Six-two Carlee Schuhmacher, a member of N.C. State's women's basketball 2014 class, has again been named a Division II, National Junior College Athletic Association first team All-American.
The National Junior College Athletic Association has named Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) sophomore Carlee Schuhmacher a first-team All-American for the second consecutive season.
Schuhmacher, who is from Watertown, Wis., led NJCAA Division II in blocked shots, ranked second in scoring and was seventh in rebounding. She blocked 143 shots this past season, averaging 4.5 blocked shots a game. Schuhmacher scored 758 points and grabbed 442 rebounds, averaging 23.7 points and 13.8 rebounds a game. She set a school record for blocked shots in a game with 12.
Schuhmacher led DMACC to a 19-13 record and a 10-6 mark in the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC). The Bears reached the NJCAA Region XI semifinals where their season ended with an overtime loss to North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC), then the No. 1-ranked team in NJCAA Division II.
Schuhmacher has signed a national letter of intent to attend North Carolina State next fall. She plans to play women’s basketball for the Wolfpack.
An "Oh My Goodness" moment for the Wolfpacker. In an article about Markeisha Gatling being drafted in the first round of the WNBA draft, the Wolfpacker stated that it has been 14 years since a women's basketball player from State has been drafted in the first round. The magazine listed Sharon Manning as a first round WNBA draftee in the 1997 draft. I remember Sharon Manning. She was an outstanding player. However, she played with Ronda Mapp and Andrea Stinson in 1991-her last year at State. Could they per chance mean Summer Erb who was drafted in 2000 in the first round of the WNBA draft?