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1988 Worthington grad Stahl (Fiser) named to Silver Anniversity team

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Kristal (Stahl) Fiser
NEW CASTLE -- Eighteen women have been named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame's 2013 Silver Anniversary Team, based on outstanding accomplishments as a senior basketball player 25 years ago, including Kristal (Stahl) Fiser.

The 1988 Worthington High School graduate was an Indiana All-Star that season, the only one ever from Greene County.

The team includes 10 members of the 1988 Indiana All-Star squad, among them Indiana's Miss Basketball. Eight other all-state players are included to comprise the best of Indiana's high school class of 1988.

Brebeuf's Vicki Hall was the state's 1988 Indianapolis Star Miss Basketball, also taking Gatorade National Player of the Year and Naismith National Player of the Year honors that season.

Other 1988 Indiana All-Stars on this year's Silver Anniversary Team include Cara (Guillion) Alfele, Meredith (Sanders) Barone, Debbie Bolen, Beth (Davis) Fagan, Kristal (Stahl) Fiser, Donna (Gill) Fisher, Melissa (Nelson) Hartman-Compton, MaChelle Joseph and Tracy Roller.

The remaining eight, named to various all-state teams are: Cami Cass, Hope (Hershberger) Chambers, Sandy Herre, Terrilyn Johnson, Colleen (Jordan) Loberg, Michelle (Leedy) Timmons, Kristin (Pritchett) Messmore and Stephanie McQuinn.

All Women's Silver Anniversary Team members will be honored at the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame's 12th Annual Women's Banquet on Saturday, April 27, 2013.

The ceremony will take place at the Primo Banquet Hall, which is located on the south side of Indianapolis. Tickets will be made available in coming weeks. Call the Hall at (765) 529-1891 for more information.

2013 Women's Silver Anniversary team

Name, High School, College

Meredith (Sanders) Barone, West Lafayette, New Mexico State

Debbie Bolen, North Judson, Valparaiso

Beth (Davis) Fagan, Greenfield-Central, Wake Forest

Donna (Gill) Fisher, Fort Wayne Snider, Purdue

Vicki Hall, Brebeuf, Texas

Melissa (Nelson), Hartman-Compton, Rushville, Butler/Nebraska

MaChelle Joseph, DeKalb, Purdue

Kristal (Stahl) Fiser, Worthington, Washington State

Cara (Guillion) Alfele, Scottsburg, Louisiana Tech

Tracy Roller, Crown Point, Eastern Illinois

Cami Cass, Noblesville, Fordham

Hope (Hershberger) Chambers, Maconoquah, Franklin College

Sandy Herre , Benton Central, Univ. of Indianapolis

Terrilyn Johnson, Gary Wallace, Kansas

Colleen (Jordan) Loberg, Roncalli, Indiana

Stephanie McQuinn, Clinton Central, Ball State

Kristin (Pritchett) Messmore, Bedford North Lawrence, IUPUI

Michelle (Leedy) Timmons, Western Boone, Butler

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame Women's Silver Anniversary Team Biographies 1988/2013

Kristal (Stahl) Fiser, Worthington -- 1988 Indiana All-Star, the only All-Star in Worthington H.S. (now part of White River Valley), history. A four year letterwinner, she started every game of her career. As a freshman averaged 12.6 ponits and 9.0 rebounds, as a sophomore averaged 20.7 points and 12.2 rebounds, as a junior averaged 22.7 points, 14.2 rebounds and 4.4 assists and as a senior averaged 23.9 points 12.8 rebounds and 5.0 assists. Career total 1,372 points. Three years all-sectional, three years SWIAC all-conference, four times Linton Daily Citizen all-area (twice MVP) and three times Bloomington Herald-Telephone all-area (MVP senior season). She was AP honorable mention All-State her junior year and 3rd team AP all-state her senior year. At Washington State University, she set the freshman scoring record of 404 points and 14.4 ppg that stood for 20 years, and was named to the All-Pac 10 freshman team. Her career came to an end with hip injury her sophomore season. She is married with two children and lives in Seattle, Washington. She has spent her entire professional career (19 years) with UPS.

