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#11 Jazmine Perkins
Position: Guard
Height: 5'10"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Berkeley, Calif.
High School: Berkeley HS
Experience: 2 Letters

 

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Jazmine Perkins
Jazmine Perkins
Hometown:
Berkeley, Calif.

High School:
Berkeley HS

Height:
5-10

Position:
Guard

Experience:
4V



WSU CAREER
CAREER:
All-time leader in games played with 122...also made 108 career starts, second most by a Cougar...only player in WSU history, men's or women's with 1,000 points, 700 rebounds and 250 steals...finished career as Pac-12's active career leader in steals with 259, good for second in WSU history...finished career with 1,288 career points, seventh all time...grabbed 728 rebounds, fourth all time and tied for tenth all time with 285 career assists...finished with 144 made three's, second most all-time...notched 10 career double-doubles.

SENIOR (2011-12): Earned All-Pac-12 Conference honorable mention and all-defensive team honorable mention...also named first team all-defensive team by the media...appeared in all 33 games and made 28 starts...second on team in scoring with 8.5 ppg...led team in rebounding at 7.4 rpg and minutes played at 26.2 mpg...tied for Pac-12 lead in steals with 2.6 spg and was second in conference with 87 steals, tied for the seventh most in WSU single season history...grabbed 243 total rebounds, the sixth most in WSU single season history...shot .321 (96-299) from the floor...tied for team lead with 12 games in double figures...posted double figures in rebounding nine times...recorded six double-doubles...in conference play only; led team in scoring at 8.2 ppg and in rebounding at 7.8 rpg...also made 45 steals in conference play...scored nine points and grabbed 13 rebounds at No. 12/14 Penn State (Nov. 11) at the Lady Lion Classic...scored 16 points and had six boards in the win at Wisconsin (Nov. 18)...had nine points, six steals and eight rebounds at South Dakota State (Nov. 20)...scored nine points, made three steals and had five rebounds against Michigan (Nov. 25) at the Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands...scored seven points, grabbed seven rebounds, made five steals and dished out four assists against No. 24 Gonzaga (Nov. 30)...scored season-high 19 points have hitting four three's against No. 14/13 Louisville (Dec. 19)...notched three straight double-doubles Dec. 22-31...notched 11 points and 15 rebounds at No. 11/13 Ohio State (Dec. 22)...earned Pac-12 Player of the Week after posting two double-doubles, 15 points and 12 boards at Oregon (Dec. 29) and 11 points and 15 rebounds at Oregon State (Dec. 31)...scored 15 points and grabbed six boards against Colorado...scored 13 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and matched a career-high seven steals against Arizona (Jan. 28)...scored 17 points and had 10 rebounds at USC (Feb. 2)...scored 13 points at UCLA (Feb. 4)...scored 10 points, grabbed 11 boards and dished out a career-high eight assists against Oregon (Feb. 11)...scored eight points and recorded 13 rebounds at Arizona State (Feb. 18)...scored six points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the opening round win over Oregon State in the Pac-12 Tournament...had 12 points and seven boards in the quarterfinal round win over USC at the Pac-12 Tournament...named to Pac-12 Tournament's All-Tournament team.

JUNIOR (2010-11): Earned All-Pacific-10 Conference honorable mention accolades...appeared in 29 games...made 21 starts...second on the team with 9.3 ppg...tied for team-lead in rebounding at 5.3 rpg...averaged 9.6 ppg and tied for team-high with 4.8 rpg in Pac-10 play...second on team with 73 assists and 51 steals...third on team with 37 made 3-pt field goals...registered one double-double and two 20-plus scoring efforts...scored in double-figures 11 times...scored 17 points in season-opener at Saint Mary's (Nov. 12)...grabbed nine rebounds and scored six points at UC Davis (Nov. 14)...registered eight points, seven rebounds and five assists against Nebraska (Nov. 22)...recorded 11 points, six assists and six boards in win over Long Beach State at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu (Nov. 27)...scored 14 points against Gonzaga at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu (Nov. 28)...had 11 points at San Diego State (Dec. 21)...scored a season-high 24 points and made a career-best six 3-pointers at Oregon (Jan. 6)...connected on four 3-pt field goals and finished with 16 points in the win at Arizona State (Jan. 20)...had 10 points and eight rebounds at Washington (Jan. 30)...matched a career-high with seven assists in the win over Oregon (Feb. 5)...scored 18 points on 7-of-7 shooting at Stanford (Feb. 10)...had 14 points and seven rebounds in the win at California (Feb. 12)...had five points, five assists and five rebounds against Arizona State (Feb. 19)...scored 20 points at USC (Mar. 3)...against USC in first round of Pac-10 Conference Tournament (Mar. 9), notched double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds and surpassed the 1,000 career-point plateau.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10): Was one of seven Cougars to appear in each the team's 30...made 29 starts...was WSU's third-leading scorer at 10.9 points per game, a mark that ranked 20th in the Pacific-10 Conference...scored in double figures 16 times, including a game and season-high 26 points against No. 2 Stanford (Feb. 14)...also scored 20 points against Bradley (Nov. 28)...led or tied for the team high in scoring eight times...ranked 10th in the Pac-10 with 1.4 3-point field goals made per game...was second on the team in 3-point field goals made...among Cougars with more than 50 attempts, led the team in 3-point field goal percentage (.293)...made a career-high five 3-pointers against Oregon (Mar. 5)...led the Cougars with 6.0 rebounds per game, a mark that ranked 15th in the Pac-10...also ranked 12th in the league in defensive rebounds (4.0 per game)...pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds against Boise State (Nov. 29)...tied for the team high with three double-digit rebounding efforts on the season...led or tied for the team high in rebounding 12 times...recorded double-doubles against Saint Mary's (Dec. 3) and Oregon (Mar. 5)...second on the team in steals, ranking seventh in the conference with 1.9 per game...recorded a season-high five steals against both the Gaels and Arizona State (Feb. 6)...led or tied for the team high in steals nine times...ranked second on the team in assists with 60 (2.0 per game), and led or tied for the team lead in the statistical category six times...recorded a season-high six assists against Oregon (Jan. 3)...had a block in 10 games...averaged 10.9 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.9 steals in 26.9 minutes per game...named co-recipient of WSU's Top Coug award at the team's season-ending banquet.

