The 10 honors were the most of any Big Ten women's basketball team.
Minnesota student-athletes well represented on Winter Academic All-Big Ten Teams
The women's basketball team honored numerous players at its annual awards banquet.
Kionna Kellogg registered a double-double with 10 points and 13 rebounds vs. the Badgers.
The contest at Williams Arena will tip off at 7:00 p.m.
Get to know Gopher basketball player Amanda Dvorak.
2011-12 Junior Season: Saw action in 23 games for the Gophers earned a spot on the Academic All-Big Ten Team finished the season tied for sixth on the team with seven blocked shots led the Gophers in blocks in five different games scored a season-high six points on 3-of-4 shooting vs. Bradley in the WBI quarterfinals (3/18) totaled one point and one rebound vs. Charleston Southern in the WBI first round (3/16) had two points and two rebounds vs. Wisconsin at the Big Ten Tournament (3/1) went 1-for-2 from the free throw line in eight minutes at No. 11/15 Penn State (2/26) played four minutes at Iowa (2/9) had four points and four rebounds vs. Penn State (2/5) posted four points, three rebounds, a block and her first-career assist vs. Wisconsin (1/26) pulled down four rebounds vs. Purdue (1/12) had five points and three rebounds at Northwestern (1/5) tallied a season-high six rebounds vs. Indiana (1/2) scored two points at Purdue (12/30) tallied three rebounds and scored two points vs. Alcorn State in the Best Buy Classic (12/11) grabbed a rebound vs. Harvard (12/10) had two points and a rebound vs. Air Force (12/7) played three minutes vs. No. 1/1 Baylor in the Big 12/Big Ten Challenge posted a season-high four points on 2-of-2 shooting from the floor and added two rebounds in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge at Wake Forest (12/1) pulled down three rebounds and scored two points vs. North Dakota State in the Subway Classic Championship Game (11/25) tallied three rebounds and one point vs. Binghamton (11/19) had one rebound vs. No. 14 Florida State at the WBI Tip Off Classic (11/12)
2010-11 Sophomore Season: Played in 11 games for the Gophers averaged 1.9 points and 1.9 rebounds per game her averages increased to 2.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per game in Big Ten play made 8-of-14 (.571) field goals in conference games had four points and three rebounds at Northwestern (2/20) had a career-high 10 points, making 5-of-5 field goals, and tied her career-high with seven rebounds at #12 Michigan State (1/23) scored two points, pulled down a career-high seven rebounds, and added a blocked shot in a career-high 20 minutes at Wisconsin (1/9) pulled down her first two rebounds and scored three points in a career-high 10 minutes played against Dayton (11/21) scored her first two career points and blocked her first career shot in the win against Milwaukee at the Subway Classic (11/20) played in her first career game against Northern Illinois (11/13).
2009-10 Freshman Season: Did not play
High School: A 2009 graduate of Hinckley-Finlayson High School owns the distinction of being the tallest player to ever compete in the Minnesota High School State Tournament a three-time All-Great River Conference honoree finished her high school career with 1,809 points, 1,106 rebounds and 515 blocked shots averaged 25.0 points and 11.5 rebounds per game as a senior scored 49 points in a game versus East Central High School averaged 20.2 points and 11.4 rebounds in her junior season of 2007-08 also earned varsity letters in volleyball, softball and band an honor student played her AAU ball for the Minnesota Stars coached by Tim Hested.
Personal: Born Aug. 17, 1991 majoring in youth studies daughter of Brian and Linda Dvorak has a younger brother Ethan hobbies include playing the clarinet.
Marlene Stollings Basketball Camps Registration Open
There are camp options for ages 5-18 to be held at Williams Arena, the home of the Golden Gophers.
Tour the Practice Facility with Coach Stollings
The Golden Gophers' state-of-the-art Athletes Village project is scheduled for completion in January 2018.
Kelley Signs, Zahui B. Recognized
Young Golden Gophers alumnae have been in the news lately as the next WNBA season approaches.