Cara (Gullion) Alfele Scottsburg -- 1988 Indiana All-Star. Broke school scoring record with 1,460 career points on teams that were 89-9 and won three sectionals, three regionals and two semi-states. Averaged 17.5 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists her senior year, leading Scottsburg to the state finals. She was named a Parade All-American, USA Today honorable mention All-American, four years all-sectional, three years all-regional, two years all-semi-state and two years all-state. Was member of HOF Classic all-tournament team. Recorded 37 points and 18 rebounds in state finals her sophomore year, including 19 points and nine rebounds in three-point championship game loss to FW Northrop. Led team with 28 points and seven rebounds in 1988 state semifinals loss to eventual champ FW Snider. Four year letter winner at Louisiana Tech University on teams that were 102-27, advancing to two NCAA Final Fours. She was a team captain her senior year. Married with two children and was employed in business before becoming a homemaker and volunteer in 2002. Lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Meredith (Sanders) Barone West Lafayette -- 1988 Indiana All-Star, averaged 17.2 points, 11.2 rebounds 52percentage FG and 72percentage FT her senior year. Selected to the Journal Courier all-area 1st team her senior year, she was twice an all-sectional and all-conference player and was all-regional her junior year. Teams were 39-5 over her junior and senior seasons with two sectional championships. A four-year basketball letterwinner, she scored over 1,000 career points at West Lafayette and lettered in track and volleyball and was a member of National Honor Society. Recipient of a full scholarship to New Mexico State, where she was a team captain her senior year (1992). Married and mother of three children, she lives in West Chester, Ohio and has been a Human Resource Leader at GE since 1996.

Debbie Bolen North Judson -- 1988 Indiana All-Star, averaged 30.3 points and 12.2 rebounds her senior year and graduated as Indiana's all-time leading girls high school player (2,421 points -- now 7th). Her high school teams were 78-10 over her career, winning 4 conference titles, 3 sectional championships and 2 regional championships. She was all-conference 4 years, all-sectional 3 years, all-regional 3 years, a 3-year 1st team all-state selection and nominated for All-American. She graduated from Valparaiso University as their all-time leading scorer (2,008 pts) and still holds 17 program records. She has been a teacher and coach at North Judson for the past 18 years and is beginning her first season as varsity head girls basketball coach this fall.

Cami Cass Noblesville -- Starting point guard for 1987 state champions and 1988 state runners-up. Her senior season, she was team's leader in assists and 2nd in points, rebounds and steals. Teams were 100-7 over four years, including 4 sectional titles, 3 regional titles, and 2 semi-state championships. She played at Fordham University, as the starting point guard on the Patriot League championship team. Was a member of the United States' 1997 Deaf Olympics gold medal team in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has been a teacher at the Indiana School for the Deaf since 1996 and served as their past girls basketball head coach. She has received numerous awards and recognitions as a deaf athlete.

Hope (Hershberger) Chambers Maconoquah -- A member of Maconoquah teams that went 65-20 over her career and won three sectional championships and two Mid-Indiana Conference championships. She was a three-time 1st team all-conference pick, three-time all-sectional selection, three-time all-Loganland 1st team pick and an honorable mention all-state player. Played three years at Franklin College, winning the David C. Naile Memorial Sportsmanship Award and was NAIA All-District 21 honorable mention. Married with two children, she lives in Galveston and teaches at Western Middle School.

Beth (Davis) Fagan Greenfield-Central -- 1988 Indiana All-Star, leading the team in scoring with a 16.5 average in two games. Set Greenfield-Central career records with 1,617 points, 695 rebounds and 233 assists. Averaged 22.4 points, 10.6 rebounds and 52percentage FG her senior season. Teams won three sectional championships and three regional championships and went 72-18 during her career. Named a prep All-American by Street & Smith, Womens Basketball News and USA Today -- her jersey was retired at Greenfield-Central HS. She was 1st team all-state in three sports -- basketball, volleyball and softball. Played three years at Wake Forest University before career-ending injuries. Scored 1,172 points, just 3rd player to break 1,000 point plateau in program history, and remains on numerous Wake Forest single-game, season and career record lists. Was named a Fast Break College Freshman All-American, 2nd team all-ACC, Academic all-ACC and in 2011 was named an "ACC Womens Basketball Tournament Legend." Has worked in banking and education/coaching. Living in Charlotte, North Carolina, she is married with three children.

