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2004-05 (JUNIOR [TCU]): Played in 14 games for an average of 5.7 minutes a as reserve shooting guard...Averaged 1.6 points and 0.6 rebounds...Hit six field goals on the season, all of which were three-pointers...Shot 24 percent (6-of-25) from downtown...Connected on all four of her free throw attempts in 2004-05...Made her first appearance with the Lady Frogs on Nov. 21 against Miami (Fla.) in the championship game of the Miami Jam Tournament in Coral Gables, Fla...Made a couple free throws and had a rebound...Made 2-of-4 on three-pointers for a career-high six points and also assisted on another bucket...Canned a three on the Grambling State Lady Tigers on Dec. 29...Tallied five points in nine minutes versus UAB on Jan. 16...Hit a three and made 2-of-2 at the free-throw line...Connected on two attempts from downtown for six points Feb. 7 in a win over Saint Louis...Grabbed a career-high two rebounds Feb. 20 when the Lady Frogs hosted East Carolina...Tied that figure two days later when North Dakota State traveled to TCU.
2003-04 (SOPHOMORE [SEWARD COUNTY]): Knocked down a school record 128 threes during the year...Helped Seward to a 32-5 record...Became a first-team member of the All-Jayhawk West Conference Team...Also a Region VI First Team honoree...Named to the Kodak/Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-America Team...Was an honorable mention All-American according to the National Junior College Athletic Association...Garnered a spot on the Region VI and NJCAA All-Tournament Teams...Led the squad in scoring with 13.9 points per game...Made 128-of-333 threes (.384)...Finished second on the team in assists with 106...Netted 514 points on the year...Averaged over three rebounds per game...Scored 35 points in a game against Doane College early in the season...Nailed eight treys in a contest with Colby en route to 26 points...Had at least five threes in eight of Seward's 37 games.
2002-03 (FRESHMAN [TEXAS]): Played for the 2003 Big 12 champion and NCAA Final Four participant Texas Longhorns as a freshman...Appeared in 11 games for the Horns...Averaged four minutes and scored 15 points for the season...All five of her field goal makes came from behind the arc...Went 5-for-10 from downtown...Had a couple rebounds on the season as well...Left UT for personal reasons.
HIGH SCHOOL: Snatched honorable mention All-America praise from McDonald's and the Amateur Athletic Union...Was the consensus Texas Class 1A Player of the Year by the Texas Sports Writers Association and the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches in 2001-02...Led Nazareth to three straight state championships in 2000, 2001 and 2002...A two-time BCI AAU All-American...Led her 2000 and 2001 AAU squads to national championships and was named the team's MVP each time...Scored 23.2 points per game and added 6.6 boards, 6.6 assists and 4.2 steals per contest her senior season...Tabbed the state tournament MVP as a junior and senior...Was the TSWA Player of the Year after leading the nation in three-point field goal percentage...Tallied 21 points and eight rebounds per game her junior season...Was a first-team member of the all-state, all-region and all-district squads as a junior and senior...Was the district MVP in her final three years at Nazareth...A National Honor Society member and an Academic All-America Christian Athlete Second Team honoree...Picked up three varsity letters in cross country and two in track and field as well.
PERSONAL: Is a sociology major at TCU...Parents are Chuck and Ramona Thiel...Her father is a pilot and mother is a teacher and coach...Her family has a strong background in athletics...Her mother played basketball for Stephen F. Austin back in the 1970s...Her uncle Kenneth Thiel played football for Texas Tech...Cousin T'Nae Thiel was a senior for the Stanford Cardinal women's basketball squad in 2004-05...Is one of six children...Has two sisters, Amy and Jackie, and three brothers, Adam, Ben and Kyle...Stephanie Ann Thiel was born Dec. 11, 1983.
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