Roggenbuck named to All-American team
The University of Minnesota, Morris' Steph Roggenbuck has been named to the DIII News All-American Honorable Mention women's basketball team.
The monthly newsletter of Division III Women's Basketball, in their 20th season, released their annual All-America teams, honoring the top players from across the country.
Women's DIII News listed players in their first through fifth teams, as well as those listed on the honorable mention team. Roggenbuck was just one of four players from Minnesota colleges named to the team.
The three-time First Team All-UMAC honoree and 2011 UMAC Player of the Year, Roggenubuck led the Cougars to a 21-7 record this past season, which included a perfect 14-0 mark in UMAC play.
The Cougars' leading scorer, she averaged 17.3 points per game on the season, while also leading in rebounds with 6.5 per game. One of the best shooters in the conference, she connected on 53 percent of her field goals, while hitting a career high 43 percent of her attempts from long range.
She scored in double figures in all but one game this season topping the 20-mark in 10 games.
Roggenbuck and the Cougars won the UMAC regular season and tournament titles before their season came to an end in the NCAA Tournament. Roggenbuck becomes the First All-American in the Tim Grove tenure.