1 - Tika Koshiyama-Diaz|
|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Pinewood HS|
SINGLE-GAME SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS
| 21, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
||21, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
| 7, at Idaho State, 1/27/11
||7, Twice - Last at Idaho State, 1/27/11
| 17, at Pacific, 11/12/10
|17, at Pacific, 11/12/10
| 5, Twice - Last at Boise State, 12/11/10
||6, at Northern Arizona, 2/25/10
| 12, at Portland State, 2/3/11
||12, at Portland State, 2/3/11
| 6, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
|7, vs. Northern Arizona, 1/24/10
| 7, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
|8, vs. Northern Arizona, 1/24/10
| 7, vs. Frenso State, 11/14/10
||8, vs. UNLV, 11/19/09
| 10, Twice - Last vs. Seattle U, 12/17/10
||10, Twice - Last vs. Seattle U, 12/17/10
| 1, Twice - Last vs. Seattle U, 12/17/10
||1, 13 Times - Last vs. Seattle U, 12/17/10
| 5, vs. Seattle U, 12/17/10
||5, Twice - Last vs. Seattle U, 12/17/10
AS A SENIOR (2010-11)
Started all 29 games of the season at point guard...ranked No. 1 in the Big Sky Conference and No. 20 in the NCAA with 5.5 assists per game and 159 total...posted the first double-double of her career with 21 points and 10 assists in a win against San Francisco (12/1)... also had 10 assists against Seattle University (12/17)...in single-season school history, her 54 made 3-pointers ranked No. 6, her 192 3-pointers attempted ranked No. 5 and her 159 assists ranked No. 2...posted 7+ assists in 11 games...averaged 8.6 points per game, placing her No. 4 on the team and No. 29 in the conference...had 10+ points in 10 games, including three straight to end the season...second on the team with 43 steals...tallied 12 points, four assists and three steals in her senior day victory over Weber State (3/5)...finished her career ranked No. 9 all-time in school history in free throw percentage at .760, No. 6 in 3-pointers made with 131, No. 5 in 3-pointers attempted, and No. 2 in assists with 381...her pair of 10 assist games tied for the eighth most for a single-game in school history.
AS A JUNIOR (2009-10)
Started 28 of 30 contests playing both the point guard and shooting guard positions...posted career-best averages of 9.3 points, 4.7 assists and 3.1 rebounds per game...led the Big Sky Conference in assist-to-turnover ratio, dishing out 1.8 assists per turnover...ranked sixth in the Big Sky in assists and seventh in steals (1.8 per game)...knocked down 1.6 three-pointers per game, good for ninth in the Big Sky...reached double-figures 13 times, including eight inside of conference play...scored a career-high 20 points at Northern Arizona on Feb. 25...knocked down 6-of-8 from beyond the three-point arc in that contest...dished out a career-high tying eight assists on two occasions.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2008-09)
Appeared in all 30 contests, making eight starts...averaged 4.5 points,1.9 assists, and 1.7 rebounds per game...shot 84.1 percent from the foul line (37-of-44), which ranks fifth in single season school history...reached double-figures twice...scored 10 points at Portland on Nov. 30...also scored 10 points against Idaho State in the Big Sky Tournament on March 12...hit a three-pointer with 19 seconds remaining in overtime to tie the game at 76-76 in the tournament game...blocked six shots from the guard position.
AS A FRESHMAN (2007-08)
Averaged 3.3 points and 1.04 assists per game during her freshman campaign...appeared in 23 contests, making her first collegiate start against Montana State on Jan. 10...played a career-high 29 minutes in the Hornets overtime loss at Portland State on Feb. 9...scored a season-high 12 points at Idaho State on Feb. 28...also scored in double figures at Fresno State, scoring 10 points on a 3-for-3 shooting performance from beyond the three-point arc...started her career with a stretch of 9-for-14 shooting from three-point territory.
A 2007 graduate of Pinewood High School in Los Altos Hills, Calif…four year letterwinner for coach Doc Scheppler and the Panthers…earned first team all-Private School Athletic League honors during her senior campaign after averaging 9.5 points and 7.0 assists per game…had 231 assists to just 110 turnovers during her senior season running the point for Pinewood…named second team all-area by the Palo Alto Daily News and the San Jose Mercury News…formed a guard tandem with Hornet teammate Sami Field-Polisso that led the Panthers to back-to-back Division V State Titles in 2004-05 and 2005-06…played club ball with the West Valley Basketball Club.
Born Oct. 19, 1989...daughter of Deborah Koshiyama…majoring in business administration.