AWARDS Two-time Summit League Distinguished Scholar (2013-14, 14-15).
2016-17 (SENIOR) Played in and started all 30 games in the 2016-17 season…averaged 33.2 minutes per game…averaged a team-best 13.6 points per night…ripped down 2.7 rebounds per game…dished out 60 total assists…shot 41.4 percent on the season going 174-of-420 including 31.4 percent from beyond the arc…shot 77.3 percent from the charity stripe, 34-of-44 on the season…totaled 409 points, ended her career just shy of the 1,000 point mark…put up a career-high 22 points at Northern Arizona in December…scored in double-digits in 22 games…led the Pioneers in scoring in 15 games…ripped down a career-high nine rebounds in the match against Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 22…played 40+ minutes in two games this season including 44 minutes in the double overtime loss at Idaho State…attempted a career-high 25 shots at South Dakota State on Feb. 23…drained four 3s at Northern Arizona on Dec. 3…went a perfect 4-for-4 from the foul line against Cal State Fullerton on Nov. 22.
2015-16 (JUNIOR) Appeared in 29 games, started 26 … logged 35.1 minutes per night … scored 9.3 points … grabbed 2.5 rebounds … dished out 1.9 assists … two games recorded of 45 minutes played … shot 37.7 percent from the field … 21.8 percent from the 3-point line … posted a 76.3 free-throw percentage … dropped in a season-high 20 points against Wyoming on Dec. 9 … had 13 games of double-digit scoring … handed out a season-most six assists at UMKC on Dec. 12 … drilled a season-high 4 3s against Wyoming … pulled down a season-high six rebounds against IUPUI on Feb. 14 … attempted season-high 17 shots in a win against IPFW on Jan. 9 … went a perfect 5-for-5 from the foul line against Illinois-Chicago on Dec. 17.
2014-15 (SOPHOMORE) Saw action in all 32 games, starting in two ... lead the team in free-throw percentage (87 percent) ... averaged 7.9 points and 1.9 rebounds per game and shot 39 percent from the field ... set a season-high with five rebounds at Western Illinois (02/21/15) ... tallied four assists against North Dakota State (02/26/15) ... drilled six field goals at Western Illinois (02/21/15) ... shot 5-of-5 from the free-throw line most recently at Oral Roberts (02/07/15) ... tied season-high field-goal percentage of .625 (5-8) against Hawaii (11/16/14).
2013-14 (FRESHMAN) Played in 30 games and averaged 7.8 minutes ... shot 34.7 percent from the field 37.8 from 3-point range ... scored a season-high 11 points at Long Beach State (01/05/14) ... played a season-high 22 minutes and tied a season-high with two rebounds at Omaha (02/22/14).
BEFORE DENVER Was a three-sport athlete at Roseville Area High School ... played five years of varsity basketball ... named a Miss Basketball of Minnesota candidate (2013) and was an Athena Award winner ... was a four-time All-Conference selection ... earned the Raider Character Award and MVP honors ... was named to the All-State Coaches Team twice (junior and senior seasons), All-State Honorable Mention once, Star Tribune All-Metro Third Team twice and Pioneer Press All-East Metro Team twice ... held school record for three-pointers in a season (58) and a game (7) ... During junior year reached 1000th career point mark ... served as team captain for two years and was named Breakdown First Team All-Showcase ... was featured on ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 Plays (12/02/10) ... played four years of varsity tennis where she was a two-time All-Conference selection, earned the Raider Character Award, the Sportsmanship Award and was named a two-time Academic All-State recipient ... was a section runner-up and state qualifier during junior year and was an individual section finalist during senior year ... named team captain senior year or her tennis team ... Competed in track and field for three years where she was named All-Conference Honorable Mention, while also receiving the Raider Character Award ... named Academic All-State Qualifier during junior year ... named team captain of her track and field team.
PERSONAL Born December 4, in Maplewood, Minn ... daughter of Steven and Marilynn Poss ... has a younger brother, Mitchell, and a older sister, Kristina ... Business major, with a minor in Mathematics ... chose DU because she believes it is a prestigious academic and athletic institution with an amazing basketball coaching staff and team, motivated in the pursuit of excellence ... participated in the National Honor Society, Raiders Against Destructive Decisions (RADD) and St. Odilia Catholic Church Service ... graduated in the top-10 percent of her class ... earned Academic Letter for three years and named Student of the Trimester (2010).