New York, NY- With the announcement of the 2016-2017 Skyline Conference All-Star Women's Basketball Team, Sage's junior forward Genevieve Schoff (Little Falls, NY/Little Falls) was honored with a selection to the First Team for the second straight year.
Schoff, the Gators' leading scorer owns a 13.9 ppg average and a 9.3 rpg average in 28 games started. Among the NCAA Division III leaders this season, she boasts 11 double-doubles this season, while leading the team with her 37 blocked shots and an impressive 75.0% free throw percentage. Schoff also scored her 1,000th career point this season and brings 1,025 career points into the NCAA tournament. She stands sixth all-time in scoring at Sage with 1,025 points, just one shy of tying Elizabeth Pearl (1,026 points, 1987-1991).
Tapped as the Skyline Conference Player of the Week once this season, she earned honor roll selections four times this year, while also elevating her resume to include 21 career double-doubles. She has also scored in double digits in 23 of the team's 28 games this season, while boasting 54 career double-digit performances in her 81 games played. She has also broken the Gator career free throw record with 306 made buckets, while adding 654 career rebounds, which is third all-time. She boasts 95 career blocked shots (No. 2), while her 152 career assists is 10th. With her 389 points this season, she ranks fourth in the program's single-season record book, while also ranking No. 2 in single-season rebounds (259), No. 2 in free throws made (105), free throws attempted (140), and fifth in blocks (37).
Schoff was named the Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year as a newcomer to the collegiate game and last season earned both Skyline Conference First Team honors as well as the award as the 2015-2016 Skyline Conference Women's Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year.