Senior Year (2011-12): Was named the 2012 Drake Female Howlett award winner (an award given annually to the top performing male and female
student-athletes for the year) ... Started all 34 games and averaged 34.2 minutes per game ... was named to the honorable mention AP all-america team ... voted the 2012 Jackie Stiles MVC Player of the Year ... named first team all-MVC ... named to the all-MVC defensive team ... led the Valley in scoring with 18.9 ppg, rebounding at 11.8 rpg and field goal percntage (51.6) ... 11.6 rebounding average is eighth best in program history ... blocked 42 shots, which is the tenth best single season total in school history ... scored her career-high of 32 points at Indiana State on Jan. 22 ... scored in double figures in 33 of 34 games this season (scored eight points at Creighton on Dec. 31 ... recorded 26 double-doubles this season, which led the nation ... had a streak of 15 consecutive double-doubles that began against SIU on Jan. 1 when she scored 25 points and grabbed 14 boards and didn't end until the first round of the MVC tournament against Evansville on March 8 when she finished with 15 points and nine boards ... moved into tenth place on the Drake all-time scoring list and finished with 1,661 career points ... seventh on the Drake all-time rebounding list with 953 boards including 401 this season, which is the fifth best single season total in school history ... played 3,382 minutes, which is sixth all-time in Drake history ... scored 65 points and grabbed 45 rebounds in four MVC tournaments and helped Drake advance to the championship game against Creighton ... named to the all-tournament team ... in four MVC tournament games she played 40, 40, 39 and 39 minutes in each ... played all 40 minutes in four games this season ... played on a USA all-star team that toured China in May of 2012 and played teams from Australia, New Zealand and China.
Junior Year (2010-11): Started in all 30 games ... second
on the team with 14.6 points per game ... led the team and ranked third in the MVC
with 8.1 rebounds per game ... scored a season-high 27 points three times (at
Wichita State, at Missouri State, Iowa) ... tallied eight double-doubles ... named Best
Defensive Player at the annual team banquet ... earned Northern Arizona
Thanksgiving Tournament all-tournament honors ... pulled down a career-high 18
rebounds at Southern Illinois ... averaged more than 25.8 points and 10.5
rebounds during Drake's final four games ... joined the 1,000 career point club at Drake.
Sophomore Year (2009-10): Played in all 30 games, started in 29 ... averaged 12.3 points and 5.4 rebounds, good for third and second on the team, respectively ... led the team in shooting percentage (48.3), blocks (19) and offensive rebounds (63 ) ... named team Most Improved Player ... scored 20 points and tallied a career-high five assists in Drake's, 78-75, victory over No. 24 Iowa State ... scored a career-best 28 points on 12-of-14 shooting in a home win over Missouri State ... set a season mark with 12 rebounds in a double-double effort at Wichita State ... Air Force Classic all-tournament team honoree.
Freshman Year (2008-09): Emerged as one of the top young post players in Missouri Valley Conference ... appeared in all 31 games, leading team in field goal percentage (.481) ... earned all-MVC Freshman Team honors ... named Drake's most improved player ... ranked ninth in MVC in blocked shots (0.9) ... averaged 6.8 points and 4.7 rebounds ... reached double figures in scoring in nine games including team and season high 14 points at Creighton, while making all four shots from floor ... had first double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds at Bradley ... led team with 13 points at Iowa...led team in rebounding in four games ... had 13 points and team-high eight boards at Wichita State ... had three blocked shots at Indiana State and in home game vs. Missouri State.
Prep: Earned first team all-conference laurels in each of her final three seasons at Wisconsin Lutheran High School ... tabbed the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference player of the year as a senior averaging 14.5 points and 7.5 rebounds en route to pacing the Vikings to an 18-5 mark and a regional crown ... named a WBCA first team all-state honoree in 2008, while also being chosen a McDonald's All-America nominee and an Associated Press honorable mention all-state selection ... shot 69.8 percent from the floor as a senior to set a school record ... a four-year letterwinner ... participated in Wisconsin All-Star game.
Personal: Born Nov. 18, 1989 in Hartland, Wisconsin ... daughter of Thomas and Teri Hackbarth ... has one sister, Aimee and two brothers, Aaron and Ryan ... majoring in Health Sciences ... named to the 2011-12 MVC Academic Honor Roll.
Career - 32 at Indiana State (1-22-12)
Career - 18 vs. Creighton (3-3-12) 
Career - 6 vs. Evansville (3-8-12)
Blocks - 4 at Indiana State (1-22-12)
Career - 4 at Indiana State (1-22-12) 
Career - 6 at Southern Illinois (2-9-12)