Hillary Hellmann Wins National Statistical Title

Hillary Hellmann Wins National Statistical Title

Case Western Reserve University sophomore guard/forward Hillary Hellmann became the first player in program history to win an NCAA Statistical Title, finishing the year first among all NCAA Division III women's basketball players with a 47.4 three-point shooting percentage.

Hellmann, an All-University Athletic Association Second Team Selection, shot 73-of-154 from beyond the three point line during the season, setting school records for three-point percentage and three pointers made, while also leading the UAA with 2.92 three-pointers made per game (16th in Division III).  She ended the season averaging 17.5 points per game, and her 119 made three pointers over the first two years of her career are already the 11th-most ever by a CWRU player.

Hellmann made at least one three point shot in 21 of the team's 25 games, converting a career-high six attempts from long range on three occasions, including during a 31-point effort against John Carroll on November 27th, and a 35-point game against Carnegie Mellon on January 7th.

Case Western Reserve finished the 2016-17 season with a 13-12 overall record.

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