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Dominic Ballard
Player Profile:
Dominic Ballard 1264607
Position: Guard
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 199
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.
High School: Bothell HS
Experience: 2 Letters

RS-JUNIOR (2014-15) – Sat out the entire season after tearing his ACL at the end of the 2013-14 season.

RS-SOPHOMORE (2013-14) – Saw playing time in 10 games for Washington State…averaged 2.7 minutes, 0.4 points and 0.2 rebounds…made first career field goal in four minutes against Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 28), tying career high with 2 assists…had first conference field goal going 1-for-1 from the field at Stanford (Jan. 15)…also added a steal in the contest…tied season and career high with a steal at Washington (Feb. 28).

RS-FRESHMAN (2012-13) – Played 12 games for the Cougars…averaged 5.1 minutes, 0.2 points and 0.7 rebounds…played a career-high 13 minutes at home against Utah Valley (Nov. 14)...collected a career-high 2 assists against Kansas (Nov. 19)…matched his career high with 2 assists against Arizona State (Feb. 20)…scored only points of career in final appearance against USC (March 9), going 2-for-2 from the free throw line…tied his career high with 2 rebounds in just 2 minutes of action.

FRESHMAN (2011-12) – Used redshirt season.

HIGH SCHOOL – Attended two different high schools…started at O’Dea High School where he played varsity basketball for head coach Phil Lumpkin…as a freshman, won the 3A State Championship…as a SOPHOMORE, was named team captain…as a JUNIOR, was named team captain, named to the second team all-conference for the Metro Division, and led the Fighting Irish to a fifth-place-finish at State…transferred to Bothell High School for SENIOR year where he played for coach Ron Ballinger...served as team captain and was the league's second-leading scorer with 21.6 points, 7.1 assists and 10.5 rebounds per game…earned first team all-KingCo Conference honors and was named the Cougars' MVP.

PERSONAL – Born Dominic Christopher Ballard, September of 1991 in Seattle, Wash…father David played basketball at Grambling before becoming a real estate broker…mother Trina works as a product manager…godfather Eric Metcalf played football at the University of Texas and later played in the NFL… undecided on area of study at Washington State.

Minutes: 13 vs. Utah Valley, 11/14/12
Points: 2 (three times) at Stanford, 1/15/14
Field Goals Made: 1 (twice) at Stanford, 1/15/14
Field Goal Attempts: 2 vs. Utah Valley, 11/14/12
3-Pt Field Goals Made: None
3-Pt Field Goal Attempts: None
Free Throws Made: 2 vs. USC, 3/9/13
Free Throws Attempted: 2 vs. USC, 3/9/13
Rebounds: 2 (twice) vs. USC, 3/9/13
Assists: 2 (three times) vs. Mississippi Valley State, 12/28/13
Blocks: None
Steals: 1 (three times) at Washington, 2/28/14
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