Women's Basketball - Mon, Apr. 2, 2012
Cornerstone University welcomes Tanner Hostetler to the Women's Basketball program.Tanner is from Archbold, Ohio and has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Cornerstone beginning in the fall of 2012.Tanner attends Pettisville High School where she was a 3 year varsity player.
Tanner was named 1st team all-district VII and all league (Buckeye Border Conference) as a senior. The 5-5 guard averaged 12ppg and shot 41% from the floor as well as led the team in FT pct. Her junior year she averaged 9.2ppg and was 2nd team all-district VII and 1st team all-league her junior year. Hostetler was named team MVP for the second year in a row and was also the team's top defender. She was named Academic All-Ohio as a senior and carries a 4.0 G.P.A.
In addition to basketball Hostetler is a decorated runner in both Cross Country and Track and Field where she is the defending conference champion in the 800m, 1600m, 3200m and 4 x 800m relay. The National Honor Society member is also very active in her church (Pettisville Missionary Church) and community. She is a 4-H member, on the yearbook staff, Spanish club, future farmers of America, and FCA and has served on 3 missions trips. Tanner plans to major in exercise science.
High School Coach Jason Waldvogel
"Tanner is one of the most caring, thoughtful and highly motivated individuals I have ever coached. She is an individual that doesn't need to be front to lead. She leads from within a group by her actions, rather than words. She is a tenacious competitor in everything she participates in while making others around her better. She is extremely gifted in many areas from academics to athletics, but carries herself in a very gracious and humble manner."
"We are excited to have Tanner join our team next season. When she made a campus visit and played with our team her defensive quickness and ability to push the ball up the floor stood out to me. She carries herself with confidence and I know she will have a positive impact on this team."