Stephanie Wilber
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Last School
Riverside High School


Born in Federal Way, Washington daughter of Barry Wilber of Auburn,Wash., and Sherry Calhoun of Coronado, Calif has five siblings father (Barry) played football at the University of Washington from 1977-78, and grandfather (Wayne Gaughren) played basketball at South Dakota State from1956-60.

Before BYU

Named Washington State Player of the Year in 2006 also named SPSL Co-Player of the Year 2006 Seattle Times All- Area First Team McDonalds Preseason All-American Nominee led her high school team to its first ever state title in 2006 team captain in 2007 was named the MVP of the 2007 Class 3A state girls basketball championship after scoring a game-high 16 points to help give Riverside its first ever state title during the 2005-2006 season earned Second Team All State, and Seattle Times All-Area named TNT First Team All-Area, KCJ First Team All-Area and SPSL First Team All-League finished her high school career with single-season school records for most rebounds (298), most offensive rebounds (144), most defensive rebounds (154) and most blocks (33) also set Riversides single-game standards for most rebounds (18), most offensive rebounds (11) most defensive rebounds (13),
most blocks (5), most steals (10).

Other College

At ASU (2007-08) Played in a total of 11 games her freshman season, including six during Pac-10 league play averaged 0.4 points and 1.2 rebounds per game tallied four points and four assists on the season and grabbed 13 boards.

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