Junior Season (2012-13)
Appeared in 11 games, connecting on two field goals ... received the team's Best Teammate-Non-Starter award after the 2012-13 season for the third-straight season ... tied a career-high with one assist against Southern Illinois (1/19) and tied a career-high in field goals made with one against Missouri State (3/3) ... was 2-for-2 at the free throw line and recorded five rebounds, two blocks, along with a steal and assist.
Sophomore Season (2011-12)
Appeared in 26 games, scoring 29 points ... received the team's Best Teammate-Non-Starter award after the 2011-12 season for the second-straight season ... scored a career-high six points against Ball State in the season opener (11/11) ... set career bests in five categories at Northwestern (11/17), including assists (1), blocks (1), minutes played (25), three-point field goal attempts (5) and field goal attempts (6) ... was 4-for-5 (.800) from the free throw line ... grabbed 27 rebounds with 10 offensive and 17 defensive boards.
Freshman Year (2010-11)
Received the team's Best Teammate-Non-Starter award ... appeared in 15 games ... made her collegiate debut against Eastern Illinois (11/18), scoring her first-career point on a free throw and recording four rebounds and a steal in 10 minutes ... scored a career-high six points against Ball State (12/9), making her first-career field goal and four free throws ... scored a putback layup at Missouri State (1/11) ... made her first-career three-pointer against Evansville (2/27).
Prior to ISU Four-year starter at Montini Catholic ... guided the Lady Broncos to a record of 114-21 and four-consecutive conference, regional and sectional championships ... won the 2010 Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Class 3A State Championship at Redbird Arena, the first in school history ... finished third in IHSA Class 3A in 2008 ... scored 1,077 career points, making 245 three-pointers ... four-time All-Suburban Catholic Conference and Daily Herald All-Area selection ... named to the Chicago Sun-Times Preseason Top-50 prior to her senior season ... prep coach was Jason Nichols ... played AAU basketball for the Illinois Lady Lightning.
Personal Alison Paige Seberger ... born March 19, 1992 in Melrose Park, Ill. ... daughter of Gina and Michael Seberger ... two sisters (Sarah, Morgan) ... her father played basketball at Western Michigan and her sister, Sarah, played basketball at Truman State ... majoring in communication studies.