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#22 Ketty Cornemann
Position: Forward
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Yankton, S.D.
High School: Yankton High School
Experience: 3 Letters

Ketty returns for her second season in the starting lineup

2008-09
Honored on all-Summit League Second Team ... one of only two Jackrabbits to start all 35 games this season ... tallied double figures in scoring 13 times, including career-high 23 points with nine rebounds in win at UMKC (1/19) ... notched 20 points on 3-of-5 shooting from long range against Summit League foe Oral Roberts (Okla.) (12/6) ... averaged 15.0 points per game in weekend home sweep of UMKC and Southern Utah ... scored 16 points on 6-of-6 shooting from the field, including 3-of-3 on threes, versus UMKC (2/14), then added 14 points and six rebounds against Southern Utah (2/16) ... tied for fourth on team in rebounding (3.1 rpg) and three-pointers made (32), while ranking fifth with a scoring average of 8.2 points per game

2007-08
Ketty provided a consistent scoring punch down the strectch for the Jackrabbits ... reached double figures in scoring in each of the last seven games, including career-high 20 points in home win over North Dakota State (2/23) ... made 18-of-29 three-point attempts (62.1 percent) over last seven games ... started hot-shooting streak by going 5-for-5 from three-point range en route to 19 points as Jackrabbits defeated IUPUI at Frost Arena (2/11) ... tallied 13 points in WNIT matchup with Creighton, making 3-of-4 three-point attempts (3/20) ... began season with 19-point, four-assist night against Arkansas State (11/9) ... was named to all-tournament team at George Washington Thanksgiving Classic after scoring 13 points against George Washington (11/23) and posting first career double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds in win over Southern Illinois (11/24) ... then missed a month due to injury, returning in home win against Northern Iowa (12/29) ... marked return to starting lineup with 12-point, three-rebound performance against UMKC  (1/21) ... in all, scored in double figures 14 times ... ranked second on squad in three-point percentage, 44 percent, and third in scoring average at 10.1 points per game ... honored on Academic All-Summit League Team and Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence

2006-07
Played in all 31 games with one start ... logged season-high 30 minutes in start at North Dakota State, a game in which she scored eight points and tallied two steals ... scored in double figures three times, starting with 10-point afternoon against Southwest Minnesota State (11/19) ... was 3-for-4 from the field en route to eight points versus Baylor (Texas) (11/25) ... sparked the Jackrabbits off the bench with 14 points on 6-of-11 shooting from the field in narrow victory at Utah Valley State (1/25) ... matched season high with 14 points in home victory over North Dakota State (2/23) ... grabbed season-high seven rebounds in 20 minutes of action against NJIT (2/8) ... scored in all three WNIT games, including nine points to go along with four rebounds in win over Indiana (3/22)

HIGH SCHOOL
Earned all-state honors in four sports at Yankton High School ... lettered four times in basketball, playing on three state tournament teams for coach Doug Pesicka ... named to state tourney all-tournament teams in 2005 and 2006 ... received the Spirit of Su Award at state tournament in 2006, when Yankton placed fourth ... runner-up for Miss Basketball award ... earned all-Eastern South Dakota honors, as well as all-state honors after averaging 14 points per game ... at club level, played on South Dakota Elite squad for two years ... in volleyball, earned second-team all-state honors as a sophomore, then was a first-team selection her junior and senior seasons ... selected as South Dakota Gatorade Player of the Year ... played on state championship volleyball team as a senior ... lettered five times in track and field, winning state titles in the discus as a junior and senior ... also was state runner-up in the discus as a sophomore and placed at the state meet in the shot put as a junior ... lettered five times and earned all-state honors in soccer ... member of the National Honor Society ... father, Dave, was an NCAA Division II national champion in wrestling at SDSU in 1984