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CCC Tabs Callie Stevens as Female Athlete of the Year

Alisha Alexander | Assistant Athletic Director-Sports Information

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Callie Stevens added to her resume on Friday when the Cascade Collegiate Conference announced the women’s basketball standout as the 2023-24 CCC Female Athlete of the Year. The award represents all women’s sports in the Cascade Conference and is voted on by CCC Athletic Directors.


Stevens is the first LC State student-athlete to earn the distinction of CCC Male or Female Athlete of the Year. Earlier this spring she became the first Warrior Women’s Basketball player to be voted a CSC Academic All-American.

“Excited for Callie to take home one final award,” Head Coach Caelyn Orlandi said. “She has done a wonderful job representing the Cascade Conference on the basketball court and through her numerous hours spent with ASA (Association of Student-Athletes). I continue to be proud of all her achievements.”

The senior from Puyallup, Wash., capped her career as the first three-time Cascade Conference Player of the Year and the first LC State athlete to earn the award three times in any sport. One of three Warriors to start all 32 games this season, Stevens led LC State in minutes per game (29.3), field goals made (193), 3-pointers made (90), free throws made (77), points scored (553) and points per game (17.3). She dealt 102 assists and had 55 steals. The guard shot .454 from the floor, .354 from 3-point range and .770 from the free throw line.

The guard scored 553 points in the 2023-24 season which is tied for 10th-most by a Warrior in a single season and her made 90 3-pointers ranks fifth. At the end of her career, Stevens ranks fourth in 3-pointers made (253), sixth all-time in scoring (1,611), sixth in points per game (16.0) and eighth in field goals made (561). She was voted the Cascade Conference Player of the Week four times this season and 11 times throughout her career.

Stevens was also an active member of the CCC Association of Student-Athletes as well as the vice president of LC State’s ASA group. She graduated in May with a degree in Business Informatics.

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