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Andrea Armstrong
00  Andrea Armstrong
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Lakeside, Ore.

High School:
North Bend

Height:
6-2

Position:
Forward/Center

Experience:
1L

Armstrong's Trophy Case

? 2001-2002 First Team Academic All-Big 12
? 2000-2001 Commissioner?s Spring Honor Roll
? USA Today Honorable Mention High School All-American
? Two-time High School Street and Smith Honorable Mention All-American
? 2000 Second Team All-State
? Led state of Oregon in scoring in 1999-2000
? Four-time All-League selection
? Two-time League MVP

As a sophomore (2001-2002) -
? Played in all 20 games at the forward position
? Averaged 2.3 points, 1.5 rebounds and 7.1 minutes per game
? Hit nine consecutive free throws from Nov. 19 to Dec. 6
? Ranked third on the team in free-throw percentage
? Was perfect from the charity stripe in three games
? Registered two points, three rebounds and an assist in a win over Kent State in the NCAA Tournament
? Tallied a season-high nine points on 4-of-7 shooting from the field in a win over Grambling State in the Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic
? Sank her first collegiate three-pointer and tied her career-high in assists with three in a win over Grambling State
? Grabbed a season-best four rebounds and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the free-throw line in a win over IUPUI.

As a freshman (2000-2001) -
? Averaging 4.8 points, 2.7 rebounds and 16.9 minutes per game
? Shot 73.4 percent (47 of 64) from the the foul line
? Played in all 28 games, starting 16, including the season opener
? Was the first freshman to start the season opener for Kansas State since Essence Perry in 1998
? Came off the bench for six games in January
? Registered a career-high and team-high 18 points in 40 minutes of action against then-No. 17 Texas on Jan. 17
? Scored in double figures four times, including twice in Big 12 games
? Was the team?s leading scorer once
? Hit 17 consecutive free throws from Dec. 28 to Jan. 10
? Ranked third on the team in free-throw percentage
? Was perfect from the charity stripe in seven games
? Tallied 16 points, including a personal-best 8-for-8 from the foul line, against then-No. 7 Iowa State on Jan. 3
? Had five games with two or more steals, including a career-high three steals in a win over Drake on Dec. 9
? Averaged 5.5 points and 4.0 rebounds in two starts at the Oregon State Beaver Classic
? Dished out a season-high three assists in a victory over Western Michigan on Dec. 5
? Shot 50 percent or better from the field against five opponents

At North Bend High School - USA Today honorable mention All-American in 1999 ? Street and Smith honorable mention All-American 1998 and 1999 ? Named second team all-state as a senior ? Led state of Oregon in scoring, averaging 21.5 ppg in 1999-2000 ? Earned all-league recognition all four years and was named league MVP this past season ? Two-time team MVP ? Two-time The World News Player of the Year ? Eugene Register-Guard Basketball Player of the Year as a senior ? Two-time all-tournament selection at the Klamath X-mas Classic ? Named The World News ?World?s Best? in 1997-98 ? Finished prep career as her high school?s all-time leading scorer, boys or girls, with 1,244 points ? Averaged 14.6 points, 9.7 rebounds and shot 51.8 percent from the field and 84.1 from the foul line during her high school career ? Set single-game scoring record with 41 points ? Freshman season scoring leader with 235 points ? KCBY Athlete of the Week as a freshman ? Averaged 21.5 points, 10.8 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks per game in her final season ? Ranked as one of the Top 50 post players in the nation by the Reebok All-Star Girls Report ? Listed as a Top 100 post by the Blue Star Report and as one of the Top 25 posts in the West by Hoop Planet Report ? Led North Bend to the second round of the state playoffs as a freshman ? Helped team compile a 51-41 record in four years ? Attended the 1999 U.S. Basketball Academy ? Selected to the prestigious Oregon City End of the Trail all-tournament team in 1999 ? Coached by Mike Forrester ? Named second team all-state in track ? On school?s track top 10 list in javelin (2nd, 132?6?), shot put (4th, 38?04?) and discus (6th, 121?0?) ? Claimed district championship (37?3?) and placed fourth in the state in the shot put (38?4?) and finished third in the district in javelin and discus as a senior ? Former freshman and sophomore invitational record-holder in the javelin (118?2?) ? Finished high school career with four letters in basketball, four in track, two in cross country and one in volleyball ? Honored as North Bend?s Athlete of the Year and the Outstanding Senior Girl of the Year in 1999-2000.

Personal - Born May 18, 1982, in Longview, Wash. ? Daughter of Michael and Elaine Armstrong ? Has three older brothers, Ryan, Troy and Sean ? Member of the H.O.P.E. (Healthy Options and Positive Experiences), International and Science, Crossroads Clubs ? Honors Student ? Majoring in elementary education ? Played AAU with the 1996 Oregon Storm and the 1998 Oregon Cities Northwest Selects ? Worked with Howard Avery and the Triple Threat Basketball.

Armstrong's Career Statistics

YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT 3PT-A PCT FTM-FTA PCT O-T AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS-AVG
01-02 20-0 142 16-45 .356 1-3 .333 13-15 .867 15-29 1.5 26-0 11 16 0 2 46-2.3
00-01 28-16 474 44-131 .336 0-0 --- 47-64 .734 30-76 2.7 63-3 25 39 3 16 135-4.8
Totals 48-16 622 60-176 .340 1-3 .333 60-79 .759 45-105 2.1 91-3 36 57 3 18 181-3.7

Armstrong vs. the Conference

YEAR G-GS MIN FGM-FGA PCT 3PT-A PCT FTM-FTA PCT O-T AVG PF-D A TO BK ST PTS-AVG
01-02 6-0 24 3-8 .375 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 3-3 0.5 6-0 2 2 0 1 6-1.0
00-01 16-11 243 26-80 .325 0-0 --- 28-40 .700 17-42 2.6 32-1 14 26 1 7 80-5.0
Totals 22-11 267 29-88 .329 0-0 --- 28-40 .700 20-45 2.0 38-1 16 28 1 8 86-3.9

Armstrong's Career Highs

PTS 18, vs. Texas (1/17/01)
FGM 5, vs. Texas (1/17/01)
FGA 13, vs. Texas (1/17/01)
3PTM 1, vs. Grambling State (11/30/01)
3PTA: 1, vs. Grambling State (11/30/01)
FTM: 8, twice (last vs. Texas, 1/17/01)
FTA: 12, twice (last at Nebraska, 1/10/01)
REB: 7, at South Florida (12/28/00)
AST: 3, at W. Michigan (12/5/01)
BK: 1, vs. three opponents (last vs. Baylor, 3/6/01)
ST: 3, at Drake (12/9/00)
MIN: 40, vs. Texas (1/17/01)

Career Miscellaneous

Double-figure scoring games 4
Games with five or more rebounds 8
Games with two or more assists 7
Games with two or more steals 5