@OregonStateWBB's Pac-12 Tourney Journey Starts Thursday
Beavers Close Out Regular-Season With #19 Colorado On Senior Day
Beavers Return Home For Final Games Of Season In Gill; Face Utah Friday
Beavers Conclude Regular-Season Road Slate At #6 Cal On Sunday
Beavers Meet #4/5 Stanford On The Farm Friday On Pac-12 Networks
JUNIOR (2011-12): Started all 33 games at guard, averaging 32.4 minutes ... Ended the season third in career three-pointers made (121) ... Set a new career-high with eight rebounds against Cal State Northridge (11/17) ... Tied her best for assists with seven, adding a pair of steals against Corban (12/16) ... Tied her career-high with eight rebounds at California (1/5) ... Led the team with 17 points in the overtime victory at USC (1/21), hitting her 100th career three-pointer in the process ... Scored 14 points against Oregon (1/28) with six rebounds and six assists ... Earned her seventh double-figure points game in a row, eighth in conference play, against Utah (2/4) with 13 points on 6-of-7 shooting for a career-best .857 percentage ... Hit all four of her three-pointers in the final minutes against California (2/18), totaling 16 points on 6-of-11 shooting ... Played a career-high 43 minutes at Utah (3/1), scoring 11 points with a pair of assists and five rebounds ... Hit three of four attempts from beyond the arc against UC Davis (3/15) in the first round of the WNIT, scoring 13 points total, with four rebounds, three assists and two steals ... Finished the season averaging 8.4 points per game with 35 three-pointers and shooting 34.3 percent from the field, adding 4.1 rebounds per game.
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2010-11): Started all 30 games at guard, averaging 10.7 points per game - second highest on the team overall ... Named All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention ... Shot 39.9 percent from the field, 41.0 percent from three-point range ... Amassed 76 assists and 57 steals ... Swiped four balls, adding three assists and five points against Cal State Northridge (11/20) ... Tallied six assists and seven rebounds in the win over Cal State Bakersfield (11/30) ... Poured in 15 points on 4-of-6 shooting at Weber State (12/14), adding five rebounds, three assists and four steals ... Scored 16 points against Eastern Washington (12/21) on 50 percent shooting (5-of-10) ... Had her first 20+ point game in her Pac-10 debut at Arizona State (12/31) ... Set a new career-high for assists with seven against Washington State (1/8), adding three steals and 14 points ... Scored a career-high 22 points at Washington State (2/3) on 7-of-11 shooting, draining a career-best six three-pointers ... Broke the school record for three-pointers made when she hit her 72nd against Arizona (3/3).
GEORGE FOX: Lettered one year at guard for coach Scott Rueck ... Named the D3Hoops.com DIII Rookie of the Year ... All-West Region Third Team ... All-Northwest Conference First Team ... Led team to Division III National Championship ... Named to the Final Four All-Tournament Team ... Averaged 12.8 points per game, 3.3 assists per game and shot 36 percent from long range, which ranks eighth all-time for career percentage ... Second in school history for most steals in a game (8) and finished third for most steals in a single season with 79 (2.47 spg) ... Ninth in career free-throw percentage, .750 (84-112).
PARK HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at guard for coach Scott Nichols ... As a senior, team captain, first team All Central League A, conference MVP, All-State selection, two-time Clear Channel Radio Athlete of the Week, Billings Gazette Player of the Week, Hi-Line Invitational Tournament, Treasure State Classic All-Tournament Team, Montana/Wyoming All-Star Game choice ... As a junior, Clear Channel Radio Athlete of the Week, Divisional MVP, All-Conference honoree ... As a sophomore Divisional All-Tournament Team Second Select, All-Conference, Bozeman Chronicle Player of the Week ... As a freshman, All-Conference ... Four-time Academic All-State ... Also lettered three years in volleyball at outside hitter for coach Joey Lane ... As a senior, All-Central A League First Team selection ... Three-time Academic All-State ... Earned one letter in soccer at midfielder and one year in track throwing the javelin, earning Academic All-State, All-Conference, All-State after finishing second in the division, fourth in the state at javelin ... Competed in the Invitational Top 10 Tournament.
PERSONAL: Born in Livingston, Mont. ... Daugher of Daniel Indendi and Lynette Zwerneman ... Has two siblings James and Jesse ... Majoring in general science ... Concert and prep band ... Chose Oregon State because "it seemed like a good fit and I had friends that were already attending encourage me to come."
Points: 22 at Washington State (2/3/11)