Donna (Gill) Fisher Fort Wayne Snider -- 1988 Indiana All-Star. A 4 year starter at Snider, including their 1988 state championship team. Scored 1,147 career points, averaging 17.6 points and 12.0 rebounds her senior season. Snider was 73-15 in her career. Scored 36 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in their state finals appearance, including a rebound basket that clinched their semifinal win over Scottsburg and a blocked shot with one second left to preserve the state championship win over Noblesville. She was a 2 time selection to the Fort Wayne all-city team and a member of the 1988 National Champion AAU team. Won the 1988 state shot put and Track Mental Attitude Award and was an all-state volleyball player and member of Snider's 1987 state champion volleyball team. A three-sport athlete at Purdue, she was a member of their 1990 Big Ten championship team and top rebounder in 1990 and 1991. She has worked in fitness and athletics in Alaska since 1994. She is married and has two children and lives in North Pole, Alaska.

Vicki Hall Brebeuf -- 1988 Indiana Miss Basketball, Gatorade National Player of the Year and Naismith National Player of the Year. Averaged 26.0 points, 11.3 rebounds, 58percentageFG and 79percentage FT her senior season, scoring 1,750 career points (6th in state history at that time). In her final three seasons, Brebeuf went 61-10, winning three sectional championships. A member of the U.S. Junior National team that won gold in Brazil in 1988, she was a part of the FIBA World Championships gold medal team and Goodwill Games gold medal squad. A member of 4 NCAA tournament teams, she scored 1,831 points (15.6 ppg) at the University of Texas, graduating as school's 5th all-time leading scorer and 887 rebounds (7.6 rpg), which was 5th in school history. Also ranked among school's best in FG made, career 3-point made, 3-point attempt, 3-point percentage, FT made and FT attempted. In 1999 was named to the Southwest Conference's all-decade team (one of five players). A 16-year professional career in the ABL, WNBA and overseas including league championships in Turkey, Israel and Greece. A college assistant coach at Miami (OH), New Mexico and now in her first season at Toledo.

Melissa (Nelson) Hartman-Compton Rushville -- 1988 Indiana All-Star, she was a varsity starter for every game over four years, including a trip to the state finals as a freshman. Teams were 78-18, including four sectional championships, two regional championships and one semi-state championship.

She scored a school record 1,447 points and grabbed 896 rebounds (a school record that still stands) in her career. She also still holds the single-game record of 24 rebounds in one contest. Averaged 21 points and 12 rebounds, 60percentageFG and 70percentage FT her senior season. Received 12 varsity letters in her high school career. She played basketball at Butler University and graduated from the University of Nebraska Sigma Cum Laude. She has been a real estate consultant for the past eight years. She is married, lives in Fishers, has two children of her own and two stepchildren and her son Collin will attend IU next year on a basketball scholarship.

Sandy Herre Benton Central -- 1988 winner of IHSAA Mental Attitude Award for girls basketball. Scored 1,000 career points, school record 350 career assists, 177 steals and set a single-season record with 133 assists. A co-captain for three seasons, her teams were 86-11and won three sectionals, two regionals and one semi-state. Averaged 18.6 points, 5.5 assists and 4 rebounds as the only senior on Benton Central's 1988 state finalist team. Was named the 1988 Mini Miss Basketball by Hoosier Basketball Magazine, USA Today honorable mention All-American and a member of 1988 AAU National Champion Lady Hoosierettes. A three-year starter and tri-captain at University of Indianapolis, fighting through both knees being reconstructed and six total surgeries. 1992 school Female Student-Athlete of the Year. 1993 conference champions, mental attitude award winner and Academic All-American. Since 1993 has been a teacher and coach at Benton Central, head girls basketball coach from 1997-2001, with a record of 71-48.

