JUNIOR (2011-12): Played in all 35 games with two starts at the forward position... averaged 3.7 ppg, and 3.8 rebounds-per game... scored a career-high eight points on four different occasions, once against Texas Tech (12/30/11), another in a win against San Francisco (1/9/12), again in a win against Santa Clara (2/2/12) and finally in the loss to Oklahoma State (3/28/11)... pulled down a season-high of nine rebounds against Santa Clara (2/2/12)... pulled down seven rebounds against Easter Washington (11/17/11)... helped lead the team into the Final Four of the WNIT...helped the team record a program-best 24-9 overall record...helped the team finish in a tie for second place in the WCC, with a 12-4 mark, which set a new program record for most WCC wins in program-history.
COLLEGE: Played her freshman and sophomore seasons at Cloud County Community College, in Concordia, Kansas...in her sophomore season, she averaged 12.1 points per game to go with her team-leading 8.6 rebounding average as she helped lead the Thunderbirds to a 27-9 overall record and 12-4 league mark (KJCCC)...competing in all 36 contests, she also led the team in blocks (64) and steals (128) while dishing off a respectable 130 assists...she converted 44.1% of her shots from the field (193x438) and cashed in on 68.1 percent of her free throw attempts (47x69)... the Thunderbirds won the 2011 Region VI Championship and placed 8th in the NJCAA Women's Championship...Wischer was selected 2011 Region VI First Team, as well as being named to the 2011 Region VI All-Tournament Team...additionally, she was named to the league's All-Academic Team...during her freshman year she averaged 4.9 ppg and 3.5 rpg.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played basketball at Methodist Ladies College in Melbourne, Australia.
PERSONAL: Klara Wischer is the daughter of Rosemary Martyn and David Wischer... chose to attend USD for its great basketball program, athletic reputation, beautiful campus and the outstanding year-round weather...she chose USD over the following schools that recruited her - Wyoming, Creighton, Colorado State, Missouri-Kansas City, and Kent State...besides basketball, she enjoys to travel and experience different cultures.
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