FRESHMAN (2008-09): Started each of WSU's 30 games, more than any other Cougar freshman in school history...one of only two players to start every game in 2008-09 (Katie Appleton), and one of five Cougars to appear in each of WSU's games...named All-Pacific-10 Conference honorable mention, Pac-10 All-Freshman and Pac-10 All-Defensive honorable mention...scored 413 points on the season, more than any Cougar freshman in NCAA history...scoring average of 13.8 ppg is third on WSU's freshman NCAA list and ranked sixth in the Pac-10...scored in double figures 24 times, a WSU freshman NCAA record...scored in double figures in 12 consecutive games, the longest streak by a Cougar freshman in NCAA history...led WSU in scoring 15 times, tying for the team high with fellow freshman April Cook...led the Cougars in assists 11 times...led the team in steals 16 times...led WSU in rebounding six times...scored 28 points against Northern Colorado (Nov. 28) in the odwalla Classic, tying the WSU NCAA freshman single-game record...named Most Valuable Player of the odwalla Classic...also scored 20-plus points against Oregon State (21; Jan. 15)...recorded her first career double-double with a team-high 17 points and a team- and career-high 10 rebounds against Arizona (Jan. 31)...recorded a career-high seven assists against Long Beach State (Dec. 5)...seven steals against Hawaii (Dec. 22) tied the WSU NCAA freshman single-game record...first career multiple-block game came against Arizona in WSU's opening-round Pac-10 Tournament game (Mar. 12)...holds WSU's freshman NCAA record for field goals (168) and field goal attempts (437)...both marks led the team in 2008-09...ranks second on WSU's NCAA freshman list in steals (63), also leading the team...2.1 steals per game ranked second in the Pac-10...ranks fourth on WSU's NCAA freshman assists list (78), a mark that led WSU in 2008-09...2.6 assists per game ranked 14th in the Pac-10...5.0 rebounds per game ranked 20th in the Pac-10, and 2.3 offensive rebounds per game ranked tied for 11th...1.3 3-point field goals per game ranked 13th in the conference...also ranks amongst WSU's NCAA freshman leaders in: minutes (2nd; 911), field goal percentage (10th; .384), 3-point field goals (7th; 39), 3-point field goal attempts (T-3rd; 137); free throw attempts (6th; 83), rebounds (T-6th; 149) and rebound average (T-8th; 5.0)...named co-recipient of WSU's Defensive Award at the team's season-ending banquet.

HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner for head coach Cheryl Draper...team captain as a junior and senior...named all-conference second team and Street & Smith's All-America honorable mention as a FRESHMAN...once again named second-team all-conference as a SOPHOMORE...also garnered honorable mention All-America honors from Street & Smith's for the second-consecutive year...named second-team all-league as a JUNIOR...earned all-tournament honors at the Saint Mary Tournament...named Street & Smith's All-America once again...led squad to the Northern California championship game as a SENIOR...scored 28 points, pulled down 12 rebounds and recorded three steals and three blocks in the championship game...named Street & Smith's All-America and earned all-league honors after leading Berkeley to the league title...named most valuable player of the Division I NorCal Championships and earned third-team all-state all-division...also earned CalHiSports Northern California Athlete of the Week accolades...played club basketball for the Bay Area Warriors, earning all-tournament, top 10 summer league and most valuable player honors.

PERSONAL
Jazmine Perkins...mother Felicia Harris competed in track at Chico State...brother Najee William...participated in dance and black student union clubs...interested in pursuing a degree in fashion design.

CAREER HIGHS
Points28, vs. Northern Colorado (11/28/08)
FG Made11 (twice), Last - Stanford (2/14/10)
FG Attempts23, vs. Northern Colorado (11/28/08)
3-Point FG Made6, at Oregon (1/6/11)
3-Point FG Attempts14, at Oregon (1/6/11)
Free Throws Made8, at USC (2/2/12)
Free Throw Attempts11, Oregon State (1/15/09)
Rebounds15 (twice), Last - at Oregon State (12/31/11)
Assists8, OREGON (2/11/12)
Steals7 (twice), Last - ARIZONA (1/28/12)
Blocked Shots2, vs. Arizona (3/12/09)
Turnovers9, at UCLA (3/5/11)
Minutes44, at Oregon State (12/31/11)