Wilkowski led the Pipers in both scoring with 13.8 points per game
(14.0 in MIAC play) and rebounding with 7.1 boards per game (6.8 in MIAC
She finished the season fourth in the conference in MIAC scoring and sixth in rebounding.
Heinen concluded her collegiate campaign as Hamline's eighth leading
scorer all-time with 1,073 career points. She averaged 13.2 points per
game (12.8 in MIAC play) and 6.0 rebounds per game (5.5 in MIAC play)
She was ninth in the MIAC in conference scoring this season.
Schwartzhoff was named to the MIAC All-Defensive team and earned
All-MIAC honorable mention recognition. She had the sixth-best
assist-turnover ration in the conference (1.26) this season.
Schwartzhoff dished out 92 assists to lead Hamline in that category and
was fifth in the MIAC in conference assists (3.32 per game).
The MIAC also announced the third annual All-MIAC Sportsmanship team.
Members of the All-MIAC Sportsmanship team are selected by their
coaches and teammates as individuals who demonstrate ideals of positive
sportsmanship both on and off the field of competition. Schwartzhoff is
Hamline's representative to the All-Sportsmanship team.
The Pipers finished the 2008-09 season with a record of 15-11, 12-10
MIAC. They reached the MIAC playoffs for the second consecutive
season and their third in four years.