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Jillian Alleyne
Player Profile:
Jillian Alleyne 883801
Position: Forward
Height: 6'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fontana, Calif.
High School: Summit HS
Experience: 3 Letters


- Associated Press Third Team All-American (2015-16)
- Pac-12 Co-Player of the Year (2015-16) (Media vote)
- All-Pac-12 (2015-16) (Coaches & Media)
- Pac-12 All-Defensive Team (2015-16) (Coaches & Media)
- No. 16 in ESPNW's preseason list of the top-25 players in the nation (2015-16)
- Preseason All-Pac-12 (2015-16) (Media)
- Associated Press Third Team All-American (2014-15)
- All-Pac-12 (2014-15) (Coaches & Media)
- Pac-12 All-Defensive Team (2014-15) (Coaches & Media)
- Pac-12 Honorable Mention All-Academic (2014-15)
- Preseason Wooden Award Watch List (2014-15)
- Preseason Wade Trophy Watch List (2014-15)
- Preseason All-Pac-12 (2014-15) (Media)
- Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American (2013-14)
- Full Court Honorable Mention All-American (2013-14)
- All-Pac-12 (2013-14) (Coaches & Media)
- Pac-12 All-Defensive Team (2013-14) (Media)
- Full Court Second Team Freshman All-American (2012-13)
- Pac-12 Freshman of the Year (2012-13) (Media vote)
- Pac-12 All-Freshman Team (2012-13) (Coaches & Media)
- Pac-12 Honorable Mention (2012-13) (Coaches)

- Pac-12 and Oregon double-double streak record (21 straight between sophomore and junior seasons, third longest in NCAA history)
- Pac-12 and Oregon single-season rebounds record (519 as a sophomore)
- Pac-12 and Oregon single-season double-doubles record (29 as a sophomore)
- Pac-12 and Oregon single-game rebounds record (27 vs. Portland State as a freshman)
- Oregon single-game field goal percentage record (Tied record by going 11-of-11 at Arizona as a sophomore)
- Oregon single-season free throws made (190 as a sophomore) and attempted (268 as a sophomore) records

Taken in the second round (20th overall) of the 2016 WNBA draft by the Phoenix Mercury. 

Invited to USA Basketball tryouts in both 2013 (USA junior team camp) and 2015 (World University Games and Pan-Am Games camp).

The Pac-12's active leader in scoring (1,637 points) and rebounding (1,344 boards) will be the unquestioned focus of the Ducks and the conference in 2015-16...Will form one of the best frontcourts in the conference with 6-foot-5 center Jacinta Vandenberg...Has led Oregon in rebounding in 59 straight games dating back to her sophomore season...Closing in on major milestones...Enters her senior year just 18 rebounds away from matching Bev Smith's UO career mark of 1,362 boards...Also goes into the 2015-16 season ranked fifth in UO history with 1,637 career points... The current career record is held by Alison Lang, with 2,252 points...Her 69 career double-doubles are the second most in UO history and she needs 19 more to match Smith's UO record of 88.

AS A JUNIOR | 2014-15
A Naismith and Wooden Award watch list selection...All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 all-defense...Continued her assault on the Oregon and Pac-12 record books in her third season with the Ducks and first under head coach Kelly Graves...With 28 double-doubles on the year, she joined Courtney Paris and Chiney Ogwumike as the only players in NCAA history to tally back-to-back seasons with 27-or-more double-doubles...She also joined exclusive company when she reached 450+ rebounds in back-to-back seasons, as only the fourth player in NCAA history to accomplish the feat...Led the Ducks with 18.4 points per game and 15.2 rebounds per game while shooting 57.6 percent from the field (224-of-389) in 34.7 minutes per game...Started all 30 games for the Ducks...Led the Ducks in rebounding in all 30 games...Also led the Ducks with 41 blocked shots...Named Pac-12 player of the week on two occassions, after helping the Ducks beat UCLA on Jan. 31 with 30 points and 25 rebounds and again after helping Oregon beat Stanford on March 1 with 22 points and 12 rebounds...After her 25 rebounds performance against the Bruins, she owns seven of Oregon's 11 all-time best single-game rebounding marks.

