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Alisa Favero-Lucarelli -- Women's Basketball, 1988-93

Editor's Note: This is the second of a four-part series profiling the Pioneer Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2013. The inductees will be honored at the Induction Ceremony Sept. 28, 2013. Read the Full Release here


Alisa Favero-Lucarelli, from Pittsburgh, Pa., and Seton-LaSalle High School, is perhaps the best point guard ever to play for Point Park women's basketball. Favero-Lucarelli is the Pioneers' all-time leader in career assists and is also a top-10 all-time scorer at the school.

Favero totaled a school-record 416 assists during her time at Point Park from 1988-93 and also scored 1,180 points to rank 10th in school history. A four-year starter who also took a redshirt due to injury in 1991-92, Favero is sixth in the Point Park record book with 108 games played. Favero also shows up in the record book in fourth place with a career free-throw percentage of 73.6 and eighth place with 97 career 3-point field goals made.

Favero was an NAIA scholar-athlete who led the Pioneers to an NAIA District 18 playoff appearance during her senior year of 1992-93. She stayed on after her playing career was over to be an assistant coach on the Pioneers' staff.

Favero's high school career at Seton-LaSalle included being a member of a state championship team under coach Don DiLucente. She also played for AAU national championship teams in 1984 and 1986.

An elementary education major, Favero is currently a first-grade teacher in the Bethel Park School District. She married former Point Park baseball standout Joe Lucarelli.

Register online for the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Sept. 28, 2013. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the Hall of Fame Homepage.

Four-part series profiling the Hall of Fame Class of 2013:

Part 1: Joe Emanuele (Baseball, 1971-73)