23 - Stephanie Agger
Stephanie Agger
Height: 5-7
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Wildwood Crest, N.J.
High School: Lower Cape May Regional
Position: G
Major: Psychology

Senior • 2011-12 • Stats
Named to the 2011-12 ALL-CACC Third Team...Led the team with 70 steals (third best in CACC) and 117 assists (fourth best in CACC)...Was fourth on the team with 314 points...Was fourth on the team with 136 rebounds...Was fourth on team in field goal percentage (.375)...Finished fourth in the CACC in assists per game with 4.0 and minutes per game with 35.1...Finished fifth in the CACC with 117 free throws made...Scored a career-high 25 points in a 60-57 loss at Millersville on November 27...Had a career-high ten rebounds in a 71-69 OT loss to Goldey-Beacom...Scored her 1,000th career point in an 83-80 OT loss to Goldey-Beacom.

Junior • 2010-11
Led the team with 59 steals and 115 assists...Was third on the team with 334 points...Was third on the team in field goal percentage (.427).

2009-10:
Did not play, medical redshirt.

Sophomore • 2008-09
Named CACC Honorable Mention for week ending January 18th...Had a career-high 19 points/seven rebounds , including 13 free-throws vs. Dominican on February 14th... Career-high eight assists vs. Univ. Sciences on March 3rd, and six steals vs. Chestnut Hill on February 17th... Averaged 8.6ppg/2.9 rpg on the season...Led the team with 65 steals and was second-best with 90 assists on the year...Also had five blocks.

Freshman • 2007-08
First-year player made an immediate impact for Head Coach Tom Shirley, averaging 5.9 ppg and 3.0 rpg to go along with 76 assists...Also contributed 30 steals to rank third on the team...Appeared in 27 games including 15 starts as a true freshman...Earned Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Rookie of the Week honors on December 31st...Recorded a career-high 18 points in a 77-69 loss to Wilmington University in the first round of the 2008 CACC tournament on March 1st...Scored in double-figures in eight games...Set career-highs with eight rebounds and nine assists in a 65-51 victory over Kutztown University on December 29th.

Before Philadelphia
Four-year varsity basketball starter for Head Coach Roy Wright at Lower Cape May Regional...Earned first-team All-Cape Atlantic accolades as a senior after being selected to the second-team as a junior...Was also a first-team South Jersey Group 3 selection as a senior while garnering second-team honors as a junior...Scored 1,001 career points for the Caper Tigers...A team captain as a senior, was also selected to the Al Carino Girls All-Star team.

Personal
Born May 9, 1989, in Cape May Courthouse, N.J...Daughter of Martin and Suzanne Agger...Has an older brother, Marty, and a twin sister, Lindsey.

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