REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2006-07, VOLLEYBALL)
Oregon enjoyed one of its best seasons ever thanks to her immediate contributions in her first volleyball season since high school...started 26 matches and played all 33, and her 112 games was second-most on the team...ied team in blocks (117), blocks average (1.04), block solos (12) and block assists (105), and ranked second in attack percentage among hitters (.305)...in the postseason, averaged 2.12 kills and 1.62 blocks per game...in NCAA second round win at No. 11 Kansas State led Oregon with nine block assists — the UO’s season high — and also posted nine kills...in opening NCAA three-set win against Missouri State had eight kills, six assists and four total blocks...posted her second-highest block tally (7) in home stops vs. Kansas, Washington State and Arizona State...had season-high nine kills five times, including three-game conference tilts vs. Stanford and Washington...posted match bests in hitting (.467) and blocks (7) to go with nine kills and 12.5 points in sweep of Washington State (9/22)...in consecutive wins over top-10 L.A. opponents had five kills vs. No. 6 USC, and six kills and three blocks in sweep of No. 9 UCLA...topped .600 hitting mark in matches vs. Portland (.625, 5-0-8) and Rutgers (.615, 9-1-13)...in her first collegiate match, hit .538 (8-1-13) vs. Idaho State and had four block assists.
JUNIOR (2006-07, REDSHIRT)
Joined volleyball squad after two years with basketball team.
SOPHOMORE (2005-06, BASKETBALL)
Started the first five games and appeared in 23 of 28...averaged 2.7 points and 2.1 rebounds overall...had five points, team-high seven rebounds in loss vs. USC...contributed five points, four rebounds, one block in 24 minutes in loss at Washington...chipped in season-high eight points and two steals in win vs. Drake.
FRESHMAN (2004-05, BASKETBALL)
The Pac-10 All-Freshman selection was one of five Ducks to play in all 31 games...started 11 contests (including eight Pac-10 and three postseason)...averaged 5.5 points and 3.2 rebounds, and stood second on the team in three-point percentage (38 percent) and free throw accuracy (77 percent), and third in field goal (44 percent)...had +10 points in four games, all on the road...was 11-of-12 from the charity stripe in Oregon’s four postseason games...gathered seven rebounds in NCAA first round victory over TCU...scored 12 points and had season-high eight rebounds in key road win at California (2/26) in regular season finale...had season-high 19 points at Washington (7-of-10 FG, 3-of-5 3 pt.)...also had 10 points at Arizona and Arkansas, with seven rebounds in latter game...posted nine points and six rebounds in first collegiate start against California.
Led basketball team to three state championships... as a senior, the Gatorade state player of the year averaged 15 points and 14.rebounds, shot 79 percent from the floor, and was a first-team all-state and second-team all-tourney pick...led team in scoring and rebounding as sophomore and junior...honor roll student.
Parents are Lindsay and Zena...has one brother, Lathaniel...graduated with degree in Business, and now enrolled in graduate school.
Year GP K K/G E TA Pct A A/G SA SA/G SE DIG D/G RE BS BA TB B/G BE BHE Points Pts/G
2007 112 188 1.68 57 429 .305 15 0.13 0 0.00 0 33 0.29 2 12 105 117 1.04 7 5 252.5 2.25
Kills: 9, Five Times (last at Kansas State,12/1/07)
Attempts: 21, at Kansas State (12/1/07)
Points: 13.5, at Kansas State (12/1/07)
Assists: 6, vs. Missouri State (11/30/07)
Digs: 3, Two times (last at WSU, 11/21/07)
Blocks: 9, at Kansas State (12/1/07)
Favorite food: fried shrimp and white rice
Favorite Hobby: movies at the dollar theater
Favorite Music Artist: Lil Wayne and Robin Thicke “Shooter”
Pre-game Ritual: wash dishes
Favorite Sports Figure: LeBron James
Favorite Sports Team: Oregon Ducks
Favorite book: The Bible
Favorite movie: Nacho Libre
Dream vacation: Venice
Favorite place on campus: courtyard in front of Lillis
Best thing about being a Duck: singing the fight song...in my sleep!