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Heidi Sumser Bio

Heidi Sumser
Gettysburg, PA/Gettysburg

Hopkins: Will handle the third guard spot this year, and is expected to be a scoring threat...very versatile player, who can play three positions on the floor...physically strong player...moves well without the ball and can create her own shot...posseses quick first step to the basket hard-worker with a positive attitudegood scorer on the fast break. 1999-00: Played in all 27 games, starting 24...finished fourth on the team in scoring (7.1), third in rebounds (5.0), tied for second in assists (49), and first in free throw percentage (79.1)...led the Blue Jays in scoring three times and recorded seven double-digit scoring games...scored 12 points in the Centennial Conference Championship against Muhlenberg...grabbed five or more rebounds in 15 games...played the second most minutes on the team (720). 1998-99: Played in 27 of 28 games... averaged 3.4 points and 3.2 rebounds per game...also dished out 27 assists and made 11 steals in inaugural season... scored a career-high 19 points and added a personal-best nine rebounds in the second game of career to help Johns Hopkins to a 94-72 victory over Salisbury State in the championship game of the Blue Jay Classic...matched careeer high of nine rebounds and added 10 points in a win over Dickinson late in the season. Personal: Two time Mid-Pennsylvania III First Team All-Starpaced Gettysburg HS to Mid-Pennsylvania III championship in sophomore and junior yearsmember of volleyball team in high schoolhobbies include photography and international relations major.