2017-18 Women's Basketball Roster

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2017 Women's Varsity Basketball

# Name Height Position(s) Year Hometown
2 Erika Feenstra 6-0 Forward FR Hull, Iowa

Before Dordt…played for Western Christian High School (Iowa)…averaged 15.2 points per game, while sinking 46 three-point shots and grabbing 128 rebounds on the way to a first-team all-conference selection…helped Western to a 2017 Class 2A state title and was a member of the all-tournament team and was a third-team all-state selection….scored 9.7 points per game and converted 31 percent of her three-point shots as a junior…instrumental in Western earning Class 2A state runner-up honors in 2016.

3 Kenzie Bousema 5-8 Guard JR Sheldon, Iowa

 2016-17…played in 25 games and had a 7.0 scoring average…converted 47 percent of her field goal attempts and took down 3.6 rebounds per game…scored a season high 22 points against Doane on December 10 and also had a team high eight rebounds in that game.

2015-16…played in 23 games and averaged 2.2 points per game…took in 2.1 rebounds per game…had a season high six rebounds against Mount Marty on January 6 and had a season high seven points aginst Morningside on November 24…played in six junior varsity games and had a 14.3 points per game average.

Before Dordt… averaged 11.2 points per game and over three rebounds per game for Western Christian (Iowa)…earned first-team all-conference honors while helping Western to its fourth straight state tournament berth…scored 11.7 points and 3.7 rebounds per game with 49 assists and 67 steals in helping Western to its third straight state basketball title in 2014.

5 Siennah Stamness 5-10 Guard FR Rochester, Minnesota

Before Dordt…played for Rochester Mayo High School (Minnesota)…scored 237 points, with 70 assists during her senior season…was a two-time all-conference honorable mention honoree…shot 34 percent from the three-point line while helping guide her team to its second consecutive conference championship...was also a part of Mayo’s 2015 section championship and state tournament team. Stamness is a four-year letter winner for Mayo and was named to the Minnesota Girls Basketball Coaches Association Academic All-State honoree.

10 Ebby Prewitt 5-9 Guard SO Urbandale, Iowa

2016-17…one of four players to appear in all 30 games for the Defenders…scored 3.8 points per game and handed out just over one assist per game…had a season high 13 points against Friends.

Before Dordt…graduated from Des Moines Christian High School (Iowa)…averaged 17.6 points per game with 3.0 rebounds and 2.2 assists for the Lions… was named all-conference in 2014 and 2015 and led Des Moines Christian to a 2014 conference championship and two consecutive state tournament appearances in 2014 and 2015…scored 12.2 points per game as a junior and  11.3 points per game as a sophomore.

11 Baylee Tetzlaff 5-10 Forward FR Brookings, South Dakota

Before Dordt…graduated from Brookings High School (South Dakota)…averaged 11 points with 5.3 rebounds, 1.4 steals and 1.3 assists as a senior…averaged 11 points, 6.6 rebounds, and had 43 steals during her junior campaign…was a four-year varsity letter-winner…was a two-time honoree on the All-ESD team.

12 Faith Anderson 5-11 Guard FR Sherrard, Illinois

Before Dordt…graduated from Sherrard High School (Illinois)…scored 15.3 points per game as a senior and took in 4.4 rebounds with 2.6 assists per game…scored 1,166 career points and converted 62 three-point baskets this season while also serving as team captain…was named first-team all-state honoree by the Associated Press and the Illinois Basketball Coaches’ Association and earned all-conference and all-area honors…Sherrard won regional and sectional championships before reaching the Elite Eight of the state tournament.

15 Payton Harmsen 5-8 Guard SO Rock Rapids, Iowa

2016-17…played in 26 games…converted 32.3 percent of her three-point shots…averaged 3.8 points per game…scored a season high nine points in wins over Briar Cliff and College Saint Mary.

