McKenna Hofschild

Year: 2023
Award: Career Achievement
Location/Affiliation: Colorado State University

  • Mountain West Preseason Player of the Year
  • Average 23 points per game

Entering her final season at CSU, McKenna Hofschild had monstrous expectations. Having been named an AP All-American following her junior season, McKenna began her final chapter as the Mountain West Conference Preseason Player of the Year. And she didn’t disappoint.

During her senior season at Colorado State, Hofschild averaged nearly 23 points per game and in the process surpassed the 2,000-point mark, making her the Rams second all-time leading scorer. The only player to score more in green and gold is none other than Becky Hammon. While Hammon may have CSU’s scoring record, it’s McKenna who owns the top spot when it comes to assists – a record she established as a junior. By averaging more than seven assists per game, McKenna put her own record practically out of reach for the foreseeable future. Standing at just 5-foot-2, McKenna’s stature may not wow her opponents. But her accomplishments in Fort Collins are nothing short of gigantic, as she undoubtedly leaves one of the best careers in CSU women’s basketball history behind her. Welcome to the stage, the mountain west record holder in assists, McKenna Hofschild.

 

 

 

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