Nov. 16, 1999
PULLMAN, Wash. - Kimberly Dugan, who earned the most valuable player award in the Greater Oregon League each of the last two seasons while playing at Baker High School in Baker City, Ore., has signed a national letter of intent to attend Washington State University next fall, Cougar head coach Jenny Przkewas confirmed Tuesday.
"Kim is a good shooter who has good quickness and is very athletic," Przkewas said. "And I can't tell you how excited she is to be a Cougar."
Dugan averaged 20 points and 12.1 rebounds per game last season and earned a second team All-State selection. The 5-11 guard was a third team All-State selection as a sophomore and enters her senior season with 1,198 career points and 749 career rebounds.
Dugan also lettered in softball and volleyball at Baker and participated on the AAU's Spokane Stars last summer.
Baker City, Ore.
Baker High '00
HIGH SCHOOL: Coached by Joel Richardson at Baker High...named first team All-Greater Oregon League, third team All-State as a SOPHOMORE...earned GOL player of the year...averaged 20 points and 12.1 rebounds during JUNIOR season...repeat winner of GOL player of the year award and first team all-league honors...selected second team All-State...enters SENIOR season with 1,198 points, 749 rebounds and 173 career steals...has connected on 50 percent of her field goals, including 41 percent from three-point range and is a 74 percent free throw shooter.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Ken and Pam Dugan.
PRZEKWAS QUOTE: "Kim is a good shooter who has good quickness and is very athletic. And I can't tell you how excited she is to be a Cougar."