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Kendra Wecker
53  Kendra Wecker
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Marysville, Kan.

High School:
Marysville

Height:
5-11

Position:
Forward

Experience:
1L

01/20/2014

Wildcats Travel to Waco to Face No. 12/7 Baylor

K-State looks for its first 3-game win streak in league play since 2012

11/13/2013

First Road Trip Takes K-State to UTEP

Wildcats registered six road wins in 2012-13

Wecker's Trophy Case

• 2002-03 Associated Press Third Team All-American
• 2002-03 Kodak All-District V selection
• 2002-03 USBWA All-American
• 2002-03 Big 12 first-team all-conference selection
• 2002-03 Naismith Player of the Year finalist
• 2002-03 Verizon Second-Team Academic All-District
• Received votes for the 2002-03 Big 12 Coaches & Media Preseason Team
• 2002-03 Third Team Preseason All-American by Lindy's Magazine
• 2002-03 Third Team Preseason All-American by Athlon Sports
• 2002-03 Second Team Preseason All-American by womenscollegehoops.com
• 2001-02 Big 12 All-Tournament Team
• 2001-02 Third Team All-Big 12
• 2001-02 Academic All-Big 12
• 2001-02 Two-time Big 12 Rookie of the Week
• 2001-02 Two-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll selection
• 2001-02 Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic All-Tournament Team and MVP
• 2001-02 St. Thomas Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team
USA Today, Gatorade, Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Player of the Year in 2000-2001
• Miss Kansas Basketball as a senior
• WBCA High School All-America
• Three-time 4A Player of the Year
• Four-time First Team All-Class
• Three-time First Team All-State

Milestones
• Ranked 12th in scoring (1,203), 15th in rebounding (545), fourth in rebounding average (8.0), eighth in three-pointers (85), ninth in three-point attempts (221), 14th in assists (222), fifth in three-point field goal percentage (38.4) and in double-doubles on the career charts
• Second in scoring (646), in field goals made (257), free-throw percentage (.864) and sixth in rebounds (281), third in field goal attempts (551), fourth in minutes (1,173), sixth in double-doubles (11) and eighth in rebounding average (8.3) on the 2002-03 single-season charts
• Set sophomore class single-season records for highest free-throw percentage
• Scored 20 or more points in a game 25 times in her career and 15 times in 2002-03
• Had the fourth-most field goal attempts in a game (27) at Baylor (2/8). .

As a sophomore (2002-03) -
• Turned in one of the finest sophomore seasons in Kansas State women's basketball history
• Started all 34 games
• Averaged 19 points, 8.3 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.8 steals, 1.6 three-pointers and 34.5 minutes per game
• Had a 1.08 assist-to-turnover ratio
• Shot 46.6 percent from the field, 38.6 percent from three-point range and 86.4 percent from the free-throw line
• Averaged 15.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.0 steals per game in two NCAA outings
• Ranked second in scoring, fourth in rebounding, 15th in field goal percentage, 11th in assists, tied for first in free throw percentage, ninth in steals, sixth in three-pointers made, ninth in three-point field goal percentage, and first in defensive rebounds in the overall Big 12 stats
• Averaged 18 points, 8.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 2.3 steals and 35.1 minutes in 16 Big 12 games
• Shot 40.3 percent from the field, 35.3 percent from three-point range and 82.6 percent from the free-throw line
• Finished the conference season ranked fourth in points, sixth in rebounding, 11th in assists, seventh in free-throw percentage, sixth in steals, ninth in three-point field goal percentage, third in three-pointers, 14th in assist-to-turnover ratio and tied for first in defensive rebounds in league play
• Fourth overall in double-doubles (11) and finished fourth in league (6)
• Scored in double figures in all 34 games, including a string of 47 consecutive games dating to her freshman season
• Led K-State in scoring 14 times, in rebounding 14 times and in assists seven times
• Produced 15 20-plus point games and one 30-plus point game
• Registered 11 double-doubles on the season
• Shot 50 percent or better from the field in 18 games and 60 percent or higher in five outings
• Had three or more steals in a game eight times
• Dished out five or more assists 10 times
• Was perfect from the free-throw line on 15 occasions
• Had career highs in field goal attempts (27) and three-point field goal attempts (14) in a win over Baylor (2/8)
• Turned in a career performance in a win over UW-Green Bay (12/12) by scoring a career-high 31 points, grabbing 13 rebounds, dishing out an assist, making a block and a steal
• Her 31 points were the 19th-most in school history; 14 field goals fifth-most in school anuals; 25 field goal attempts the second-most
• Attempted the most field goals in a half in school history when she had 16 in the first half vs. UW-Green Bay
• Dished out a career-high nine assists in wins over Middle Tennessee State and Western Michigan
• Was the Big 12's first Big 12 Player of the Week for 2002-03 after averaging 22.3 points, 11.5 rebounds and 3.7 assists in the Preseason WNIT
• Scored 26 points in a win over Penn State in the finals of the Preseason WNIT
• Named to the Stanford All-Tournament team after averaging 17 points and 6.0 rebounds
• Sank a career-high three three-pointers in wins over Georgia Tech (11/17), UW-Green Bay, Northern Illionis (12/28) and Baylor
• Played 40 minutes at Stanford, vs. Western Michigan (12/20), at Northern Illinois and vs. Texas (1/25)
• Had a season-high three blocks in the second round WNIT win over Georgia Tech.

