Birthdate: April 12, 1975
Birthplace: Mount Vernon, Ohio
High School: Wooster H.S. (1993)
College: Ohio State (1997)
Marcie Alberts was one of Ohio's first 3-point sharpshooters. The 5-foot-5 guard sank 279 – second most in the state – during four years (1989-93) at Wooster High School where she was a two-time All-Ohio selection and the Division I player of the year in 1993. A four-year starter, Alberts averaged 18.2 points as a junior and 20.8 as a senior while becoming Wooster's career scoring leader with 1,696 points. Wooster had a 92-7 record during her career.
Alberts played four years at Ohio State on Buckeye teams that were 64-56 overall and made the NCAA Tournament once. She made 203 three-pointers – second highest OSU career total at the time – and converted 102 of 122 free throws. Alberts played one season for the Cleveland Rockers of the WNBA. Then she coached five years at Orrville High School, compiling a 117-45 record, and spent five years as head coach at Heidelberg College before taking over the high school girls team at Mount Vernon. She is currently an assistant coach with the Women's basketball program at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.