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Cass Bauer-Bilodeau | 34
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Position:  F
Born: 06/27/72
Height: 6-4 /  1,93
Weight: 180  lbs. / 81,6  kg.
College: Montana State '94

Averaged 1.7 ppg (.298 FG%, --- 3PT%, .600 FT%), 1.6 rpg, 0.04 apg, 0.08 spg, 0.2 bpg and 9.3 mpg in 25 games played for the Monarchs (started two)...Notched a season-high six points versus Utah on 6/22 and posted a career-high six rebounds versus New York on 6/13...Played a career-high 27 minutes at Houston on 6/9.

recorded first points as a Mystic (2) at Detroit on 6/14/...Pulled down season-high two rebounds at Miami (8/5/01)...on 6/25 at Minnesota, recorded one point off a free throw and pulled down one rebounds in five minutes of play...on 7/3 vs. Seattle, played five minutes and recorded one rebound...Placed on the injured list with a right knee strain on 5/29, activated on 6/13...Returned to injured list on 7/10 with right knee strain, activated on 7/30.

For the Charlotte Sting: Played 29 games, starting 18 due to injuries to Shalonda Enis and Rhonda map...Averaged 2.6 points and 1.6 rebounds on the season while hitting 85.7% of her free throw attempts...Over her last 12 games, averaged 4.4 points and 3.3 rebounds... Scored a career-high nine points vs. Minnesota on 8/8, and tied her career rebound high of five on five occasions.

For the Charlotte Sting: Averaged 1.3 points and 0.8 rebounds in 25 games...Scored a season-high six points on 3-6 shooting vs. Phoenix on 6/24...Grabbed a season-high five rebounds vs. Utah on 7/19...Playoffs: Strained her right MCL in practice the day before Charlotte’s first round win over Detroit...Was placed on the Injured List for the duration of the playoffs.

Is the ABL’s free throw percentage leader (87.5% 147-168)...1998-99 Averaged 7.4 points and 4.1 rebounds in 12 games for the Philadelphia Rage...Hit 52.6% of her field goal attempts (30-57) and 85.3% of her free throw attempts (29-34)...Suffered a torn right MCL during a shootaround prior to a Dec. 11, 1998 game...was ranked seventh in league free throw percentage at the time of the ABL’s demise...1997-98 Averaged 4.8 points and 2.9 rebounds for the Long Beach Stingrays...1996-97 Averaged 2.7 points and 1.2 rebounds for the ABL Champions Columbus Quest...Hit 93.0 percent of her free throw attempts (40-43)... Overseas: Played in Shopron, Hungary in the spring of 1999 where her team won the league Championship.

A two-time Honorable Mention All-American (1992-1993) while at Montana State...In 1992-93 she became the first Montana State player to earn Big Sky player-of-the-year honors...Named Big Sky Tournament MVP in 1993...Named All Big Sky First Team as a sophomore, junior and senior...Averaged 20.9 points and 10.0 rebounds as a senior while hitting 80.3% of her free throw attempts (179-223) and blocking 32 shots (second most in school history)...Averaged a conference leading 18.1 points and 8.6 rebounds as a junior while hitting 50.9% of her field-goal attempts and school record 84.2% of her free throw attempts (181-215)...Finished her collegiate career ranked third in scoring (1,419), third in rebounds (738), eighth in field goal percentage (46.9), second in free throw attempts (593) and free throw percentage (80.4) and third in blocked shots (56)...Majored in nursing and is pursuing her master’s degree in sports administration.


  • Full name is Cassandra Sue Bauer-Bilodeau
  • Married her long time boyfriend Brent Bilodeau on August 26, 2000 in Billings, Montana
  • Brent is a professional hockey player in the ECHL.
  • The youngest of six children
  • Her sister Alaina also played basketball at Montana State (1986-91)
  • Three other older sisters played collegiate basketball: Michol, Stephanie, and Emily
  • Emily is now an assistant coach at Northern Illinois University and Alaina is a high school coach in Houston, Texas
  • Has one brother, Nick
  • Lived in Johnstown Pennsylvania last off-season where husband Brent played for the Johnstown Chiefs of the ECHL
  • Worked several days a week at UPMC Lee Hospital on the Medical/Surgical floor as a registered nurse last off-season
  • In February 2002 she began volunteering in the Chiefs front office to gain corporate sales experience and learn about the day-to-day operations of a professional sports franchise.