Alicia Hartlaub leads Canes on, off the court
May 17, 2002
Junior Alicia Hartlaub, a vital member of the women’s basketball team, was selected the February 2002 Academic All-Star after leading the Hurricanes both on and off the court.
Hartlaub, who double-majors in special education and criminology, has played in every game this season, averaging 5.5 points per game in an average of 22.7 minutes played. She has recorded 75 field goals and 19 free throws this season, along with 45 assists, 22 blocks, and 25 steals. She has recorded three game-high rebounds.
As a sophomore, Hartlaub played in all 28 games, starting 24 times and scored every game she played in, averaging nine points per game. She scored her first double-double of the season with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Villanova, and scored in double-digits in 15 games. In her first year at Miami, she averaged 11.4 points per game and played and started every game that season. She reached double figures scoring 15 times and rebounding six times. She was the team-high scorer and rebounder in several games.
A younger Hartlaub was the power forward and team captain of the Elco Eastern Lebanon County High School in Schaefferstown, PA. She averaged 18.2 points, 11.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.8 blocked shots per game during her senior season, when she led her team to a 28-3 overall record. She was named to Intell’s All Star First Team and All-Section Team, and received the title of Most Valuable Player. As a junior, she led her team to a 29-4 record. As a starter, she averaged 16 points per game and was named to the Lebanon-Lancaster All Star First Team three years. Along with her athletic achievements, she was elected her school’s prom queen and was on the honor roll her entire high school career.