Kansas City, Mo. – Callie Stevens added to her long list of accolades on Tuesday when the NAIA named her a Second-Team All-American, bettering her third-team nod from last season. The junior became the second Warrior to earn two conference Player of the Year honors and now has a second All-American honor to her name.
“For every accolade she has received, you can be certain that Callie has paid the price,” Head Coach Brian Orr said. “In my 25 years coaching at the college level, I have never had anyone put more extra time in the gym than Callie. It’s easy to say Callie has earned every honor.”
Stevens led the Warriors in field goals made (167), free throws made (73), total points (477), points per game (14.0) and assists (117) this season and was one of three players to start all 34 games. The junior finished the year second on the team in 3-pointers made with 70. Stevens had a career-year with 102 rebounds and 57 steals.
The guard scored a career-high 32 points against Northwest and tallied at least 20 points in a game nine times. In her second season on the court, after missing her freshman year due to injury, Stevens scored her 1,000th point in the final game of the regular season. She was voted the Cascade Conference Player of the Year and First-Team All-Cascade Conference for the second straight year and was named the CCC Player of the Week three times.