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Jessica Collins
Jessica Collins

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Reno, Nevada

High School:
McQueen

Height:
5-6

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
10/10/1978

Experience:
3V



COLLINS' WASHINGTON STATE CAREER

SENIOR (2000-01): Playing time limited to four games due to a left foot stress fracture...earned a medical hardship allowing her to return for 2001-02 campaign...averaged 2.8 points and 10.5 minutes a game...dished out a career-high five assists versus Vermont (Nov. 26)...earned a second team Pac-10 All-Academic selection...selected as team's most inspirational player.

JUNIOR (1999-2000): Appeared in 26 games, six as a starter...made first career start at Bowling Green (Dec. 20), recording 12 points and career highs in minutes (36), assists (four) and steals (four)...posted career-high 13 points vs. UC-Santa Barbara (Dec. 28) on the strength of 4-for-5 shooting...named honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic.

SOPHOMORE (1998-99): Playing time limited to six games, four of them in Pac-10 action...recorded a point vs. Wyoming (Nov. 24) and a rebound at Arizona (Feb. 6).

FRESHMAN (1997-98): Saw limited playing time in six games, four early in the season...scored four points in WSU's opener at Colorado State (Nov. 21), hitting both field goals in four minutes of duty...in her first five games, was a perfect 4-for-4 from the field...her only miss of the season came against Stanford when she grabbed two rebounds.

COLLINS' HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: Lettered three times in basketball and four times in softball...captain of both teams senior year...as a SOPHOMORE earned all-league second team honors in softball...as a JUNIOR won State basketball title after capturing zone and divisional championships...won team's offense award and coaches award...received USA Today All-America recognition...first team all-league and second-team All-State...during softball season received all-league, All-Metro and all-zone first team honors...won team's offense award...during SENIOR year named the 1996-97 America's Girls Basketball Elite Team and was picked to two all-tourney teams (Klamath Falls, Ore., McQueen Invitational)...team repeated State basketball title...academic athlete of the week pick by the Reno Gazette-Journal...received McQueen High's top female athlete award ...received team awards for assists and motivation...All-Nevada first team...averaged eight points, six assists, three rebounds and two steals per game.

PERSONAL: Jessica Collins...Born 10-10-78 in Reno, Nev....parents Mike Collins and Sue Harris...eight other sisters and brothers...enjoys sailing, kayaking, and international travel...majoring in business with an entrepreneurship emphasis in the Honors Program...Carries a 3.7 prep GPA...achieved President's Honor Roll every semester.

COLLINS' WSU CAREER HIGHS
POINTS: 13 vs. UC-Santa Barbara, Dec. 28, 1999
FGM: 4 (Twice) vs. UC-Santa Barbara, Dec. 28, 1999*
FGA: 10 at Bowling Green, Dec. 20, 1999
3-FGM: 2 (Twice) vs. UC-Santa Barbara, Dec. 28, 1999*
3-FGA: 5 at Bowling Green, Dec. 20, 1999
FTM: 3 vs. UC-Santa Barbara, Dec. 28, 1999
FTA: 4 vs. UC-Santa Barbara, Dec. 28, 1999
REB: 3 (Twice) at UCLA, Jan. 9, 2000*
ASST: 5 vs. Vermont, Nov. 26, 2000
BLOCKS: 1 at Washington, Feb. 6, 2000
STEALS: 4 at Bowling Green, Dec. 20, 1999
MIN: 36 at Bowling Green, Dec. 20, 1999
*indicates most recent occurrence

COLLINS YEAR BY YEAR

	                                     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	6-0	8-1.3	4-5	.800	0-1	.000	0-0	.000	1	1	2	0.3	2	3	8	0	0	18
1999	6-0	1-0.3	0-1	.000	0-0	.000	1-2	.500	0	1	1	0.2	0	0	4	0	0	11
2000	26-6	48-1.8	18-53	.340	5-16	.312	7-9	.778	3	21	24	0.9	15	30	33	1	18	273
2001	4-0	11-2.8	4-8	.500	0-0	.000	3-6	.500	0	1	1	0.3	5	6	6	0	2	42
Career	42-6	68-1.6	26-67	.388	5-17	.294	11-17	.647	4	24	28	0.7	22	39	51	1	20	344
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