12 - Courtney Von Stein
Courtney Von Stein
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Trafalgar, IN
High School: Indian Creek
Position: G
Parents: Alan & Rebecca Von Stein

Career
Concluded her four-year stint with the program by playing in 83 games and drawing 44 starting nods ... Recorded 11 games of double-figure scoring ... Ranked fifth on Emory's all-time ladder with a 32.7 percent mark from three-point range ... Finished 11th all-time at Emory with 56 three-point field goals.

Senior (2010-11)
Lone Emory player to have started all 25 games ... Averaged a team-leading 25.0 minutes per outing and tossed in 6.4 points per contest ... Her 23 three-point field goals tied for the No. 2 spot on the team and she connected on 37.7 percent from beyond the arc (23-of-61), the second-highest showing on the club ... Scored in double digits on six occasions ... Knocked down four-of-six from the floor, including four-of-five from distance and registered a season-high 13 points, second high on the team, along with three assists in a 77-27 victory over Spelman (Dec. 7) ... Second-highest scoring output of the campaign was a 12-point performance, second high among Eagles, that saw her sink five-of-nine from the field, along with a pair of triples, at Rochester (Jan. 8) ... Helped Emory to a 72-55 triumph at home vs. Brandeis (Feb. 4), successfully converting four-of-five of her field goal attempts, including a team-high tying three-of-four from three-point range, en route to finishing with 11 points ... Fourth on the squad with a career-high 34 steals (1.4 spg) and enjoyed nine outings of two or more thefts ...In her final game in an Emory uniform, she tied her career high with five assists and chalked up a pair of steals vs. Rochester (Feb. 26).

Junior (2009-10)
Started 19 of the 22 games she saw action in ... Averaged 22.8 minutes, 5.2 points and 1.7 assists per outing ... Scored in double figures in three contests ... Was the team's  top scorer on three occasions including a career-high 18-point outing (12 in the second half) vs. Brandeis (Jan. 24) that saw her sink five-of-seven from the field including five-of-six from three-point range ... Her five treys in the game against Brandeis was the high-water mark by an Emory player during the year ... Was successful on six-of-eight of her field goal opportunities en route to a team-high 12 points vs. Case Western (Jan. 10), and she tied her career best with five rebounds ... Big game vs. Piedmont (Jan. 14) as she helped the team to a 67-61 victory by totaling a team-high 12 points on the strength of five-of-eight field goal shooting (two-of-three from three-point range) while also dish out a career-high five assists ... Enjoyed a five-game stretch (Jan. 10 - Jan. 24) where she shot 63.3 percent from the floor (19-of-30) ... Missed three games due to injury.

Sophomore (2008-09)
Saw action as a reserve in all 25 games ... Averaged 18.3 minutes, 4.4 points and 1.5 assists per outing ... Fourth on the team with 17 three-point field goals ... Averaged 19.1 minutes per stint in conference affairs and ranked third on the squad with 10 treys ... Tied for the team lead with four steals, while also adding eight points, vs. Agnes Scott (Jan. 5) ... Totaled a career-best three three pointers and finished with a personal high of 12 points in 27 minutes of play against Carnegie Mellon (Feb. 8) ... Other double-figure scoring effort was a 10-point effort vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (Nov. 21) where she converted all five of her field goal attempts ... Found her way into the scoring column in 22 games.

Freshman (2007-08)
Played as a reserve in 11 games ... Longest playing stint of the year was a 10-minute outing at Huntingdon College (Dec. 1) where she totaled two assists and one steal ... Season-high four points in the season opener against Spelman College (Nov. 16).

High School

Four-year letterwinner in basketball at Indian Creek High School where she played for Andi Ferris ... Served as her team's captain during the 2005-06 and 2006-07 campaigns ... Captured first-team area and conference honors as a senior ... Three-time all-metro and all-county selection ... Averaged 8.0 points, 5.6 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game her final season of competition ... Helped her squad claim a conference crown in 2004 ... Outstanding perfomer in both cross country and track and field ... Was a member of the 2006 Mid-Hoosier Conference championship team in cross country ... In track, she finished her prep career as the school's record holder in the 800 meters, 1600 meters, 3200 meters and 4x800 relay events ... Academic All-State honoree in track her senior year.

Personal: Born April 8, 1989 ... Daughter of Alan and Rebecca Von Stein ... A Chemistry major ... Was a nominee for the Wendy's High School Heisman Award ... Member of the Indiana High School Athletic Association Role Model Program ... Saluatorian of her senior class.


Career Stats

Year GP-GS FG-FGA PCT 3pt
FG-FGA
PCT FT-FTA PTS AVG REB AVG
2010-11 25-25 58-135 .430 23-61 .377 22-34 161 6.4 50 2.0
2009-10 22-19 43-111 .387 16-51 .314 12-17 114 5.2 41 1.9
2008-09 25-0 40-110 .364 17-58 .293 13-24 110 4.4 35 1.4
2007-08 11-0 1-10 .100  0 - 1 .000  4- 4  6 0.5  5 0.5
TOTAL 83-44 142-366 .366 56-171 .327 51-79 391  4.7 131  1.6



Career Highs

Points 18  at Brandeis, Jan. 24, 2010
Rebounds on two occasions
Field Goals Case Western Reserve, Jan. 10, 2010
3 pt. FGs at Brandeis University, Jan. 24, 2010
Assists University of Rochester, Feb. 26, 2011
  5 Piedmont College, Jan. 14, 2010
Steals Sewanee, Nov. 30, 2010
Minutes 34  at Case Western , Feb. 18, 2011

 Quote:
"Emory has a great academic atmosphere and is located in an incredible city with the resources to help me follow my dreams."