Has a very good basketball IQ and knows exactly what her role is and what she needs to do when she's on the court ... Very hard worker.
(2012-13 - Junior): Saw significant action after a run of injuries to the Lady Rebel roster ... Would appear in 25 games during the season and averaged 10.6 minutes per game in Mountain West play ... Scored 20 points and also posted 29 rebounds, five assists, three blocks and two steals ... Tied her career-high with four points against San Diego State (Jan. 16).
(2011-12 - Sophomore): Appeared in eight games while backing up the Lady Rebels' four senior post players ... Averaged 3.5 minutes per game, and scored 11 points on the year ... Also added six rebounds ... Best game of the season came at Air Force, with four points and two rebounds, both career-highs, in five minutes of action.
New Mexico JC
(2010-11 - Freshman): Played at the forward and center spots for the Thunderbirds ... Was limited by injuries for the majority of the season for NMJC, which posted a 19-8 record.
Played one year of American high school basketball ... Led Willamette High School in Eugene, Ore., to a Midwestern League championship as well as the 2007 5A state championship title ... Returned to Germany and played for New Basket Oberhausen women's team, which played in the third-highest league in the country, and helped the team to two runner-up finishes in 2009 and 2010 while attending school at Luisenschule in Muelheim ... Was a member of the U-16 Germany National Team that finished in eighth place at the 2006 European Championships.
Friederike Ricarda Moderegger ... Born on Sept. 14, 1990, in Essen, Germany ... Daughter of Christian Moderegger and Karin Rose-Moderegger ... Has one sister, Ann-Kathrin (27) ... Her uncle, Rolf Rose, played basketball at North Idaho JC (1988-89) and Lewis-Clark State College (1989-91) ... Has traveled to over 10 different counties in Europe, and enjoys doing volunteer service ... ... Majoring in elementary education.
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