|High School:||Paul VI H.S.|
#12 Blair Koniszewski - Career Stats
2012-13: Came off the bench to appear in all 33 games in her junior campaign… Finished the season averaging 21.5 minutes, 9.5 points, 2.7 rebounds, 1.3 assists, 1.5 steals and 0.2 blocks per game… Second on the team shooting 33.2% from the three-point range… Set career-highs knocking down six field goals and five three-pointers on Nov. 24 against Seattle University in the Washington Dental Seattle University Thanksgiving Tournament… Pulled down a career-high 7 rebounds on Dec. 17 in the Pioneers’ 55-38 win over Manhattan… On Feb. 2, she lit up the board with a career-best 26 points in SHU’s 58-50 win at Mount St. Mary’s… Earned her first Choice Hotels/NEC Player of the Week award on Feb. 5 after she averaged 20 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists over the weekend as the Pioneers picked up wins on the road against Mount St. Mary’s and Wagner… Was third in the NEC averaging 2.13 three-pointers per game, 12th with a 33.3 three-point field goal percentage and 27th in scoring (9.4 ppg)…
2011-12: Notched 12 points, going 4-11 with three treys in 26 minutes in her first collegiate start against Mount St. Mary’s on January 28... Knocked down a trey that started the run to bring the Poineers back from an 18-point deficit. Recorded a career high 18 points and career high five three pointers in the 71-64 win...Set a career high with six assists at Saint Francis (PA) on January 16...Appeared in all 33 games and started four.
2010-11: Recorded four rebounds and hit a three-pointer in ten minutes of action against Boston College in the Bahamas...Posted a career high six points in a 72-33 win over Siena at home in the Pitt Center...Sank three treys en route to reestablishing her career high at 11 points in the Pioneers 70-52 victory over Wagner.
High School: Graduated from Paul VI High School in Fairfax, VA...A four year member of the varsity basketball team...Served as team captain in her junior season…Named team most valuable player in her senior year…MVP of Virginia Independent Schools State tournament as a sophomore...First team All-WCAC (Washington Catholic Athletic Conference) selection during her senior season as well as earning second team honors as a junior… Her 103 three-point field goals as a senior lead all players, male and female, in the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia metropolitan areas… In 2009-10 she led her team to a school record 23 wins and the Virginia Independent Schools Girl's Basketball Association State Championship for the fourth-straight season.