32 Emily Kuipers
Emily Kuipers
Height: 6-0
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Spokane, Wash.
High School: University HS
Position: Post
Major: Undecided

Career Game-by-Game Statistics

Kuipers in the Regis Career Record Book:

  • 15th in 3-Pointers Made (62)
  • 15th in 3-Point Percentage (.354)
  • 16th in 3-Pointers Attempted (175)

Kuipers in the Regis Season Record Book:

  • 17th in 3-Point Percentage (.387 - 2008-09)


  • 2008-09 RMAC Academic All-Conference Honor Roll


  • Third leading scorer on the team at 9.3 points per game
  • Led the team in rebounding at 5.2 per game
  • Second on the team connecting on 43 three-point baskets
  • Hit on 38.7 percent of her long-distance bombs (43-111)
  • Played in 25 games earning 21 starts
  • Second on the team averaging 27.5 minutes per game
  • Second on the team with nine blocked shots
  • Ninth in the RMAC in three-point field goal percentage (38.7)
  • Also ranked 10th in the RMAC in three pointers made per game (1.72)
  • Pumped in season-high 23 points on 7-of-11 shooting from three-point range while grabbing six rebounds in win over Chadron St. on February 7th
  • Finished the season hitting on 11-of-18 (.611) from three-point range while averaging 15.3 points per game over the three-game span


  • Redshirted


  • Appeared in 29 games for the Rangers making four starts
  • Shot 35.7 percent from the field and 28.8 from the three point line
  • Averaged 3.8 points per game
  • Made 15 three pointers
  • Collected 54 rebounds
  • Had five double-digit scoring games
  • Scored 12 points all three pointers (4-6) against #8 St. Cloud State on December 2nd
  • Scored a season high 13 points going 3-4 from the three point line on December 8th against Adams State


  • Played in 21 games, making one start
  • Averaged 2.4 points per game and 1.4 rebounds per game while playing in 7.7 minutes per game
  • Shot 41.7 percent (25 of 60) from the floor

High School:

  • A 2005 graduate of University High School in Spokane, Washington
  • A three-year starter and letterwinner in basketball
  • An Honorable Mention All-League selection following her junior and senior seasons
  • A two-time recipient of the Sportsmanship Award (2004, 2005)
  • Presented with the 2004 WIAA Sportsmanship Award
  • Led UHS to a runner-up finish at Regionals and an appearance at State in 2004
  • Guided her squad to the GSL title, a Regional championship and sixth place at State in 2005
  • Competed all four years on the cross country team, earning three letters
  • A member of the National Honor Society
  • University High School was an Academic state champion


  • Parents are Mark and Brenda Kuipers
  • Brother is Anthony
  • Undecided on a major