Melanie Scheetz

Melanie Scheetz (Women's Basketball, 1996-2000/Jackson HS) lettered four times for the Cavs and was a member of the 1998 National Championship Team. One of the most complete players in school history, Scheetz started all four years for the Cavs and averaged 10.3 points her freshman season. As a sophomore, everything fell into place for Scheetz and the Cavs. Melanie averaged 16.7 points, and was named first team All-Mid-Ohio Conference, Mid-Ohio Conference Player of the Year and second team NAIA All-American, as Walsh won the NAIA Division Two National Championship. She was also named to the NAIA All-Tournament Team. Walsh finished the season 29-5. Scheetz was just as productive her final two years, earning first team All-American Mideast Conference and second team NAIA All-American honors each season. She averaged 17.9 points her junior year and 20.0 points as a senior. Scheetz also earned GTE Academic All-American honors her senior year. Walsh's all-time scoring leader with 1,944 points, Scheetz is also ranked first in career free throws (468), attempts (599) and points in a single season (580). She finished second in career three-pointers (204), games played (119), fifth in steals (226) and sixth in career free throw percentage (.781).