Hebard breaks Alaska record for points, rebounds, blocks at D1

January 13, 2020
Ruthy Hebard basketball

Ruthy Hebard

Ruthy Hebard of Fairbanks continues to rewrite the record book for women’s NCAA D1 college basketball players from Alaska.

The University of Oregon senior forward recently moved into the No. 1 spot for career points, career rebounds and career blocked shots.

The ultimate triple-double.

Hebard, of West Valley High fame, has been a trend setter her entire career, first as a heavily recruited high school star and now as a prolific Pac-12 power forward with the Ducks.

But now she has cemented her legacy as the top women’s college player from Alaska.

And the competition is fierce.

Eagle River’s Kelsey Griffin was the first Alaskan (man or woman) to score 2,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds.

Juneau’s Andrea Lloyd won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA.

Palmer’s Jessica Moore won three NCAA championships with UConn.

All three also played in the WNBA.

Career Points
2051 Ruthy Hebard (Fairbanks) Oregon 2016-2020
2033 Kelsey Griffin (Eagle River) Nebraska 2006-2010
1766 Jeannie Hebert (Fairbanks) Miami 1988-1992
1664 Talisa Rhea (Juneau) Oregon St/Seattle 2008-12
1596 Andrea Lloyd (Juneau) Texas 1983-87

Career Rebounds
1129 Ruthy Hebard (Fairbanks) Oregon 2016-2020
1115 Andrea Lloyd (Juneau) Texas 1983-87
1019 Kelsey Griffin (Eagle River) Nebraska 2006-2010
834 Jessica Moore (Palmer) Connecticut 2001-2005
650 Molly Tuter (Soldotna) Arizona State 1993-97

Career Blocked Shots
135 Ruthy Hebard (Fairbanks) Oregon 2016-2020
125 Jessica Moore (Palmer) Connecticut 2001-2005
120 Sylvia Bullock (Anchorage) Miami, 2008-2012
94 Kelsey Griffin (Eagle River) Nebraska 2006-2010

Career Games
145 Jessica Moore (Palmer) Connecticut 2001-2005
129 Sylvia Bullock (Anchorage) Miami, 2008-2012
129 Azella Perryman (Anchorage) Stanford, 2001-2005
127 Kelsey Griffin (Eagle River) Nebraska 2006-2010
127 Andrea Lloyd (Juneau) Texas 1983-87
126 Ruthy Hebard (Fairbanks) Oregon 2016-2020