Anye Turner blocks seven shots for Vikings in exhibition win
COLLEGE: Finished four-year career ranked seventh among school leaders in blocked shots with 95 ...Started all 26 games as senior ... Second-team Daktronics West Region all-star and second-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star ... Named MVP of WWU Chuck Randall Thanksgiving Classic and was all-tourney pick at Seattle Pacific Tip-Off Classic ... GNAC Player of the Week ... Averaged 18.0 points and 7.3 rebounds, both team-leading figures ... Also led squad in field goal percentage (53.4 percent, 156-of-292) and free throw accuracy (88.9 percent, 136-of-153) ... Ranked second in GNAC in rebounds, fourth in blocks, fifth in free throw percentage, sixth in scoring and ninth in field goal percentage ... Scored double figures in all but three games, including all of first 17 ... Had career highs of 27 points three times and 14 rebounds twice ... Played in 28 games as junior in 2005-06 ... Averaging 3.3 points and 2.0 rebounds ... Had season-high 11 points vs. Sonoma State on 11/25/05 ... Played in all 29 games as sophomore in 2004-05 ... Averaged 3.0 points and 2.6 rebounds ... Had 13 points and 12 rebounds vs. UC Santa Cruz on 12/13/04 ... Played in all 27 games as freshman in 2003-04, making three starts ... Most Improved Player award winner ... Averaged 5.7 points, 2.9 rebounds and team-leading 1.0 blocks, shooting 77.0 percent (47-of-61) at free throw line ... Averaged 8.0 points over last 15 games on 48.8 percent (41-of-84) field goal accuracy ... Had 15 points vs. Saint Martin's on 1/21/04 ... Three letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Narrows League Bridge Division all-star choice as senior at Central Kitsap High School ... Averaged 14.1 points and 8.0 rebounds ... Helped Cougars reach second round of West Central District Tournament ... Team captain and MVP ... Honorable mention all-league and Team MVP as junior ... Averaged 13.0 points and 7.0 rebounds ... Started two years and lettered three.