Terrilyn Johnson Gary Wallace -- Scored 1,601 career points on Wallace teams that were 82-7 and won three sectionals, one regional and one semi-state, appearing in the 1986 state finals. They also won four conference championships and four holiday tournament championships. Averaged 19.5 points, 13 rebounds, six steals and two blocks her senior season, leading to being named to Parade Magazine's 3rd team All-American. She was named to the Gary Post-Tribune's 1st team all-area team three times and was her team's two-time team MVP. Earned three letters at the University of Kansas, starting all 91 games of her career and leading her team each year in rebounding and twice in steals. She graduated with 786 career rebounds (8.6 per game), which remains 10th on all-time school charts, and 219 steals (2.4 per game). Kansas was 65-28 in her time, winning a Big Eight Conference championship and making the NCAA tournament once. She was the team MVP her junior season and a co-captain her senior year. She played professionally in the Dominican Rebpublic and in the WBA in 1993 in Kansas and 1994 in Indiana. She has one child and lives in Merrillville. Employed in business, she has also worked in education and coaching in Gary schools and was an assistant coach at Valparaiso University for two years. Since 2001, she has worked at NiSource, currently as an Executive Assistant and Supply Chain Analyst.

MaChelle Joseph DeKalb -- 1988 Indiana All-Star. Scored 1,633 career points, averaging a state-best 35.0 points her senior season (high game of 57). Also averaged 6.3 rebounds, 49percentage FG, 75percentage FT her senior season. Named an All-American by Parade and Street & Smith's. DeKalb teams were 80-12, winning three conference championships, two sectional titles, and twice finishing as regional finalists. She was an AAU All-American and a member of the 1988 AAU National Championship team. DeKalb H.S. retired her jersey in 1992. A four year starter and two year captain at Purdue, where her teams were 96-23, with four 20-win seasons and four NCAA Tournament appearances and a 1991 Big Ten Championship. 1989's Big Ten Freshman of the Year, she was a three-time 1st team all-conference selection. She graduated as the Big Ten's all-time leading scorer with 2,405 points (still 4th). She was 1992 Women's Basketball News College Player of the Year, a finalist for the Naismith award and Wade Trophy, a Kodak All-American, and Big Ten Player of the Year. In 2010 she was inducted into Purdue's Athletics Hall of Fame. A member of various US and USA Select teams, she was invited to the 1992 Olympic Trials and signed a professional contract to play in Italy. An assistant coach at Illinois, Purdue, Auburn and Georgia Tech, she has been the head coach at Georgia Tech since 2003 with a record of 179-106 (.628). Leading the Yellow Jackets to six straight NCAA Tournament appearances, she has the highest overall and ACC winning percentages in program history.

Colleen (Jordan) Loberg Roncalli -- A four year letterwinner and starter, she scored 1,095 career points and grabbed 790 rebounds on teams that won three sectional championships, two regional titles and one semi-state crown. Grabbed 10 rebounds in state semifinal game against eventual state champ FW Northrop in her sophomore season. Was three times all-city, three times all-regional, twice all-semi-state, two time team captain and two time MVP. 1988 City Athlete of the Year and Marion County Coaches of Girls Association's Outstanding Senior Athlete. A member of the 1986 AAU National Championship team. Received a volleyball scholarship to Indiana University, where she was named Big Ten Player of the Week, led her team in kills and blocks and was a team captain. Married with four children and lives in Geneva, Illinois. Is employed as a marketing specialist with Hydro, Inc in Chicago.

Stephanie McQuinn Clinton Central -- A four year letterwinner and three year team captain, she led the team in scoring and rebounding for three seasons and was team MVP for three seasons. A member of teams that were 71-11, winning three sectional championships and one regional title. Named all-county for three years, all-area for three years and all-state as a senior. She was a four year letterwinner at Ball State, named freshman of the year, a three year team captain and named team MVP her junior and senior seasons. She remains on Ball State single-game record lists as she blocked five shots in a game vs. Eastern Michigan in 1990. She has two children, lives in Avon and is employed with Finish Line in Customer Care Sales.

