21 Stefanie Collins
21 Stefanie Collins
Height: 5-6
Year: Senior
Hometown: Montour Falls, N.Y.
High School: Odessa-Montour
Position: G
Career Highs
Points: 36, at Stony Brook (Nov. 22, 2003)
Rebounds: 7, five times, last at Maryland (Dec. 7, 2004)
Assists: 7, vs. St. Francis (Pa.) (Nov. 19, 2001)
Steals: 5, at Fordham (Feb. 10, 2005)
At A Glance
One of the premier guards in the Atlantic 10 and one of the most consistent three-point shooters in the nation ... a veteran who leads by example ... she has posted two of the best offensive seasons in school history in back-to-back years ... she became just the 13th player in Bona history to top the 1,000 point plateau on Jan. 30 vs. Massachusetts ... already ranks second all-time in program history with 215 three-pointer's and 10th with 1,111 career points ... has started 80 of a possible 82 games in her career ... is lefthanded.

As a Junior
Named to the Atlantic 10 Third Team All-Conference and All-Academic team for the second straight season ... started all 28 games and played a team-high 33.5 minutes per contest ... was a A-10 preseason second team All-Conference selection ... led the A-10 and finished 10th in the nation in three-pointer's made per game (2.8) ... knocked down 77 threes on the season, the third highest season total in program history ... finished ninth in the Atlantic in scoring at 13.7 points per game ... led all Bona players with 64 assists and 46 steals ... drained a school record eight three-pointers twice: Stony Brook (12/11) and at Saint Joseph's (1/7) ... named to the 2004 St. Bona Shootout All-Tournament team after scoring 25 points in a Bona win over Big 4 rival Canisius ... led the team in scoring 16 times, including four 20+ outings ... hit for double-digits in 21 outings ... scored a season-high 31 points, including 8-14 from long range, in a Bonnies' win at Saint Joseph's ... ripped Stony Brook (12/11) for 29 points, including eight three-pointers, after draining seven threes at Stony Brook last season ... hit for 24 points, four rebounds and three assists vs. Siena (12/29) ... collected a career-high five steals at Fordham (2/10) ... was held scoreless just one time all season at Maryland (12/7), but tied a career-high with seven boards.

As a Sophomore
Earned Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team and Academic All-Conference honors ... finished fifth in the Atlantic 10 in scoring at 16.0 points a game ... led the A-10 and finished third nationally in three-point percentage at 46.6 percent ... finished second in the A-10 and 11th in the nation in three-point field goals per game, averaging 2.9 per contest ... posted the fourth-best program mark for three pointers in a season, knocking down 75 from behind the arc ... a consistent free-throw shooter, she finished fourth in the A-10 at 82.4 percent ... posted the third-best single-game scoring output in program history, netting a career high 36 points in the season-opening win at Stony Brook (11/22) ... led the Bonnies in steals (37) ... started 25 games and averaged a team-best 32.9 minutes per contest ... led the Bonnies in scoring 16 times, scoring in double-digits in 18 games ... scored 20 or more points 11 times ... scored 20 points, all in the second half, in win at Massachusetts (1/18) ... suffered a sprained ankle vs. Rhode Island (2/8), causing her to miss two games.

Sustained a torn anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee in a preseason workout ... underwent reconstructive surgery in October.

As a Freshman
Selected the Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year by the conference's coaches ... led all Atlantic 10 rookies in scoring at 11.1 points per game ... scored in double digits in 18 games overall including 12 of the last 13 ... also averaged 2.6 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.2 steals per game ... started 27 of her 28 games played and averaged 31.5 minutes per game ... finished sixth in the Atlantic 10 in three-point percentage (.394) and fifth in three-point field goals per game (2.25) ... connected on 76 percent of her free throws ... averaged 13.9 points per game over the final seven games of the season ... had two 20-plus point performances, pouring in 25 points in a 85-74 victory over Dayton on Jan. 23 and scoring 23 points at Richmond on Feb. 17 ... her 11 points in a 63-61 win over Kent State (Dec. 16) included the game-winning bucket with one second left in regulation ... scored 13 points in win over Temple (Jan. 20) ... scored a team-high 16 points in win at Fordham (Jan. 18) ... had 13 points, five assists and two steals in win over Xavier (Jan. 25) ... went 4-7 (.571) from three-point range and finished with 15 points in a Jan. 6 victory at La Salle ... scored 19 points and pulled down a career-high seven rebounds in a narrow loss to George Washington (Feb. 1) ... handed out a season-high seven assists versus St. Francis (Nov. 19).

High School
Carried her Odessa-Montour team to the New York Class D state championship as a senior ... was named New York State Class D Player of the Year and First Team All-State ... scored 81 points in two games at the 2001 New York State Championship, the third highest total in state history ... her 47 points in the state semifinals was the third-best single game performance ... averaged 30.0 points, 6.0 assists and 7.0 steals as Odessa-Montour finished with a 24-4 record ... buried 82 three-pointers as a senior ... tallied a Section IV record 2,204 points for her career ... as a junior, she posted averages of 19.5 points, 6.6 assists and 7.0 steals per game and earned All-State second team honors ... played for the Crystal City Stars AAU team ... also ran cross country and track.

Born on December 30, 1982 ... daughter of Steve and Janet Collins ... 2003-04, 2002-03 and 2001-02 Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (3.0 or higher GPA) ... her sister Samantha, 24, ran cross country and track at SUNY Geneseo ... was her high school's class president for two years ... before moving to New York, she lived in England, Italy, California and Maryland ... was born in England ... hobbies include running and traveling ... career aspirations include becoming a basketball coach and playing professionally overseas ... physical education major.