|Posted November 5, 2007|
|High School:||Juneau-Douglas HS|
|Major:||Public Relations with a minor in History|
2007-08: Was a main ingredient in the ThunderWolves' run to an RMAC Championship and an NCAA Division II Tournament berth, averaging 18 points per game in the Pack's three RMAC Shootout games, being named to the all-tournament team ... Was an all-RMAC honorable mention selection after averaging 10.6 points per game ... Rebounded from a dubious 0-for-18 start to the season to nail five three-pointers in the Pack's win over Grand Canyon Nov. 17, earning her a selection to the Al Kaly Classic all-tournament team ... Got within a sniff of a double-double against Eastern New Mexico Nov. 24, taking down eight boards and scoring 14 ... Despite missing the start because of a foot injury, came off the bench to score 10 points and take down eight boards in a win over Colorado Christian Dec. 13.
2006-07: Was one of the Pack's top scorers in
2006-07, averaging 12.4 PPG ... Named RMAC Player of the Week
following a 26 point performance in a win over Western New Mexico
... Named to the All-RMAC West Division first team ... Scored a
career high 31 in a 66-54 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State ...
Showed one the team's coolest hands at the free throw line, sinking
nearly 80% of all free throw attempts ... Showed prowess
defensively, as well, taking down 4.6 rebounds per game and
executing 22 steals ... An honorable mention selection to the RMAC
2005-06: Named to the RMAC All Tournament Team ... Averaged 8.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game ... Tallied 22 assists and 11 steals ... Showed her ease as a shooter, ranking 8th in the RMAC placing as a 3-point field goal percentage 40.2% ... Played all 31 games as a freshman, while starting 19 of them ... Had a career-night at RMAC Championship game on Mar. 5, sinking 20 points & 4-5 from 3 point line ... Second highest career-night against New Mexico Highlands on Jan. 28 with 17 points ... Had two big rebounding games with 7 against Mesa Feb. 4 and Ft. Lewis Feb. 24.
High School: Twice an all-state honoree (First-Team as a senior; Honorable Mention as a junior)...Played in State Championship game twice, winning the title in her senior campaign...Averaged 15 points and seven rebounds per game that year for coach Lesslie Knight...Also ran track for the Crimson Bears, setting the school record in the long jump...Was the team leader in free throws and three pointers as a senior...Graduated from JDHS with a 3.5 GPA.
Personal: Daughter of Bob and Karen Rehfeld...Younger sister of former CSU-Pueblo post player Hilary Rehfeld...She also has a younger sister, Margaret...Majoring in public relations with a minor in history...Birthday is August 2.