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Quinn Wragge

Crofton, Neb.
Previous School
Crofton HS
Honors and Awards

-2018-19 Second Team All-GPAC
-2018-19 Omaha World-Herald All-Nebraska Second Team
-2018-19 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
-2017-18 First Team All-Nebraska Omaha World Herald
-2017-18 NAIA Third Team All-America
-2017-18 First Team All-GPAC
-2017-18 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
-2016-17 NAIA Honorable Mention All-America
-2016-17 First Team All-GPAC
-2015-16 First Team All-Nebraska Omaha World Herald
-2015-16 First Team All-GPAC


Quinn Wragge

Senior, 6-0

2017-18: Junior
Appeared in 37 games while starting in 36 ... averaged 13 points per game ... tallied 52 steals and 21 blocks ... ranks no. 7 nationally and leads her team in field goal percentage (.601) ... also shot .500 from behind the arc and .790 from the free throw line ... recorded 196 rebound and 69 assists ... scored a season high of 27 points in the game against Dakota Wesleyan on Nov. 18, 2017 ... joined the 1,000 point club in the game against College of Saint Mary on Nov. 29, 2017 ... named First Team All-GPAC, NAIA Third Team All-America and is a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete ... named First Team All-Nebraska Omaha World Herald. 

2016-17: Sophomore
Saw action in all 37 games while starting in 36 ... averaged 11.5 points per game ... led her team in scoring .568 from the field ... also shot .250 from the three-point range and .739 form the free throw line ... had 71 steals, 22 blocks and 61 assists ... had 70 offensive rebounds and led her team in defensive rebounds with 162 ... scored in double digits a total of 25 times including a season high of 22 points in the game against CU-Ann Arbor on Jan. 28, 2017 ... ranks No. 35 in Total Steals (71) ... was named to the All-GPAC First Team and was an NAIA Honorable Mention All-America. 

2015-16: Freshman
Started all 32 games…averaged 14.8 points, 6.6 rebounds, 1.4 assists and 1.8 steals per game…shot .585 from the field, .308 from 3-point range and .709 at the free throw line…led the team in numerous categories including scoring (474 points), field goals made (196), rebounds (211), blocks (19), steals (59) and minutes played per game (27.0)…scored in double digits 25 times including a career high 29 points at Morningside on Feb. 6, 2016…Went a perfect 4-for-4 from the field and 2-for-2 from the free throw line against Pacific Union on Dec. 30, 2015…tabbed with All-GPAC First Team honors...was named the CIT MVP.

High School
Prepped at Crofton High School for head coach Aaron Losing…lettered four years and started three years while serving as a team captain for two years…helped the Warriors to two undefeated seasons and one one-loss season and three class C-2 State Championships…also competed in track four years, one year at Filmore Central and three years at Crofton…at Filmore Central, helped team to state championship while placing third in the 800 and first in the 4x800 relay…at Crofton, helped team to two state Championship titles…helped 4x800 to three first place finishes at the state meet while competing in the 800 all three years, placing second twice and first once…was a member of the volleyball team for one year…competed in cross country three years and helped team to state championships three years in class D…was a member of the National Honor Society…received Academic All-State honors in cross country, basketball and track two years each.

Born in Lincoln, Neb., on March 15, 1997…daughter of Mark and Annette Wragge…has a younger brother, Grant and a younger sister, Ella…enjoys reading, eating and having fun.

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