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Amanda Wayment Athlete Profile

#4 Amanda Wayment

Position: Forward Height: 6-1 Class: Junior Roster Years: 2014-2017 Hometown: Ogden, UT Last School: Fremont High School

Before BYU

  • Three-year letterwinner in basketball
  • 5A Most Valuable Player, Deseret News
  • 5A All Tournament Team, Deseret News
  • Named First Team All-State, Salt Lake Tribune
  • 5A Senior All-State, Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA)
  • Named to Dick’s Nationals All-Tournament Team
  • Named First Team All-Region 1
  • Named All-Area Most Valuable Player, Ogden Standard Examiner
  • Team Captain in 2014
  • Team won state championships in 2014
  • Team won Region 1 championships in 2014
  • Team finished second at Dick’s National Tournament
  • Played two years with Intensity Basketball Club, team won Big Mountain Jam
  • Two-year letterwinner in track and field
  • Competed in the 400m, 800m and 4x4 relay
  • Two-year letterwinner in volleyball
  • Named Honorable Mention at state tournament

Personal

  • Parents are Matthew and Tammy Wayment
  • Has three sisters and two brothers
  • Born in Ogden, Utah


2014-2015 | Freshman Year

  • Played in 10 games, including six games vs. West Coast Conference foes
  • Averaged 3.3 minutes of playing time and played the most minutes (8) vs. UNLV
  • Pulled down a season-best four rebounds along with four points in the win over SCU
  • Played in her first collegiate game at South Dakota State
  • Averaged 1.3 points and 0.7 rebounds per contest

2015-2016 | Sophomore Year

  • Finished the season playing in all games averaging 21.2 minutes of playing time
  • On the season, averaged 4.2 points and 4.6 rebounds for third best on team in that category
  • Had season and career bests in points with eight five times; had career bests in rebounds with 10
  • Was tied in 13th place in WCC games in blocked shots and tied for eighth place in offensive rebounds
  • In four games she dished out two assists for season bests
  • Recorded season and career highs in steals with four 
  • Had three blocks in the game vs. USF for season and career highs
  • Started in her first and only game of the year vs. Georgia at Thanksgiving Classic at CS Northridge

2016-2017 | Junior Year

  • Picked up first ever double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds vs. Portland ... the points were career highs as were the 10 rebounds
  • Started in five games on the year and played in all games
  • Averaged 4.1 points per game and 3.0 rebounds a contest while averaging 14.6 minutes of playing time 
  • Recorded three games scoring in double digits
  • Had three steals in three games on the year