The former Cougars will work out in front of professional coaches and scouts in Denver this weekend.
The Cougars fall 64-49 to California in the semifinals held at the Staples Center.
WSU hits 10 threes to beat USC 69-55 and advance to Friday's semifinal matchup against Cal.
Brandi Thoms scores 17 points as Cougars knock off No. 6 seed OSU 65-56.
WSU spilt its two meetings with OSU this season. Tipoff is slated for 7:15 p.m. in Los Angeles
Cougars Courtside follows the men's and women's basketball teams on their trips to Disneyland and St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
SENIOR (2011-12): Appeared in 31 games, made 12 starts...averaged 6.4 ppg, 3.0 rpg and a team-best 2.9 apg...led the team with 91 assists and was second with 64 steals...led team in scoring three times...finished second on the team in three-point shooting, 11 for 29 (.379)...in Pac-12 Conference games; led team in assists (47) and tied for second on the team in scoring (7.4 ppg)...posted eight double-digit scoring efforts, seven during conference play...went 6-for-6 from the floor and finished with 13 points in the win over UNC-Wilmington (Nov. 13) at the Lady Lion Classic hosted by Penn State...set a season-high with seven assists in the win over Prairie View A&M (Mar. 26) at the Paradise Jam Tournament in the Virgin Islands...scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in the win over San Diego State (Dec. 2)...set a career high of seven rebounds in the win over UC Riverside (Dec. 11)...was a perfect 6-for-6 including three 3-pointers to post a season-high 15 points in the win at Oregon (Dec. 29)...scored 13 points in the win over Utah (Jan. 5), helping WSU start Pac-12 play 3-0...scored 10 points against Arizona State (Jan. 26)...recorded 11 points against Arizona (Jan. 28)...scored 11 points after making all three of her 3-point attempts, made five steals and dished out five assists against Oregon (Feb. 11)...scored 10 points and made five steals at Arizona (Feb. 16)...scored seven points, grabbed five rebounds and recorded five assists at Washington (Feb. 26)...scored 14 points and grabbed six rebounds in the home win over UCLA (Mar. 1)...had nine points in the opening round win over Oregon State (Mar. 7) at the Pac-12 Tournament...matched a season-high of seven assists in the second-round win over USC (Mar. 8) in the Pac-12 Tournament.
JUNIOR (2010-11): Appeared in all 31 games...made 14 starts...averaged 5.9 ppg and 2.5 rpg...led the team with 103 assists and 61 steals...was seventh in the Pacific-10 Conference in assists (3.3 apg) and in steals (2.0 spg)...recorded six double-figure scoring efforts...scored 13 points and dished out six assists in season-opening start at Saint Mary's (Nov. 12)...scored a career-high 20 points, making 8-of-9 free throws and shooting 6-of-10 while adding seven assists at Portland (Nov. 18)...registered eight points and a career-best nine assists against Nebraska (Nov. 22)...dished out seven assists in the win over Long Beach State at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Showdown in Honolulu (Nov. 27)...scored 10 points against South Dakota State (Dec. 7)...had eight points, six rebounds and six assists at Gonzaga (Dec. 11)...notched six assists and six rebounds at San Diego State (Dec. 21)...scored 11 points in the win against California (Jan. 14)...recorded 15 points and hit a career-best three 3-pointers in the win over Oregon (Feb. 5)...had 11 points and five assists against Arizona State (Feb. 19).
YAKIMA VALLEY CAREER
SOPHOMORE (2009-10): Garnered first-team All-Eastern Region honors en route to leading the Yaks to a second-straight region championship with a record of 13-1...first-team Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges All-Tournament and named the tournament's Most Inspirational player...squad lost in the NWAACC title game.
CENTRAL ARIZONA CAREER
FRESHMAN (2008-09): Helped lead the Vaqueras to the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I National Championship...named to the NJCAA All-Tournament Team.
Three-time All-Three Rivers League honoree led Lions to three-straight appearances in the Oregon School Activities Association 6A playoffs...SOPHOMORE year named team's most improved player...JUNIOR year named team's top defensive player...SENIOR year was the co-recipient of the team's Miss Offense Award...represented Oregon in the Northwest Shootout, featuring the top players from Oregon and Washington...McDonald's All-America nominee.
|Points||20, at Portland (11/18/10)|
|FG Made||6 (four times), Last - at Oregon (12/29/11)|
|FG Attempts||15, at Arizona State (2/18/12)|
|3-Point FG Made||3 (three times), Last - OREGON (2/11/12)|
|3-Point FG Attempts||5, STANFORD (1/16/11)|
|Free Throws Made||8, at Portland (11/18/10)|
|Free Throw Attempts||9, at Portland (11/18/10)|
|Rebounds||7 (twice), Last - at Washington (2/26/12)|
|Assists||9, NEBRASKA (11/22/10)|
|Steals||6 (twice), Last - vs. California (3/9/12)|
|Blocked Shots||1, at Penn State (11/11/11)|
|Turnovers||8, at San Diego State (12/21/10)|
|Minutes||31 (three times), Last - at Arizona State (2/18/12)|