Rehema Stephens ’87

Rehema Stephens, Class of 1987

Rehema was an All-League performer for the Lady Bulldogs basketball team in 1985, 1987, and 1988 and was First Team All-State and Third Team Parade All-American in 1986-1987. After being heavily recruited by top colleges, she played one season for the University of Colorado before transferring to UCLA.

Rehema Stephens and her Lady Bulldog teammates, 1987

At UCLA, she led the team in scoring between 1989 and 1992 and was First Team All Pac-10 for three years in a row. She is the fastest UCLA Bruin to reach 1,000 points in her career and today is still the Bruins’ second all-time leading scorer for women’s basketball. After earning her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, she played professional basketball in Australia, Greece, Richmond, Virginia and the Sacramento Monarchs.

Since retiring from basketball, she has taught middle and high school students, had a successful career as a realtor, was a radio show host and authored three books. She earned her Master’s in Educational Counseling and her MBA in Business.