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Leslie Vorpahl
Leslie  Vorpahl


San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Winston Churchill





Business Management


142 Tulane Student-Athletes Named to American All-Academic Team

Women's Cross Country/Track & Field led the way with 34 honorees


Tulane Women's Basketball 2013-14 Season In Review

Green Wave go 20-11 overall, finish fourth in C-USA and advance to the postseason


Guard Trio Named To All-Conference USA Women's Basketball Team

Danielle Blagg and Jamie Kaplan named second-team; rookie Leslie Vorpahl claims All-Freshman honors


Strong Second Half Leads Women's Hoops To 68-54 Win At UTSA

Guard tandem of Kaplan, Latham lead five Green Wave players in double figures with 14 points each


Last-Second Layup Lifts Women's Basketball Past North Texas, 56-55

Dale hits layup with 4.0 ticks to play as Green Wave improve to 16-6 overall, 7-2 in C-USA play


WBB vs Alabama, WNIT 1st Rd.

Tulane women's basketball vs Alabama in WNIT 1st Round action on March 16, 2016


2/20/16 WBB: Tulane vs. Tulsa

Tulane WBB vs. Tulsa at Devlin Fieldhouse in New Orleans, La. 2/20/16


Tulane WBB at Tulsa, 1/16/16

Tulane women's basketball def. Tulsa 71-47 on the road on Jan. 16, 2016.


Tulane WBB vs. Southern, 12/18/15

Pictures from Tulane women's basketball's home victory over Southern on Dec. 18, 2015.


Tulane WBB vs LSU, 11/23/15

Tulane women's hoops defeated LSU 67-63 at home on Nov. 23, 2015

2015-16: AAC Most Improved Player Award Winner & 3rd Team All-Conference Selection ... Started in all 35 games, averaging the most minutes with 33.2 ... Vorpahl’s 1,163 total minutes ranked 2nd all-time in program history ... Averaged 5.4 assists per game which ranked 2nd in The American, 35th in the country & 5th in program history ... Vorpahl dished out a career high 11 assists vs UCF (1/10), which stood as the best assist performance in the leauge this year ... Her 1.7 assist-to-turnover ratio ranked 6th in the league ... With 189 total assists, Vorpahl ranked 3rd on Tulane’s all-time list for assists in a season, trailing Ashely Langford (207) and Jamie Kaplan (209) - Those 189 assists also ranked 20th in the nation ... During conference play, Vorpahl ranked in the top-6 in 5 different statistical categories: 2nd in assists (5.6), 5th in 3PT FG% (.400), 6th in 3PT FG (2.0), 4th in A/TO ratio (2.0) and 6th in minutes (34.5) ... Twice in a 10-day span, Vorpahl set a new career high in scoring, first recording 26 points on 10-of-18 shooting, including a career high six three-pointers vs No. 19/16 USF on Jan. 13, then besting that performance with 27 points on 10-of-16 shooting vs ECU on Jan. 23 ... Nearly achieved the first triple-double in the Stockton era three times: Recorded her first career double-double with 15 points and 10 assists vs Jackson State (11/17) with 8 rebounds; Vorpahl then tallied her second double-double with 11 points, 10 assists vs UNCG (12/20), garnering seven boards; Finally, Vorpahl gathered eight points, a career high nine rebounds and 10 assists vs SMU on Feb. 14 ... Only had one game all year in which she didn’t achieve a three ... Vorpahl’s 1.9 made three-pointers per game average ranked 7th in the league, while her .400 three-point percentage ranked 4th ... In addition, Vorpahl’s 66 three-pointers tied her for 5th all-time for a single season in program history, while her .400 three-point percentage is tied for the 4th best ... Played all 40 minutes against LSU (11/23), setting a new career high ... Played 30+ minutes in all but one conference game, as her 34.5 minutes per game average in league play ranked 6th ... Two-time American Weekly Honor Roll recipient. 

