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    Amy Jaeschke
    Amy Jaeschke

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Wilmette, Ill.

    High School:
    New Trier

    Height:
    6-5

    Position:
    C



    02/05/2014

    Wildcats, Wolverines Meet Thursday at Welsh-Ryan Arena

    NU is 11-3 at home, Michigan is 6-1 in road contests

    01/24/2014

    'Cats Wrap Up Season Series with No. 21/18 Nebraska Sunday

    Second meeting between Wildcats and Huskers in month of January

    12/04/2013

    Wildcats Welcome Wolfpack for Big Ten/ACC Challenge

    Northwestern looking for third-straight win at the annual event

    2010-11: Team captain ... Finalist for Wooden Award ... First-team All-Big Ten selection by both the coaches and media ... Big Ten All-Defensive Team ... Named to the State Farm Wade Trophy Watch List ... Cracked NCAA Division I blocks list against Wisconsin on January 30, 2011 and currently has 352 swats which ranks 21st ... Owns 33 career double-doubles (14 this season) and one triple-double ... Saint Mary's Hilton Concord Thanksgiving Tournament MVP ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week during the weeks of Nov. 22, Dec. 13, Dec. 20 and Feb. 7 ... Recorded just the second triple double in Northwestern history with 30 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocks against Chicago State (11/21/10) ... Notched a career-best 37 points and a personal-high 17 rebounds against Central Michigan (12/11/10) ... Naismith Trophy Preseason List ... Preseason All-Big Ten honoree ... Lowe's Senior Class Award Candidate ... Wildcats' career blocks leader ... Fourth on the Big Ten career block chart ... Second on NU's career points list ... Second on NU's career rebounds list.

    2009-10: First-Team All-Big Ten selection; NU's first since 1999 ... Earned a spot on Early Season Naismith Awards list ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week twice ... One of three players to start all 33 games ... Tallied a team-high 1,148 minutes, averaging 34.8 mpg, which was sixth in the Big Ten ... Team's leading scorer and rebounder, averaging 16.9 ppg and 7.2 rpg ... Also led the team in field-goal percentage, connecting on 45.4 percent of her attempts ... Recorded her 1,000th career point and became NU's leading blocker the week of Jan. 18 ... Finished first in conference in blocked shots (3.21) and ranked sixth in the nation ... Fourth in the Big Ten in scoring (17.1) and fifth in rebounding (7.2 rpg) ... Was the team's leading scorer 17 times and the high rebounder 18 times ... Finished third on the team in steals with 30 ... Notched a season-high 30 points on 11-of-15 from the field against Iowa (1/24/10) ... Scored in double-figures in the last 14 contests of the season and in 27 out of 33 games ... Recorded six double-double performances ... Scored 20 or more points in six games, including a 30-point effort at Iowa (1/24/10) and a 29-point performance against Chicago State (12/19/09) ... Notched nine blocks against SIU-E (11/20/09), which tied her career-high and also matched a single-game Wildcat record ... It also tied her for 18th in the nation in single-game blocks ... Recorded at least four blocks on 15 occasions ... Pulled down 10 or more rebounds eight times ... Dished out four or more assists five times and had at least one assist in all but two games ... Cracked NU's record book list with 636 career rebounds (10th) ... Her 559 points ranks seventh in NU's single-season history ... Also placed fifth on the Wildcats' single-season records list in both field goals (223) and field goal attempts (491) ... Her 1,148 minutes played and 33 games started ranks second and third, respectively, on NU's single-season records slate.

    2008-09: Team's leading scorer, averaging 13.9 ppg ... Only player to start all 30 games ... Second-team All-Big Ten media selection and third-team All-Big Ten coaches' pick ... Placed on Early Season Naismith Awards list ... Garnered co-Big Ten Player of the Week honors (Jan. 6) ... Led the team with 35.9 minutes, 13.9 points and 8.2 rebounds per game ... Led NU in blocked shots and ranked second in the Big Ten with 96 rejections ... Finished fifth in the nation with 3.2 blocks per game ... Those 96 blocks placed her atop the single-season blocks list in the Wildcat record books ... Scored a career-high 34 points against Clemson (12/4) and pulled down a career-best 16 rebounds against Illinois (2/12) ... Recorded 21 double-digit performances ... Notched eight double-doubles, including seven in the first 10 games ... Played all 40 minutes in four games, including a season-high 43 minutes in the overtime battle against Purdue ... Swatted an NU record nine blocks against Texas Southern ... Already third on NU's career blocks list through two seasons ... 1,078 minutes played ranks seventh on NU's all-time single-season minutes played list ... Invited to try out for USA Basketball.

    2007-08: Honorable Mention All-Big Ten and All-Freshman team honoree ... Despite fracturing her hand in the first game of the season, Jaeschke led the `Cats in rebounds (6.8), scoring (13.5) and blocks (51) ... Started 20 of the 22 games she played in ... Second on the team with 42.2 field goal percentage ... Led the team in scoring in 11 of 22 games ... Top rebounder in 10 of 22 games ... Recorded four double-doubles on the season--Illinois (12/27), Michigan State (1/17), Purdue (2/3) and Iowa (2/24) ... Scored in double-digits in 13 of 22 games, including nine of the last 10 ... Second on the team with 150 total rebounds ... Third on the team with 69.4 free throw percentage and 34 offensive boards... Scored a career-high 26 points against Indiana (2/7) and Michigan State (1/17) ... Recorded career-high 3 assists against Michigan State (1/17) ... Ranked in the top 10 in conference games in blocks (2.5 bpg), defensive rebounds (5.56 rpg) and rebounding (7.1 rpg).

    High School: Member of U19 Junior National Team that won the World Championships in 2006 ... Parade Magazine All-America second team (2007) ... McDonald's All-American (2007) ... Named WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2007) ... Recorded 2,031 points and 1,393 rebounds in high school career ... Averaged 18.0 ppg, 12.9 rpg her senior season ... Led the team in scoring 29 times and in rebounding 31 times during senior season ... Both leading scorer and rebounder in 29 out of 34 games senior year ... Chicago Tribune First-Team All-State (2006), Honorable Mention (2005), Special Mention (2004) ... Three-time All Conference selection (2004, 2005, 2006) ... USA U18 National Team Alternate (2006), Street & Smith's All-America HM, 2004, 2005 ... Adidas Top Ten Camp Upperclass All-Star (2005), Underclass All-Star (2004) ... Student Sports Freshman All-America ... Ranked No. 5 in her position and No. 27 overall by Scout.com ... Ranked No. 14 by Blue Star Basketball.

    Personal: Born Amy Betsy Jaeschke ... Daughter of Robert and Betsy Jaeschke ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

    Jaeschke's Career Stats

    Season GP/GS Min. FG% 3PT% FT% RPG Ast Blk Stl PPG
    2007-08 22/20
    31.5
    .422
    .333
    .694
    6.8
    26
    51
    16
    13.5
    2008-09 30/30
    35.9
    .422
    .08
    .625
    8.2
    55
    96
    32
    13.9
    2009-10 33/33
    34.8
    .454
    .231
    .754
    7.2
    77
    106
    30
    16.9
    2010-11 33/33
    36.1
    .494
    .308
    .779
    9.0
    71
    104
    22
    21.4
    Career 118/116 34.8 .455 .242 .724 7.9 229
    357
    100 16.7