Stephany Skrba 13
Stephany Skrba

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Toronto, Ontario

High School:
Langstaff Secondary School

Height:
6-2

Position:
F


At Michigan... Big Ten Conference Athlete of the Week (11/14/06) ... Michigan's Rebound Award (2007) ... Michigan's Free Throw Award (2007) ... Big Ten Conference Athlete of the Week (12/16/08) ... Southern Miss Lady Eagle Classic All-Tournament Team (2009).

Senior (2008-09)... Earned her fourth varsity letter ... Named Big Ten Conference Athlete of the Week (12/16) ... Named to Southern Miss Lady Eagle Class All-Tournament Team ... Saw action in 30 games with 23 starts ... Averaged 22.5 minutes per game ... Ranked fifth on the team with 6.7 points per game (200 total)... Set a new career-high with 20 points on two occasions: against Southern Mississippi ( Nov. 29) and Notre Dame (Dec. 10), her two 20-point games are a season-best for the Wolverines ... Posted a career-best five steals on two occasions ... Posted a season-best nine rebounds in three games ... Posted five games in double figures, including in back-to-back games in two instances ... Played a season-high 31 minutes in four games this season ... Led the team in blocked shots with 1.14 per game (33 total) ... Finished the year ranked 10th in the Big Ten Conference in blocked shots ... Posted a career-best 10 field goals against Notre Dame (Dec. 10) ... Her .909 field goal percentage (10-of-11) against Notre Dame was the fourth best field goal percentage in a single-game at U-M ... Tied her career-high with five steals against Minnesota (Jan. 18) ... Played a season-best 31 minutes against Wisconsin (Feb. 1).

Junior (2007-08)... Earned third varsity letter ... played in 32 games ... averaged 17.2 minutes per game ... averaged 6.3 points (201 total) and 4.0 rebounds (128 total) ... ranked second on the team in blocks at 0.72 bpg (23 total) ... finished the year ranked tied for 13th in the Big Ten Conference in blocks ... led or shared the team lead in blocks 11 times and rebounding six times ... shot a team-best 54 percent (76-of-142) from the field and 75 percent (48-of-64) from the free throw line ... led or shared the team lead in scoring four times ... scored in double figures eight times ... scored a season-high 16 points at Michigan State (Jan. 31) ... grabbed a season-best 10 rebounds and posted a career-high four blocks against Akron (Nov. 10) ... posted her second career double-double against Kentucky (Dec. 8), finishing with 10 points and matching a season best with 10 rebounds ... one of two Michigan players to post a double-double in 2007-08 ... dished out a season-high two assists six times ... collected a season-best three steals in two games: against Kentucky and against Iowa in second round of Big Ten Conference Tournament (March 7) ... knocked down her first career three-pointer (1-of-2) at Cincinnati (Nov. 13) ... made a season-high five free throws (5-of-9) against Minnesota (March 2) ... played a season-best 29 minutes against Iowa State at Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament (Nov. 23).

Sophomore (2006-07)... Earned second varsity letter ... received Michigan's Rebound Award and Free Throw Award ... played in 27 games and made 14 starts ... averaged 17.2 minutes per game ... averaged 4.3 points (115 total) ... led the team in rebounding at 4.4 rpg (120 total) ... ranked second on the team in blocks at 0.81 bpg (22 total) ... finished the year ranked 14th in the Big Ten Conference in blocks ... led or shared the team lead in blocks 13 times and rebounding 10 times ... shot a team-best 78 percent (35-of-45) from the free throw line ... scored in double figures twice ... scored a season-high 12 points at UNLV (Nov. 18) ... grabbed a season-best 10 rebounds against Notre Dame (Dec. 1), which tied a season high for a Michigan player ... collected a career-best four steals and matched a career high with three blocks against Northwestern (Feb. 4) ... matched a career best with three assists three times ... made a season-high five free throws (5-of-6) at Toledo (Nov. 22) ... played a season-best 36 minutes against Purdue (Feb. 15).

