Bloomsburg University Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Members
Barb (Hall) Fallon '91-Inducted 2004
As a four year starter of the women's basketball team, Fallon finished her career as the school's second all-time leading scorer in women's basketball history with 1,357 points. (now fifth on all-time list). She is the school's all-time leading rebounder in women's basketball with 1,032, is fifth on the all-time blocked shot list with 91 and sixth in career steals with 221. She helped the Huskies to a 28-2 record in 1989-90 and a spot in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II championships. She also received the Eleanor Wray Award/Outstanding Senior Female Athlete following the 1990-91 season. She was also MVP of NCAA Eastern Regional as a sophomore, was a three-time All-PSAC and All-ECAC selection and was the team's MVP in 1989-90. She was also a two-time honorable mention selection to the Kodak All-American team. Hall also helped the Huskies to three consecutive NCAA playoff appearances and four PSAC playoff appearances.
Jen German '97-Inducted 2009
German was a standout for the women's basketball team. The number two all-time leading scorer in the history of Bloomsburg University women's basketball, German finished her career with 1,853 points. She is also number three all-time in steals with 261, number two in 3-pointers made (graduated as the all-time leader) with 158 and number three in career assists with 387 (left as number two).
She was named first team All-PSAC East as a freshman in 1993-94 and the PSAC East and ECAC Rookie of the Year that season after averaging 16.9 points and 3.9 rebounds per game and scoring a school freshman record 457 points.
In 1994-95 she was named first team All-PSAC East after averaging 19.2 points and 4.1 rebounds per game. As a junior she was named second team All-PSAC East after scoring 15.1 points per game and averaging 4.2 assists per game. German was also selected to the CoSIDA All-Region All-Academic team.
As a senior in 1996-97 she was named both the PSAC East Player of the Year and first team All-PSAC East and All-ECAC South after averaging 18.1 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game. She led the team in scoring in 17 of the 28 games that year and scored a season-high 31 points in the PSAC semi-finals against California. For her work in the classroom German was a repeat selection to the CoSIDA All-Region All-Academic team. She capped her senior year by being named the winner of the Eleanor Wray Award as the Outstanding Senior Female Athlete at Bloomsburg University for 1996-97.
After receiving her undergraduate degree at Bloomsburg, she continued her education at Millersville University where she received a Master's of Education in School Counseling in 1999. Since January of 2000 German has been employed by the Octorara Area School District as a high school counselor. She coached several years as Octorara's middle school girls' basketball coach and high school track and field coach for the javelin and long jump. She resides in Lancaster.
Donna Koons '79-Inducted 1991
A three-sport star for the Huskies, Koons was a four-year starter in field hockey and played on the basketball and softball teams. She was named All-Conference and All-Sectional in field hockey. Koons served as assistant coach on the Huskies' first national championship field hockey team.
Theresa Lorenzi '89-Inducted 2001
Lorenzi was a four-year starter for the women's basketball team. She finished as the all-time leader in scoring with 2,173 career points and was also a four-time All-PSAC and All-ECAC selection. She led the nation in scoring as a sophomore with an average of 25.9 points per game and helped the Huskies to four PSAC Eastern Division championships (two shared titles) and a berth in the school's first-ever appearance in the NCAA championships. She finished 8th all-time in rebounding with 675, 8th in blocked shots with 48 and 7th in steals with 210. Lorenzi still holds several individual records including: most points in a game, most points in a season, points per game average in both season and career, field goal percentage in both a season and career and field goals made in a single game, single season and career.
Kathy Maguire-Stoudt '92-Inducted 2007
Maguire-Stoudt was a three-year starter for the Huskies women's basketball team, Maguire-Stoudt finished her career as the school's fourth leading scorer with 1,213 points (now seventh) and all-time leader in free throws attempted (514) and made (361). She also graduated (and still remains) number two in steal with 284 and is 10th in assists with 225. Maguire-Stoudt was named first team All-PSAC East as a junior and helped her team to three PSAC East titles, the only PSAC championship in school history (1992), four NCAA Division II playoff appearances and one NCAA regional title. Overall, while a member of the Huskies, Maguire was part of teams that posted a mark of 98-19.
Jean Millen Daughtry '86-Inducted 1998
Millen Daughtry was a two-time softball All-American and holds Bloomsburg records for base on balls in both a season and game, most career putouts and is tied for the highest all-time fielding percentage. As a member of the women's basketball team, Millen Daughtry finished her career with 1,113 points, seventh all-time at Bloomsburg. She is also second on the all-time list with 942 rebounds and still holds Bloomsburg records for rebounds in a game with 24 and in a season with 390. Her rebounding averages of 15.6 for the season and 14.2 for her career are also Bloomsburg records.
Carla Shearer (Christian) '88-Inducted 2003
Shearer was a two-sport standout for the Huskies playing both basketball and field hockey. On the hardwoods she finished her career 13th on Bloomsburg University's all-time scoring list with a total of 889 career points and was fifth all-time in assists with a career total of 334 and ninth all-time in steals with a career total of 184.
As a field hockey player, Shearer was a two-time All-American (1985-86) and helped the Huskies to two NCAA championships and two second place finishes. Her best season was 1986 when she netted 15 goals and added 15 assists. She finished her career with 27 goals and 29 assists. Her 29 assists were a school-record at the time (since surpassed).
Michelle Simons '92-Inducted 2005
Simons was a standout on the basketball court for the Huskies finishing her career as the second all-time leading scorer (now third) with 1,661 points. A four-year all-conference player, she was named the PSAC Rookie of the Year in 1988-89 and finished her outstanding career with the PSAC Player of the Year award her senior season. Simons was also named the ECAC Division II Player of the Year, and earned Kodak Women's All-America honors that same year. She continued her playing career in the Women's National Basketball League from 1999-2001 and was also a member of the Women's American Basketball Association. She ranks as the Huskies' career leader in steals with 352; is sixth in career assists with 296 and seventh in career blocks with 78. She also helped the Huskies to four NCAA and PSAC playoff appearances and one PSAC championship and a four-year record of 98-19. Simons was also an assistant coach at East Stroudsburg for eight years and at Bucknell for several years.