No.13-ranked Vikings play Azusa Pacific and UC San Diego
No.6-ranked Vikings play Fresno Pacific and Humboldt State
Two starters back from 29-4 team that reached national semifinals
WWU finishes 29-4, wins GNAC and West Regional titles.
Senior center leads WWU in points, blocked shots and field-goal shooting
COLLEGE: Third-team Daktronics and honorable mention DII Bulletin All-American as senior in 2012-13 ... Daktronics West Region Player of the Year and first-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star ... West Regional all-tournament pick ... Scored team-leading 14.3 points on 58.7 percent (185-of-315) field-goal shooting, which ranked fourth nationally ... Averaged 6.1 rebounds, second on squad, and team-best 42 blocked shots ... Scored double-figure points in team-high 28 games ... Scored career-high 28 points on 13-of-16 floor accuracy at Central Washington on 1/24/13 and tied career high with 12 rebounds vs. Northwest Nazarene in GNAC Tournament on 3/8/13 ... GNAC Player of the Week ... MVP at both West Region Crossover Classic and South Point Holiday Hoops Classic ... Also picked to Lynda Goodrich Classic all-tourney team ... Started all 29 games played as junior in 2011-12 ... Averaged 9.9 points and team-leading 6.5 rebounds ... Shot team-best 58.0 percent (120-of-207) from field ... Had 23 points, making 11-of-13 field goals, in regional semifinal vs. UC San Diego on 3/10/12 ... Saw action in all 30 games as sophomore in 2010-11 ... Averaged 4.1 points and 3.4 rebounds ... Played in 15 games as freshman in 2009-10, averaging 1.7 points and 1.5 rebounds ... Four letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: First-team Everett Herald all-Area and all-Western Conference choice as senior at Marysville-Pilchuck High School ... Averaged 15.6 points and 13.1 rebounds ... Scored school-record 35 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in 70-61 win over Mount Vernon ... Seattle Times and Everett Herald Player of the Week ... Team captain and MVP ... First-team all-league choice and team captain as junior, grabbing career-high 22 rebounds in one game ... Most improved award winner as sophomore ... Started two years and lettered three ... Also earned two letters in soccer and one in golf.
PERSONAL: Major is business ... Her father, Larry, played basketball at Edmonds CC, as did her brother, Nick.
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