At State Champs High in Detroit, MI, Doe was among the top recruits in her class and named a McDonald’s All-American. In her first season with Iowa, she led the NCAA Division I in scoring, shared national freshman of the year honors and was an All-American. As a sophomore, Doe was a unanimous first-team All-American and became the first women’s player to lead the Division I in points and assists in a single season. She won all major national player of the year awards in her junior season and led Iowa to its first national championship game. Doe led the Division I in assists and set Big Ten single-season records in points and assists. She has won the Dawn Staley Award three times and the Nancy Lieberman Award two times as the top Division I player at her position.
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