Five WWU seniors bid farewell to Carver Gym on ROOT Sports TV
COLLEGE: Played in 26 games, making 25 starts, as junior in 2013-14 ... Team co-captain ... Missed two contests because of injuries ... Averaged 8.5 points on 54.1 percent (86-of-159) field-goal shooting, 7.5 rebounds and blocked 41 shots ... Ranked third among GNAC leaders in blocks, sixth in rebounds, and 10th in floor accuracy... Had four double-doubles ... Grabbed 20 rebounds in win over Thompson Rivers on 12/17/13, tying most by WWU player since 2003 ... Had season-best 22 points and 15 rebounds vs. Seattle Pacific on 1/11/14 ... Played in 33 games as sophomore in 2012-13 ... Averaged 4.2 points and 2.7 rebounds ... Had 41 blocked shots and hit 59.3 percent (48-of-81) from field ... Had season-high 11 points at Saint Martin's on 2/14/13 and 10 vs. Seattle Pacific in West Regional title game on 3/19/13 ... Joe Morse Most Inspirational Player ... Two letters ... Also attended South Puget Sound CC ... First-team Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Western Region all-star and region's Defensive Player of the Year and Co-Freshman of the Year as freshman in 2011-12 ... Averaged NWAACC-leading 11.9 rebounds per game and 2.2 blocked shots, along with 15.3 points ... Led Clippers to first round of NWAACC Tournament ... Ranked second in region in offensive rebounds with 111 ... Had season highs of 26 points and 20 rebounds in 73-72 win over Pierce CC ... Team captain, MVP and Chairman of the Boards award winner.
HIGH SCHOOL: Helped Wolves to Class 2A state tournament, first appearance in school history, as senior at Black Hills High School ... Had 30 points in district semifinal 70-63 win over Tumwater ... Honorable mention Evergreen Conference as junior ... Lettered three years ... Also earned one letter each in football and track ... As senior, ran leg on 4x100-meter relay that placed third at state.