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Stephanie Fong
Stephanie  Fong


Castro Valley, CA

High School:
Bishop O'Dowd





2011-12 Season Review Notebook

Hopkins Finished the Year 24-5, Made Second Consecutive NCAA Appearance


Hopkins Honors Senior Student-Athletes

Five Honored at Senior Awards Banquet


Blue Jays Fall to Tufts in Second Round of NCAA Tournament

Fong Posted a Team-High 14 Points in Loss


Blue Jays Hold Off Pesky Nor'easters

Vassila Posts 10th Doublle-Double in Victory


Women's Basketball Weekly Notes

JHU Earned an At-Large Bid to the 2012 NCAA Tournament, Heads to Tufts to Play UNE in First Round


Women's Basketball Senior Day

Blue Jays defeat Ursinus, 67-46, on senior day.


Women's Basketball Defeats Muhlenberg

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


Women's Basketball Defeats Washington College

Senior Chantel Mattiola set a new record for career three-pointers for the Blue Jays, fueling a 66-54 win.


Women's Basketball Season Opener

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.