Stohr named North Idaho Female College Athlete of the Year
COEUR D’ALENE – Lewis-Clark State College senior guard/forward Jasmine Stohr added another impressive award to her trophy case when she was named the North Idaho Female College Athlete of the Year at the 50th annual North Idaho Sports Banquet on Saturday night.
Stohr, who earned NAIA All-American honors during her four-year career at LCSC, defeated three athletes from the University of Idaho and two from North Idaho College for the honor.
Despite missing four games during the season because of a knee injury, Stohr led the Warriors in scoring and averaged 19.4 points per game. She scored 581 points during the season and made 211 field goals and 125 free throws.
The four-year starter became only the third player in program history to score more than 2,000 points during her career. The two-time Frontier Conference Player of the Year finished her Warrior career with 2,143 points, which puts her third on the all-time scoring list.
Stohr also made 722 field goals in her career and is the program’s all-time leader in made free throws with 460. She also finished in the top five in all-time steals, most points in a season, most career field goals, most free throws made in a season, and is sixth in career free throw shooting. She also ranks in the Top 10 in assists.
The North Idaho Hall of Fame committee nominates and votes on the winners for each college and high school category. The winners were announced Saturday night at the annual banquet, which was held at the Coeur d’Alene Inn.