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Steph Binder
Steph  Binder


Scarsdale, NY

High School:
Rye Country Day School




Seniors Celebrate Final Home Game With Win Over Shorewomen

Blue Jays Use 12-0 Win to Propel Them To Senior Day Win


Hopkins Runs Past Bryn Mawr

Jays Get Off to Fast Start Against Host Owls


Blue Jays Women's Basketball Season Preview

Jays Set For Season Opener on November 15


2013-14 Women's Basketball Preview

Jays Set for Season Opener on November 16


Hopkins Storms by Bryn Mawr, 86-29

Blue Jays Win Fourth Straight Game


Women's Basketball Defeats Muhlenberg

Johns Hopkins women's basketball team defeated Muhlenberg 67-43 inside Goldfarb Gym

2014-15: Played in 19 games in final season as a Blue Jay, starting one • notched season-high eight points in big win over Bryn Mawr (12/8) • Snared four rebounds in win over Washington College (2/12).

2013-14: Saw action in 10 games • had career-high three assists, in addition to two points and a rebound against Bryn Mawr (2/8).

2012-13: Appeared in six games • had career-high nine points on 3-of-5 shooting from beyond the arc, in addition to three rebounds against Bryn Mawr.

2011-12: Saw action in six games • averaged 4.3 minutes and 1.8 points • made collegiate debut in victory at Dickinson • tallied career-highs in points (6), rebounds (2) and steals (2) in victory at Bryn Mawr.

High School: Served as team captain her senior year • totaled over 800 career points • led the team in three-point shooting all four years • averaged 10 points and three assists per game as a senior • was second in school history in three-point shots made • twice selected to the New York and Connecticut All-Fairchester Athletic Association All-Conference team • was an All-Tournament selection at the RCDS Holiday Classic • two-time selection to the NYC Wheelchair Classic All-Star team • selected by Coaches Choice USA as "one of the premiere shooters on the east coast" • led the team to a 2010 New York State Private High School Championship • won a silver medal in the 2009 USA Maccabi Games.

Personal: Stephanie Dana Binder • born July 24, 1993 • daughter of Steven and Stacey Binder • father played basketball at Curry College • sister, Carolyn, plays basketball at Columbia University • two-time recipient of Founders Award for Community Service • volunteered at Miracle League in Westchester, the Lord's Pantry food kitchen and is the founder of the junior branch of Lucky Laces • financial/research analyst at Iroquois Capital Opportunity Fund • majoring in economics with a minor in entrepreneurship and management and financial economics.