Alexis Kaufusi Athlete Profile

#10 Alexis Kaufusi

Position: Forward Height: 6-1 Class: Junior Roster Years: 2008-2012 Hometown: Provo, UT Last School: Timpview High School

Before BYU

  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball
  • Region Champs in 2007 and 2008 and was undefeated in 2008
  • Two-time team MVP
  • Team captain two-time All-Region honoree two-time All-Valley accolades
  • First Team All-State in 2007 and 2008 named state MVP two-year letterwinner in soccer
  • One year letterwinner in softball academic high school Honor Roll
  • Played three years for the Salt Lake Metro Club Team, 2006-2008

Personal

  • Parents are Steve and Michelle Kaufusi
  • Dad is an assistant football coach, defensive line, for BYU
  • Has four siblings

Stats

Yr G/GS  FG-FGA %     3FG-3FGA %   FT-FTA  %    Pts.  Reb.   A.  To.  Bl.  St.  
10 33/0  94-194.485   1-1 1.000   39-66  .591   228   150    9   65   15   12
11 20/0  42-91 .462   0-0 .000    14-25  .560    98    56    5   23    2    3
TLS 53/0 136-285.477  1-1 1.000   53-91  .582   326   206   14   88   17   15


2009-2010 | Freshman Year

  • At the conclusion of her freshman season ranked first in field goal percentage (.485, 94-194)
  • In five categories ranked third on the team; free throw attempts with 66, in rebounds with a total of 150, in offensive rebounds with 50, in defensive rebounds with 100, and in blocked shots with 15
  • Placed fifth in free throws made with 39
  • Led the team in scoring with 14 points in the road game at Cal in the 2010 WNIT quarterfinals for her 10th season and career double digit outing, while the points were season and career highs
  • Tallied her ninth season and career double figure contest with 10 points in the home win over TCU on 3/6/10
  • Scored 11 points in the win over UNLV on 2/6/10 for her eighth season and career double digit outing of the year
  • Picked up her second double double of the season and career with 10 points and 11 rebounds in the home game vs. New Mexico on 1/27/10, the points were her seventh season and career double digit outing, the boards were team highs, tied for game highs, tied for season highs and were the most in league play
  • Recorded her sixth season and career double figure game with 11 points in the MWC game at Wyoming on 1/19/10
  • In the first league game of the season at UNLV on 1/6/10 scored 10 points for her fifth season and career double digit output
  • Scored in double figures for the fourth time with 12 points at CS Fullerton on 12/12/09
  • Tied her season and career high in points with 12 vs. San Francisco on 12/4/09 marking her third double figure game of the season and her career
  • Recorded her first double double of her career and of the season with 12 points and 11 rebounds at SUU on 11/24/09, the 12 points tied for team and game highs Scored 12 points and grabbed nine boards in the game at Montana State on 11/20/09
  • Came off the bench to play in her first collegiate game vs. UVU on 11/13/09 in which she scored four points
  • Final MWC stats/ranking
  • Finished ranked fifth and seventh respectively in the field goal percentage category in all games and in MWC contests

2010-2011 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in a total of 20 games before was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma and did not finish the year
  • Concluded the year in fifth place in the field goal percentage category (.462, 61-132) Came off the bench to score 10 points and grabbed five rebounds which tied for team highs in the road win at Air Force on 1/8/11, the points marked the second double digit outing of the year
  • Scored eight points and grabbed six rebounds in the road win at UVU on 12/9/10 Picked up her first double figure game of the season and 11th career with the 10 points vs. USU on 11/23/10 while grabbing eight boards, both for season highs to date
  • Talled a season high six points vs. Washington on 11/20/10
  • Scored five points at Duke on 11/13/10
  • Grabbed three rebounds at UIC on 11/17/10

2011-2012 | Junior Year

  • Concluded her junior year shooting 43 percent form the field and 50 percent from the free throw line after tallying 28 points and grabbing 23 rebounds, while recording three blocks and dishing out six assists
  • Played in 21 games averaging 4.9 minutes of action
  • Grabbed four rebounds for season highs in the game at Portland
  • Played six minutes tallying six points in the home game vs. Nevada which tie for season highs
  • Tied career bests in assists and in blocks with two each vs. SUU on 12/8/11, both were also season highs
  • Picked up season highs in points with six vs. Eastern Washington on 11/26/11
  • Played six minutes scoring two points and grabbing one rebound at Weber State
  • Came off the bench playing four minutes recording one assist in the home opener vs. No. 8 Duke