Women's Basketball



    14 Jenny DeMuth  
    Jenny DeMuth

    Class:
    RS Senior

    Hometown:
    Highland, Ind.

    High School:
    Highland

    Height:
    5-10

    Position:
    Guard/Forward


    Senior Year (2005-06)
    Finished her Hoosier career holding three school records, including career steals (230), free throws made (514) and free throws attempted (688)...Her career free throws also rank sixth all-time in the Big Ten record books...Also sits at eighth on IU's all-time scoring list with 1,542 career points, eighth in blocked shots (81) and seventh in rebounding (762)...Earned second team (coaches) and third team (media) All-Big Ten honors...Finished second on the team in scoring (13.8) and rebounding (7.1)...Started in all 33 games for IU...Scored in double figures 27 times...Handed out a season-high five assists against Wisconsin on Feb. 2...Had seven double-doubles during the year and 17 throughout her career, which ranks seventh in the record books...Netted a season-high 24 points against Eastern Michigan on Dec. 7 and Michigan State on Jan. 29...Tied her own school mark for the second-most free throws made in a game (14) on Dec. 7 vs. EMU...Tied a career-high 14 rebounds vs. the Salukis on Dec. 2...Named to the Hampton Inn Classic All-Tournament Team... Served as a 2005-06 co-captain.

    Redshirt Year (2004-05)
    Sat out the season due to torn ACL

    Junior Year (2003-04)
    Second-team All-Big Ten honoree as selected by the media, and a third-team All-Big Ten honoree as selected by the conference coaches...The highest-scoring non-senior in the Big Ten was the only conference player ranking in the top five in the Big Ten in both scoring and rebounding, ranking fifth in each category with 18.3 points per game and 7.7 rebounds per game, respectively...Enjoyed the biggest breakthrough season of any Big Ten player, as her numbers were a significant improvement from her career averages of 9.4 ppg and 5.2 rpg...Finished the season with 532 points, a mark that ranks fifth in school history...One of only four Hoosiers ever to score 530 points in a single season...DeMuth's 532 points nearly doubled her scoring output of 556 points from her freshman and sophomore season combined...Eclipsed the 1,000-point scoring mark for her career on February 19 against Michigan, becoming the 18th player and only the eighth junior in school history to accomplish the feat...Established a new single-season record with 187 free throws made...Her 229 free throws attempted stand as the second-highest total in school history...Recorded 72 steals, a mark which ranks fourth on Indiana's single-season chart...Her 18.3 points per game average was the fifth-highest single-season per-game scoring average in school history and the highest average of any player since 1988...Scored 20 or more points on 13 different occasions to go with seven double-doubles...Scored 20 or more points against seven Big Ten opponents (20 at Michigan State, Wisconsin at home against Iowa, a Big Ten-career high 26 at Iowa, 23 at Ohio State and at home against Michigan, then 23 at home vs. Michigan State), one against an SEC foe (20 points vs. Arkansas) and one against an ACC opponent (25 vs. NC State)...Earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors after her explosion in the season-opening Indiana Classic, becoming the first Hoosier to earn the honor since Jill Chapman in 2002...Established a new career high by scoring 30 points and grabbing 12 rebounds against North Texas in the championship game en route to earning Indiana Classic MVP honors...In doing so, she became only the ninth player in Indiana history to record a 30-point, 10-rebound game...Converted on eight of her 12 field goal attempts and 14 of her 15 free throw attempts against the Lady Eagles...Her 14 free throws made match her career high and stand as the second-best mark in school history...Her 15 attempts from the charity stripe also match her career high and rank as the third-highest total in school history...Also had five steals against North Texas...Earned Big Ten Player of the Week a second time after her performance against Western Illinois, scoring 27 points (24 in the second half), grabbing 11 rebounds (eight in the second half), recording five steals (all in the second half) and blocking three shots (two in the second half) to bring Indiana back from a 16-point deficit to win...With the Hoosiers trailing by 16 at 54-38 with 10:55 remaining, DeMuth reeled off 17 unanswered points to give Indiana a 55-54 lead and set up the eventual victory...An all-tournament selection at the Virgin Islands Paradise Jam, averaging 14.0 ppg and 4.5 rpg in two games against Mississippi State and Iowa State in St. Thomas...Had a 25-point, eight rebound effort at NC State...Notched a double-double with 17 points, 12 rebounds and a season-high five assists against Northwestern at Assembly Hall...Scored 22 points and set a new career high by grabbing 14 rebounds against Maine...Posted two double-doubles in the first half alone, scoring 20 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the first half against North Texas, then scoring 14 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the first half against Maine...Scored 27 points and grabbed 12 boards in Indiana's win at Virginia Commonwealth.


    Sophomore Year (2002-03)
    Established a new career high by scoring 26 points against Nevada in the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout, where she earned All-Tournament honors after finishing as the tournament's leading scorer at 20.5 points per game...Also averaged 9.0 rebounds per contest while in Alaska...Fell just one point shy of matching her career-high when she scored 25 against Iowa at Assembly Hall...Sunk 11 free-throws in that contest, marking the second time during the 2002-03 season that she connected on 10 or more free throws in a game...Had 24 points, 11 rebounds and six assists in 37 minutes against a talented Ball State squad...Established a new school record by draining all 14 of her free throw attempts against Ball State...Earned All-Tournament honors at the Hampton Inn/Fazoli's Classic...Her 21-point effort against Ohio State at Assembly Hall led the way for the Hoosiers in their upset victory...Scored 20 points and had nine rebounds with five assists and three steals against South Florida...Had 17 points and four steals at Illinois in a game in which she scored all of Indiana's first nine points on three consecutive three-pointers...Added 17 points with nine rebounds while establishing a new career-high with 38 minutes played against Northwestern...Her 15 points scored at Purdue marked her second-highest scoring total ever against a Big Ten opponent on the road.

    Freshman Year (2001-02)
    Is considered to be a key component of the future...Climbed into the starting lineup in the fourth game of the season and started every game since...Had eight rebounds, two blocks and two steals in the Hoosiers' win over Purdue in the Big Ten Tournament semifinals...Scored six points and added seven boards in the quarterfinals against Iowa...Scored 13 points and added 10 rebounds in her first collegiate start against Butler...Scored a career-high 18 points against Long Beach State...Added 17 points and collected eight rebounds in the Hoosiers' 101-53 win over Illinois State...Recorded five steals in that contest, a mark that ranks third all-time at Indiana among freshmen...Scored 15 points, collected six rebounds and had three steals in IU's win over Ohio State...Hauled in six rebounds (three offensive), had three assists and a steal off the bench in her collegiate debut against ninth-ranked Stanford on Nov. 16...Scored 10 points and grabbed nine boards against Iowa at Assembly Hall.


    Prep
    Four-year letterwinner at Highland High School, where she played for Chris Huppenthal...Two-time all-state selection...Runner-up for the Miss Basketball award in the state of Indiana as a senior...Selected as an AAU All-American...Also named to Street and Smith's All-America team...Shattered the school's career scoring record, tallying 1,829 points during her four years...Maintained a 3.0 grade point average throughout high school.


       

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