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Niveen Rasheed - Princeton
One of the most highly decorated players in Ivy League history; two-time Ivy POY and three-time All-First-Team pick. 2012-13: WBCA All-Region and unanimous Ivy POY pick after pacing league in scoring for second straight year; also led Ivy's in steals and Tigers in rebounds and assists per game. Guided Princeton – which had never been to the NCAA Tourney prior to her arrival – to fourth straight Ivy title and a Tournament berth? Began season on the Naismith, Wooden, and Wade Watch Lists; finished as school's No. 4 all-time scorer. 2011-12: Unanimous Ivy League POY selection after pacing league in rebounding and ranking second in scoring. 2010-11: Started 12 games before being sideline for remainder of year by ACL injury. 2009-10: Ivy League Rookie of the Year and an All-Ivy First Team pick. PREP: First Monte Vista player to have her jersey retired. MISC: Targeted Stanford but visited Princeton with California AAU mate Lauren Polansky and both ultimately went east. A first-generation Palestinian-American born and raised in the Bay Area to parents who emigrated from Palestine; many members of her extended family still live in the occupied territories. "It's pretty cool breaking that stereotype," Rasheed told espnW. "A Palestinian, Muslim girl out playing basketball, family in full support."