Anye Turner blocks seven shots for Vikings in exhibition win
COLLEGE: First-team National Association of Basketball Coaches West All-District, Daktronics West All-Region and unanimous Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star as senior in 2009-10 ... Team co-captain and MVP award winner ... Received honorable mention recognition on The Sporting News Preseason 2009-10 All-American Team ... Started all 32 games, averaging 14.7 points and leading team in assists at 5.2 and steals at 2.5, which ranked No.14 nationally ... Also topped squad in free-throw shooting at 86.2 percent, setting school record by making 39 straight ... Led GNAC in steals and free-throw accuracy, and was third in 3-point makes (2.3) and assists ... Came close to triple-double for third time in two-year career at WWU on Feb. 4 vs. Northwest Nazarene, finishing with 13 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds ... Had 14 assists vs. Western Oregon on Jan. 28, most by WWU player since 1989 ... GNAC Player of the Week ... Named WWU Great Western Shootout MVP and was Seattle Pacific Classic all-tourney pick ... GNAC Newcomer of the Year and first-team all-star as junior in 2008-09 ... Chuck Randall Coaches Award winner ... Started all 27 games, being ranked No.9 nationally in steals and No.12 in assists ... Led GNAC in steals (2.7 avg.) and was second in assists with third highest average in school history of 6.1 ... Also averaged 12.6 points and 5.4 rebounds ... Scored team season-best 30 points in 83-68 win at Northwest Nazarene on 1/15/09 ... Had 13 assists vs. Northwest on 11/29/09, the most by Viking player since 1989 ... Nearly had triple-doubles in two of Western's final three regular-season games ... Had 15 points, 13 rebounds and 8 assists in 85-68 win over Central Washington on 3/7/09 and 11 points, 11 assists and 8 rebounds in 76-68 victory at Montana State Billings on 2/28/09 ... Sat out 2007-08 season ... Two letters ... First-team Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges Western Division all-star as sophomore at Highline CC in 2006-07 ... Helped Thunderbirds to 21-9 record, region co-championship and quarterfinals at NWAACC tournament, losing to eventual champion Clackamas CC in double overtime, 85-84 ... Averaged 14.0 points ... Second-team all-tournament ... As freshman, played on 23-7 squad that won NWAACC championship ... Two-year letter winner.
HIGH SCHOOL: McDonald's All-America nominee as senior at Federal Way High School ... Federal Way News all-City MVP and all-South Puget Sound League selection ... Co-MVP of team that tied for SPSL title ... Averaged 15.0 points and shot 52.0 percent from 3-point range ... As sophomore, competed on Eagles' team that reached Class 4A state tournament ... Started two years and lettered three.
PERSONAL: Major is general studies ... Has daughter, Jordan, 4.