Freshman (2005-06)... Earned first varsity letter ... named Big Ten Conference Athlete of the Week (Nov. 14) ... selected to Women's Sports Foundation all-tournament team (Nov. 11-12) ... played in all 29 games and made 21 starts ... averaged 22.6 minutes per game ... ranked first among Michigan freshmen in scoring at 7.0 ppg (203 total) and rebounding at 5.2 rpg (151 total) ... led the team in blocks at 0.90 bpg (26 total) and ranked second in steals at 1.07 spg (31 total) ... finished the year ranked eighth in the Big Ten in blocks ... ranked among the top Big Ten freshmen in rebounding (second), blocks (second), scoring (sixth) and steals (sixth) ... shot 43 percent (86-of-200) from the field, ranking first among Wolverine freshmen ... scored in double figures 10 times ... led the team in scoring five times and rebounding 11 times ... led or shared the team lead in blocks 12 times and steals 10 times ... scored a career-high 19 points, including a career-best 7-of-8 from the free throw line, against Saint Francis (Pa.) (Nov. 12) ... scored 17 points and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds in a career-best 39 minutes against Ohio State (Feb. 10), marking her first career double-double ... the 13 rebounds against the Buckeyes marked a season high for a U-M player ... one of two Michigan players to post a double-double in 2005-06 ... collected a career-best three assists in two games: against Saint Francis (Pa.) and at Penn State (Feb. 2) ... posted a career-high three blocks at Indiana (Jan. 22) ... dished out a career-best three assists at Minnesota (Feb. 5).

Prep... Attended Langstaff Secondary School (2005), coached by Heather Anderson ... three-year honor roll member ... three-year varsity letterwinner ... Key Statistics... averaged 30 points, 18 rebounds and eight blocks per game as a senior ... Honors and Rankings... Canada's Miss Basketball as a senior ... 2005 All Canada Basketball Weekend Rumble in the T.Dot All-Star Game participant ... team MVP as a junior and sophomore ... ranked No. 37 (No. 7 power forward) by adidas All-Star Girls Report... invited to adidas Top 10 All-American Camp as a junior and sophomore ... Ford/Raptors High School All-Star as a junior and senior ... Toronto Star High School All-Star as a senior ... Toronto Sun High School All-Star as a junior and senior ... Other Sports... three-year varsity letterwinner in track and field ... team MVP as a sophomore and freshman ... Ontario Provincial gold medalist in high jump as a freshman ... silver medalist in long jump as a freshman ... bronze medalist in shot put as a freshman, sophomore and junior.

National/International... Invited to tryout for Canada's Senior National Team in 2006 ... two-year member of Canada's Junior National Team (2004-05) ... competed in 2005 FIBA Under-19 World Championship in Tunisia, averaging 7.1 points, 6.6 rebounds and 1.4 blocks in seven games ... led Canada's Junior National Team to bronze medal at 2004 FIBA Americas Under-18 World Championship Qualification Tournament in Puerto Rico with team highs in scoring (12.0 ppg) and rebounding (12.2 rpg) in five games ... member of two-time national junior champion Team Ontario (2002-03).

Personal... Stephany Eliza Pierrette Skrba was born April 13, 1987 ... daughter of George Skrba and Joy Raymond ... father played basketball at York University (Toronto, Ontario) from 1986-89 ... selected to Big Ten Conference Foreign Tour in 2006 ... played with current Wolverine sophomore Krista Phillips on Canada's Junior National Team in 2005 ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... French and linguistics major.

SeasonG-GSMinAvgFG-FGAPct3FG-APctFT-FTAPctRebAvgAstTOBlkStlPtsAvg
2005-0629-2165422.686-200.4300-2.00031-49.6331515.2176326312037.0
2006-0727-1446517.240-113.3540-9.00035-45.7781204.4214622201154.3
2007-0832-054917.276-142.5351-6.16748-64.7501284.0205923212016.3
2008-0930-2364421.585-174.4890-5.00030-43.6981294.3134733322006.7
Career118-58231219.6287-629.4561-22.045144-201.7165284.5712151041047196.1


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