||Played from 2006-09
||Cedar Rapids, Iowa
||John F. Kennedy
Junior Season (2008-09)
- Appeared in 28 games with 18 starts
- Ranked first in the America East Conference with a .449 three-point field goal percentage (35-of-78)
- Reached double figures in scoring six times and led the team in scoring three times
- Ranked first on the team with a .767 free throw percentage (23-of-30)
- Scored a career-high 18 points at Colgate on Nov. 19 and against Duquesne on Nov. 25.
Sophomore Season (2007-08)
- Appeared in 29 games with 25 starts
- Ranked second on the team with 74 assists
- Reached double figures in scoring twice
- Scored a season-high 11 points and tied a season-high with five assists against New Hampshire on Jan. 19
- Also netted 10 points against UMBC on Jan. 16
- Dished out at least four assists five times.
Freshman Season (2006-07)
- Appeared in 20 games with two starts
- Dished out a career-high eight assists and recorded a career-high three steals against Colgate on Dec. 16
- Scored a season-high 11 points, tied a career high with eight assists and grabbed a career-high five rebounds against Syracuse on Dec. 30.
- A McDonald’s All-American nominee
- A four-year letterwinner at John F. Kennedy
- Named second-team Class 4A All-State as a sophomore and third team as a senior by the Iowa Girls Coaches’ Association
- Named first-team All-Mississippi Valley Conference, All-Eastern Iowa District and All-Cedar Rapids Metro Area in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons
- A two-time team captain and team MVP
- Set the John F. Kennedy school records for most assists in a season (128), most three pointers in a game (six) and highest three-point field goal percentage in a season (.510)
- Scored 1,044 career points
- Led John F.Kennedy to the state tournament twice
- Also played for the Iowa Select, the most elite AAU program in the state
- Parents are Julie and Tom Sadler
- Majored in English
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