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#21 Victoria Kenyon
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Queensland, Australia
High School: St. Peter's Lutheran
Experience: 3 Years
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CAREER ACCOLADES
2009-10:
Oregon Most Improved Player

AS A JUNIOR • 2009-10
Started 33 games for Oregon and was the defensive leader in the Ducks full-court pressure set guarding the inbound pass on the baseline...averaged career highs with 7.1 points and 4.8 rebounds per game...led the Ducks in 3-point field goal percentage (.435, 37-of-85)...recorded double figures in 11 games, and led UO in rebounding on four occasions...scored a then career-high 16 points and knocked down a then career-best four 3-pointers in a 89-86 overtime loss at Utah (12/22)…scored a career-high 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting in an 80-76 loss at USC in the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Tournament (03/12)...scored a career-high tying 18 points and tied a career high shooting 4-of-6 from 3-point range in a 93-67 WNIT second round win over New Mexico (03/23).

AS A SOPHOMORE • 2008-09
Appeared in 27 games for Oregon, making five starts...averaged 11.5 minutes, 2.3 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...one of the Ducks’ more accurate shooters at the free-throw line, knocked down 23-of-27 (.852) from the stripe...scored a season-high nine points in a loss to Georgia Tech (12/13)...her top performances of the season included scoring seven points and adding a season-high tying six rebounds in the season-opening 69-68 win at San Jose State (11/15)...also scored six points and brought down six boards in loss at BYU (11/21)...scored seven points in loss to No.11 Stanford (01/22).

AS A FRESHMAN • 2007-08
Physically the strongest of Oregon’s four freshmen posts, played in 27 games and made 12 starts during the season...finished the year averaging 3.6 points and 2.5 rebounds per game...scored a season-high 10 points, shooting 4-of-5 from the floor off the bench at Portland (12/02)...entered the starting lineup on Dec. 29 in the Pac-10 opener at Oregon State...started the next nine conference games for the Ducks, averaging 4.2 points and 3.3 rebounds per game while playing 19.9 minutes per contest...other season highlights included scoring eight points at No. 10 Baylor (12/12) and scoring nine points vs. South Florida (12/18)...during Oregon’s sweep of the Washington schools at home (01/17-19), averaged 7.5 points and 5.5 rebounds per game, while shooting 5-of-6 from the free-throw line and .500 from the floor.

REDSHIRT • 2007
Joined the program in January of 2007 and redshirted to improve on her strength and conditioning as well as skill work.

BEFORE OREGON
Played four years for the North Brisbane Bandits Club team from 2002-06...played both small and power forward...in 2003 was named the Most Promising Junior Girl, and the following year was named the Most Outstanding Junior Girl...in 2005 for Brisbane was named the Most Valuable Player...in 2006 won the silver medal at the Australian National Championships with the Queensland South Under-18 Girls State team...was co-captain of that squad...in 2007 with the Under-20 Queensland Women’s team, reached gold at the Australian National championships.

PERSONAL
Born May 25, 1989...parents are Edward and Heather Kenyon...major is public relations with a minor in communications...was recently married to Murry Aldred during the summer of 2010.

CAREER HIGHS
Points:
18, 2x, last vs. New Mexico (03.23.10)
Rebounds:
9 vs. Eastern Washington (11.16.09)
Assists:
4 at Portland (12.02.07)
Blocks:
1, 7x, last vs. Eastern Washington (03.18.10)
Steals:
3 vs. Portland (12.02.09)
Double-Figure Scoring:
12

 

GETTING TO KNOW VIC


Favorite midnight snack
I’M ASLEEP BY THEN

During road trips who is the best & worst roommate
BEST: NIA, BECAUSE SHE LOVES TO SLEEP. WORST: JASMIN, BECAUSE I CAN’T SLEEP WHEN SHE SNORES

Best advice I have ever received
JUST DO THE BEST YOU CAN, THAT’S ALL YOU CAN DO

Ten years from now I will …
MOST LIKELY BE LIVING IN SOUTHEAST QUEENSLAND IN A LARGE QUEENSLANDER BY THE BEACH

What is the weirdest habits one of your teammates has
AJ PUTS BAND-AIDS ON HER FOREHEAD

Favorite moment in a game
THE LAST 5-10 MINUTES WHEN IT’S CLOSE AND THE CROWD GETS REALLY BEHIND OUR TEAM

My biggest achievement on the court was
MY CAREER HIGH AGAINST USC IN THE PAC-10 QUARTERFINALS

Place I most want to visit
GREECE

The greatest influence on my life
WOULD BE MY FAITH/RELATIONSHIP WITH JESUS CHRIST

Reason I picked my jersey number
I WAS INSPIRED BY AN OLDER PLAYER I PLAYED AGAINST IN JUNIORS

If I could have any superpower it would be
TO FLY AND EXPLORE THE WORLD

Worst habit
WHEN I BITE MY FINGERNAILS

First job
IN A DELI AT “BI-LO”

Reason I came to Oregon
GET BETTER AT BASKETBALL, GET AN EDUCTION AND EXPERIENCE FOR LIFE

Best class I have taken in college
YOGA – I GOT THE BEST STOMACH MUSCLES

Best Oregon basketball memory
STARTING EACH GAME LAST SEASON

I-Pod pregame list
I JUST SING WHATEVER IS IN MY HEAD

Worst drill to run at practice
CIRCLE THE WAGONS, BUT LUCKILY WE DON’T HAVE TO DO THAT ANYMORE

Favorite coach saying
IF YOU CARE YOU’LL DO IT, IF YOU DON’T YOU WON’T

My ideal job after Oregon
WORKING FOR A P.R. COMPANY THAT VALUES ITS EMPLOYEES WHILE PLAYING BASKETBALL FOR A PROFESSIONAL TEAM

My bucket list
PURSUING A CAREER IN P.R., PLAYING BASKETBALL IN MANY DIFFERENT COUNTRIES AND HAVING CHILDREN WITH MURRY IN SOUTHEAST QUEENSLAND



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