As a freshman (2001-02) -
• Turned in one of the finest freshman seasons in Kansas State women's basketball history • Named Big 12 Rookie of the Week twice • Averaged 16.4 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.7 steals and had 29 three-pointers • Shot 52.9 percent from the field, 37.2 percent from three-point range and 85.1 percent from the free-throw line • In three NCAA Tournament games, she is averaged 17 points, 2.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and shot 63.3 percent from the field, 66.7 percent for three-point range and 77.8 percent from the charity stripe • Played and started all 34 games at forward • Averaged 16.6 points, 8.3 rebounds, 2.6 assists, 2.1 steals and had 15 three-pointers in Big 12 games • Finished the regular season ranked eighth in points, seventh in rebounding, eighth in field goal percentage, third in free-throw percentage and seventh in steals in league play • Scored in double figures 30 times, including a string of seven consecutive games from Nov. 16 to Dec. 2 • Led K-State in scoring nine times, in rebounding 17 times and in assists seven times • Produced 10 20-plus point games • Recorded a double-double in her first collegiate game with 16 points and 11 rebounds • Registered 12 double-doubles on the season • Tied the school record for rebounds in a game and broke the Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic record when she grabbed 20 in a win over Harvard in the championship game (12/1) • Shot 50 percent or better from the field in 21 games • Dished out a career-high seven assists in a win over Oregon State (12/9) • Had a personal-best six steals in a victory over Missouri (1/27) • Scored a career-high 24 points in a win over Northern Arizona • Played 40 or more minutes in three games • Blocked two or more shots in four games • Earned MVP honors of the Commerce Bank Wildcat Classic after averaging 19.5 points and 12.5 rebounds and shooting 58.3 percent from the field • Also garnered Paradise Jam All-Tournament honors after averaging 17.6 points, 6.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 1.3 steals in three games • Dished out three or more assists in 20 games and had three or more steals in eight outings • Was perfect from the free-throw line on 14 occasions

