#31 - Aimee Litka
|2005-06 Women's Basketball|
South Bend, Ind.
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
2007-2008: Started all 30 games as a junior ... finished the season ninth in the Horizon League in scoring averaging 13.7 points per game ... ranked third in the conference making 2.3 three-pointers per game ... shot 38.2% from three-point range, ranking 48th in the country ... finished fourth in the Horizon League shooting 84.3% from the free throw line ... played the eighth most minutes (33.7 per game) in the conference ... 68 three-pointers tie for fifth most in a season in school history ... scored in double figures in 27 of 30 games on the season ... scored a career-high 28 points at UIC while grabbing nine rebounds on Jan. 10 ... added 25 points at Detroit (Jan. 26) ... pulled down a career-best 13 rebounds against Youngstown State (Jan. 31) and 10 against Loyola (Chicago) (Feb. 7) to complete double-doubles ... grabbed six or more boards in a game 12 times ... dished out four assists on four occasions ... registered three steals against Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 23), South Dakota State (Dec. 16), and at Milwaukee (Feb. 16) ... made seven three-pointers at Detroit and six at UIC ... made 30 consecutive free throws from Jan. 24 through Feb. 23 ... played all 45 minutes against Green Bay (Jan. 19) and all 40 minutes against Ball State on Dec. 1 and Youngstown State on Jan. 31 ... named to the Horizon League's Fall and Spring Academic Honor Rolls.
2006-2007: Played in all 31 contests for the Crusaders as a sophomore, drawing starting assignments against Northern Iowa (Dec. 16) and Saint Francis (Ind.) (Dec. 30) ... scored a season-high 14 points at Indiana (Nov. 15) on 5-of-10 shooting, including 4-of-8 from three-point range ... tallied 11 points at Southern Utah on Jan. 27... pulled down a season-high seven rebounds against Oakland at home on Jan. 15 ... also had five boards at Indiana ... dished out three assists against Bradley (Nov. 28) ... played a career-high 28 minutes against Oakland at home ... a member of the Mid-Continent Conference All-Academic Team ... named to the Mid-Con Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
2005-2006: Saw action in 25 games during rookie season ... scored a season-high 13 points at Oakland on Jan. 2 ... made three triples against the Golden Grizzlies ... scored eight points against UMKC (Dec. 30) and seven against Oakland at home on Jan. 28 ... grabbed a season-best seven rebounds at Oakland ... went 5-of-6 from the free throw line at Centenary on Jan. 4 ... played double-figure minutes in 11 games ... dished out multiple assists six times on the season ... shot 40.9% from the floor.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Indians ... led team to the Indiana 3A state title with a 25-1 record as a senior ... team went 67-13 over final three years ... a Third Team All-State selection as a senior ... led Saint Joseph's to two other state semifinal appearances ... school's all-time leading scorer with 1,698 points ... also set the Indians' career record for steals ... a First Team All-Northern Indiana Conference selection ... an Indiana All-Star ... named school's Athlete of the Year ... team Most Valuable Player ... also played volleyball and softball ... played for coach Mike Megyese.
Personal: Aimee is the daughter of Clem and Peggy Litka ... born September 13, 1986 ... received bachelor's degree in sports management ... working on master's degree in sports administration.
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