Women's Basketball—Roster

Diana Manduca
#12 Diana Manduca

Class Year: 2013

Position: G

Height: 5-7

High School: Deering

Hometown: Portland, Maine

2012-13 season highlights: Manduca was named to the All-NESCAC Second Team and earned Maine All-State First Team honors. She was the lone NESCAC player to compete in the New England Women's Basketball Association (NEWBA) Senior Game. Diana, a tri-captain, finished her career with 1,063 points (14th in program history), 332 assists, 321 rebounds, 151 steals, and 143 3-point field goals. Diana was fifth in the NESCAC in scoring (13.9), sixth in assists (3.0), ninth in steals (1.5), and 13th in 3-point shooting (.335, 53-for-158). 2011-12 season highlights: Diana led the NESCAC in free throw shooting (.871, 54-for-62) and ranked fourth on Colby in scoring at 8.4 points per game. She also was second for the Mules in assists (89), made 3-point shots (33), and steals (36). Manduca heads into her senior year with 730 career points, 259 assists, 220 rebounds, 114 steals, and a career free throw percentage of .853 (186-for-218). 2010-11 season highlights: Manduca led the Mules and was fifth in the NESCAC in assists (101 total), averaged 9.2 points per game, and was tied for second on the squad in steals with 35. 2009-10 season highlights: Diana made an immediate impact in her first year and was selected to the Maine Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-Rookie Team. She finished second in the NESCAC and led the Mules in free throw percentage (.872). Manduca averaged 8.7 points per game, including a 19- point effort in an NCAA game against Babson. With her ball-hawking abilities on defense, Diana led the team in steals (43) and also ranked second in assists (69 total).At Colby:  Diana was an English major and had a minor in Cinema Studies...Student Programming Board member...works as a basketball camp counselor during the summer...volunteer at Hill in the Ville...radio DJ. Before Colby:  Played basketball and ran cross country at Deering High School...finalist for Maine's "Miss Basketball"... named All-SMAA...Redd McMann Playoff MVP Award as a junior and senior...played on two-time state champion at Deering...high honors all four years.