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Dana Schreibvogel begins her second season at the women’s basketball graduate assistant at Northwest Missouri State University. Schreibvogel assists in the day-to-day operations of the Bearcat basketball program.
A four-year letter winner at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo., Schreibvogel was one of the most decorated women’s basketball players in Skyhawk program history. In 2011, Schreibvogel was named to the All-Century Team at Fort Lewis College, a list that celebrated the 100 greatest student-athletes, coaches and administrators in the school’s 100 year history.
As a junior, Schreibvogel was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Player of the Year. She earned third team All-America honors from the Women’s Division II Bulletin and was a WBCA/State Farm All-America honorable mention as the Skyhawks advanced to the NCAA Tournament.
She was twice named to the Daktronics All-Central Region team and earned RMAC All-Academic honors three times. She also garnered RMAC Shootout All-Tournament team honors twice, being named the tournament’s most valuable player as a junior. She finished her career ranked third all time in Fort Lewis College history in free throws (325), fifth in field goals (480) and scoring (1,308) and ninth in rebounds (567).