24 - Kylie Kuhns|
|Previous School:||Sprague HS|
SINGLE-GAME SEASON AND CAREER HIGHS
*Single-game school record 23 rebounds also tied Big Sky Conference record.
| 30, vs. Fresno State, 11/14/10
||30, vs. Fresno State, 11/14/10
| 11, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
||11, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
| 22, at Portland State, 2/3/11
|22, at Portland State, 2/3/11
| 1, vs. Eastern Washington, 1/13/11
|1, vs. Eastern Washington, 1/13/11
| 1, vs. Eastern Washington, 1/13/11
||1, vs. Eastern Washington, 1/13/11
| 13, at Eastern Washington, 1/22/11
||13, at Eastern Washington, 1/22/11
| 17, at Eastern Washington, 1/22/11
|17, at Eastern Washington, 1/22/11
| 23, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10*
||23, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10*
| 9, vs. Loyola Marymount, 11/22/10
||9, vs. Loyola Marymount, 11/22/10
| 3, Twice - Last vs. Nevada, 11/17/10
||3, Twice - Last vs. Nevada, 11/17/10
| 6, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
||6, vs. San Francisco, 12/1/10
AS A SOPHOMORE (2010-11)
Had one of the best seasons in Hornets history as a sophomore post, averaging 15.9 points, 11.1 rebounds and 3.0 assists...ranked No. 1 in the Big Sky Conference and No. 12 in the NCAA in rebounds per game with 11.1...also ranked No. 56 in the NCAA in field goal percentage at .497...was ranked No. 1 in the NCAA on Nov. 28 with 13.4 rebounds per game after grabbing 42 boards combined in three games at the Thanksgiving weekend Oregon Invitational and, in the very next game, set the single-game school record for rebounds and also tied the conference record with a career-high 23 against San Francisco on Dec. 1...finished the season with 13 double-doubles, the most in the conference...set a career-high with 30 points against Fresno State on Nov. 14 in second game of the season...in the single-season school record book, she ranks No. 2 with 321 rebounds, No. 3 with 11.1 rebounds per game, No. 9 in field goals made with 175, No. 9 in free throws made with 111, No. 5 in free throws attempted with 164 and No. 9 in blocks with 36...already moving up the career records list despite being just a sophomore, as she is already No. 9 all-time with 532 rebounds, No. 3 all-time averaging 9.0 rebounds per game and No. 7 all-time in blocked shots with 52...in addition to being ranked No. 1 in the Big Sky in rebounds, she ranked No. 3 in scoring (15.9), No. 2 in field goal percentage (.497), No. 3 in blocks (1.2 per game), No. 9 in assists (3.0 per game), No. 6 in steals (1.9 per game), No. 9 in assists-to-turnover ratio (1.0 – 88/87) and No. 6 in minutes played (33.4)...was an honorable mention all-conference selection.
AS A FRESHMAN (2009-10)
Recorded an impressive freshman campaign averaging 7.3 points and 7.0 rebounds per game...appeared in all 30 contests, making three starts...posted nine double-figure scoring games...scored a career-high 14 points in back-to-back contests vs. Montana (Feb. 20) and at Northern Arizona (Feb. 25)...collected two double-doubles while recording seven double-figure rebounding contests...ranked fifth in the Big Sky in rebounding while ranking second in the conference with 95 offensive rebounds...dished out a career-best four assists on two separate occasions...academic all-Big Sky selection.
A 2009 graduate of Sprague HS in Salem, Ore...a three-time first team all-Central Valley Conference selection for coach Allison Galvin and the Olympians...averaged 13.7 points and 14.2 rebounds per game as a senior, earning honorable mention all-state honors...represented the state of Oregon in the Oregon-Washington Northwest All-Star Shootout...averaged 12.2 points and 14.4 rebounds per game during her junior year, while being named to the Statesman Journal all-region team...set the Oregon state record for rebounds in a game in 2007 against Rex Putnam, corralling 34 boards...also tallied a career-high 23 points against Milwaukie HS during the 2007 season...also a standout in volleyball...was the Central Valley Conference player of the year as a senior and earned second team all-state honors..set the school’s all-time record for single-season and career kills...was named Salem Sports and Breakfast Club Harold Hauk female athlete of the year...competed at the club level for Oregon Elite.
Born Jan. 16, 1991...parents are David and Sherril Kuhns...holds black belt in Taekwondo and competed in four junior olympic championships...major is history.
Kuhns set a new school record with 23 rebounds against San Francisco (above) on Dec.1, 2010.