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WSU Women's Basketball BIO
Lexie Pettersen
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Lexie Pettersen 1269731
Position: Forward
Height: 6'1"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Spokane, Wash.
High School: Shadle Park HS
Experience: 2 Letters


Lexie Pettersen
Lexie Pettersen

Spokane, Wash.

High School:
Shadle Park HS




JUNIOR (2010-11):
Appeared in 15 games...posted season totals of 17 points and five rebounds in 55 minutes...recorded two blocks and one steal...hit only 3-pt field goal of the season and played a season-high nine minutes against North Carolina at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu (11/26/10)...scored a season-high six points in the win over Long Beach State at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu (11/27/10)...scored two points and grabbed a rebound in home wins against Oregon State (2/3/11) and Oregon (2/5/11)...earned Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic honorable mention.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10): Appeared in 26 of WSU's 2009-10 games...missed four games recovering from a concussion suffered against Nebraska (11/22/09)...returned to the line-up against Montana State (12/11/10)...scored a season-high six points against Washington (1/29/10)...tied her career high with six rebounds against Arizona (2/4/10)...recorded a steal in four games and a block in five games...averaged 1.5 points, 1.9 rebounds, 0.3 assists and 0.2 steals in 12.3 minutes per game.

FRESHMAN (2008-09): Played in each of WSU's 2008-09 games, becoming one of only four freshman in WSU history to appear in 30 games...made her first career start against third-ranked California (2/8/09)...scored a career-high eight points against Arizona (2/26/09)...pulled down a team- and career-high six rebounds against No. 24 Arizona State (2/28/09)...recorded a career-high three assists against USC (2/20/09)...averaged 1.5 points, 1.5 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 10.5 minutes per game...named co-recipient of WSU's Most Improved award at the team's season-ending banquet.

Four-year letterwinner for head coach Chad captain as a junior and senior...led squad in rebounding as a FRESHMAN...named second-team All-Greater Spokane League and led team in rebounding as a SOPHOMORE...once again named All-GSL Second Team and led team in rebounding as a JUNIOR...also garnered 2007 The Sporting News honorable mention All-America...named first-team All-GSL, Associated Press All-State honorable mention and team most valuable player as a SENIOR...led team in rebounding for the fourth-consecutive season...ranks sixth all-time in league history in career scoring (1,444) and third all-time in regular season scoring (1,037)...only the 16th player in league history to score 1,000 points...scoring output ranks first all-time at Shadle Park...also the Highlanders' career leader in rebounds...selected to play in the Northwest Shootout game, featuring the top players from Washington and Oregon...also competed in the John Blair Memorial All-Star Game...McDonald's All-America nominee...played club basketball for Ron Adams' Spokane Stars...also a two-year letterwinner in volleyball.

Lexie Ann Pettersen...born in Spokane, Wash...parents Tom Pettersen and Kristin Humphrey...brothers Taylor, Brandon and Jack...sister Kourtnie...grandmother Evelyn Heider attended WSU...enjoys volleyball, music and shopping...named GSL Scholar Athlete of the Year...major is undecided.

CAREER HIGHS (Through 2010-11)
MIN: 24, at Arizona State (2/28/09)
FGM: 3, at Arizona (2/26/09)
FGA: 6, at Idaho (12/14/08)
3FGM: 2, at Arizona (2/26/09)
3FGA: 4, at Arizona (2/26/09)
FTM: 3, at UCLA (1/22/09)
FTA: 4, at UCLA (1/22/09)
REB: 6 (twice), at Arizona (2/4/10)*
ASST: 3, USC (2/20/09)
BLKS: 1 (9 times), Washington (2/26/11)*
STLS: 1 (8 times), vs. Long Beach State (11/27/10)*
PTS: 8, at Arizona (2/26/09)

* denotes most recent occurrence

                                 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
2008-09   30-1    314/10.5   15-50   .300    7-20   .350    9-11   .818  15-31    46  1.5  25-0   16  15   2   3   46/1.5
2009-10   26-0    321/12.3   18-60   .300    3-29   .103    1-4    .250  23-26    49  1.9  18-0    9  15   5   4   40/1.5
2010-11   15-0     55/3.7     6-9    .667    1-3    .333    4-6    .667   1-4      5  0.3   5-0    0   5   2   1   17/1.1
TOTAL     71-1    690/9.7    39-119  .328   11-52   .212   14-21   .667  39-61   100  1.4  48-0   25  35   9   8  103/1.5
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