Women's Basketball—Roster

Karlyn Adler
#11 Karlyn Adler

Class Year: 2011

Position: G

Height: 5-8

High School: Blind Brook

Hometown: Rye Brook, N.Y.

2010-11 season highlights: Adler earned Colby's Warren J. Finegan Award for significant contributions behind the scenes to the success of Colby athletics. A captain for the women's basketball team this past season, Adler did a little of everything during her time at Colby. She was the Chairperson for the Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) from 2009 to graduation, a student member of the Colby Athletic Advisory Board, a student representative of the Board of Trustees Athletics Subcommittee, a tour guide for the Colby Office of Admissions, a mentor for Colby Cares About Kids, a research assistant for the Colby Education Department, a student teacher at a few local elementary schools, and participated in the WCBA's "So You Want to be a Coach" Program in 2011. Karlyn earned NESCAC Winter All-Academic and league all sportsmanship honors. She finished her career with 316 points, 136 assists and shot a fine 61-for-71 (86 percent) from the foul line. 2009-10 season highlights: Karlyn played in the first semester last year and studied abroad in the second semester. She averaged 3.4 points in seven games for the Mules. Karlyn was named to the NESCAC Winter All-Academic Team. 2008-09 season highlights: Adler averaged 2.5 points and shot 93 percent (14-for-15) from the foul line. 2007-08 season highlights: Karlyn averaged 6.8 points, had 59 total assists, and shot nearly 85 percent (33-for-39) from the foul line in her first year. At Colby:  Karlyn is pursuing a major in Human Development with a double minor in Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies... head of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee... tour guide for the Department of Admissions... research assistant... member of the Maccabi USA Women's Basketball Team for the Maccabiah Games in Israel.  Before Colby:  Played basketball at Blind Brook... named all-state in 2007, all-section in 2006 and 2007... Section I Class C Tournament MVP.