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Victoria Harrod
Victoria Harrod

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Nepean, Ontario

High School:
Merivale

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
08/22/1978

Experience:
3V



HARROD'S WASHINGTON STATE CAREER

JUNIOR (1999-2000): Had four points, four rebounds, career-high five assists and two steals in 13 minutes at Utah in season opener (Nov. 20) before suffering broken right arm...Returned to action Dec. 30 vs. St. Mary's, recording four points, two rebounds, two steals and a block in 10 minutes...Tri-captain connected on 8-of-8 free throws at UCLA (Jan. 9)...Earned Pac-10 All-Academic honors...Voted by teammates as team's most inspirational player...Named Oustanding Junior in the Department of Human Development.

SOPHOMORE (1998-99): Saw action in all 27 games, including three starts...Ranked sixth in scoring...Playing time 19.8 minutes a game...Shot 75.9% at free throw line, fifth in the Pac-10, and 49.2% from the field...All-Pac-10 academic second team pick...Tallied a career-high 18 points at Oregon and the next weekend had 13 in a win over California; scored 12 at Arizona and 10 at Stanford...Career-high 34 minutes against Stanford...Had 10 boards against Cal while notching her first double-double with 13 points...Racked up a double-double in WSU's home win over USC with 15 points and career-high 11 rebounds...Scored 12 and grabbed six boards in final game, a start against Washington.

FRESHMAN (1997-98): Played a reserve role off the bench, giving help inside...Played in 23 games with one early-season start (Wyoming)...Best outing a 20-minute stint against Arizona State when she scored 13 points, hitting all five field goal attempts and 3-of-4 free throws...Scored 10 points and had six rebounds at Wyoming in WSU's second game of the year...Topped the team at the free throw line, hitting 16 of her 20 attempts...Against Pac-10 champion Stanford late in the year hit 3-of-5 field goals, her only free throw, and had six rebounds while scoring seven points.

HARROD'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: Participated in basketball, volleyball, badminton, track (long and triple jumps) and football (quarterback; club sport)...During FRESHMAN year named school's best Grade-9 athlete...MVP of basketball team and team's high scorer...Earned a bronze medal in all-city discus competition...As a SOPHOMORE Merivale's basketball MVP...Member of the Carleton Board All-Star team that won a silver medal...JUNIOR year team's top scorer...Ranked ninth in conference scoring (Carleton Board)...Competitive team won two tournament gold medals and one bronze award...Volleyball captain...During SENIOR (1996-97) year received the Bellman Trophy as the school's best all-around athlete (normally goes to a graduating student)...Averaged 19 points to rank as the Carleton Board School's top scorer...Named to the Carleton Board all-star team for the second time...Team won the gold medal in the Eastern Ontario Basketball Association...Merivale's MVP...Third place in Carleton Board badminton doubles...MVP of Merivale's girls varsity touch football team...Volleyball captain...One of 24 competitors chosen to attend the 1996 Canadian National Junior Women's Basketball tryouts...Member of the 1996 Ontario basketball team and the Eastern Ontario junior team (also 1994).

PERSONAL: Victoria Elizabeth Alexandria Harrod...Born 8-22-78 at Ottawa, Ontario...Parents William and Evelyn Harrod...Father Royal Canadian Air Force pilot...Two older brothers, Marshall and Robert...Father played rugby and hockey at the Royal Military College, while Marshall played basketball at Briercrest Bible College and Robert football for the University of Ottawa and the Edmonton Eskimos...Enjoys attending theater events and working with youth groups...Attended several leadership camps while in high school, including the Camp Cherith Leadership Camp...Member of school's student council...Received highest drama mark in the school in 1994-95...Participated on the school's Quiz Team, 1994-96...Member of the Athletic Council for four years and co-president 1996-97...Honor student...Finished in the top 25 percent in Canadian math competition...Active in her evangelical church programs...Human development major.

HARROD'S WSU CAREER HIGHS

POINTS: 18 at Oregon, Jan. 17, 1999

FGM: 6 vs. USC, Feb. 27, 1999

FGA: 12 vs. USC, Feb. 27, 1999

3-FGM: None

3-FGA: 1 vs. Stanford, Feb. 21, 1998

FTM: 8 (twice), at UCLA, Jan. 9, 2000*

FTA: 10 at Oregon, Jan. 17, 1999

REB: 11 vs. USC, Feb. 27, 1999,

ASST: 5 at Utah, Nov. 20, 1999

BLOCKS: 2 (three times), vs. Washington, March 4, 2000*

STEALS: 4 (three times), vs. USC, Feb. 27, 1999*

MIN: 28 (twice), vs. California, Jan. 27, 2000*

*indicates most recent occurrence

HARROD'S YEAR BY YEAR SUMMARY

                                   3-PT FG
YEAR   GP-GS PTS-AVG  FGM-FGA  PCT FGM-FGA  PCT FTM-FTA  PCT OR  DR  TR AVG  PF  A  TO BS ST  MIN
1998   23-1   62-2.7   23-56  .411   0-1   .000  16-20  .800 16  19  35 1.5  31  6  27  1 18  188
1999   27-3  178-6.6   59-120 .492   0-0   .000  60-79  .759 45  73 118 4.4  59 31  52  9 34  533
2000   20-13 131-6.6   47-96  .490   0-0   .000  37-41  .902 26  46  72 3.6  41 21  38 14 18  402
Career 70-17 371-5.3  129-272 .474   0-1   .000 113-140 .807 87 138 225 3.2 131 58 117 24 70 1123

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