Aley Rohde and Alyssa Anderson both receive MW Scholar-Athlete recognition.
A total of 56 student-athletes at UNLV received the Scholar-Athlete Award.
Two programs reach double-digits; women's basketball has a program-best eight named to semester squad.
Three Lady Rebels posted double-doubles in the contest.
UNLV holds a 29-8 edge on the offensive boards.
One of the best rebounders in the conference ... Brings an intensity to the court and has a pride in doing things right ... Strong finisher in the paint.
(2013-14 - Sophomore): Averaged 7.0 points and 6.9 rebounds per game in her first year as a Lady Rebel ... Finished in double-figure scoring eight times, including a season-high 16 against San Jose State (3/10) in the MW first round win ... Recorded four double-doubles on the year ... Grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds at Nevada, Reno (1/18) ... Led the team in blocks with 1.11 per game, which ranked her sixth in the conference ... Was also seventh in rebounding among league players..
(2012-13 - Sophomore): Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.
(2011-12 - Freshman):
Was fifth on the team in scoring with 7.6 points per game, third in rebounding with 6.0 per game, and led the team in blocks with 38 (1.2 bpg) ... As a freshman, her 31 starts on the year were second-highest on the team ... Posted eight double-figure scoring games on the season, including career-highs of 21 points and 13 rebounds in a win over Long Beach State on Dec. 11 ... Six of her double-figure games came in Pac-12 competition.
Four-year letterwinner for Pinnacle High School ... Four-time all-state and all-region honoree while leading her team to state runner-up finishes all four seasons ... Named regional player of the year in both her junior and senior years ... Her first two seasons, she was selected to the All-Arizona team, and was the Arizona Republic Scottsdale Player of the Year in 2009 ... Set school records during her career for points (37), rebounds (23) and blocks (12) in a game ... During her season year at Pinnacle, she was ranked as the No. 36 prospect in the country by ESPN Hoopgurlz, and as the No. 9 center by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report.
Alexandra R. Rohde ... Born on Oct. 31, 1992, in Lebanon, N.H.. ... Daughter of Monty and Karen Rohde ... Has one brother, Taylor (24) and one sister, Jordyn (15) ... Her brother played basketball at both Arizona State and Alaska-Anchorage, and is currently playing professionally in Germany ... Majoring in criminal justice.
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