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Ebonee Coates
Ebonee Coates

Hometown:
Tacoma, Wash.

High School:
Curtis

Height:
6-4

Position:
Center

Birthdate:
08/12/1987

Experience:
4V



01/13/2007

Washington State vs. #10 Stanford

Washington State vs. #10 Stanford

COATES' WSU CAREER
SENIOR (2008-09):
Appeared in each of WSU's 30 games, making 10 starts...started the first four games of the season, then returned to the starting line-up for the final six games...became only the third women's basketball player in school history to record 100 career blocks, eclipsing the mark in her final game...blocked two shots against Arizona in the Pacific-10 Conference Tournament, bringing her career total to 101...tied the school's single-game record with six blocks against Oregon State (1/15/09) in only 14 minutes...is the only player in school history to record two six-block games (her first came against Northwestern in 2006)...had seven multiple-block games on the season...1.0 blocks per game ranked seventh in the Pac-10...pulled down a game- and season-high 13 rebounds against USC (2/20/09)...had another double-digit rebounding effort (12) against Washington (1/3/09), nine of which came on the offensive end...finished her career with nine double-digit rebounding games... led the Cougars in rebounding eight times...rebounding average of 5.1 per game ranked 18th in the Pac-10...recorded a career-high four assists against Arizona (1/31/09)...finished second on the team with 153 rebounds...rebounding average of 5.1 ranked third...led WSU with 29 blocks...also led WSU in field goal percentage (.472; 34-of-72)...averaged 2.7 ppg on the season.

JUNIOR (2007-08): Appeared in 17 of WSU's games, making 12 starts...after missing the first seven games of 2007-08 with a foot injury, made season debut against Boise State (12/9/07)...missed six games due to a concussion...averaged 7.1 points per game to rank second on the team...rebounding average of 6.8 led WSU...both averages were career highs...led WSU in scoring twice and in rebounding a team-best nine times...18 blocks on the season (average of 1.1 per game) also led the team...recorded first career double-double against Oregon State (2/15/08) with 18 points and 11 rebounds...also recorded a double-double against No. 7 Stanford (3/2/08) with 14 points and 11 boards...moved into fifth on the WSU career blocks list (72)...had four double-digit scoring efforts...tied a career high with 11 points against San Jose State (12/16/07)...set a career high with 12 points at USC (2/10/08) and bested the mark the following game with 18 points against Oregon State (2/15/08)...went 7-of-9 (.778) against the Beavers...also scored 14 points against seventh-ranked Stanford (3/2/08)...had six double-digit rebounding efforts, including a career high 16 boards against Oregon (2/17/08)...10 rebounds against Oregon in the opening round of the Pacific-10 Conference Tournament (3/7/08) was only the second double-digit effort by a Cougar in the conference tournament...recorded multiple blocks in five games (two each contest)...tied a career high with three assists against Oregon (2/17/08).

SOPHOMORE (2006-07): Appeared in all 29 games for WSU and made 17 starts...one of only four Cougars to appear in each of WSU's 29 games...recorded a team-high 32 blocks...completed the season in seventh place on WSU's career list with 54 blocks...tied a WSU single-game record with a career-high six blocks against Northwestern State (12/17/06)...also had a career-high 14 rebounds against the Lady Demons (12/17/06)...posted a career-high six steals against No. 12 Arizona State (2/3/07)...averaged 4.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game...scored in double digits in back-to-back contests with 11 points at Santa Clara (11/25/06) and 10 against Montana State (11/30/06).

FRESHMAN (2005-06): Had five starts and appeared in each of WSU's 28 games as a true freshman...one of only three Cougars to appear in all games...pulled down 87 rebounds and posted 22 blocks...shot 44.4 percent from the field to average 2.6 points per game...recorded eight rebounds and four blocks against Pepperdine in home opener (11/18/05)...first career double-digit scoring game came against Arizona State (1/26/06) with 10 points...pulled down a career-high 12 rebounds against St. Mary's (11/20/05).

HIGH SCHOOL
Three-year letterwinner and starter at Curtis High School playing for coach Mark Salzman...spent FRESHMAN year at Curtis Junior High School...scored 723 points in three-year career at Curtis HS...averaged 11.4 points and 10.8 rebounds as a SOPHOMORE...blocked 36 shots...as a JUNIOR named MVP of the South Puget Sound League All-Star game...averaged 9.3 points and 10.2 rebounds a game leading her team to a 21-5 overall record and the SPSL South (South Puget Sound League) Championship...earned SPSL South First Team honors...blocked 55 shots... played as a member of the USA West team that won every game at the 2004 USA Basketball Women's Youth Developmental Festival...averaged 11.3 points as a SENIOR, leading team to 19-5 overall record...repeated SPSL South First Team accolades...named as a Top 100 Senior by Blue Star Index...Street & Smith honorable mention...2005 McDonald's All-America finalist.

PERSONAL
Ebonee Madeline Coates...born in Tacoma, Wash...parents Ronald and Rose...enjoys shopping, watching movies and reading...majoring in communication.

CAREER HIGHS
MIN: 36 vs. Northwestern State, 12/17/06
FGM: 7 vs. Oregon State, 2/15/08
FGA: 10 at USC, 2/10/08
3FGM: N/A
3FGA: 1 at Kentucky, 11/10/06
FTM: 4 (twice) vs. Stanford, 3/2/08*
FTA: 9 vs. Stanford, 3/2/08
REB: 16 vs. Oregon, 2/17/08
ASST: 4 vs. Arizona, 1/31/09
BLKS: 6 (twice) vs. Oregon State, 1/15/08*
STLS: 6 vs. Arizona State, 2/3/07
PTS: 18 vs. Oregon State, 2/15/08

* denotes most recent occurrence

YEAR-BY-YEAR
                                 Total         3-Point                    Rebounds
Year      GP-GS   Min/Avg    FG-FGA   Pct   FG-FGA   Pct   FT-FTA   Pct Off-Def  Tot  Avg  PF-FO Ast  TO Blk Stl  Pts/Avg
2005-06   28-5    385/13.8   32-72   .444    0-0    .000    9-26   .346  31-56    87  3.1  62-3    9  44  22   4   73/2.6
2006-07   29-17   648/22.3   47-112  .420    0-1    .000   31-77   .403  61-92   153  5.3  84-2   18  66  32  29  125/4.3
2007-08   17-12   420/24.7   50-104  .481    0-0    .000   21-46   .457  34-81   115  6.8  67-8   17  52  18  12  121/7.1
2008-09   30-10   535/17.8   34-72   .472    0-0    .000   12-41   .293  60-93   153  5.1  99-7   22  73  29  10   80/2.7
TOTAL    104-44  1988/19.1  163-360  .453    0-1    .000   73-190  .384 186-322  508  4.9 312-20  66 235 101  55  399/3.8

Washington State Cougars Women's Basketball