Active from 1979-1980 • Inducted in 2006
Rademacher, a four-year letter winner in women’s basketball, was named First-Team All-NCIC in 1987-88, Second-Team All-NCIC in 1988-89 and 1989-90, and NAIA District 2 Honorable Mention in 1989-90. She led the Pioneers in rebounding all four years she played, averaging 7.4 rebounds per game, was second all-time for Lewis & Clark in both scoring and rebounding when she graduated, and remains in the top-five in both categories. She was the career leader in blocked shots (101) when she graduated, and still remains in the top-five in that category.
Rademacher is currently living in Memphis, Tenn. while her husband is stationed at Mid-South Naval Air Station. She is a stay at home mom with a seven-year old daughter, Teagan. While in Memphis, Rademacher has been volunteering time at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital as well as with her daughter's school, swim team, and Naval family groups. She has also satisfied a childhood dream of horseback riding on a regular basis. After eight moves in 15 years, her family is scheduled to return to the PNW in mid-2013 when her husband transfers to Naval Station in Everett, Wash. That move will last for three years before taking off on the next adventure, but they are looking forward to reconnecting with old classmates and teammates and attending some Pioneer Women's Basketball games.
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