Ali Schwagmeyer #33
Position: F Ht.: 5-10
Hometown: Camp Point, Ill.
Previous School: Central HS
Eligibility: So. Major:
2008-09: Recorded five double-doubles in her first season as a Buccaneer, including one in her first collegiate game against Limestone College (11/14/08) when she scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds...started in 26 games and played in all 30...recorded back to back double-doubles against Coastal Carolina (2/14/09) and Radford (2/21/09)...recorded double-digit scoring in first five of seven games, along with two double-doubles...recorded eight games with double-digit rebounds...ranked first on team and sixth in the Big South in rebounds with 203...scored a season high 20 points against Radford (1/26/09)...named Big South Freshman of the Week four times...named to the All-Conference Freshman Team.
High School: Left Central High School as the all-time career point leader with 1,950...also left with school records in rebounds (974), steals (500) and made three-pointers (79)...finished her career as the all-time single season scoring leader with 574...averaged 18.5 points and 9.0 rebounds per game...named IBCA First Team All-State in 2007 and ’08, and IBCA Second Team All-State in ’06...named to the 2007 and ’08 Bloomington Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team...named First-Team All-Conference all four years...named Associated Press First-Team All-State...Camp Point Journal named Schwagmeyer Sports Page Player of the Year...2008 Macomb Journal Player of the Year...also played volleyball in high school and was named Quincy Heard Whig Player of the Year senior year...ran track and placed eighth in the state in the 800 meters as a freshman.
Personal: Born June 31, 1990...born in Quincy, Ill....daughter of Mike and Sherry Schwagmeyer...major is physical education...sisters Kim and Angie and brother-in-law Luke played college sports at Hannibal LaGrange College.
Charleston Southern sophomore Bobby Ison has been named this week’s CSU Student-Athlete of the Week following his performance for the Buccaneers against Radford, Savannah State and USC Upstate this past weekend.