nina Napolitano

2014-15: Academic All-OAC… named second team All-OAC… appeared in all 28 of the team’s contests, with 20 starts and averaged 24.9 minutes per game… placed second on the team in points scoring 298, averaging 10.6 per game… finished second on the team in field goal attempts (229)… led the team in free throw attempts (110) and free throws made (91)… recorded 115 rebounds and 34 assists… placed fourth in the conference in steals (59) and in free throw percentage (82.7 percent)… set a career high 25 points against Wilmington (Feb. 24), helping the Crusaders to a 76-65 victory and a second round tournament win

2013-14: Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference … appeared in 26 of the team’s 28 games, playing in 14.9 minutes per contest … averaged 3.3 points and 2.0 rebounds per game … shot 38.6 percent (27-of-70) from the field and 78.4 percent (29-of-37) at the free throw line … registered 12 assists, three blocks and 21 steals … scored a career-high 10 points in Capital’s season-opening 60-51 triumph at St. Vincent (Pa.) on Nov. 16 … recorded a career-best seven rebounds against Wittenberg on Nov. 20 … tallied seven points in 14 minutes in the Crusaders’ 83-77 overtime win at Baldwin Wallace in the OAC Tournament semifinals on Feb. 27 … played 23 minutes and scored four points at then-No. 16 Ferrum (Va.) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on March 7

2012-13: Appeared in all 26 games, making one start … averaged 1.8 points and 1.4 rebounds per game … shot 17-for-20 (85 percent) at the free throw line … placed sixth on the team with 20 steals … posted 17 assists … tallied a season-high eight points and tied a season best with four rebounds against Ohio Northern on Jan. 12

Personal: Majoring in Biology…parents are James and JoAnne Napolitano…attended Walsh Jesuit High School where she played basketball…her career ambition is to become a doctor.