AS A SOPHOMORE | 2013-14
Her 519 total rebounds were the fifth most in NCAA single-season history and just 20 shy of the NCAA record of 539 (Courtney Paris)...Became the sixth player in program history to earn All-America considerations when she was an honorable mention selection by both the Associated Press and Full Court...Led the NCAA with both 29 double-doubles and 519 rebounds (16.2 per game)...Also ranked 22nd in the nation in total points (684) and 24th in points per game (21.4)...Broke both of Bev Smith’s single-season school records for rebounds (previously 376) and double-doubles (previously 24)...Named USBWA National Player of the Week and Pac-12 Player of the Week after posting 21 points, 19 rebounds and four blocks in a win over Washington State on Jan. 24 plus a whopping 34 points and 25 rebounds with a career-high five assists in a win versus Washington on Jan. 26...Tied the single-game school field goal percentage record when she went 11-for-11 from the floor in a win at Arizona on Jan. 31...Set the single-season school records for both free throws made (190) and free throws attempted (268).

AS A FRESHMAN | 2012-13
Appeared in all 31 games, starting 26...Averaged team-highs of 13.0 points, 11.9 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game...Named Full Court second team Freshman All-American...Tabbed the Pac-12 Conference Freshman of the Year by media who cover the league (coaches chose Colorado’s Arielle Roberson)...Selected to the Pac-12’s all-Freshman Team by both the media and the coaches...Finished the year tied for seventh in the nation for rebounding average (11.9) and was the highest ranked freshman in NCAA Division I women’s basketball...Also ranked 10th nationally for scoring by a freshman (13.0)...Ranked second in the Pac-12 for rebounding...Grabbed 370 total rebounds, ranking her second all-time at UO...Her rebound total was just six shy of the previous school record held by Bev Smith, who tallied 376 rebounds in 32 games during the 1980-81 season...Registered a team-high 12 double-doubles, which tied for third amongst Pac-12 players...Grabbed 27 rebounds and broke the school and Pac-12 rebounding record in UO’s double-overtime home loss to Portland State...Her 27 rebounds in that game were the most by a NCAA Division I women’s basketball player in 2012-13...She broke the Pac-12 single-game rebounds record set nearly 20 years ago by UCLA’s Natalie Williams in 1994...She also took down UO’s 34-year-old rebounding record that stood since 1978...Her 27 boards were also the 24th-highest single-game total in NCAA history (dating back to 1982)...In that game against PSU she also matched UO’s school record for points with 38...Recorded four of the top seven single-game rebounding efforts of any Pac-12 player (27, 23, 19, 18)...Came off the bench to grab a game-high 23 boards against No. 13 Oklahoma.

A 2012 graduate of Summit High School in Fontana, Calif....A two-sport athlete competing in both basketball and volleyball...Led SHS to a win over Huntington Beach HS in the 2012 Div. 1A CIF championship game...Scored 17 points and grabbed 20 rebounds in that state title game...A 2012 McDonald’s All-American nominee...Named Sunkist League MVP, Inland Valley Player of the Year and all-CIF Southern Section Player of the Year as a senior...Second team Div. 1A all-CIF pick in 2011-12...Led the Sunkist League in four statistical categories as a senior, averaging 14.5 points, 9.9 rebounds, 2.9 blocks and 2.7 assists per game...An all-state selection and Sporting News honorable mention All-American as a junior...Averaged 12.3 points, 8.5 rebounds, 1.9 steals and 1.8 blocks per outing in 2010-11...Named the 2011 co-MVP of the Sunkist League...Played freshman and sophomore seasons at Ayala High School in Chino Hills, Calif....Named first team all-CIF Southern Section Division 1A as a sophomore...Helped Ayala HS to a 22-9 record and Sierra League championship in 2009-10...Averaged a double-double of 13.2 points and 15.3 rebounds per game in her sophomore campaign...Also earned second team all-CIF Southern Section Division 1A honors as a freshman.

Played three years with the FBC Blue National Elite Team...Helped team to EA Sports Championship in Georgia.

Parents are Donald and Pamela Williamson...Pam ran track for Trinidad and Tobago...Major is communication disorders and sciences...Has one sister, Faith Williamson...While at Summit HS, earned the Skyhawks’ Scholars Award as well as the principal’s academic award for basketball.

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