12 - Sarah-Marie Frankenberger
Sarah-Marie Frankenberger
Height: 5-10
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Gross Gerau, Germany
High School: Theresianum Mainz
Position: G/F

CAREER HIGHS:
Points:...........................................14 vs. Dartmouth (11/30/11)
Rebounds:..................................... 5 (twice; most recent at URI, 12/18/11)
Assists:..........................................3 vs. Brown (11/20/10)
Steals:...........................................3 at Central Conn. State (11/27/11)
Blocks:...........................................1 (three times, most recent at Central Conn. State, 11/27/11)

2012-13 SEASON | Stats
• Redshirt season due to preseason injury

2011-12 SEASON | Stats
• Played in 28 of 30 games and was in the starting lineup eight times (spanning the opening 10 games)
• Averaged 2.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game
• Ranked fifth on the team in field goal percentage (.364; 28-77)
• Made 16 of 17 free throws (94.1%); went 2-for-2 in seven games
• Played in 14 America East conference games
• Career-high 14 points at Dartmouth (11/30) on 6-for-13 shooting from the floor (1 of 4 3-pt) and 1-1 FT
• Also recorded three rebounds, two steals and one assist in 39 minutes that game
• Career-high five rebounds in consecutive games against Manhattan (12/09) and Rhode Island (12/18)
• Nine other multiple-rebound games
• In the opening five games, made 15 of 30 FGs (.500), including 4-for-10 3-pointers, and averaged 8.2 ppg

2010-11 SEASON | Stats
• Played in 26 of 29 games with seven starts
• Led the team in scoring against Quinnipiac (12/29) with a season-high 11 points
• Recorded 10 points, three rebounds and three assists versus Brown (11/20)
• Pulled in multiple rebounds seven times
• Four multiple-assist efforts
• Multiple steals in three contests

BEFORE UNH
• Played in the 2010 European Basketball College Exposure Camp (Bonn, Germany) and was named MVP
• Played for the 2009-10 German National U20/21 Team; averaged 6.3 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists
  per game and a .583 FG percentage in nine games
• Played with the European Championship squad three consecutive years; 6.3 points and 3.5 rebounds
  per game in that span
• Led Germany to third place at the 2009 European Championships and hit the game-winning shot in
  the 2007 semifinals to propel the team to second place
• First Team DBBL (Rhein Main Baskets) and Second Team DBBL (Bender Baskets) in 2010
• Second Team DBBL (ASC Theresianum Mainz) in 2008 and 2009

YEARGPGSFGFGAPCT3FG3FGAPCTFTFTAPCTORebDRebREBAVGPFASSTTOBLKSTLPTSAVG
2010-112672580.313935.2572129.7241020301.2321961310803.1
2011-122882877.364630.2001617.9411523381.4291229114782.8
Total541553157.3381565.2313746.8042543681.36131904241582.9
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