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: Finished four-year career with 594 points, 298 rebounds, 94 assists and 75 steals ... Played in all 34 games as senior in 2012-13 ... Averaged 8.2 points and 4.5 rebounds ... Shot 58.3 percent (105-180) from floor and 87.8 percent (65-of-74) at line ... Had 16 double-figure scoring games ... Had season-high 18 points vs. Central Washington on 1/10/13 and career high 10 rebounds on two occasions ... Played in 19 games as junior in 2011-12 ... Averaged 2.3 points on 59.3 percent (16-of-27) field-goal shooting ... Sat out 2010-11 season with foot injury ... Played in all 32 games as sophomore in 2009-10, averaging 4.4 points ... Hit 87.8 percent (36-of-41) at free-throw line ... Had career high 19 points vs. San Francisco State on 11/1/09 ... Shot 63.0 percent (17-of-27) from floor over last 12 games ... Received team's Rich Baxter Hustle Award ... Averaged 5.0 points as freshman in 2008-09 ... Four letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Class 3A all-State and Region V all-conference choice, both for third straight year, as senior at Petersburg High School ... Scored 1,684 career points ... Averaged 21.0 points, 10.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 2.4 blocks and 1.8 steals on 21-5 team that won third consecutive league title and placed fourth at state ... The Vikings also won Region V Crossover game between 3A and 4A small and large school champions, the first time in contest's 24-year history that had been accomplished on large school's home court ... State all-tournament pick for third time ... Also Region V all-academic choice and Clark Cochrane Christmas all-tournament pick ... Team captain for second straight year ... High-point game was 37 vs. Craig ... Class 3A State Player of the Year as junior ... Helped Vikings to 25-3 record and school's first championship in 78 years ... Scored 31 points in 74-73 win over Eielson in title game ... Little Norway and Holland America all-tourney pick ... Averaged 20.5 points, 12.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.0 blocks ... Second-team all-state as sophomore on 21-7 team that finished fifth at state ... Lettered four years and started three.
PERSONAL: Major is marketing ... His older brother, Aaron, played basketball at University of Alaska Anchorage.
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