Stohr named FC Player of the Week for fourth time
Lewis-Clark State College senior Jasmine Stohr was named the Frontier Conference Women’s Basketball Player of the Week, league officials announced on Monday. This is the fourth time she has earned the award this season.
The 6-foot native of Yakima, Wash., helped the No. 13-ranked Warriors close out the regular season with two victories last week. In the team’s 69-52 win over Great Falls she shot 9-of-14 from the field and had 22 points, four rebounds, four assists, and four steals. And in LCSC’s 53-46 win against MSU-Northern she scored 18 points with three assists and three steals.
The accolade is just one of many in Stohr’s career at LCSC as her name now riddles the program record books.
On Feb. 18 of this year she became just the fourth player in program history to reach 2,000 career points. With 2,044 points she stands at No. 4 on LCSC’s all-time scoring list and could reach No. 3 by the end of this season. She also ranks No. 4 in field goals made, No. 2 in free throws made, No. 5 in free throw percentage, No. 10 in assists, No. 5 in steals, and No. 5 in blocked shots.
This season she stands No. 7 in the NAIA with 19.3 points per game.
Last year she was named a WBCA first-team All-American, an NAIA second-team All-American, and the co-Player of the Year in the Frontier Conference. As a sophomore she earned honorable mention status for both the WBCA and the NAIA. As a freshman she was chosen as the conference’s Freshman of the Year.