Aleisha  Hathaway
35  Aleisha Hathaway

Spokane, WA

High School:
Shadle Park






WWU faces Alaska Anchorage in GNAC Tournament title game

Vikings have won last two crowns, UAA previous two


WWU meets Seattle Pacific in GNAC Tournament semifinal

Vikings have won last two titles


WWU travels to Billings for GNAC Tournament

Vikings have won last two titles, open versus Central Washington


Three Vikings named GNAC Academic All-Stars

Rachel Albert, Aleisha Hathaway and Taylor Peacocke honored


WWU hosts SFU in regular-season finale on ROOT Sports

Vikings ready for GNAC Tournament, have won 12 of last 15 games


2015-16 (Junior):
  • Started 28 games and played in 29, averaging 29.2 min/game (total of 847).
  • Averaged 8.1 points, 2.7 rebounds, 3.8 assists (ranked 6th in GNAC) and 2 steals (ranked 5th in GNAC) per game.
  • Shot .456 (ranked 5th in GNAC) from the floor and .818 for free throws 9 (ranked 7th in GNAC).
  • Shot .409 from 3-point range which ranked 4th in the GNAC and her 1.2 3's per game average ranked 14th. 
  • Ranked 5th in GNAC in assist to turnover ratio (111/82 or 1.4).
  • Season high 24 points came against Quincy on 12/19/15.
  • Named GNAC Player of the Week (Dec. 14-20).
  • Named to GNAC All-Academic team (3.56, Psychology and Biology).

2014-15 (Sophomore):
  • GNAC All-Star.
  • Competed in all 30 games, averaging 2.6 points, 1.1 rebounds and 1.1 assists.
  • Shot .455 from 3-point range.
  • Scored career-high 14 points vs. Alaska Fairbanks on 2/19/15, making 5-of-7 field goals including all four 3-point attempts.
  • Had career-high six assists vs. Montana State Billings on 1/3/15.
2013-14 (Medical Redshirt):
  • Medical redshirt season.
  • Received medical hardship for season after competing in just four games before suffering concussion.
2012-13 (Freshman):
  • Played in 27 games as true freshman in 2012-13, averaging 1.8 points and 1.0 rebounds.
  • Had season-high nine points vs. Alaska Anchorage on 2/2/13, and career-high 8 rebounds vs. Alaska Fairbanks on 1/31/13. 

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-Greater Spokane League choice for third straight year as senior at Shadle Park High School ... Helped Highlanders to district championship and first round of Class 3A state tournament ... Led team in points (12.7 avg.), rebounds, assists, steals and three-point percentage ... Team captain and squad MVP for three years ... Averaged 14.0 points and 10.0 rebounds as junior ... As sophomore, played on team that won district title and placed third at state ... Tied state tourney record for most blocks in game with seven ... Received all-state honorable mention ... As freshman, competed on team that finished second at state ... Starter for three seasons and top reserve as frosh ... Earned four letters ... Also lettered one year in volleyball and track and field

PERSONAL: Major is kinesiology ... Had 4.0 grade point average (4.0 scale) in high school, being one of seven valedictorians ... Competed in AAU Spokane Stars program for five years ... Plans to join Peace Corps after completing college degree ... Her late father, Randy Smith, played basketball at Eastern Washington University and Whitworth University.