Before Dordt…prepped at Western Christian High School (Iowa)…averaged 10.1 points per game while converting 38.1 percent of her three-point tries in 2015-16…handed out 3.0 assists per game while earning all-conference honors while helping Western to its fifth straight state tournament appearance and a Class 2A runner-up finish…averaged 8.0 points, made 47 three pointers, had 49 steals and 85 assists during her junior campaign…was named second-team All-Lakes Conference and was also part of Western’s 2013-2014 Lakes Conference Champions and State Championship team when she averaged 6.0 points per game. 

20 Ally Krommendyk 6-2 Forward SO Belle Plaine, Minnesota

2016-17…missed the season with injury.

Before Dordt… graduated from Southwest Christian High School (Chaska, Minnesota)…averaged 15.5 points per game with 8.0 rebounds, 4.1 blocks and 1.9 assists while claiming MCAA first-team honors…scored 14.1 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 5.1 blocks per game, earning first team all-conference honors as a junior…named all-conference honorable mention after averaging 8.3 points as a freshmen and second team all-conference as a sophomore with 13.1 points per game. 

21 Hope Veldkamp 5-6 Guard SO Edgerton, Minnesota

2016-17…played in 12 junior varsity games and averaged 3.0 points per game.

Before Dordt…played for Southwest Minnesota Christian High School (Minnesota)…averaged 9.1 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 2.9 steals for Southwest Minnesota Christian in her senior season…was a key contributor to the Eagles success that included a trip to the Minnesota State Class A state tournament, the team’s third straight Red Rock Conference championship, and a 27-2 overall record…was a first-team all-conference honoree, all-area third team, and academic all-state. 

23 Steffi Cunard 5-10 Guard JR Missouri Valley, Iowa

2016-17…played in six varsity games and averaged 1.8 points per game…played in 12 games and averaged 10.1 points per game.

2015-16…played in ten varsity contests…scored 14.3 points per game in 15 junior varsity contests.

Before Dordt… averaged 18.8 points per game for Logan Magnolia (Iowa) and converted 45 percent of her three-point shots…averaged 22.0 points per game for Heartland Christian (Iowa)…was a third-team all-state pick as a junior and was a second-team pick as a senior.

25 Annie Rhinesmith 5-8 Guard SO Shakopee, Minnesota

2016-17…averaged 7.7 points per game with 2.4 rebounds per contest in her freshman season…converted 38 percent of her three-point field goal attempts and handed out nearly three assists per game…scored a season high 24 points against Morningside…converted a school record eight three-point shots against Morningside…handed out a season high six assists on five different occasions and had a season high six steals against Waldorf.

Before Dordt…played for Shakopee (Minnesota)…averaged 8.2 points per game with 3.8 assists and 2.6 rebounds with 1.8 steals per contest…scored 9.3 points and 4.3 assists while earning all-conference honors for a third straight season as a junior…helped guide the Sabers to a fourth place finish at the 2015 Minnesota Class AAAA state tournament and played a major role in their 2014 Missota Conference Championship.  

30 Maddie Regnerus 5-6 Guard FR Vermillion, South Dakota
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32 Paige De Jong 5-10 Forward SO Sioux Falls, South Dakota

2016-17… appeared in two games for the Defender varsity team…competed in 14 games and averaged 5.0 points per game.

Before Dordt…graduated from Sioux Falls Christian High School….was a four-year letter-winner and two-year starter for the Chargers…averaged nine points and six rebounds during her senior year. 

43 Rachel Evavold 6-1 Forward SO Bloomington, Minnesota

2016-17…averaged 6.2 points per game in 28 games played…converted 55 percent of her field goals and grabbed 4.5 rebounds per game…scored a season high 12 points twice against Midland and Viterbo…took down a season high 10 rebounds against Briar Cliff.

Before Dordt…averaged nine points for Jefferson (Minnesota)…was named team captain and earned all-conference honorable mention honors during her senior season.