Greenwell in 2011
|Born||February 27, 1995|
|Listed height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|High school||Owensboro Catholic|
|WNBA draft||2018 / Round: 3 / Pick: 31st overall|
|Selected by the Washington Mystics|
|Career highlights and awards|
Rebecca Danielle Greenwell (born February 27, 1995) is an American basketball player.
High school career
Greenwell attended Owensboro Catholic in Owensboro, Kentucky, where she was named to the Academic All-State team and set numerous school records. She missed her junior year after tearing her ACL at the 2011 FIBA 3x3 Under-18 World Championships. Returning for her senior season, Greenwell hit 17 3-pointers against Whitesville Trinity, breaking a national high school girls basketball record. After narrowing her list down to two, she chose to play basketball for Joanne P. McCallie at Duke University. Greenwell went on to take part in the 2013 McDonald's All-American Game, where she suffered another ACL tear. Her high school career was marked by two stints with the United States U16 and U17 national teams, with whom she won two gold medals.
Greenwell elected to redshirt her freshman year at Duke after undergoing further surgery to repair her meniscus. She later returned and found success, averaging 14.0 and 15.1 points per game during her freshman and sophomore campaigns, respectively. Greenwell was named to the 2015-16 All-ACC second team after her sophomore year. During her junior season, she received espnW's national player of the week honor after scoring 29 points against then-No. 3-ranked South Carolina.
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