After an injury-riddled start to her career at Coffman, Bornhorst spent the last two seasons making up for lost time, much to the chagrin of the opposition.

She missed most of her first two seasons, but as a junior averaged 10.1 points and 7.3 rebounds for a team that went 25-1, losing to West Chester Lakota West 62-48 in a Division I regional final. The 6-1 Butler-signee upped those numbers this season to 13.8 points - she shot a program-record 60 percent from the field - and 8.0 rebounds, though Coffman again finished 25-1, this time losing to Lakota West 57-49 in a regional final. Bornhorst was first-team all-OCC-Central, first-team all-district and special mention all-state.

"The No. 1 thing about Becca that makes her so valuable is her versatility," coach Mary Ann Grimes said. "She can play inside and out and provides depth at all the positions."