33 - Erika Edwards|
|Previous School:||Redmond HS|
AS A SENIOR (2009-10)
Battled through various injuries to start in 28 of the team's 30 games, appearing in all of the Hornets' contests...second team all-Big Sky Conference honoree...averaged 9.9 points and 8.1 rebounds per game...ranked second in the Big Sky in rebounding...averaged 10.8 points and 9.2 rebounds per game during conference play...led the Big Sky and tied the school's single-season record with 77 three-pointers...ranked 14th in the nation in three-point field goal percentage at 42.8 percent...scored a career-high 22 points against UNLV, including a 6-of-10 mark from beyond the three-point arc...also set an impressive mark at the foul line, making her first 27 free throws on the season, ending 30-of-31 at the charity stripe (96.8 percent)...posted five double-doubles on the season...finishes her career as just the third member of the school's 750 point, 750 rebound club, scoring 902 points and grabbing 785 rebounds...ranks third in school history with 168 career three-pointers...women's basketball all-decade honoree.
AS A JUNIOR (2008-09)
Started all 30 games in the post for the Hornets...averaged 9.0 points and 8.1 rebounds per game...increased her averages to 11.1 points and 8.2 rebounds per game in conference play...ranked third in the Big Sky in rebounding...led the conference with 13 double-digit rebounding performances...became eighth player in school history to enter the 500-rebound club on Feb. 21 at Northern Arizona...posted seven double-doubles on the season...scored a season-best 17 points against Montana State on Jan. 8...scored 16 points on four occasions, including the last three games of the season...holds the Big Sky's longest active streak for consecutive games with at least five rebounds at nine...tied her career-high with four three-pointers against Idaho State oin the Big Sky Tournament on Feb. 12...connected on 44.2 percent of her field goal attempts (99-for-224)...her 91 career three-pointers rank in a tie for seventh in school history.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2007-08)
Saw action in 26 games, making 20 starts...missed two games following a broken nose at the beginning of the conference season...ranked third on the team in scoring at 8.3 points per game while ranking second in rebounding at 6.8 rebounds per game...led all sophomore's in Big Sky play in rebounding (6.6 rpg) and three-point field goal percentage (.408)...scored a season-high 19 points and added a career-best 12 rebounds against Portland State on Jan. 3...scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds against Santa Clara on Dec. 1...posted 10 double-digit scoring and five double-digit rebounding games...led the Hornets in steals with 28.
AS A FRESHMAN (2006-07)
Saw action in 29 of the Hornets’ 30 games during her first season, making six starts...averaged 4.1 points and was second on the team in rebounds, collecting 122...a versatile threat inside and out, knocked down 22 three-pointers...scored a then career-high 14 points against Northern Arizona on Jan. 4 on 5-of-8 shooting from the field, including 2-of-3 three pointers...knocked down a career-best four three-pointers against UCLA on Nov. 25, and against Pacific on Dec. 15...tallied a career-high 10 rebounds against Saint Mary’s on Dec. 28.
A 2006 graduate of Redmond High School in Washington...played three seasons of basketball for head coaches Pat Bangasser and Dennis Edwards...was named first team all-4A Kingco her junior and senior years by the Seattle Times...in 2006 was also named team MVP and Most Inspirational...led the team in steals her senior year...in three seasons at Redmond, tallied 639 career rebounds while shooting 79 percent from the free-throw line...as a junior, scored 34 points in a league game against Lake Washington High School...also scored a school-record 19 points in a single quarter...her sophomore season was named honorable mention all-4A Kingco...played five years of club basketball for the Puget Sound Flight for head coaches Gary Heitlauf and her father, Dennis Edwards.
Born Mar. 28, 1988...parents are Dennis and Angie Edwards...major is criminal justice.