TriCounty You name the sport and former Notre Dame High School standout Stephanie White excels at it. For three seasons she was selected to the Mid-State 6 all-conference teams in volleyball, basketball and softball and to the Journal Star's All-Metro team in basketball and softball also for 1992, 1993, and 1994.
In basketball last season she led Notre Dame to its first appearance in the Class AA girls state finals while averaging 15.6 points, 4.1 rebounds and 4.6 assists.
She was the Journal Star's Class AA basketball player of the year and was named to the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and Champaign News Gazette first all-state teams and the Chicago Tribune second team.
She set a Notre Dame career scoring record with 1,524 points.
In softball she was third in hitting in the Mid-State 6 at .458 with a .615 on-base percentage.
A brilliant fielding shortstop, she earned honorable mention honors and was named an all-American by Fastpitch World Magazine.
At Notre Dame she won the Mike McGlaughlin Memorial Award for being the school's outstanding senior athlete.
You name the sport and former Notre Dame High School standout Stephanie White excels at it. For three seasons she was selected to the Mid-State 6 all-conference teams in volleyball, basketball and softball and to the Journal Star's All-Metro team in basketball and softball also for 1992, 1993, and 1994.
|Mary Ellen Hill-Schupbach|
Hill-Schupbach starred in the area as both a prepster and collegian, first at Princeville High School then at Bradley, as one of the area's top female distance runners. After winning four conference championships in the 1,600 meters and 3,200 meters at Princeville, Hill-Schupbach claimed 10 Missouri Valley Conference cross country and track individual championships at Bradley from 1996-2000, while also twice earning NCAA Division I All-America honors in the 5,000 meters. In addition to her individual titles at the 1998 and 1999 Missouri Valley Conference Cross Country Championships, Hill-Schupbach led the Braves to their first-ever conference crown in any women's sport in school history as co-champions with Drake in 1998. A seven-time Academic All-American, Hill-Schupbach received a prestigious NCAA Post-Graduate Scholarship and was the recipient of the inaugural Dr. Charlotte West Award as the year's top all-around, graduating student-athlete in the Missouri Valley Conference. She also was selected the Illinois NCAA Woman of the Year in 2000.