Anna Hebrink

#20 Anna Hebrink

POSITION G
HEIGHT 5'8"
YEAR Jr.
HOMETOWN Austin, Minn. (Riverland Community College)

Junior Season (2009-10): Hebrink finished her initial season at BSU ranking second on the team in minutes (725) and fourth in rebounds (103)...She started 23 of 27 games for the Beavers while averaging seven points per contest...Hebrink connected on the second most three-pointers of any BSU player (39)...Led team with career-high 17 points and was 4-for-4 from beyond the arc in win over St. Cloud State on Feb. 6...Had five double-figure scoring performances...Tallied double-figure rebounds in double overtime loss to MSU Moorhead, came one point shy of first career double-double.

Riverland Community College: Hebrink comes to Bemidji State after a successful two-year career at Riverland Community College were she led the Blue Devils to 55 wins, including a school record 23 wins during the 2008-09 season. In two season’s she averaged 16.0 ppg, 6.0 apg, 5.0 rpg, and 2.2 spg while shooting 46-percent from the field (313-675) and 40.6-percent from behind the arc (152-374). Finishing up her two year campaign with the Blue Devils, Hebrink holds the school record for three’s in a season (79), assists in a career (332) and three’s in a career (152). She garnered numerous awards while at RCC, highlighted by being named to the NJCAA All-American 3rd team at the conclusion of 2009 along with being named to the first and second All-State teams.

Austin High School: Was a three-time All-Conference performer and was a focal point of the Packers’ 2004 State Tournament team. She finished her career as the fourth leading scorer (1,111) at Austin High School and tied the school record for most three’s in a game, twice with six. Hebrink was also active on the tennis court as she was a four-time All-Conference performer.

Personal: The daughter of James and Susan Hebrink…Born Feb. 18, 1989 in Austin, Minn…Lists all sports, tennis and bike riding as interests… Both her father and mother played junior college basketball while her sister (Gretchen) is currently a member of the Riverland Community College basketball team…Her mother was also her coach at Riverland…Is a physical education major.

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