Cassie King Athlete Profile

#54 Cassie King

Cassie King
Position: Center Height: 6-3 Roster Years: 2005-2009 Hometown: Provo, UT Last School: Provo High School

Personal

Born in Provo, Utah ... parents are Richard and Melinda ... has three brothers and two sisters.

Before BYU

Three-time letterwinner in basketball... Academic All-State in basketball... Provo High School All Around Athlete Shipman Award... First Team All-Valley in 2004 and 2005... First Team All-State in 2005... 2004 Second Team All-State. Three-time letterwinner volleyball... Team MVP in 2002 and 2004... First Team All-State in 2004. Utah Avalanche Club Team summer 2003. Utah Sky Club Team summer 2004... Spring Las Vegas Tournament Champions.

Stats

Yr    G/GS    FG-FGA%     FT-FTA%    3-pts%    Pts.   Reb.    A.   Bl.  St.  To.
06 23/0 7-22.318 9-12.750 0-1.000 23 30 1 7 2 6
07 32/0 45-95.474 16-27.600 5-18.297 111 84 12 14 7 36
08 29/3 50-93.538 31-42.738 4-6.667 135 81 15 15 10 31
09 29/29 96-173.555 36-49.735 1-3.333 229 175 15 13 26 45
TLS 113/32 198-383.517 92-130.708 10-28.357 498 370 43 49 45 118



2005-2006 | Freshman Year

Final player notes: Had the team's third best free throw percentage .750 (9-12) ... was fifth in blocked shots with seven ... finished 11th in two other categories, points and points average with a total of 23 points for a 1.0 average ... played in a total 23 games with her first collegiate game vs. UCSB on 11/26/05 ... scored four points in nine minutes vs. NAU on 12/10/05 ... grabbed three rebounds in the game @ Seton Hall on 12/03/05.

2006-2007 | Sophomore Year

Final players notes: Played in 32 of 33 games ... had doubled the number of points, assists and steals as of 01/29/07 from her freshman year ... finished the season with a total of 111 points, 12 assists and seven steals ... tied for fourth place in the blocked shots category with a total of 14 on the year ... averaged 11.6 points of playing time ... grabbed nine rebounds @ UVSC on 12/16/06 for a new season and career high in that category .... in that same game @ UVSC had two blocked shots ... picked up new season and career highs in points with 11 @ Harvard on 11/29/06.

2007-2008 | Junior Year

Final player notes: played in all 29 games, starting in three ... scored 10 points in the AF game on 3/1/08 for her fourth double digit scoring performance and the second in league action ... grabbed a new season high in boards with eight in the game at UNLV on 2/16/08 ... picked up 10 points vs. Wyoming on 2/2/08 marking her third double digit output of the year, and was perfect from the field 5-5 ... grabbed season highs in rebounds with eight @ UNLV on 2/16/08 and was perfect from the free throw line 3-3 ... picked up new season and career highs in points with 13 vs. UCLA on 12/15/07 ... had 10 points at Weber State on 12/12/07 ... led the team in points in two games, in steals in one and in blocks in six total games on the year ... finished first on the team in field goal percentage .538 (50-93) ... ranked third in three categories: free throw attempts 42 (1.4) and free throws made 31 (1.1), and in blocked shots with 15 (0.5) ... placed fourth in two categories: free throw percentage .738 (31-42) and offensive rebounds with 30 (1.0) ... averages 4.7 points and 2.8 rebounds and played 13.5 minutes per game.

2008-2009 | Senior Year

Final player notes: started in all games ... named Honorable Mention All-MWC ... team co-captain ... led the team and game in points with 15 in the game at AFA on 3/7/09 for her ninth season and career double figure game ... marked her second double double of the season and career with game and team highs in points and rebounds, 20 and 12 respectively in the home game vs. Wyoming on 3/4/09, the record high points also mark her eighth season and career double figure performance ... named to the District 8 CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Second Team ... led all scorers with 15 points in the MWC game at CSU for her seventh double figure contest this year and her 12th career ... recorded her first ever double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds in the road win at UNLV on 1/21/09... the 19 points in that same game mark her sixth double digit output on the year and her 11 overall, while the 13 boards were also season and career highs ... grabbed a team and game high nine boards in the game vs. Arkansas St., on 12/30/08 ... tied her season and career high with 14 points vs. Utah St., which were team highs and mark her fourth and ninth season and career double figure performance respectively ... in the Utah St., game was perfect at the line going 8-8 ... recorded 14 points vs. USC on 12/6/08 ... grabbed a game high 10 boards vs. Oregon on 11/21/08 ... in that same game, had three blocks which are new season and career highs ... tops the list in the rebound category on the team grabbing 6.0 boards per game ... ranks first in offensive and defensive rebounds with 58 and 117 respectively ... was the teams leader in boards in a total of 12 games and led in points in four contests ... finishes the year in second place in free throw attempts with 49 for a 1.7 average and in free throws made with a total of 36 and a 1.3 average .... had the teams third best free throw percentage at .735 (36-49), and the best field goal percentage at .555 (96-173) ... recorded a total of 26 steals for a fourth place finish on the squad and had a total of 13 blocks which puts her in fifth place in that category on the team ... places third in scoring with 7.9 points per contest ... scored 11 points at Nevada on 11/18/08 for her first double figure contest of the 2008-09 campaign ... in the MWC ends the season ranked second in field goal percentage in all games and in league contests .555 (96-173) and .543 (57-105), places 12th and 11th in the rebounding category in all games and in league contests, and 25th and 24th respectively in scoring in all games and in MWC contests, tied for 13th place in offensive boards in all games and 10th in league action, and 13th and 15th in all games and in league play in the defensive boards category ... named MWC Academic All-Conference