Bragg, Fisher and Severson win two awards each
WWU gets to NCAA II final four as defending national champions
Chase for second national title ends as Vikings unable to fight out of early hole
WWU runs national tournament win streak to 10 with quarterfinal victory over Florida Southern
Big first half helps Vikings advance to semifinals
COLLEGE: Started all 34 games as junior in 2012-13 ... Received Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star honorable mention ... Averaged 9.1 points and team-high 7.3 rebounds ... Also had team-best 43 blocked shots ... Posted GNAC high eight double-doubles in points and rebounds ... Scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds vs. Seattle Pacific on 2/2/13 and had 17 points and 14 rebounds against Florida Southern in national quarterfinals at Louisville on 3/28/13 ... GNAC Player of the Week ... One letter ... Transfer from Clark CC ... Recruited by 15 colleges ... First-team Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Western Region all-star and all-defensive team pick, helping 25-4 Penguins to second round of NWAACC Tournament as sophomore in 2011-12 ... Averaged 15.0 points and 10.2 rebounds, which ranked fifth in NWAACC ... Had 13 double-doubles (points and rebounds) ... Had career highs of 37 points vs. Olympic CC and 21 rebounds vs. Yakima Valley CC in NWAACC Tournament contest ... Shot 55.4 percent (169-of-305) from field, 33.3 percent (16-of-48) from three-point range and 70.1 percent (82-of-117) at free throw line ... Also averaged 1.5 blocks (42) ... Named MVP of Wenatchee Valley CC Crossover Tournament ... As freshman in 2010-11, averaged 12.9 points with season high of 25 and 7.8 rebounds ... Two letters ... Spent 2009-10 season as redshirt at Washington State University.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Longview Daily News all-Area and all-league as senior at Mark Morris High School, leading Monarchs to Greater St. Helens 2A League championship ... Named MVP of Lower Columbia Area All-Star game ... Led team in rebounds and selected Most Improved player ... Lettered just one year ... As junior, named junior varsity most improved ... Grew 10 inches during four-year high school career, being guard and wing on C team as freshman and sophomore and primarily wing as junior before moving to post position as senior.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in chemistry or international business.
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