2014-15: Played in 31 games, including five starts, averaging 19.6 minutes ... Ranked in the top-15 in the American in four different categories in conference play: 2.7 assists (15th), 1.7 steals (10th), .429 three-point percentage (4th) and 1.5 three-pointers per game (11th) ... Averaged 8.9 points on the road, shooting 51.7 percent from the field and 51.5 percent (17-33) from beyond the arc ... Averaged 8.3 points over the three game conference tournament, shooting 60.0 percent from the floor and 5-of-8 from three ... Recorded nine total games with double-digit points, including a career tying stretch of four straight from Jan. 17-27, scoring a total of 55 points on a combined 21-for-36 shooting (58.3%) ... Tied her career high of 22 points in the win at UALR on Dec. 6 ... In her 16-point performance vs Tulsa on Jan. 20, Vorpahl made her first six shots ... Scored 16 points vs SMU on Jan. 17 and six of the team's final eight points, including the go-ahead three in the 60-58 win ... Scored 12 of the team's last 19 points at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, finishing with a team high 18 points ... Was clutch on the free-throw line vs LSU, N.C. State and Samford, going 2-for-2 from the line in all three instances in the final two minutes of play ... Her .389 overall three point field goal percentage ranked sixth in the American .. Dished out a season high seven assists vs Temple on Feb. 7 ... Two-time weekly American Honor Roll recipient (12/8, 12/29) ... Two-time LWSA Player of the Week (12/8, 12/29). 2013-14: Played in 30 games with 14 starts as a true freshman...named to the Conference USA All-Freshman Team after leading the team in free throw percentage (.765) while ranking second in assists (94), 3-point baskets (36) and 3-point percentage (.330), third in free throws made (62), fourth in points scored (266) and points per game (8.9), and fifth in field goals made (84), steals (32), minutes played (752) and minutes per game (25.1)...finished 10th in C-USA in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.37), 13th in assists per game (3.10), 15th in free throw percentage, 19th in 3-point percentage and 27th in 3-pointers per game (1.20)...ranked 196th in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio...twice named C-USA Freshman of the Week: on Nov. 25 after averaging 12.7 points, 3.7 assists, 2.7 rebounds and 0.7 steals per game during three Green Wave contests; and on Jan. 13 after averaging 14.5 points, 6.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 1.5 steals in a 2-0 week...posted double-figure scoring totals on 13 occasions with three 20-plus point contests, including a season-best 22 after sinking 7-of-12 field goals with a 2-of-4 showing from beyond the 3-point arc and all six free throw opportunities at N.C. State (11/24)...drilled 4-of-7 treys against Southeastern Louisiana (11/19) and 4-of-6 vs FIU in the C-USA quarterfinals (3/13)...had four or more assists 10 times, including a season-best nine at Old Dominion (1/11)...pulled down four or more rebounds eighth times, including a season-high six at Marshall (1/9)...had nine multiple-steal outings, including a career-best four thefts vs Ole Miss (11/30)...off the court, was a member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane's 3.0 Club, and claimed C-USA Academic Medal honors for posting a GPA of 3.75 or higher. High School: Three-year letterwinner at Churchill High for coach Cal Wolfsberg...helped lead the Chargers to a combined 83-22 record, finishing an area finalist as a sophomore and a regional quarterfinalist as a junior and senior...claimed first-team All-District 26-5A and San Antonio Express-News All-Area, TABC All-Region 4 Class 5A honoree each year as a prepster and finished with 1,450 career points...earned TABC All-State recognition and was tabbed San Antonio Express-News Player of the Year as both a junior and senior...averaged 18.7 points, 4.6 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 2.2 blocks as a senior...had three triple-doubles that season, including back-to-back showings against Judson and New Braunfels Canyon on Dec. 4 and 7...scored a career-high 35 points to go with eight assists, seven rebounds and three steals in her final high school contest...as a junior, averaged 15.1 points, 6.8 assists, 3.1 rebounds and 2.3 rebounds per game while connecting on 45.8 percent of her field goals with a 59-of-137 performance from beyond the 3-point arc...claimed all-tournament honors at the Lone Star Tournament and was MVP of the Hays 5A Tournament of Champions...had seven double-digit assist outings, including a career-best 16 vs East Central in the bi-district playoffs that year...as a sophomore, listed on the Express-News All-Super Team, tabbed MVP of the NEISD Tournament after leading her team to the championship and claimed all-tourney recognition at the Lone Star Tournament...in addition to her prep career, played for the San Antonio Heat select team since the fourth grade and often played two to three years up...helped guide her team to the 17u Silver National Championship at the Michael T. White Tournament in April 2009 and helped the club go 7-0 in the All-American Sports National Championship and 8-0 in the Prime Time Sports National Championship that same season...off the court, was a member of the National Honor Society, Church Retreats and Feeding The Homeless. Personal: Born Leslie Deann Vorpahl on Aug. 8, 1995, in San Antonio, Texas...daughter of Donnie and Sallye Vorpahl...has one brother, Travis, and one sister, Stephanie...father, Donnie, played college football at Texas Lutheran...proposed major is business.

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