Women's Basketball



12  Carly Stucky
Carly Stucky

Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Pretty Prairie, Kan.

High School:
Pretty Prairie H.S.

Height:
5-10

Position:
Guard


UW This Season: One of five returning starters in 2000-01...returns this season after sitting out with an injury last year...a definite offensive and defensive threat, who will help the Cowgirls on both sides of the ball...is also a very quick and athletic player...has excellent passing skills.

Sophomore (2000-01): Started in the first six games of the season before injuring her knee...had surgery on Dec. 21 to repair a damaged acl in her right knee and missed the rest of the season...was awarded a medical hardship...averaged 30.3 minutes in those starts...was first on the team and eighth in the conference in scoring (12.7), before getting injured...led the team in assists (5.7) and steals (3.0), which was second and first in the MWC...scored in double-figures in five of the six games...tied her career high with 20 points against Chadron State (11/18/00)...is eighth in three-point shots made (59) and ninth in three-point attempts (179) in school history.

Freshman (1999-2000): Averaged 30.8 minutes per contest in 28 Cowgirl games...started in the last 22 games of the season for Wyoming...finished fourth in scoring with 10.1 points per contest, which ranked 21st in the Mountain West Conference...shot 69% (46-67) from the free throw line...led the team in assists and steals with 3.4 and 2.2 per game...was fourth in steals and ninth in assists in the conference...scored in double-figures 15 times during the season...had a career high 20 points against Air Force (1/29/00)...was an Academic All-Conference and Scholar-Athlete selection.

High School: A two-time Reno County Player of the Year at Pretty Prairie High School...she averaged 18 points, five assists and four steals per contest...was selected First Team All-State and All-League as a junior and senior...as a sophomore, she earned First Team Reno County and Heart of America honors...helped lead her team to the Heart of America League Championship in her senior season, and was on the team that finished second in Class 1A in 1996-97...earned letters in several other sports including volleyball, track and cross country...was coached in high school by C.T. Young...an excellent student, she was selected HOA Academic All-League...chose Wyoming over several schools including Oklahoma State, Kansas State and Lamar.

Personal: Born May 14, 1981 in Kingman, Kan...one of four children of Tim and Nancy Stucky...last name Stucky rhymes with Cookie...majoring in criminal justice.

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