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#4 Rachael Hencke
Position: Forward
Height: 6'1"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Grafton, Wisc.
High School: Grafton
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updated through the end of 2012 season

2011-12: Appeared in all 31 games during her senior season, starting two ... finished fifth on team with an average of 5.1 points per game ... scored in double figures in four games this season ... scored 13 points in victory over Indiana (Nov. 22) ... led team with 17 points in win over Iona (Dec. 2) ... recorded 13 points at Bowling Green (Feb. 25) ... made first start of season and scored 12 points vs. Ohio (Feb. 28), hitting the game-winning shot in the final five seconds to give the RedHawks a 51-49 victory.

2010-11: Appeared in 29 games, making 25 starts ... ranked fourth on the team with an average of 9.2 points per game ... scored in double figures in 12 games during season ... was team's most accurate three-point shooter, hitting 43.6 percent (24-for-55) of her treys ... was second on team in free throw percentage, hitting 81.0 percent (68-for-84) from the charity stripe ... tied for second on the RedHawks with 24 blocks ... scored 11 points and had six rebounds against Duquesne (Nov. 24) ... brought in season-high eight rebounds in win at Wright State (Dec. 1) ... followed that up with 18 points in win over Marshall (Dec. 6) ... scored 18 points and was a perfect 3-for-3 from behind the arc in win at Northeastern (Dec. 19) ... had season-high three blocks in two different games, first against Ohio (Jan. 18) and then against Toledo (Feb. 5) ... scored a season-high 19 points at Ohio (Mar. 2).

2009-10: Appeared in 28 games, making 26 starts ... ranked third on the team with an average of 9.6 points per game ... also ranked third with an average of 4.0 rebounds per game ... ranked second on the team in free throw percentage, hitting 81.1 percent (90-for-111) from the charity stripe ... reached double figures in 15 of the 28 games she played in ... ranked second on the team with 30 blocks, which ties for 10th on the Miami single-season list ... opened season with 16-point effort in win vs. Bucknell (Nov. 14) ... recorded first career 20-point game vs. Eastern Illinois (Dec. 30) ... set new career high with 24 points on perfect 10-for-10 shooting in the 96-51 win over Northern Illinois (Jan. 27) ... also was perfect from three-point range (2-for-2) and from the free throw line (2-for-2) against the Huskies ... reached the 20-point mark one final time in win at Eastern Michigan (Feb. 10) ... hit career-high four three-point baskets at Kent State (Feb. 13) ... reached season high of nine rebounds twice, vs. Ohio (Jan. 13) and at Toledo (Jan. 23) ... also recorded a career-high four steals in game against Rockets ... set career-high with five assists at Ohio (Feb. 23) ... had career-high 37 minutes played vs. Bowling Green (Jan. 19).

2008-09: One of only five players and the only freshman to see action in all 31 games ... made six starts including the last four regular season games and both games in the MAC Tournament ... tallied six double-digit scoring games, including a season-high 17-point performance on 6-of-9 shooting against Akron (Feb. 25) in her first career start ... was also a perfect 5-of-5 on free throw attempts in that start ... notched her first career double-double in the final regular season game against Buffalo (Mar. 7) with 10 points and 10 assists ... played double-digit minutes 17 times during the season, averaging 12.3 minutes overall and 14.1 minutes in conference play ... led all freshmen in defensive rebounds, bringing down 55 ... led the team with 27 blocks, adding four three-block games against Ohio (Jan. 21 and Feb. 28), Kent State (Feb. 22) and No. 25 Bowling Green (Mar. 4) ... was named the team's co-Most Improved Player along with Lillian Pitts.

High School: A four-year letterwinner for Grafton High School in Grafton, Wisc. ... named Miss Wisconsin Basketball as a senior in 2008, as well as Wisconsin Gatorade Player of the Year ... named first team all-state by both the Associated Press and the W.B.C.A. ... McDonald's High School All-American Finalist ... Wendy's High School Heisman Finalist ... led team in scoring all four years, winning three team MVP awards ... led team to Division II state title as a junior in 2007 ... coached by Robert Maronde ... was a member of the varsity swim team for three years ... named to Wisconsin Academic All-State team for the 2007-08 school year.

Personal: Daughter of Roxanne and Mitch Hencke ... has a December birthday ... majoring in exercise science ... plans to attend medical school to become Doctor of Sports Medicine.