CAL STATE FULLERTON
2003-04 (JUNIOR): Appeared in 27 games overall, making two
starts averaged 2.8 ppg and 2.0 rpg while shooting .379 from
the floor scored a career-high 10 points on Dec. 6 in a loss
on the road to Kansas grabbed a career-best eight rebounds
in the season opener against Fordham.
2002-03 (SOPHOMORE): Averaged 9.4 ppg (fourth on the team) and
7.0 rpg (second on the team) en route to All-Pacific Coast
Conference honors Palomar finished atop the PCC with an 8-2
league mark (15-13 overall) ranked first on the team in
steals with 46 and third on the team in assists with 53 her
23 blocked shots led the Comets she shot just under 46
percent from the field and .536 from the free throw line.
2001-02 (FRESHMAN): Palomar finished third in the PCC with a
15-16 record and a 5-5 mark in conference play averaged 11.8
ppg, shot .448 from the floor and ranked in the top 50 in the state
with 8.1 rpg also averaged 2.1 bpg (61 blocks in 31 games)
which ranked eighth in the state.
VISTA HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year varsity player for the Panthers, earning first-team
All-Palomar League honors as a sophomore and senior, second-team
honors as a junior, and honorable mention as a freshman
averaged better than 12 ppg all four seasons, including
double-doubles as a sophomore and junior also threw the shot
put for the track & field team as a senior, posting a best of
34'-10.5" earned All-CIF honors in track as a junior and
Born on May 19, 1983, in Oceanside, Calif. parents are
Angela and Wayne has two brothers, Alphonso (18) and Joshua
(16) nickname is "Boo" hopes to become an athletic
trainer and a coach majoring in kinesiology selected
Fullerton over Jamestown College in North Dakota, San Diego, Cal
State Monterrey Bay and Cal State San Bernardino because "it was
closer to home and the coaches were really nice."