Away at School: LCSC’s Stohr named player of the week

March 1, 2012 by  

YAKIMA, Wash. — JASMINE STOHR (La Salle), a senior on the Lewis-Clark State women’s basketball team, was named Frontier Conference player of the week for the fourth time this season.

The 6-foot Stohr, who missed several games with a knee injury this season, totaled 22 and 18 points in the final two regular season games to earn the honor. She then added 22 points in Wednesday’s victory over Montana Tech to open the conference tournament for the 13th-ranked Warriors (26-4).

Earlier this month, Stohr became the fourth player in program history to reach the 2,000 mark in career points.

KINZI POTEET (Grandview), a junior on the Boise State women’s basketball team, scored a career-high 18 points in the Broncos’ 61-53 Mountain West Conference victory over Wyoming last Saturday.

Poteet’s performance keyed a BSU rally from a 13-point deficit, the Broncos’ biggest comeback of the season.

CHANTEL JAEGER (West Valley), a freshman at Montana State, placed seventh in the 200 and eighth in the 400 and ran on the fourth-place 4×400 at the Bky Sky Conference indoor track meet last weekend. She was previously named Big Sky track athlete of the week for winning the 200 at the Bobcat Open in 24.56 seconds, which ranks fourth all-time at MSU.

GRAHAM VAUX (Davis), a senior at Eastern Washington, clocked 8:26.33 for 3,000 meters at the UW Indoor Invitational in Seattle. DANA WELLS (Riverside Christian), a junior at Washington State, lowered his 200-meter best to 21.90 at the Vandal Collegiate Meet.

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