|Posted November 5, 2007|
|High School:||Central HS|
2009-10: Arguably the Thunderwolves' best all around Player, started in 28 games during the 2009-10 season before a season ending injury vs. Adams State Mar. 2 ... Led the Thunderwolves in scoring, assists, steals, and turnovers ... Averaged 14.9 points, 4.1 assists and 2.1 steals per game ... Scored a season-high 27 points vs. Central State Jan. 2 ... Had a season-high nine assists, eight turnovers, and seven steals vs. Fort Lewis Feb. 13 ... Led the Pack in field goal and free-throw percentage with, 48.8 percent from the field and 83.8 percent from the free-throw line.
2008-09: Led the ThunderWolves in scoring in just her second season, averaging 13.8 points per game and being named a first-team all-RMAC West Division selection ... Got hottest at the end of the season, averaging 14.7 points and 6.3 rebounds per game during the RMAC Shootout, being named RMAC Shootout Most Valuable Player after leading the Pack to its third RMAC title in four seasons ... Turned in her first career double-double vs. Regis Jan. 17, scoring 20 points and logging 10 rebounds ... Set a career-high in scoring vs. Adams State Feb. 14, scoring 31 points and going a perfect 13-for-13 from the free-throw line in the Pack's win ... Scored 10 or more points in 13 of the ThunderWolves' final 15 games ... Logged seven assists and 17 points in the ThunderWolves' win over Chadron State Dec. 13 ... Went for 23 points and 7 assists vs. Western State Jan. 23.
2007-08: Had an outstanding freshman season, splitting time at point guard and finishing the season as an all-tournament selection during the ThunderWolves' RMAC Championship run ... Finished the season third in the conference in free throw percentage, shooting at an .862 clip ... Was in the top 15 in the RMAC in steals, executing 52 thefts throughout the season ... Had her coming-out party Dec. 7 against Regis, scoring 20 points and recording four steals ... Recorded five steals on three separate occasions, including in the Pack's game against Nebraska-Omaha Dec. 17, where she scored a career-high 23 points, as well.
High School: Was a standout at Central HS,
earning all-state honors as a junior and senior ... Was an
All-South Central League selection as a sophomore, junior and
senior ... Led the SCL in scoring as a sophomore, junior and
senior, leading the state in those categories as a junior and
senior ... Also competed in softball, soccer, tennis and track ...
Was an exemplary student, as well, graduating in the top ten of her
class, boasting a 3.8 GPA ... Was a member of National Honor
Personal: Daughter of Pat and Darlene Espinoza ... Has four older siblings: Danny, Nikki, Gen and Steph.