Pair of Princeton Women’s Basketball Alumni Close out WNBA Regular Season Play

29 Nov 2021 | 10:04 | News

PRINCETON, N.J. — This past weekend, two former Princeton Women’s Basketball Alumni, Bella Alarie and Blake Dietrick, finished regular season play in the WNBA bubble.

Alarie finished her rookie campaign with the Dallas Wings by playing in 22 games and starting three. In those 22 games, Alarie recorded 23 offensive rebounds, 40 defensive rebounds, 19 blocks, 11 assists, and an 83.3% free throw average.

Her season highs came from her performance against the Chicago Sky on August 4. Alarie totaled nine rebounds, six defensive rebounds, four blocks, three three-point shots made in 29 minutes.

Dietrick finished her fourth season in the WNBA with playing in 22 games and making four starts for the Atlanta Dream. In her 22 appearances, Dietrick recorded 129 points, 75 assists, 36 total rebounds, 18 steals, and a 44.8% three-point percentage.

She registered multiple career highs this seasin with the Dream, most coming from her performance against the Seattle Storm on August 12. Dietrick boasted 16 points, nine attempted three-point shots, five rebounds, and four three-points made in 40 minutes.

Dietrick also recorded four additional career highs in three other games. She had 13 attempted field goals against the Las Vegas Aces, seven assists and three blocks against the Phoenix Mercury, and four defensive rebounds against the Dallas Wings.