Kayla Bernsen
34  Kayla Bernsen

Moses Lake, WA

High School:
Moses Lake






WWU falls 64-63 to No.4 West Texas A&M at South Point Classic

Vikings see three potential game-winning shots miss in final 24 seconds


WWU at South Point Holiday Hoops Classic

Vikings face No.4 West Texas A&M and Southern Indiana


WWU travels to Portland State for exhibition game Sunday

Vikings then at Las Vegas for two contests at South Point


Vikings fall 74-71 in GNAC opener at Simon Fraser

Chambers scores game-high 23 points as Clan rallies from 14 down


WWU opens GNAC season at Simon Fraser on Saturday

Dolfo one shy of career win No. 500

COLLEGE: Missed 2013-14 season after tearing ACL in left knee during summer ... Competed in all 33 games as sophomore in 2012-13 ... Averaged 5.2 points and 3.7 rebounds and blocked 37 shots ... Had career-high 25 points on 10-of-12 field-goal shooting along with nine rebounds and four blocks at Western Oregon on 3/2/13 ... Had double-double vs. Northwest Nazarene on 2/21/13 with 13 points, 10 rebounds and career-best five blocks ... Played in all 30 games as freshman in 2011-12, starting one ... Averaged 5.1 points, 4.1 rebounds and 0.9 blocked shots ... Had season high 15 points vs. Alaska Fairbanks on 2/11/12 and 11 points and career-high 11 rebounds vs. Northwest Nazarene ID on 1/21/12 ... Two letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: Second-team Columbia Basin Big Nine League all-star and team captain as junior and senior at Moses Lake High School ... Inspirational award winner for second straight year as senior, being named to league's all-defensive team ... As junior, helped Chiefs place eighth at Class 4A state tournament ... First-team all-league in volleyball as senior, averaging five kills per set, and honorable mention as junior ... Tean MVP both seasons ... Also attended Connell High School two years ... As sophomore, played on Eagles team that finished 24-2, won South Central Athletic Conference title, placed second at districts and finished sixth at Class 1A state tournament ... Most Inspirational Award winner in volleyball and second-team all-league as second baseman in softball on squad that finished 20-2 and placed third at state.

PERSONAL: Major is English/journalism... Her father, Mike, played baseball at Lewis-Clark State College ID, being inducted into school's Hall of Fame in 2013; and her mother, Debi, competed in volleyball and basketball at Big Bend CC.