|Hometown:||Victoria, British Columbia|
|High School:||Claremont Secondary|
Earned four varsity letters…appeared in 112 games, starting final 50 games…scored 535 points and grabbed 307 rebounds…blocked 98 shots, fifth-most in WSU history…recorded 69 assists and 47 steals…averaged 4.8 ppg and 4.3 rpg…posted 41.3 career shooting percentage…scored in double figures 14 times including one 20-point effort…recorded seven double-doubles.
SENIOR (2014-15): Started first 16 games…third on team with 8.6 ppg…led team with 7.2 rpg and tied for team lead with 29 blocks…shot a team-best 48.0 (60-125) from the floor…recorded 14 assists and 13 steals…scored in double figures five times…recorded two double-doubles…scored six points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked three shots in season-opening win over No. 22 Dayton…notched a double-double with season-highs of 19 points and 11 rebounds and had three blocks against No. 16 Nebraska…scored 12 points and blocked two shots against Seattle…scored 10 points and grabbed six boards against Michigan…in upset win over No. 10 Maryland, scored eight points, grabbed eight rebounds, made three steals and blocked two shots…scored 10 points, had seven boards and blocked two shots in road win over Gonzaga…had eight points, 11 rebounds and matched a career-high with five blocks in win at Arizona…had six points and two blocked shots at No. 18 Arizona State…recorded seven points, six rebounds and two blocks against California…scored eight points, had six boards, two steals and two blocks against No. 15 Stanford…notched a double-double with 14 points, 10 rebounds and two steals at No. 9 Oregon State…suffered season-ending right knee injury in final seconds at Oregon State.
JUNIOR (2013-14): Started all 34 games…averaged 7.3 ppg and team-best 6.6 rpg…notched team-high 38 blocks, fifth-most in the Pac-12 Conference and seventh-most in WSU single-season history…recorded 37 assists and 12 steals…posted 42.5 field goal percentage…recorded team-best five double-doubles, all against Pac-12 Conference teams, four in conference play…scored in double figures nine times, including one 20-point game…emerged in Pac-12 play, averaged 8.1 ppg, 6.6 rpg and shot 48.8 percent from the field…grabbed a 130 defensive rebounds, tenth-most in WSU single-season history…grabbed 93 offensive rebounds, tied for third-most in school single-season history…recorded eight points, 13 rebounds and two blocks in season-opener against Syracuse…notched nine points and eight rebounds in win at Seattle…recorded nine points and nine rebounds in win over Fresno State…had 10 points and eight boards at BYU…recorded a pair of blocks and 11 rebounds in road win at No. 10/10 Nebraska…grabbed eight rebounds in win over Cal State Northridge…notched 10 points and seven boards against No. 25/22 Gonzaga…recorded nine points, eight rebounds and three blocks in home win over No. 24/25 Arizona State…added nine points and eight rebounds in win over Arizona…recorded first career double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds along with two blocks in home win over Washington…notched double-double with career-high 20 points, 13 rebounds and two blocked shots in win at Washington…registered eight points, seven boards and two blocks in win over No. 21/20 Colorado…scored 10 points at Oregon State…notched a double-double with 11 points, 11 rebounds, three assists and two blocks in road win at USC…scoed eight points at UCLA…posted nine points, eight boards and two blocks in win at Colorado…had 12 points and seven rebounds in win over Oregon…notched double-double with 14 points and career-high 15 rebounds at No. 18/18 California…posted double-double with 15 points, 11 rebounds and two blocks in opening round win over Oregon at Pac-12 Conference Tournament…scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds in quarterfinal win over No. 20/20 California in Pac-12 Tournament…scored eight points at Montana in opening round of WNIT.
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Appeared in 29 games…averaged 2.7 ppg and 3.2 rpg…second on team with 25 blocks…recorded 12 assists and 11 steals…shot .792 (19-24) from the free throw line…scored five points and grabbed five rebounds in season-opener at Minnesota…had seven points and five boards in win over BYU…had four points and two blocks at UC Riverside…scored six points and had five rebounds at Fresno State…had two points, four rebounds, one block and one steal at Syracuse…scored three points and had three boards in win at Gonzaga…had five points and two steals against Washington…had four points, five boards, three steals and two blocks in win at Arizona State…scored six points, grabbed career-high nine rebounds and blocked a career-high five shots in win at Arizona…had four points in win over USC…scored six points and blocked two shots in win at Oregon State…had two blocks and five rebounds at No. 20 Colorado…had four points at Utah…had five rebounds against No. 4 Stanford…blocked four shots and had five rebounds in the opening round win over Arizona State at Pac-12 Conference Tournament.
FRESHMAN (2011-12): Appeared in all 33 games…averaged 2.2 ppg and 1.6 rpg in 8.9 mpg…recorded six blocks and 11 steals…shot .385 (30-78) from the floor…registered first collegiate basket in win over UNC-Wilmington at Lady Lion Classic…at the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands; scored six points against Michigan and had six points and five boards in the win over Prairie View A&M…had two points and recorded her first block in the win over San Diego State…recorded six points and five rebounds in 15 minutes against UC Riverside…had two points and three boards at No. 11 Ohio State…posted four points and two rebounds against Colorado…scored seven points at No. 4 Stanford…played 18 minutes against Arizona State…notched season-high eight points on 4-of-6 shooting in the win over Arizona…played season-high 21 minutes and had six points and five rebounds at UCLA…recorded three points, two blocks and four rebounds in 17 minutes at Arizona…scored three points and blocked a shot against California in the semifinal round of Pac-12 Tournament.
Attended Claremont Secondary in Victoria, British Columbia…played basketball for coach Kim Graves…named league MVP and all-star as a senior…helped team to third at Provincials (State) as a junior and runner-up as a senior…selected to U16 and U17 Canadian National teams as a junior and senior…helped Canada to a second place finish at the FIBA Americas U16 World Championship Qualifying Tournament in 2009…led the Canadian U17 National Team in rebounding and was second in scoring during the team's appearance at the FIBA U17 World Championship in France in summer, 2010…also played volleyball.
Born in Victoria, British Columbia…parents Shawn and Leslie…sister, Marissa...human development major.