior. . . . . Two-time All-Suburban East pick, honorable mention choice as a sophomore. . . . . Four-year letterwinner, closed prep career with 1,061 points, third highest harvest in Cardinal history. . . . . Shared captaincy honors as a senior, voted Most Improved and winner of Hustle Award. . . . . Undeclared major. . . . .