#13 Adrian Ritchie
Position: G
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: De Pere, Wis. (De Pere)
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2012-13 SEASON

  • All-Horizon League First Team and All-Defensive Team selection
  • Named Horizon League Player of the Week on March 11 after shooting 9-12 (75 percent) from long range in two games the week prior

  • 19 points on 5-6 3-point shooting at Milwaukee, setting a career high for made threes (3/9)

  • 17 points on 3-6 long-range shooting, six rebounds vs. Loyola (3/7)
  • 12 points, eight rebounds and six assists vs. Cleveland State (2/14)

  • 15 points, eight rebounds and eight assists at Valparaiso (1/26)
  • 19 points, career-high seven steals vs. Detroit in the Horizon League opener (1/8)

  • Became the 30th member of the Green Bay women's basketball 1,000 point club on a three from the wing against Indianapolis (11/30)

  • Scored 12 points and had six rebounds against Wisconsin (12/23)

  • Tied a career high with eight assists against NDSU (12/18)
  • Scored 17 points and had three assists at Marquette (12/8)

  • Had 20 points and nine rebounds at Central Michigan (12/5)

  • Scored 16 points and had a season-high seven assists and a career-high six steals against Indianapolis (11/30)

  • Scored 26 points while playing a career-high 45 minutes against James Madison (11/22)
  • Recorded her first career double-double against Central Michigan, tallying 25 points and 10 rebounds (11/17)

  • Horizon League Preseason First Team All-League selection

2011-12 SEASON

  • Member of Spring Horizon League Academic Honor Roll

  • Phoenix Award recipient (voted on by coaches for players' attitude, effort, coachability, modeling The Green Bay Way)

  • Led the league in free throw percentage (84.4)

  • Sixth in the league in field goal percentage (46.0)

  • Finished tied seventh in the league with 1.8 steals per game

  • Tied career high eight rebounds in second round of NCAA Tournament game

  • One of four players to score in double figures (15 points) in first round of NCAA Tournament while leading the Phoenix with six rebounds

  • Averaged 14 points and four rebounds in Horizon League Tournament (three games)

  • Led team in scoring in Horizon League Tournament semifinal vs. UIC with 22 points

  • Horizon League Second Team All-League

  • College Sports Madness Second Team All-Conference selection

  • Scored nine points in final 35 seconds of regulation including three free-throws to send the game into overtime at Youngstown State Feb. 18

  • Scored career and game-high 26 points at Youngstown State Feb. 18

  • Winter University Leadership Award recipient

  • Horizon League Fall Academic Honor Roll
  • Led all players with a game-high 20 points at Detroit Jan. 14

  • Tied a career high eight rebounds against Ball State Dec. 20 and Loyola Dec. 31

  • Scored 10 second-half points to lead all scorers with 15 against Marquette Dec. 2

  • Sank three pointer with 0.6 seconds remaining against No. 25 Georgia Tech to send the game into overtime, giving Green Bay the eventual 67-62 win

  • Grabbed a career high eight rebounds in home opening 84-68 win over Toledo Nov. 16

  • Considered to be one of the top Mid-Major players to watch according to writer Graham Hays, "A long-limbed 5-11 guard, Ritchie has the tools for a breakthrough junior campaign."

2010-11 SEASON

  • Horizon League Spring Academic Honor Roll

  • Fall Horizon League Academic Honor Roll selection

  • Scored a game-high 20 points in the second round NCAA Tournament win over Michigan State

  • Made 4-of-5 three-pointers against Michigan State and 6-of-7 from long range in the team's first and second round games of the NCAA Tournament

  • Made 7-of-10 shots, including 3-of-5 from long range while tallying a team-high 18 points in Green Bay's win over Butler in the Horizon League Championship title game

  • Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds in Horizon League Tournament semifinal against Loyola Mar. 9

  • Scored 11 points in 11 minutes, including three-consecutive three pointers at Detroit Mar. 5

  • Dished out a career-high eight assits in Green Bay's 93-57 win against Butler Feb. 26

  • Suffered a sprained right MCL Jan. 8 three minutes into the contest against Cleveland State

  • Returned to action with 11:36 to play in the first half against Cleveland State Feb. 3. In the contest, Ritchie tied a then career-high 5 assists

  • Sprained right ankle at Milwauakee on Feb. 19

  • After going 0-8 in the first half Nov. 26 against Penn State, scored 13 second half points

  • Horizon League Player of the Week Nov. 15

  • Named Tournament MVP in Best Buy Classic while averaging 19 points per game, combining for 38

  • Scored a career-high 24 points while playing a career-high 40 minutes vs. George Washington Nov. 13

  • Dished out a career-high eight assists in Green Bay's 93-57 win against Butler on Feb. 26

  • Made first collegiate start in the regular-season opener against George Washington on Nov. 13 in the Best Buy Classic

2009-10 SEASON

  • Averaged 6.2 points per game while coming off the bench in all 33 contests

  • Was the leading scorer off the bench and ranked fifth on the team in points

  • Had seven double-figure scoring games

  • Began her career with a 12-point performance at North Dakota on Nov. 13

  • Sealed an upset victory over Wisconsin from the free-throw line on Nov. 24 with 2.5 seconds left

  • Scored 14 points in Green Bay's NCAA tournament victory over No. 5 seed Virginia

  • Connected on 4 of 6 three-point tries en route to 13 points at UIC on Jan. 23

  • Had seven points, four rebounds, four steals and two assists against Loyola on Feb. 20

  • Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in the second round of NCAA Tournament against No. 4 seed Iowa State

  • Averaged 8.5 points and 5.0 boards in the NCAA tournament



  • Named Miss Basketball by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association

  • Was one of two unanimous picks to the Associated Press all-state first team, the other being fellow Phoenix freshman Sarah Eichler

  • Named first team all-Fox River Classic Conference as a junior and senior

  • Earned FRCC Player of the Year honors as a senior

  • Averaged 15.4 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5.1 assists and 3.9 steals per game in senior season

  • Led De Pere to a conference title and to the semifinals of the Division 1 state tournament in 2009

  • As a junior, garnered honorable mention all-state accoladed from both the WBCA and the AP

  • Ended high school career with 872 points, 494 rebounds, 323 assists and 278 steals

  • High school coach was Dave Johnson

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