Michelle Stover Juon did a lot of winning in her time at Simpson. In her four years on the basketball team, she helped Simpson to an 86-23 record and two Iowa Conference Championships. She also played softball for a year, helping the Storm win the Division III National Championship in 1999. Her year on the diamond aside, Stover’s primary talents were on the hardwood, as she is easily one of the most talented players put on the Red and Gold. Stover Juon scored 1,458 points and grabbed 606 rebounds her career, one of just six players in school history to reach the 1,000-point, 500-rebound milestones. Her 1,458 points rank fourth in Simpson history and she currently ranks in the top five in six different career categories, including second in free throws (332) and free throw attempts (448). In 2001, Stover Juon became the first Simpson women’s basketball player to be named as a finalist for the Josten’s Trophy, emblematic of the top player in Division III. She took home honorable mention All-America honors from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association and Division III News in 2001 and 2002 and was a three-time, First Team All-Iowa Conference performer. Stover Juon graduated with a degree in physical education and currently works as a computed tomography/x-ray technologist at Alegent Creighton Health in Omaha, Neb. Her and her husband, Kevin Juon ’99, reside in Council Bluffs, Iowa, with their children, twins Bryce and Grant (7) and Cael (5).