Jasmine Stohr, a two-time NAIA All-American at Lewis-Clark State College, made her professional women’s basketball debut in Slovakia earlier this week and is off to a very good start.
Stohr signed with ZBK Poprad of the Slovakian league in early October, and scored nine points in her professional debut on Oct. 3 against MZA Ruzomberok, albeit in a losing effort.
Stohr, at 22 years of age, is one of the oldest players on the Poprad roster, and plays in a league that features some top European talent as well as four current WNBA players.
Stohr has scored an average of 14.7 points in the first three games of her pro career. She tacked on 19 points on Oct. 7 against SKBD Rucon and 16 on Wednesday vs. Piestanske Cajky.
Stohr, from Yakima, Wash. and LaSalle High School, was a two-time Frontier Conference Player of the Year during her career at Lewis-Clark State. She stands as one of four Warrior players to break the 2,000-point plateau.
Check back at www.lcsc.edu/athletics for updates on Stohr's progress in Slovakia.