Golden Gopher Career Notes
The first three-year team captain in school history • The 2006 Golden Gophers’ MVP • 2005 All-Big Ten Honorable Mention selection • Finished her Gopher career with 102 consecutive starts at guard, 107 overall • Played in every game of her collegiate career, averaging 30.6 minutes per game (3,920 minutes in 128 games) • Finished her career just 38 points shy of 1,000 career points (962) • Gopher recordholder for career three-point field goals made (230) and three-point field goal percentage (39.7 percent) • Ranks sixth in career assists (304) • Started every NCAA Tournament game (13) in her career • Hit three or more treys in 37 career games • Scored in double figures in 40 career games • Two-time second-team academic all- district and three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
2005-06 Season (Sr.)
Golden Gopher MVP • team captain with April Calhoun and Shannon Bolden • Minnesota recipient of the 2006 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award • Started all 29 games and averaged 7.5 points per game • Broke the Minnesota career three-point field goal record during a four-trey performance at Michigan State (2/9) • Hit 4-4 3FGs and 14 points versus Michigan (2/5) • Scored 12 points, on four triples, with a career-high seven rebounds in the win over Wisconsin • Matched a season highs with 15 points and 4 three-pointers versus Northwestern • Hit season-high four three-point field goals and dished out season-high six assists in win over Iowa State • Hit 6-8 FG (3-4 3FG) for 15 points versus Washington State • Scored a team-high 15 points versus No. 11/9 Stanford • Academic All-Big Ten and Academic All-District Second Team honoree • Earned fourth varsity letter.
2004-05 Season (Jr.)
A 2005 All-Big Ten Honorable Mention selection • Third on the team in scoring, averaging 9.1 points per game • Ranked third in the Big Ten with 2.15 three-point field goals made per game • Three-point percentage of 41.7 percent ranked 22nd in the nation • Team leader in minutes played (33.5 mpg.) • Scored in double figures in 16 games • Tied the single-season record with 73 three-point field goals • Scored 11 points, with a trio of threes, in NCAA Second Round win over Virginia • Went 4-for-4 from three-point range in scoring 13 points in home win over Purdue • Hit four triples and scored 14 points in win over No. -/25 Iowa • Scored a career-high 25 points, including seven three-pointers (Mackey Arena record) in win at Purdue • Scored 11 points, including a trio of three-pointers in win at Wisconsin • Tied a career high with five rebounds in win versus Northwestern, along with eight points and five assists • Played 71 of possible 80 minutes during Subway Classic, averaged 13.5 points and 4.0 assists per game while committing just three turnovers in the two games • Averaged 11.5 points per game in WBCA Classic to earn all-tournament team honors • Shared the team’s Coaches Award with April Calhoun • Honored with the Fast Break Club Award • Earned Academic All-District Second Team honors • An Academic All-Big Ten honoree • Awarded third varsity letter.
2003-04 Season (So.)
Gopher starter at point guard in all 34 games • Clocked a team-high 36.1 minutes an outing • Averaged 8.9 ppg. • Coaches Award recipient • One of the captains despite being only a sophomore • Played all 40 minutes in eight games • Ranked second on the single-season list with 72 three-point field goals • Scored in double figures in 14 games • Hit 41.9 percent (13-31) from three- point range during NCAA Tournament play • Scored nine points, three treys, versus 6/6 Connecticut in national semifinal • Hit 14 points, all in the first half, in NCAA win over No. 8/9 Kansas State • Tallied 15 points on five three-pointers in NCAA Tournament game versus UCLA • Scored 18 points, with four three- pointers, vs. Northwestern (2/22) • Hit four three-pointers versus No. 9/10 Purdue • Scored her career high for the third time in 2003-04 with 20 points at Drake, including a career-high six three-pointers • Bettered her career high with 14 points, including four three-pointers against Colorado • Averaged 13.0 ppg. /6.0 apg. in Subway Classic • Tied her then career high with 12 points against Southern • Earned second varsity letter • An Academic All-Big Ten honoree.
2002-03 Season (Fr.)
Gopher starter at point guard in 10 of last 11 games, while seeing action in all 31 games as a rookie • Scored a career-high 12 points and played all but four seconds in both NCAA games versus Tulane and Stanford • Played 118 of 120 possible minutes at point guard during the NCAA Tournament and turned the ball over only four times, while averaging 9.0 ppg. • Scored career-high 12 points versus Michigan (3/2), adding five assists • Only non-start of the late-season stretch was vs. Wisconsin (2/27) on Senior Night • Averaged 3.4 assists per game as a starter • Played all but 26 seconds in win over No. 12 Penn State (2/23), scoring 6 points and adding 4 assists and 4 steals, without a turnover • Dished out career-high eight assists in win over Ohio State (2/16) • Started her first game at Indiana (2/9) • Averaged 23.8 minutes per game • Scoring 4.6 ppg. in Big Ten games, making 18-45 (40.0 percent) three-point field goals • Dished out four or more assists seven times • Owned a 1.6-to-1 assist to turnover ratio • Earned first varsity letter.
A 2002 graduate of Blue Earth Area High School • A 2002 Parade High School Fourth-Team All-American • A Street & Smith High School All-America Honorable Mention selection • The 2002 Gatorade Minnesota Player of the Year • 2002 Associated Press Minnesota Class 2A Player of the Year • Two-time AP All-State First Team honoree • Finalist for Minnesota’s Ms. Basketball Award as a senior • Nike All-American in 2001 • Finished her high school career with 2,702 points, the seventh most in Minnesota girls high school history • Led the state in scoring in both her junior (27 ppg) and senior (28 ppg.) seasons • Dished out 572 career assists • Averaged 15 points and six assists in her first season on varsity, as an eighth-grader • An AAU All-American in 2002 • A two-time state tournament participant in tennis • Earned all-state honors at shortstop as a senior.
Born January 5, 1984 • Sports Management major • Daughter of Steve and Janet Schonrock • The youngest of four children, all of whom played college basketball • Her sister, Sheila, played at Gustavus Adolphus College, while other sister, Sara, played two years at Drake and two at Gustavus Adolphus • Her brother, Matt, played one season at Bethel College.