Lewis All-Decades (2000s) Women's Basketball Announced

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Lewis Athletics Introduces All-Decades (2000s) Women's Basketball Team

Published: January 9, 2018.

Left to right: Tracy Buchholz, Bryanne Callahan, Kelly Dianis,
Erin Cox, Kady Currin, Shante Glenn, Brittney Diener,
Kelly Monaco, Mary Moskal, Jenny Turpel, Kari Wong
The Lewis University Athletics Department will introduce the All-Decades (2000s) Women's Basketball Team on Saturday (Jan. 20) at halftime of the Flyers' showdown against William Jewell (1 PM).

The team includes Tracy Buchholz, Bryanne Callahan, Erin Cox, Kady Currin, Kelly Dianis, Brittney Diener, Shante Glenn, Kelly Monaco, Mary Moskal, Jenny Turpel and Kari Wong.

"The Lewis women's basketball team has had a rich tradition," Lewis Director of Athletics Dr. John Planek said. "Bringing these women back to campus recognizes their contributions to the program."

This is the fifth consecutive year that Lewis has celebrated an All-Decades Team, as they have featured the Flyer standouts from the 1950s and 60s (2014), 1970s (2015), 1980s (2016) and 1990s (2017).

Tracy Buchholz (2000-04) Buchholz sits sixth in school history for career three-pointers made with 164 and is fifth in school history with a .810 free throw percentage. She averaged 8.1 points per game over her career.

Bryanne Callahan (2000-04) A Honorable Mention All-Great Lakes Valley Conference performer as a junior, Callahan sits 23rd in school history with 1,015 career points scored, is seventh in free-throw percentage (.793) and is 12th in rebounds with 587.

Erin Cox (2003-07) Cox is tied for eighth all time in blocks with 87 for her career. She started 30 games as a senior for the Midwest Region's top-seeded team. She averaged 6.1 points and 3.1 rebounds in her career.

Kady Currin (2007-11) Currin sits in the top 11 all-time in multiple shooting categories. She has the fourth best career free throw percentage (.815), seventh best three-point percentage (.387) and 11th most three-pointers (110) in program history. She is also ninth in assists with 408.

Kelly Dianis (2005-10) Dianis ranks 20th on the all-time scoring list with 1,085 career points and is the third most prolific three-point shooter with 212 makes. She averaged nine points per game for her career, while dishing out 183 assists and contributed defensively with 128 steals.

Brittney Diener (2003-07) A Honorable Mention All-GLVC selection in 2007, Diener was the point guard for the GLVC champs. She is second all-time in assists with 500 and has the fourth highest assist per game total at 4.2. Diener is tied for ninth all-time with 151 offensive rebounds.

Shante Glenn (2002-06) The two-time All-GLVC selection as a sophomore and senior was also Honorable Mention All-GLVC as a junior. She is 12th all-time in scoring with 1,263 points and is fourth all-time with 245 steals. Glenn averaged 11.2 points and 3.9 rebounds for her career, in addition to recording 369 career assists.

Kelly Monaco (2006-11) Monaco has the fourth most three-points made in school history with 196. She averaged 7.4 points for her career, with a .788 free-throw percentage.

Mary Moskal (2003-07) The GLVC Player of the Year in 2006 was a First Team selection in 2006 and 2007, while earning Second Team All-GLVC as a sophomore in 2005. She was a WBCA Honorable Mention All-American in 2007, a CoSIDA Academic All-District member in 2005, '06 and '07 and was a three-time All-Region selection from 2005-07. She is seventh all-time in scoring with 1,761 points and has made the most free throws in program history with 609. Moskal is third all-time in field goal percentage (.536) and ninth in rebounds (708).

Jenny Turpel (2007-11) Twice was an All-Region selection in 2009 and 2010 and was named to the All-GLVC First Team in 2010. She was twice named to the All-GLVC Second Team (2009, 2011) and is sixth all-time with 1,819 career points. Her 805 career rebounds ranks her fifth, while she is third in field goals made (745) and blocked shots (123), is eighth in field goal percentage (.491) and ninth in free throws made (299).

Kari Wong (1999-2003) Wong is 5th all-time in assists with 426 and 10th all-time in steals with 167. She contributed 347 career rebounds and averaged 7.4 points per game.

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