35* - Alisa Apo
Alisa Apo
Height: 5-9
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Freehold, NJ
High School: St. John Vianney
Position: G

2010-11: Recorded a double-double with 16 points and 10 rebounds in the Pioneers opening night win against Saint Peter’s...Scored double digits in each of the Pioneers games in the Bahamas posting 15 against Auburn and 13 versus Boston College...Exploded for 22 points on eight-of-11 shooting in just 25 minutes of action in the Pioneers 72-33 rout of Siena...Suffered a season ending injury in the final play of the first half against Harvard.

2009-10: Named to All-Northeast Conference first team for the second consecutive season...Held to just eight points in season-opening loss at Columbia; she had just one game in 2008-09 under double digits...Finished with a career-high nine turnovers against Villanova...Dished out a career-high 12 assists in a win over Harvard...Hit 17-of-22 at the free throw line, playing all 40 minutes, all career-high marks, at Stony Brook; scoring a season-high 28 points in the win over the Seawolves...Made six-of-14 and seven-of-nine at the line on her way to 20 pts with six assists against Fairfield...26 pts, with nine field goals tying her career-high, to go with five boards, eight assists and four steals vs. Yale...21 points at Siena...Held under double digits (8 pts) for second time this season and just the third time in last 47 games against Wagner...Took a career-high 18 shots scoring 14 points in a home loss to Central CT State...Tied her career high with eight rebounds vs. Bryant, adding 17 points, nine assists and a steal to her totals...Made 10-of-11 at the free throw line on the way to 20 points while matching her career-high with eight rebounds at the Mount...19 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists and a block in a win at Wagner...15 points, seven assists against just one turnover with three steals in win over Quinnipiac...5th 20 point game of the season, scoring 20 points against LIU; first game this season not going to the free throw line while matching her career-high with nine field goals...Took a career-high 20 shots in loss to St. Francis (NY)...Recorded her eighth 20-point game this season with 23 points before fouling out at Monmouth.

2008-09: The 2008-09 Northeast Conference Player of the Year...Just the second player in NEC history to earn Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year honors as a freshman then sophomore (Jess Zinobile - Saint Francis-PA)...Named to the All-NEC First Team along with teammate Kaitlin Sowinski, the first SHU duo to earn first team honors in the same season...Awarded three Choice Hotels NEC Player of the Week awards during the regular season...She ranked in the top-five among league leaders in five different categories...Apo led Sacred Heart in scoring and was fifth in the NEC averaging 16.9 points per game while helping to guide the league's top offense (69.2 ppg)...She also led the team in assists with 135 (4.09 apg) and was one of the league's best at protecting the basketball finishing third in assists to turnover ratio (135 asst/98 to)...She ranked fifth in both three-point percentage, hitting 38.5% (60-156) from behind the arc, and sixth in three-point makes per game at 1.82 per outing...She was also lethal at the free throw line where she ranked secondin trips to thecharity stripe with 184 while making 83.2% (153-184) to rank fifth in the NEC while also setting a new school record for a season...Scored indouble digits in all but one gamelast season and was the Pioneers leading scorer in 15 games...Her557 points ranksthird in the SHU record books for points in a season while her 16.9 scoring average ranked eighth...Her 60 three-point field goals was the fourth highest total for a season all-time while her 135 assists also was the fourth highest single season total in school history...Had six 20 point games and a 30-point game...Hit for a career-high 31 points on 9-of-16 from the field and4-of-6 from three against Lehigh (11/25/08)...Finished with 27 points, her NEC high of the year, hitting 8-of-10 in a home win over Robert Morris...Matched her NEC high with 27 points in a win at Saint Francis-PA (2/14/09)...Scored 22 points iwth nine assists to help beat Binghamton (12/30/08), starting a school record 21-game winning streak.

2007-08: The 2007-08 Northeast Conference Rookie of the Year...She started 22 of the 30 games at the shooting guard position...Named to the All-NEC Rookie team...Four time winner of the Choice Hotels NEC Rookie of the Week Award...Led all NEC rookies averaging 12.3 points per game...Ranked 11th among NEC scoring leaders...Averaged 3.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.0 steals per game on the year...Shot 41.7% (116-278) from the field and 43.3% (45-104) from behind the arc...A 77.1% (91-118) free throw shooter, ranking 5th in the league...Ranked 3rd in the NEC in three-point shooting percentage (43.3%) and 10th in three-point field goals made (1.50 per game)...Had 64 assists and 31 steals...Has six 20-plus point games on the year...Scored a season-high 24 points in back-to-back home wins over Fairleigh Dickinson (1/21/08) and Quinnipiac (1/26/08)...Made 10-of-10 at the free throw line in that win over the Knights...Had 23 points on four-of-five from behind the arc with five rebounds on the road at Robert Morris...Won the NEC Rookie of the Week award for three-straight weeks in January, a span of five games where she averaged 21.2 points per game and hit 13 three's...Pulled down a season-best eight rebounds against Princeton (12/22/07) and Mount St. Mary's (1/19/08)...Scored 20 points with six rebounds and five assists in the NEC Tournament against Monmouth (3/8/08).

High School: Attended St. John Vianney High School in Holmdel, New Jersey...A four year member of the basketball and soccer teams...Named team captain of the basketball team under head coach Dawn Karpell...Named the 2007 Monmouth County Player of the Year by the Newark Star Ledger...2007 Shore Conference Player of the Year and an All-State second team selection...Named to the all-conference team as a senior after finishing second in the league in scoring...Led her team to a Division Championship in 2004, 2005 and 2007 and the Shore Conference title in 2004 and 2005...Her team was the 2005 state championship runner-up...Named to the all-conference second team as a junior...She was selected to the New Jersey Freshman/Sophomore team in both 2004 and 2005...Also an all-conference pick on the soccer field wiled leading her team to the 2005 and 2007 Division Championship...A National Honor Society student who graduated ranked 22nd in her class.

Personal: Alisa Apo Born: 6/27/89. Parent's: Allan and Elizabeth Apo Siblings: Regan and Jeremy Apo Major: Undecided. Favorite Team: New York Giants. Favorite Professional Athletes: Steve Nash and Dwayne Wade. Favorite Movie: How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Favorite TV Show: Friends. Favorite Food: Baked Ziti. Her sister Regan is her role model because of her tremendous work ethic. If she could have diner with one person in the world (dead or alive) it would be her favorite singer, Bob Marley.