At Marysville High School -
USA Today Kansas Player of the Year, Miss Kansas Basketball, Gatorade Kansas Player of the Year, Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Player of the Year • Nike/Phoenix/WBCA High School All-America • Two-time Street & Smith honorable mention all-American and Student Sports magazine third team all-America • Three-time 4A Player of the Year • Four-time first team all-class 4A • Three-time first team all-state • Four-time all-area and all-league • Four-time all-tournament team and four-time Flint Hills MVP •The four-year letterwinner helped team to a 4A state championship as a senior and two 4A state runner-up finishes, two sub-state championships and a sub-state runner-up title • In four seasons Marysville posted a 94-9 overall and 36-4 conference records •Holds 12 individual records at Marysville - one, the season rebound average, belongs to her mother, Pam • Her four state tournament records were ranked as the fifth-best sport story of 2000 in Kansas • During her senior season she average 21.3 points, 12.4 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 4.8 steals per game • Ranked in five Top 10 categories on the state individual records • Finished prep career with 2,305 career points, sixth all-time in Kansas history behind teammate Laurie Koehn and the WNBA's Jackie Stiles • Is the only player in Kansas history to finish in the top 10 in both scoring and rebounding (1,049) • Is the first player in Kansas girls' prep history to score 2,000 points and grab 1,000 rebounds in a career • Averaged 24.0, points, 10.9 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 3.6 steals and 1.2 blocks per game during her prep career and shot 51.7 percent from the field, 33.9 percent from three-point range and 76.0 percent from the free-throw line • She led the Sunland Area in points, rebounds and free throws as a junior and senior • In the 2000-2001 4A Tournament she averaged 28.0 points, including 10 of 12 from the free-throw line, and had 19 points, 12 rebounds and six steals in the championship game • Tallied 12 points, a team-high 11 rebounds, an assist, a block and two steals in 20 minutes in the WBCA All-American game • Listed as one of the top 10 players in the nation and in the state of Kansas by recruiting analyst Greg Swaim • Rated as the 10th best wing forward in the country by the Blue Star Report and rated a Top 20 wing forward by the Reebok All Star Girls Report • Also considered the 14th best player in the nation by Full Court Press, rated 18th by Foxstudentsports.com and 20th by Rivals.com • Coached by Mary Kessinger • Four-year letterwinner in track and was named the state female track and field athlete of the year as a senior • Registered the second-best javelin throw in the United States for 2001 with a toss of 174'0 • In 1999-2000 she competed at the NACAC Athletic Championships in Monterrey, Mexico, where she was the NACAC International Javelin Champion and threw an American Junior record and career best 174'6, breaking the old record of 174'2 which was set at the Olympic Trials the year before • As a senior she was ranked the No. 1 high school javelin track athlete by Track and Field News and was also a javelin All-American by the publication • Won the javelin state title in 2001 with a throw of 162'11 • Member of the state record-holding (47.71) 4x100 relay team • Helped team to two 4A state championships, two regional titles and one league crown • Will compete for K-State head coach Cliff Rovellto on the Wildcat track and field team • High school coach was Steve Warner • Four-year letterwinner in volleyball • Helped Marysville to a 27-8 record as a senior • Four-time all-league selection • Led the state in kills (661/7.78 per game) and hitting percentage (68.7) during her senior season • Named Kansas Sports Hall of Fame All-State in 2000 • Coached by Pam Schroller.

Personal - Born Dec. 16, 1982 in Marysville, Kan. • Daughter of Randy and Pam Wecker • Has one younger brother, Dirk • Participated in the USA Basketball Women's Junior World Qualifying Team trials in Colorado in 1999-2000 • Played AAU for the Topeka Bauersfeld 18-and-under team that won a regional title in 2000 Kansas Thunderbolts • Captured 1996 AAU 13 & Under National Shootout title, finished 2nd in 1998, 7th in 1997 and 9th in 1995 • Named MVP of the 12 & 13 Under team • Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes, FCCLA, Kayettes, M-Club and SADD • Was a six-time Kiwanis Honor Student and made the Master Honor Roll four times • Majoring in business administration.

Wecker'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 34-34 1073 221-418 .529 29-78 .372 86-101 .851 77-264 7.8 114-5 97 98 20 60 557-16.4
02-03 34-34 1173 257-551 .466 56-145 .386 76-88 .864 70-281 8.3 95-1 125 115 10 62 646-19.0
Totals 68-68 2246 478-969 .493 85-221 .384 162-189 .857 147-545 8.0 209-6 222 213 30 122 1203-17.6

Wecker's 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 16-16 552 105-203 .517 15-39 .385 40-45 .889 39-133 8.3 56-3 43 44 13 35 265-16.6
02-03 15-15 526 102-256 .398 28-83 .337 34-42 .810 31-124 8.3 41-1 54 48 4 36 266-17.7
Totals 32-32 1113 215-476 .451 45-124 .362 78-91 .857 73-266 8.3 99-4 100 98 17 72 553-17.2

Wecker's Career Highs

PTS 31 at UW-Green Bay (12/12/02)
FGM 14 at UW-Green Bay (12/12/02)
FGA 27 at Baylor (2/8/03)
3PTM 5 at Kansas (1/8/03)
3PTA: 14 at Baylor (2/8/03)
FTM: 6 twice
FTA: 9, vs. Texas (1/25/03)
REB: 20, vs. Harvard (12/1/01)
AST: 9 vs. Middle Tennsessee State (12/6/02)
BK: 3, multiple times
ST: 6 vs. Missouri (2/27/02)
MIN: 40, seven times

Career Miscellaneous

Double-figure scoring games 64
Games with 20 or more points 25
Games with 10 or more rebounds 23
Games with three or more assists 45
Games with two or more blocks 8
Games with three or more steals 17