Hopkins Finished the Year 24-5, Made Second Consecutive NCAA Appearance
Five Honored at Senior Awards Banquet
Fong Posted a Team-High 14 Points in Loss
Vassila Posts 10th Doublle-Double in Victory
JHU Earned an At-Large Bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Heads to Tufts to Play UNE in First Round
Blue Jays defeat Ursinus, 67-46, on senior day.
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team defeated Muhlenberg 67-43 inside Goldfarb Gym
Senior Chantel Mattiola set a new record for career three-pointers for the Blue Jays, fueling a 66-54 win.
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team opened the season with 67-62 win over York (PA).
2010-11: Named All-Centennial Second Team Started all 28 games averaged 9.1 points and 2.9 rebounds per game led the team in assists with 99 and steals with 51 third on the team in minutes, averaging 30.1 per game led the team in assists in 12 games and steals in 11 games had a team-high nine assists against Salisbury finished fourth on the team in free throw percentage (.838) finished third on the team in three-point percentage (.487) second on the team in three-point shots made (37).
2009-10: Saw action in 25 games, starting two averaged 2.8 points and 1.5 rebounds per game led team in assists with 2.2 per game third on team in steals with 1.1 per contest finished third on team in free throw percentage at .708 recorded nine points and six assists in season opener against Wheaton (MA) notched career-high seven assists against Swarthmore totaled nine points, three assists and a steal against Muhlenberg posted six points, five assists and career-best five steals against Bryn Mawr.
2008-09: Played in 25 games and averaged 3.2 points per game finished third on the team in free throw percentage (.750) and fifth in assists (29) tallied nine points against Washington on 4-of-5 shooting from the floor finished with eight points on 2-of-3 shooting from 3-point range at Franklin & Marshall scored a career-high 11 points against Franklin & Marshall in the Centennial semifinals and recorded six points and four assists in the conference championship game against Muhlenberg.
High School: Three-year starter and an all-league selection as a junior and senior helped team to North Coast Section Division III Regional semifinals as a junior and senior led the league in 3-pointers and free throw percentage won back-to-back championships in the San Francisco Pro-Am League (2007-08).
Personal: Stephanie Y. Fong daughter of Stewart and Lillian Fong born January 26, 1990 National Merit Scholar vice president of the National Honor Society member of the California Scholarship Federation AP Scholar Robert T. Nahas Scholar Bishop O'Dowd Scholar Athlete of the Year awarded Bank of America certificate in physical sciences tutor and mentor at the Harbor House, an inner-city community center volunteer with Score International Sports Missions in the Dominican Republic majoring in behavioral biology and sociology.