Lady Bears vs. Drake Postgame Press Conference - Players
Honors: Missouri State Lady Bear Prestige Award (2011)...MVC Academic Honor Roll (2010, 2011).
2011-12: Stock played in 29 games for the Lady Bears with three starts early in the league season, shooting 48.8 percent (21-43) from the floor with averages of 1.6 points and 1.5 rebounds in 8.1 minutes per game...Blocked 15 shots to move to 26th in school history with 28 career stuffs...Posted the best offensive game of her career Dec. 6 against East Tennessee State, putting in nine points in 17 minutes while shooting 3-for-4 from both the field and the foul line...Played a season-high 22 minutes at home against Drake (Jan. 7), finishing with four points, three rebounds, three steals and two blocks in holding the Bulldogs to 21.8-percent shooting...Corraled a season-high five rebounds against Indiana State (Jan. 27)...Made her only field goal attempt and grabbed four rebounds against those same Sycamores on the road (Feb. 24)...Went 2-for-2 versus UMKC (March 15) in the WNIT, and made all three of her shots from the floor in postseason play...Recorded multiple blocks in three games...Enters her senior season with a career assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.07:1.
2010-11: Stock was limited to 17 contests as a sophomore due to injury, averaging 0.6 points and 0.8 rebounds per game...Also excelled in the classroom, earning MVC Honor Roll recognition... In recognition of her leadership and positive influence, both on her teammates and in the Missouri State community as a whole, Stock earned a share of the team's Lady Bear Prestige Award, which is given annually to the player exhibiting the most desire, determination and dedication...Logged back-to-back games of 10+ minutes of playing time against Eastern Michigan (Dec. 3) and Arkansas State (Dec. 5)...Posted season highs of four points and three rebounds at Morgan State (Dec. 21)...Scored two points and matched a season high with three boards to go along with an assist and a block at Bradley (Jan. 8).
2009-10: Stock made tremendous strides during the second half of her rookie campaign, making five starts and totaling 32 of her 40 points on the season over the final 14 games of the year...Shot .615 from the floor and averaged 3.3 points, 2.3 boards and 1.0 blocks over a six-game stretch late in the season (Feb. 26-March 19)...Averaged 13.0 minutes per game over her last 13 outings of the season...Logged two minutes vs. Saint Louis (Nov. 18) in her first game action as a Lady Bear...Scored her first points (2), grabbed her first rebound and dished out her first assists (2) as a Lady Bear in MSU's 72-46 win over SEMO (Nov. 21)...Scored four points in MSU's loss at Eastern Michigan (Nov. 29)...Saw her first MVC action in a month in MSU's 86-57 win at Evansville (Jan. 30), going 1-of-3 from the field in a 11 minutes...Handed out a game-high and career-best four assists off the MSU bench at Indiana State (Feb. 12) to help the Lady Bears notch their fifth straight victory...Registered a career-high six points on 3-of-3 shooting at Illinois State (Feb. 14) in 16 minutes vs. the Redbirds...Logged 19 minutes in MSU's win over SIU (Feb. 26), going 3-of-5 from the floor to match a personal high with six points to go along with three boards in her first collegiate start...Pulled down four rebounds vs. Evansville (Feb. 28)...Made her fifth consecutive start March 12 vs. Wichita State, going 2-of-3 from the floor in an 80-75 MSU loss...Recorded her best all-around performance of the year in MSU's WNIT opener vs. Oral Roberts (March 19), hitting 3-of-4 foul shots to tally five points; also grabbed a career-high six rebounds, blocked three shots and handed out a pair of assists in the 75-53 Lady Bear win...Saw a career-high 26 minutes of court time vs. Illinois (March 25) in the third round of the WNIT.
Background: Stock capped a standout prep career by helping Nixa High to the Missouri Class 5 state title in 2008-09 with a 29-2 record that earned the Lady Eagles MaxPreps' No. 15 national ranking...Earned first-team all-state honors from the Missouri Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association, and second-team All-Ozarks recognition from the Springfield News-Leader as a senior in leading Nixa to 20 consecutive victories and the second state championship in school history...Averaged just under 10 points and four boards as a junior in her first year at Nixa after playing her first two prep seasons at Salisbury (Mo.) High...Earned Class 2 first-team all-state honors from the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association as a sophomore in 2006-07 at Salisbury.
Personal: Alyson Marie Stock is the daughter of Jon and Carla Stock...Born in Moberly, Mo...Has one brother, A.J., and one sister, Ashley Penrod...Will turn 22 in December...Majoring in Special Education.