Three-year letter winner for the Blue Hens • two-time team captain • three-time CAA Academic Honor Roll selection • CAA Dean Ehlers Leadership Award recipient (2014) • Allstate WBCA Good Works Team® selection (2015) • has accepted a position with the highly-selective Teach for America program; will teach in Orlando, Fla. following graduation • appeared in 94 games over four seasons for the Hens • helped guide UD to an overall mark of 98-34 while going 54-23 in the CAA with two league titles and three postseason berths • finished career 14th in school history with 56 blocked shots.
Team captain • took part in Final Four festivities as one of just five NCAA Division I women’s basketball student-athletes selected for the Allstate WBCA Good Works Team®, which pays tribute to college basketball players for their impressive commitment to giving back to the community and positively impacting the lives of those around them • saw time in 31 games while starting nine • ranked ninth in the CAA with 1.0 blocks per game • earned first career start Nov. 25 vs. Fordham • posted a career-best nine points at Vermont (Nov. 29) • tallied nine rebounds at Temple (Dec. 3) and at William & Mary (Feb. 13) • also tied career-high with five blocked shots against the Tribe • played career-best 34 minutes against UNCW (Feb. 8) • CAA All-Academic Team • Roy Timmer Unsung Hero Award.
Team captain • earned the prestigious CAA Dean Ehlers Leadership Award, which is presented annually to a men’s and women’s basketball student-athlete who embodies the highest standards of leadership, integrity and sportsmanship in conjunction with academic athletic achievement • finished season on a high note by collecting a career-high five blocked shots while tying a career-best with 21 minutes played in addition to two points scored at Rutgers in the first round of the WNIT on March 20 • saw action in 24 games • recorded two points and two rebounds in season-opener at Rhode Island on Nov. 8 • National College Athlete Honor Society member.
Saw action in 29 games for Delaware while averaging 1.7 rebounds, 0.7 points, 0.4 blocks in 6.7 minutes of play per contest • played 12 minutes and registered one blocked shot over two games in the Blue Hens’ run in the NCAA Tournament • dished out first career assist in win at Towson (2/7) • played a career-high 21 minutes in conference opening win over George Mason (1/10) in addition to tying career-highs of seven rebounds and two blocks • posted seven rebounds in championship game of the Blue Sky Classic against Duquesne (12/30) • marked first career free throw in win at Rhode Island (12/5) • tied career-high four points and added five rebounds and two blocks in 16 minutes of play at Duquesne (11/14) • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.
Appeared in 10 games for the Blue Hens, playing 44 total minutes • totaled eight points and 11 rebounds on the year • recorded two points and two rebounds during her collegiate debut in the win over Rhode Island (11/11) • grabbed three rebounds, scored two points, and added a block during the victory vs. Yale (12/5) • scored four points and grabbed two rebounds during the win vs. UNCW (1/12) • pulled down two boards during the victory at Georgia State (2/12) • totaled two rebounds and one block during the CAA Tournament • named to CAA Academic Honor Roll.
Two-sport athlete in basketball and volleyball • four year member of the basketball squad and two year volleyball player and Northport High School on Long Island • played center all four years for Richard Castellano • helped squad to a 19-1 record in 2010-11 and a League II Championship • named to all-academic, All-Suffolk County and League II teams • team went 15-2 in her junior season while she earned All-Suffolk County and League II Team honors • won four varsity letters in basketball at Northport and was a member of the Long Island Lutheran Middle and High School teams as an eighth grader • member of the National Honor Society and World Language Honor Society • served as Future Educators of America president • landed on the honor roll every year.
Stephanie Radke Leon • born August 8, 1993 • daughter of William and Virginia Leon • has one older sister, Chelsea, and one younger sister, Charlotte • selected the University of Delaware for its strong academics, as well as the team’s family unit mentality with a supportive coaching staff • began playing basketball when she was five years old • influenced by her trainer Jerry Powell for pushing her to work hard and his knowledge of basketball • majoring in international relations with a minor in African Studies and leadership at Delaware • worked in the UD Office for International Students and Scholars.
Points: 4 at Vermont, 11/29/14
Field Goals: 3 – 3x, last at William & Mary, 2/13/15
Field Goal Att.: 6 vs. UNCW, 2/8/15
3-pt. Field Goals: n/a
3-pt. Field Goals Att.: n/a
Free Throws: 3 at Vermont, 11/29/14
Free Throw Att.: 5 at Vermont, 11/29/14
Rebounds: 9 – 2x, last at William & Mary, 2/13/15
Assists: 2 – 5x, last at Northeastern, 1/11/15
Blocks: 5 – 2x, last at William & Mary, 2/13/15
Steals: 1 – 12x, last vs. Northeastern, 3/12/15
Minutes: 34 vs. UNCW, 2/8/15