WSU CAREER FRESHMAN (2012-13): Appeared in 20 games...averaged 2.0 ppg and 1.1 rpg...recorded 22 assists, six steals and one block...shot .425 (17-40) from the field...third on team with 16 assists in Pac-12 Conference play...saw increased minutes following season-ending injury to Tia Presley...made collegiate debut at Minnesota...first career points came in overtime win over Oregon State, scored two points and dished out an assist...had four assists in win at Arizona State...had four points and three assists in win at Arizona...scored season-high six points in win over USC...had four points and a steal against No .17 UCLA...hit two 3-pointers and finished with six points at Oregon...scored six points and made two steals at Utah...had three points, three assists and four rebounds against No. 4 Stanford...scored four points and grabbed three boards in win over Arizona State in opening round of Pac-12 Conference Tournament...hit a three and recorded four assists against No. 4 Stanford in quarterfinal of Pac-12 Conference Tournament...voted by the team as the Co-Most Improved player.
Played for coach Kevin Kernan at Mater Dei High School...three-time All-Trinity League selection...helped the Monarchs claim three straight state titles...three-year starter for the Monarchs...served as a team captain as a JUNIOR...as a SOPHOMORE, named the most valuable player at the Palm Springs tournament...as a JUNIOR, earned MVP honors at the Matt Denning Classic and was a starter on Mater Dei's 2011 USA TODAY National Championship team...as a SENIOR, helped MDHS to a 34-3 record and its third straight Division I State Championship, fourth straight CIF Championship and five consecutive Trinity League title...averaged 12.9 ppg...named Second Team All-State Division I, Sixth Team All-State All Divisions, First Team All-CIF and First Team All-Trinity League...a recipient of the Sportsmanship Award at the 2012 state title game.
Born in Anaheim, Calif....parents James and Adoria...brothers, Dorian and James...volunteered with Campus Ministry for Down Syndrome Association of Orange County along with the Blind Children's Learning Center.