This past PACWEST women’s basketball season the Langara Falcons’ spark plug was third year player Eloise Faehndrich.
The point guard logged 28.8 minutes of floor time a game and wasn’t afraid to get her nose dirty collecting 29 steals and even averaged just under three rebounds a game. On the offensive side she tallied 7.9 points a game shooting 37% from the field. She was a workhorse starting 14 of the 16 games she played in and rarely came off the floor during the PACWEST basketball championship tournament.
In the classroom she is taking physics and astronomy and one day hoping to be an astronaut. As you’ll see she likes the small class sizes at Langara and enjoys the one on one time with the teachers.
She is highlighted in the PACWEST's “Best In Class,” a feature focused on the student athletes across the Conference that are leaving their mark on athletics and academics.