Stephanie Rovetti
Guard 10
Last School
Reno High School
Roster Years

Before BYU

  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball
  • 2009-10 Player of the Year
  • Team captain
  • Northern Nevada Player of the Year
  • First Team all-league
  • First Team all-region
  • First Team all-state
  • McDonalds All-American nominee
  • Helped guide her team to the finals of the state championships as a sophomore
  • In her junior year the team advanced to the semifinals of the state championships
  • National Honor Society
  • Academic Honors Diploma
  • Played for the Nevada Basketball Academy
  • Four-year letterwinner in track and field
  • Holds four school records for track (100m, 200m, 4x100m relay, 4x200m relay)
  • 2008 Nevada Runner of the Year
  • Second in state in 100m and 200m
  • All-tate in the 100m and 200m
  • First Team all-league
  • First Team all-region


  • Parents are David and Diana Rovetti
  • Has one brother and three sisters
  • Sister Morgan plays on the BYU Rugby Team and was on the U20 Women's National Rugby Team

Get to know Stephanie Rovetti

BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2011-2012

  • Finished her freshman campaign averaging 2.4 points while shooting 45 percent from the field and 76 percent from the free throw line
  • Played four minutes scoring eight points while grabbing three rebounds in the road game at Seattle University
  • Tallied seven points in 12 minutes of action in the game at San Francisco
  • Came off the bench in the game vs. Nevada to record six points, grab three rebounds, two assists and
  • three steals in 13 minutes of action
  • Was perfect from the free throw line going 8-8, recorded season-bests in assists and in steals with four each and also grabbed four rebounds in the home game vs. SUU on 12/8/11
  • In the road game at BYU-H grabbed six rebounds for season-highs in that category
  • Recorded her first ever double figure game with 12 points at Tulsa while going (8-10) from the free throw line, also grabbed two rebounds, dished out three assists and had two steals
  • Saw playing time in 31 of the 33 games, averaging 7.5 minutes of playing time
Sophmore Year

Junior Year 2013-2014

  • Averages 2.3 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... ranks fourth in assists with a 2.0 average
  • Finished the season playing in 33 of the 35 total games, averaging 12.2 minutes of playing time
  • Played 11 minutes in the Sweet 16 game vs. UConn ... dished out three assists
  • Scored six points, all from 3-point range, in the second round game vs. Nebraska while pulling down one rebound in 11 minutes of playing time
  • Had four points (all from the free throw line) in the WCC championship game vs. Gonzaga on 3/11/14 ... pulled down four rebounds and dished out three assists ... played 20 minutes
  • Recorded third game tallying double figures in points with 10 vs. Pacific in the semifinal game of the WCC champs., on 3/10/14 ... she went 5 of 6 from charity stripe and pulled down four boards
  • Picked up her second double digit outing in points of the year with 12, tying her career best in that category, in the road win at LMU ... dished out four assists and pulled down two rebounds along with one steal ... she was perfect from the charity stripe going 3 for 3
  • Came off the bench scoring four points, dishing out three assists, had one steal and one rebound in the game vs. Pacific
  • Had three rebounds and three assists off the bench against Utah
  • Dished out four assists, had two points, grabbed two rebounds and had one steal in the road win at Weber St.
  • Led the team in assists with three in the road win at Creighton, the assists tied for game highs in that category
  • Tied for most assists on the team with four in the road game at Nevada ... scored four points, grabbed three rebounds and had two steals
  • For the second straight time led the team in assists with six, tying her season and career record in that category in the road win at CSUN on 11/23/13 ... also pulled down career bests in rebounds with seven
  • Dished out a game-and career-best six assists in the home overtime win vs. Boston College on 11/16/13 while tying her career high in steals with four and pulling down a season-best five boards
  • Picked up her first game scoring in double figures with 10 in the road game at UNLV on 11/12/13, all of the points came from the free throw line where she went 10 for 14 ... also grabbed three rebounds and dished out two assists
  • Named to the WCC Commissioner's Bronze Honor Roll
Senior Year

Graduate Year

Redshirt Year 2012-2013

Medical Redshirt Year 2012-2013

  • \r\n Suffered season-ending cartilage injury to left knee in practice
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