Two members of the Nebraska Wesleyan University women’s basketball team received All-GPAC honors on Wednesday (Mar. 5) when the Hauff Mid-America Sports/Great Plains Athletic Conference all-conference teams were announced. Senior Devan Aschtgen and freshman Sadie Struebing received All-GPAC honorable mention recognition.
Aschtgen averaged 9.1 points and 4.9 rebounds per game during the 2007-08 season. The Platteview High School graduate received All-GPAC recognition for the third straight season. This is the third straight season that Aschtgen received all-conference honors. She was named All-GPAC honorable mention as a junior and was an All-GPAC Second-Team pick as a sophomore in 2005-06. Aschtgen, a native of Springfield, Neb., finished her career with 841 points. She also recorded 138 career steals to rank 10th all-time at NWU.
Struebing, a native of Brainard, Neb., led the team in both scoring and rebounding in her first season with the Prairie Wolves. She averaged 11.6 points and 7.9 rebounds and ended the year as the top scoring and rebounding freshman in the GPAC. She was fourth in the GPAC in rebounding, 20th in scoring and ninth in the league with a .496 field goal percentage. The East Butler High School graduate recorded seven double-doubles on the year to rank second in the league in double-doubles.
Nebraska Wesleyan finished the 2007-08 season with a 6-21 overall record.