Record-Courier staff report
Ravenna High School graduate Amy Stefansic, a member of the Ravens' Class of 1998, will be inducted into the Malone University Athletics Hall of Fame on Feb. 8.
Stefansic graduated from Malone in 2002 with a major in physical education. She was a four-year letterwinner on the Pioneers' women's basketball team.
The small forward became the first NAIA All-American in Malone school history, when she was named to the Third Team during her 2001-02 senior season. Stefansic remains just one of two women's basketball players to have earned All-American Status. She was joined by Nikki Parson, who was honored in 2005-06 and 2006-07.
Stefansic remains ninth all-time on Malone's scoring list with 1,355 points. Through her career, she posted a 11.8 points per game average and also shot an impressive 53.5 percent for her career from the floor. Stefansic was dominant in rebounding as well and stills ranks fourth all-time at Malone with 914 rebounds for an average of 7.9 per game.
She was voted to the First Team All-AMC as both a junior and senior and was the team's most valuable player as a senior.
The Pioneers' record during Stefansic's four years with the program was 81-36.
Stefansic went on to earn a Master's degree in Business and Sport Managment in 2011 at Alabama's Columbia Southern University. She is currently a physical education teacher at Winton Woods High School located in Cincinnati. She lives in Mason, Ohio.