|| Krista Rappahahn
At Stanford: Complete Year-by-Year Statistics ... A talented and versatile player with a great work ethic ... Possesses good shooting range ... Very reliable on the free-throw line ... Holds the school record for three-pointers made in a single season (91) and three-pointers attempted in a single season (208) ... Also ranks No. 10 in school history with 152 three-pointers made in her career.
2005-06 Season (Senior): Game-by-Game Stats ... Named the 2006 2006 Donald Kennedy Award Winner, which is presented to the Stanford senior athlete who best exhibits the combination of excellent academics, strong athletic ability, and a commitment to community service ... Set a new school record for three-pointers in a single-season with 91 (besting the previous mark of 81) ... Played in every game and started 28, including 24 of the last 25 ... Ranks No. 1 in the Pac-10 and 12th in the nation in three-point field-goal percentage (43.8%) ... Ranks atop the conference and 22nd in the country with 2.7 three-pointers made per game ... Also the new school record-holder with 208 treys attempted this season (besting the former school record of 193) ... Helped Stanford to the second-best three-point shooting percentage in the nation, with a 39.6% average from beyond the arc as a team ... Named to the 2006 Academic All-District Women's Basketball First Team for District 8 ... Also selected to the Pac-10 All-Academic First Team ... Averaged 8.9 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Finished as the Women's Runner-Up at the ESPN College Three-Point Championship in Indianapolis.
2004-05 Season (Junior): Game-by-Game Stats ... Named Pac-10 First-Team All-Academic ... Averaged 11.4 minutes in 31 games ... Shot 35.8% from behind the arc with 24 three-pointers ... Made a season-high three treys against Louisiana-Lafayette at the Great Alaska Shootout ... Connected on both of her three-point attempts in Stanford's 100-75 victory over UCLA, as the Cardinal made 15 threes in the game - one shy of the school record for three pointers in a single game ... Picked up a season-high five rebounds against Pacific ... Tallied a season-high three assists against Pepperdine ... Played 12 minutes against Santa Clara in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... Recorded three boards against the Broncos ... Also saw the court for four minutes against Utah in the second round game.
2003-04 Season (Sophomore): Game-by-Game Stats ... Earned Second-Team Academic All-Pac-10 honors ... Came off the bench for 32 games to average 10.1 minutes per game ... Notched a .509 3-point field goal percentage (28-of-55) ... Scored 118 total points ... Scored in double figures six times ... Rattled off two back-to-back 10-point games against Fordham and USF to start the year ... Contributed career-highs of 17 points and five steals against Pacific ... Shot 6-of-8 from the field at Washington State, finishing with 16 points and five assists ... Led the Cardinal with 16 points against Arizona, while tying her career-high four three-pointers ... Notched seven points in first game of Pac-10 Tournament against California ... Tallied two rebounds in five minutes of play against Missouri in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament.
2002-03 Season (Freshman): Game-by-Game Stats ... Averaged 3.1 points and 1.6 rebounds in 26 appearances off the bench ... Worked her way into the rotation in the second half of Pac-10 play ... Shot a team-best 95.5% (21-of-22) from the free-throw line ... Came off the bench to go 4-of-4 from the free throw line in the final 43 seconds to give Stanford a 63-57 victory over No. 2/2 Kansas State in the Stanford Invitational Championship Game ... Had 10 points and career-highs of seven rebounds and three assists versus Oregon ... Scored a season-high 11 points at Washington State.
High School: Guided the Norwich Free Academy to a 106-2 record during her prep career, including three Connecticut State Championships ... Led Norwich to four Eastern Connecticut Conference regular season and tournament championships ... Named the 2002 Gatorade Connecticut Player of the Year, and earned state player of the year honors from the Hartford Courant and the New Haven Register ... Named "Highest Honorable Mention" by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association as one of the top-40 players in the country ... Averaged 23.7 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 3.0 assists as a senior, and finished as the Norwich Free Academy's all-time leading scorer (male or female) with over 2,000 points ... Named a 2001-02 Street & Smith's Honorable Mention Preseason All-American, and was also a McDonald's All-American nominee as a senior ... Attended the 2001 Nike All-American Camp ... As a junior, was named a Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-American and Student Sports Junior All-American after averaging 22.9 points, 9.0 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 3.0 assists ... Also that season, guided the Norwich Free Academy to a 27-0 record and USA Today top 25 national ranking ... Also a consensus All-Connecticut pick by the Hartford Courant, ESPN and the New Haven Register ... As a sophomore, averaged 18.3 points and 7.0 rebounds en route to New Haven Register Second-Team All-Connecticut honors ... An Honorable Mention All-Connecticut honoree by USA Today ... Averaged 13.1 points as the Norwich Free Academy went 27-0 in her freshman season and won the state championship ... Named Honorable Mention All-Connecticut ... High school basketball coach was William Scarlata ... Also a three-year varsity soccer player, and a 2001 team tri-captain ... A Heisman Scholar-Athlete State Finalist, a member of the National Honor Society and an AP Scholar with distinction.
Personal: Daughter of Ted and JoAnn Rappahahn ... Hobbies include photography, art, camping and running ... Will earn her degree in Human Biology in June 2006.
Krista Rappahahn's Career Highs
||18, 3x, last vs. Cal (1/14/06)
||7, vs. Oregon (2/6/03)
||5, at Washington State (1/2/04)
| Field Goals
||6, 6x, last vs. Cal (1/14/06)
|Three-Point Field Goals
||6, 2x, last vs. Cal (1/14/06)
||4, 3x, last vs. Pacific (12/12/03)
||5, vs. Pacific (12/12/03)
||1, 6x,lsat vs. Washington (2/23/06)
||40, vs. Oklahoma (3/25/06)
2006 Donald Kennedy Award Winner
2006 ESPN Academic All-District 8
2006 First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic
2005 First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic
2004 Second-Team Pac-10 All-Academic
Last Updated: June 5, 2006