No.2 seeded Vikings are defending toruney champions
COLLEGE: Great Northwest Athletic Conference pre-season all-star ... Competed in all 33 games, starting 25, as junior in 2012-13 ... Averaged 6.2 points and team-leading 6.2 rebounds ... Had career highs of 14 points at Alaska Fairbanks on 1/5/13 and 15 rebounds vs. Grand Canyon at Las Vegas on 12/19/12 ... Named all-tourney at CCAA/GNAC Classic ... Played in all 30 games as sophomore in 2011-12 ... Averaged 3.3 points and 4.3 rebounds ... Had season highs of 10 points vs. Simpson CA on 11/25/11 and 10 rebounds vs. Chico State on 12/9/11 ... Two letters ... Transfer from University of Maryland-Baltimore County ... Lettered in basketball and volleyball for Retrievers during 2008-09 academic year ... Averaged 0.7 points and 0.5 rebounds in 12 games on 14-16 team in basketball, and averaged 1.76 kills (.235 attack percentage) and 1.00 blocks on 18-13 squad in volleyball ... Redshirt in 2007-08 and did not compete in 2009-10 or 2010-11.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-sport letter winner at Lloyd C. Bird High School in Chesterfield, Virginia ... As senior, helped Skyhawks to Central Region Championship and Class AAA State Tournament ... Received squad's Most Improved award ... Three-year letter winner ... Also earned three letters in volleyball and track and one in soccer ... Second-team all-region and first-team all-district choice as senior in volleyball on team that reached regionals for third straight year ... Unsung hero award winner as junior ... Had personal-best 5-2 in high jump and placed 11th at state as senior, being named team's MVP ... Coaches award winner as junior, taking discus title at Dominion District meet, while also placed third in high jump and fourth in 300-meter hurdles ... As senior in soccer was all-region selection as forward and named Richmond Times-Dispatch Athlete of the Week ... Attended Chadron (Neb.) High School as freshman, earning letters in volleyball and track ... Competed in state meet in high jump and 4x800 relay.
PERSONAL: Major is general studies...Her sister, Celeste, was All-America basketball player at WWU, being named to school's Athletics Hall of Fame in 2012, and played professionally overseas for four years ... Served as Senior Class President in high school and was member of National Art Honor Society.