• Biography - Viive Rebane / Women's Basketball
bu athletes
bu athletes    Class   Senior
bu athletes    Position   Forward
bu athletes    Height   6-0
bu athletes    Hometown   Tallinn, Estonia
bu athletes    High School   Audentes School
 
   

Junior Season (2010-11): A second team America East All-Conference selection ... named to the America East All-Academic team ... twice awarded with the America East Player of the Week (12/20, 2/8) ... was second on the squad with 11.8 points per game (10th in conference) ... finished first in the conference with a .490 field goal percentage (151-of-308) ... ranked first on the team and fourth in the conference with 8.5 rebounds per game ... averaged a team leading 9.6 rebounds in conference games (good for second in the America East) ... led the team with 1.1 blocks per game (which was also seventh in the conference) and fourth on the team with 1.4 steals per contest ... reached double figures in scoring 19 times, in rebounding 11 times and recorded a team-best six double-doubles ... scored a career-high 22 points to go along with 11 rebounds against New Hampshire on Feb. 6 ... recorded a team-high 19 points and 13 rebounds in a victory over Boston Univ. on Feb. 23 ... grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds against Hartford on Feb. 17 ... poured in 20 points in the America East quarterfinals win against New Hampshire on March 4 ... recorded a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds in the America East semifinals against Boston Univ. on March 6 ... was one of two Binghamton players to start in all 31 games ... ... named to the America East Conference Academic Honor Roll.


Sophomore Season (2009-10):
Appeared in 30 games with 28 starts ... ranked first on the team and seventh in the America East with 7.1 rebounds per game ... was fourth on the squad with 8.2 points per game and 9.4 points in conference games ... ranked second on the team and eighth in the conference with a .417 field goal percentage (30-of-101) ... was first on the team with 1.0 blocks per game (which was also seventh in the conference) and 1.6 steals per contest ... reached double figures in scoring 11 times, in rebounding seven times and recorded a team-best four double-doubles ... scored a career-high 20 points against New Hampshire on Jan. 24 ... turned in a 19-point, 11-rebound performance against Albany on Jan. 30 ... had 14 points, five steals and tied a career high with 15 rebounds against Boston Univ. on Jan. 7 ... scored 12 points and finished with 13 rebounds against Fordham on Dec. 28 ... grabbed 13 rebounds against Stony Brook ... blocked three shots against Sacred Heart on Dec. 21 and against Cornell on Jan. 4 ... named to the 2010 America East Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman Season (2008-09): Named to the America East All-Rookie Team ... the America East Rookie of the Week for Feb. 9-15 ... ranked fourth on the team in scoring (8.0 ppg.), second in rebounding (5.7 rpg.) and first in steals (1.8 spg.) ... averaged 11.0 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals during the America East Tournament ... led the Bearcats in scoring five times and in rebounding eight times ... recorded a pair of double-doubles ... ranked 10th in the conference in rebounding and tied for fifth in steals ... also ranked sixth in the America East with a .456 field goal percentage (99-of-217) ... scored a career-high 16 points vs. Albany on Jan. 10 ... turned in a 15-point, 15-rebound performance at Stony Brook on Feb. 14 ... had 11 points, 11 rebounds and three steals against Boston in the America East semifinals on March 14 ... was one of three Binghamton players to start in all 31 games ... named to the 2009 America East Academic Honor Roll.

Before Binghamton:
Played the last two years in the Estonian Championship League ... played for first-place Tallinna and averaged 14.0 points, 8.2 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 2.4 assists per game during the 2007-08 season ... named the MVP of the 2008 Estonian Championship League finals.

Personal: Born Parents are Juri and Kaie Rebane ... majoring in psychology ... inducted into the National College Athlete Honors Society in April 2010.