In first year as assistant at Western ... Position made possible by NCAA Division II Coaching Enhancement Grant ... Ranks second among WWU career leaders in blocked shots with 190 ... Honorable mention all-Great Northwest Athletic Conference pick as junior, ranking fourth nationally in blocks with 2.9 per game average ... Received bachelor's degree in general studies from Western last spring ... Graduate of Kentridge High School, setting school career records for points (906)m rebounds (634) and blocks (278) ... 23 years old.
COLLEGE: Ranked second among WWU career leaders with 190 blocked shots (2.4 per game average) ... Played in just four games as senior last season because of career-ending knee injury .... Started all 28 games as junior in 2006-07 ... Honorable mention Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-star ... Averaged 10.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and team-leading 2.9 blocks ... Led GNAC and ranked fourth nationally in blocks, having at least one rejection in every game ...Had career highs of 21 points and 12 rebounds vs. Western Oregon on 1/20/07, and tied career high with 7 blocked shots vs. Cal State Stanislaus on 12/8/06 ... All-tournament at WWU Lynda Goodrich Classic ... Received medical redshirt after playing just two games in 2005-06 before being sidelined with patella stress fracture ... Played in all 29 games in 2004-05, making 15 starts ... Averaged 6.7 points and 3.3 rebounds ... Ranked No.14 nationally in blocked shots with 2.5 average ... Blocked career-high 7 shots in three games, including back-to-back contests vs. Alaska Anchorage on 2/3/05 and vs. Alaska Fairbanks on 2/5/05 ... Had at least one rejection in 21 straight games ... Had season highs of 17 points vs. Evergreen on 12/13/04 and 8 rebounds twice vs. Northwest Nazarene on 1/20/05 and Cal State Dominguez Hills on 3/11/15 ... As freshman in 2003-04, played in first 15 games before suffering season-ending ACL tear against Alaska Fairbanks on 1/22/04 ... Averaged 3.6 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.7 blocks ... Four letters.
HIGH SCHOOL: Selected to play in Washington State senior all-star game ... Set school career records at Kentridge High School for points (906), rebounds (634), and blocks (278) ... First-team King County Journal all-Area and all-South Puget Sound League North Division choice as senior ... Averaged 17.0 points and 9.0 rebounds on 15-9 team that reached district playoffs ... Set school season records for rebounds (225) and blocks (111) ... Had triple-double in district playoff win over Emerald Ridge with 14 points, 12 rebounds and school-record 10 blocks ... Team captain and MVP ... First-team all-league as junior, scoring school record 309 points and setting game marks for rebounds (21) and field goals (14) ... Inspirational award winner ... Second-team all-league as sophomore ... Started and lettered three years ... Also lettered three years in track as triple jumper. PERSONAL: Major is public relations.
PERSONAL: Public relations major.
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