Vikings at No.3 Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Fairbanks
COLLEGE: Became just second player in school history and first in 30 years to lead WWU in scoring four times, the only other Viking to accomplish that feat being two-time Wade Trophy finalist Jo Metzger (1977-81) ... Finished fourth among WWU career scoring leaders with 1,654 points and third in Great Northwest Athletic Conference history ... Set school and GNAC career records in 3-point makes with 256 ... Also ranked 10th among school career leaders in assists with 356 ... Four times named GNAC Player of the Week and nine-time all-tournament selection during four-year career ... Honorable mention Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-American and GNAC Player of the Year as senior in 2010-11, starting all 30 games ... First-team WBCA and Daktronics West Region and GNAC all-star ... Averaged team-leading 13.1 points ... Assist average of 4.0 ranked second in GNAC ... Twice named GNAC Player of the Week and picked to three all-tourney teams, being MVP at WWU Goodrich Classic ... Scored double-figure points in 22 games and made three or more 3-pointers in 13 contests ... Had career-high 10 assists vs. Central Washington on 1/29/11 ... Honorable mention WBCA and Division II Bulletin All-American as junior in 2009-10, starting all 28 games ... First-team WBCA and Daktronics West Region all-star, missing out on Daktronics West Region Player of the Year honors by one point ... First-team GNAC all-star ... Led GNAC in scoring with 17.4 average, best mark by Western player since 1995-96 season ... Ranked No.6 nationally in 3-point percentage with school-record 46.7 percent (91-of-195) and No.9 in treys per game at GNAC-best 3.3 with 91 3-pointers being school single-season record ... Set WWU record by making 10 consecutive 3-pointers ... Also averaged 3.2 assists, second in GNAC, and 2.0 steals, fourth in conference ... Scored double-figure points in 23 games and made three or more 3-pointers in 17 contests ... Had two 30-point performances, scoring 32 vs. Western Oregon on 1/14/10 and 31 vs. Seattle Pacific on 2/20/10, hitting 7-of-10 treys ... GNAC Player of the Week and named to three all-tournament teams ... Second-team GNAC all-star in 2008-09 as sophomore, starting 21 of 28 games played ... Led team in scoring with 13.1 average and assists at 3.2 ... Ranked third among league leaders in 3-point makes per game (2.0), sixth in scoring, seventh in assists ... Scored career-high 37 points, second-highest total in school history, in 88-79 loss at Northwest Nazarene on 1/17/09, connecting on 12-of-19 field goals, 7-of-14 from 3-point range ... GNAC Player of the Week ... MVP of WWU Great Western Shootout ... GNAC Freshman of the Year and honorable mention all-league choice in 2007-08 ... Missed two contests with stress fracture ... Ranked fourth among GNAC scoring leaders, averaging team-leading 14.1points per game ... Just third freshman in school history to be team's top scorer and first since 1981-82 campaign ... Played in 29 games, making 26 starts ... Made league-high 110-of-137 free throws (80.3 percent) ... Scored double figures in 22 games ... Named all-tournament at Great Western Shootout and Disney's DII West Coast Tip-Off Classic ... Four letters ... Redshirt in 2006-07.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Everett Herald all-Area and Western Conference North Division all-star as senior at Marysville-Pilchuck High School ... Female co-Athlete of the Year for the Tomahawks ... MVP of East-West All-Star Game, scoring 15 points in helping West to 77-57 victory ... Team captain as senior and junior ... Averaged 17.6 points, 5.8 rebounds and 3.5 assists ... Had school records of 34 points and eight 3-pointers in 67-54 win over Monroe ... Sank 6-of-10 3-pointers and scored 23 points in 51-49 win over Snohomish at district playoffs ... Averaged 14.0 points and 6.0 assists as junior ... Lettered four years and started two ... Also earned one letter in track and field.
PERSONAL: Major is general studies ... Her high school coach was former Western basketball player Julie (Walker) Martin.