Jodi (Raab) Scovill
Women's Basketball, 1989-93
A Big Rapids native and former Cardinal basketball and softball star, Scovill set numerous school records as a Bulldog women's basketball standout while starting all 106 of her collegiate contests. She was a second-team All-GLIAC choice as both a sophomore and senior along with being named FSU's team Most Valuable Player in her final season. Scovill posted what was then a school career record for free throws made with 345 in her career. Her 491 career assists currently ranks second all-time at FSU while her 1,210 career points is also included among the Bulldogs' all-time leaders. She set a Ferris record for single-game scoring when she tallied 46 points against Wayne State as a senior and continues to hold current single-game highs for free throws made (15) in addition to assists (15) at FSU. As a senior, Scovill was named national offensive player of the week for the Division II ranks. The 1992-93 Bulldog of the Year Award recipient later was inducted into the Mecosta County Sports Hall of Fame, becoming the youngest person and first woman ever to earn such the distinction. Scovill and her husband, Mark, have two sons and live in Fennville.