- Did not play due to a torn ACL
- Earned Academic All-Big Ten honors
- Played in seven games during freshman season
- Recorded five points and four rebounds
- Three-time all-conference, two-time Iowa Girls Coaches Association all-district and all-state, two-time Iowa Basketball Coaches Association all-region, Iowa Print Sports Writers Association all-state selection, and as a junior, was selected to the state basketball all-tournament team under head coach Janel Burgess
- Averaged 18.9 points, 5.4 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 2.9 steals, and 1.2 blocks per game as a junior, helping team advance to the 1A Final Four and win the South Iowa Cedar League (SICL) Championship
- Averaged 13.0 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.5 steals, and 1.2 blocks as a sophomore, helping team to a runner-up finish in conference championship.
- Holds Montezuma High School records for career field goals made and career points (977).
- Played on All Iowa Attack under coaches Dickson Jensen and Randy Mauro
- Won 2017 United States Junior National Championships and 2018 Nike National Championships
- Three-time SICL all-academic team honoree and National Honor Society member
- Daughter of Justin and Shiloh Wetering
- Wetering has five siblings, including two brothers, Jevohn Miller and Jusiah Wetering, and three sisters, Shealynn Miller, Shanae Wetering, and Shiressa Wetering.
- Two of Wetering’s siblings played collegiate sports, including Jevohn (Iowa State, football) and Shealynn (Mount Mercy, track and field)
Coach Bluder on Shateah Wetering…
“Shateah is a forward that can run the floor and rebound with the best of them. She is a versatile player that can post or face the basket and provides a tough match-up.”