Kristin (Pritchett) Messmore Bedford North Lawrence -- A four year letterwinner on teams that were 83-13, winners of four sectionals and three regionals. Scored 1,017 career points and set BNL single-game scoring record of 53 points. Averaged 15.5 ppg as a junior and 15.8 points, 5.7 rebounds and 52percentage FG her senior season. A two time Times Mail Player of the Year ('87, '88), she was Hoosier Hills all-conference four years, all-sectional four years, all-regional four years, all-semi-state three years and an all-state selection her senior year. A four year player at IUPUI, she totaled 1,342 career points (12.8 ppg), 746 rebounds (6.9 rpg), 343 assists (3.2 apg) and 230 steals (2.1 spg). She graduated as IUPUI's 2nd all-time leading scorer (remains 5th), all-time leader in rebounds (now 3rd), 3rd all-time in assists (now 7th) and 3rd all-time in steals (now 5th). At IUPUI, her teams were twice district champion and once advanced to the National Tournament semi-finals. She was twice all-district and Mel Garland Distinguished Student-Athlete. She is married with two children and lives in Bedford. She is a teacher, coach and FCA sponsor at Shawswick Middle School.

Tracy Roller Crown Point -- 1988 Indiana All-Star. Averaged 19.8 points, 6.2 rebounds, 49 percentage FG and 71 percentage FT her senior season, being named to the Gary Post-Tribune's 1st team all-area. Scored 1,015 career points, 3rd best in school history. Teams were 77-19, winning three sectionals, two regionals and advancing to the 1985 state finals her freshman year. A four year player at Eastern Illinois University, she graduated with 1,385 career points, then 6th on school charts (now 10th), 364 assists and 175 steals. She remains in the school's top 10 in field goals made, field goals attempted, free throws made, steals and assists. Throughout her career she led her team in season scoring (twice), assists, steals and free throw percentage (twice), among other categories and was named 1st team Gateway all-conference in 1990 and a two-time Academic All-American. A coach at Pleasant Plains, Hammond Gavit and Jennings County high schools, she was an assistant coach at Valparaiso and Ball State universities before serving as head coach at Ball State from 2001-2008. Her teams at Ball State were 118-73 (.617), making her the winningest head coach and 2nd highest winning percentage in program history. Her teams recorded the three best seasons in program history, setting the top three marks for most overall wins, conference wins, highest single season winning percentage, highest MAC winning percentage, most MAC wins and fewest MAC losses. She is now a nanny and lives in Indianapolis.

Michelle (Leedy) Timmons Western Boone -- A four year letterwinner who started 69 straight games at Western Boone. Scored 1,309 career points (3rd in school history), setting records for points in a season (603) and single-game scoring (42). Teams were 56-20, including 20-2 her junior year, leading the school to their first girls basketball regional championship and individual honors of all-sectional, all-regional and all-semi-state and being named honorable mention all-state. Her 84percentage FT as a sophomore was the tops in Central Indiana. Named academic all-state, she was class valedictorian, Hoosier Scholar and Western Boone Senior Athlete of the Year. She set 11 school records in volleyball and played that sport at Butler University. She is married with four children and lives in Lebanon. She is a pediatrician, working in Indianapolis since 1996.

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Wait! You said ever. What about the Miles Twin and Lindsey Secrest from Bloomfield!

-- Posted by iowp32 on Thu, Jan 3, 2013, at 5:55 PM

Congratulations Kristal!!!!

-- Posted by changeitup on Thu, Jan 3, 2013, at 10:31 PM

I remember seeing her play, this is awesome. Congrats!!

-- Posted by devor2000 on Fri, Jan 4, 2013, at 8:04 AM

She is NOT the only All Star from Greene County. Better check your facts.

-- Posted by escapee on Sat, Jan 5, 2013, at 11:39 AM

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