#4 Celeste Hoewisch
Position: G
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hortonville, Wis. (Hortonville)
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2010-11 Season

  • Horizon League Spring Academic Honor Roll
  • Voted Co-MVP by her teammates

  • Division I-AAA Scholar-Athlete presented by the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association
  • Winter Academic All-Horizon League selection

  • State Farm Coaches' All-America Team Honorable Mention

  • Led the Phoenix with 86 steals and second in scoring, averaging 13.6 points per game

  • Scored 20 points while sinking four three pointers in the NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinal game against Baylor

  • Horizon League Co-Player of the Year

  • League Co-Defensive Player of the Year

  • Horizon League Tournament MVP

  • First Team All-Horizon League

  • Horizon League All-Defensive Team selection

  • Scored 14 points in Green Bay's 65-56 win over Michigan State in the second round of the NCAA Tournament

  • Averaged 16.7 points per game during the Horizon League Championship

  • Green Bay's all-time leader in games played (132)

  • Sank a career-high six three pointers Feb. 10 at UIC, going 6-7 from beyond the arc

  • Horizon League Player of the week for week ending Jan. 29
  • Posted first and only career double-double grabbing a career-high 12 rebounds and pouring in 21 points Dec. 31 against Detroit
  • Named Tournament MVP of Caribbean Challenge

  • Joined the 1,000-point club Nov. 26 in the second half off a three-pointer from the right wing

  • Scored a career and game-high 28 points in 79-74 win over Penn State Nov. 26 while sinking five three pointers

  • Played in her 100th game in a Phoenix uniform Nov. 25 vs. Hartford

  • Dished out a career-high eight assists in win over Minnesota Nov. 14

  • Horizon League preseason First Team All-League selection

  • Horizon League Co-Player of the Year
  • Horizon League Co-Defensive Player of the Year
  • Horizon League First Team All-League selection
  • Horizon League All-Defensive Team selection

  • Fall Horizon League Academic Honor Roll selection

2009-10 Season

  • First-team All-Horizon League selection

  • Also claimed a spot on the conference's All-Defensive Team

  • Set individual season records for free throws made (131), free throws attempted (163) and steals (81)

  • Set individual game record for free throws made (13) vs. Virginia in first round of NCAA Tournament on Mar. 21

  • Finished second on the team and sixth in the league in scoring with 13.8 points per game
  • Also finished among the circuit's top 10 in steals (3rd), three-point percentage (4th), assists (7th), assist to turnover ratio (7th), and free throw percentage (7th)

  • Horizon League Player of the Week for the period of Feb. 8-14

  • Led the team in assists (129) and steals (74)

  • Scored 23 points while matching a personal best with eight rebounds against Milwaukee, Feb. 13

  • Owned five 20-point scoring games and reached double figures in 25 of 31 games

  • Led the Phoenix with 20 points in a career-high 43 mintues of work against Cleveland State in the league tournament

  • Was a perfect 4-for-4 from three-point range against Loyola en route to 16 points

  • Connected on 15 of 23 treys (.652) during a five-game hot stretch in February

2008-09 Season

  • Named second-team All-Horizon League

  • Started all 33 games, averaging 27.5 minutes per game

  • Led the team and ranked fourth in the league in steals with 80, a figure that ranks 10th on the schools individual season record list

  • Second ont he team in assists with 84

  • Led the team in free throws made (98), the ninth-most on the school's individual season records list

  • Also ranked eighth in the Horizon League in free throw percentage (.748)

  • Led team in scoring five times, all of which were 14 points or more

  • Topped team in assists seven times and in rebounds on four occasions

  • Placed third on team in scoring, averaging 10.2 points per game

  • Scored a season-high 21 points at Valpo on Feb. 26

  • Grabbed a career-high eight rebounds vs. Butler Jan. 29

  • Snared career-high six steals twice: at Milwaukee (Jan. 4) and Wright State (Feb. 12)

2007-08 Season

  • Played 30 games as a redshirt freshman

  • Averaged 16.6 minutes per game as the team's top reserve at point guard

  • Led the team with five steals against Northern Illinois Nov. 28

  • Was the team's highest scoring reserve with 4.9 points per game

  • Made six of her first seven three-point field goal attempts as a collegian

  • Had a season-best 10 points against Arizona Dec. 20

  • Went 6-for-6 from the free throw line against Milwaukee March 1

  • Missed two games late in the year with a hand injury

2006-07 Season

  • Redshirted the 2006-07 season

  • Retained four years of eligibility, beginning with the 2007-08 year


  • As a senior, earned third-team all-state honors after averaging 18.0 points and 7.0 rebounds for Hortonville

  • Selected as Valley 8 Player of the Year

  • Tabbed first-team all-area

  • Appleton Post-Crescent Female Athlete of the Year afer a stellar senior season in basketball, volleyball and softball

  • Joined with current teammate Heather Golden on the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star North Team

  • Three-time first-team all-conference

  • Also excelled in volleyball and softball, earning honorable mention all-state honors in both sports as a senior

  • Three-time all-conference selection in softball

  • Prep basketball coach was Dave Janssen


  • Born Celeste Marie Hoewisch

  • Parents are Dean and Donna Hoewisch

  • Has two older sisters, Kaylin and Crystal, a younger sister, Karen, and a younger brother, Garrett

  • Older sister Crystal played basketball at Carroll College in Waukesha, Wis. and younger sister Karen currently plays there

  • Major is human biology

  • Engaged to be married in August 2011
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