Megan Pinske
11  Megan Pinske

Coquitlam, B.C.

High School:
Port Moody

Last College:
British Columbia





COLLEGE: Completed three-year career with 617 points, shooting 40.5 percent (64-of-158) from 3-point range, 279 rebounds and 241 assists ... First-team Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star and conference academic all-star as senior in 2010-11, starting all 30 games ... Averaged 10.6 points and 4.1 assists, latter figure ranking second in conference ... GNAC Player of the Week and tourney MVP at Great Western Shootout ... Had career highs of 22 points vs. Saint Martin's on 1/6/11 and 10 assists vs. Saint Joseph's IN on 12/16/10 ... GNAC academic all-star as junior in 2009-10, starting 10 of 27 games played ... Averaged 7.6 points on 52.7 percent (77-of-146) field-goal shooting, 3.7 rebounds and 3.1 assists, third in GNAC ... Led conference with 1.9 assist-to-turnover ratio with 85 assists and 45 turnovers ... GNAC Player of the Week ... Member of Canadian Senior National Team that traveled to Cuiaba, Brazil, to compete in FIBA Americas Championship in late September of 2009 ... Saw action in 21 games as sophomore in 2008-09, making 13 starts, after missing first seven games while recovering from summer knee surgery ... Averaged 4.5 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.6 assists ... Shot 43.8 percent (14-of-32) from 3-point range ... Three letters ... Did not compete in 2007-08 after playing 2006-07 season at University of British Columbia ... Played in all 26 games as freshman for 24-2 Thunderbirds, averaging 2.2 points and 2.2 assists ... Added to roster of Canadian Senior National Team last summer, competing in FIBA Americas Championship in Cuiaba, Brazil ... Member of Canadian U21 National Team that placed sixth at 2007 FIBA World Championships held at Moscow, Russia ... Member of Canadian Junior Women's National Team that finished second at 2006 FIBA Americas Qualifying Tournament at Colorado Springs, Colo., and member of Canadian Young Women's National Team that placed third at 2006 FIBA Americas Qualifying Tournament at Mexico City, Mexico ... Member of Canadian U18 junior National Team that competed at the 2005 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs, Colo.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was one of Canada's most sought after recruits following senior year at Port Moody Senior Secondary ... Averaged 21.0 points, 10.0 assists and 5.0 rebounds for Blues, who were ranked as high as second in province of British Columbia before finishing fifth at provincials ... First-team Fraser Valley all-Star and Triple A tournament all-star ... Second-team all-league as junior on team that went to provincials, suffering season-ending knee injury just prior to tournament ... Helped squad finish sixth at provincials as sophomore ... Started three years and lettered four ... Also earned two letters in track and cross country and one in soccer ... PMHS Junior Athlete of the Year as freshman and track team MVP as sophomore ... Member of cross country team that qualified for B.C. Championships as sophomore.

PERSONAL: Major is communications.