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Laura Stratton Athlete Profile

#10 Laura Stratton

Laura Stratton
Position: Guard Height: 5-6 Roster Years: 2003-2006 Hometown: Missoula, MT Last School: BYU Idaho

Personal

  • Attended BYU-Idaho for one year competing in basketball then transferred to BYU
  • Parents are Terry and Linda Stratton
  • Has two brothers and three sisters
  • Majoring in exercise science.

Before BYU

  • Three-time MVP, First Team All-Conference, 1999-2001
  • Conference leader in assists and steals
  • Conference champions in 2000...Wendy's Athlete of the Year in 2001
  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball
  • Three-time lettewinner in volleyball
  • Team MVP
  • Holds school record for most kill in a single game
  • Team captain
  • Defensive Player of the Year.

Other College

BYU-Idaho:

  • Region and League Champions in 2002
  • Team finished ninth at NJCAA.

Stats

Yr  G/GS  FG-FGA %  FT-FTA %  3-pts %     Pts. Reb.     A.      BL.   St.   TO.
04  4/0   2-8.250   1-2  .500 1-5  .200     6    1       0      0     1      2
05 18/0	  2-9.222   4-4 1.000 0-3 .000      8    8       8      0     2      7
06 27/0  11-22.500 11-13.846  2-9 .222     35   16      21      0     7     13
TS 49/0  15- 39.385 16-19.842 3-17 .176    49   25      29      0    10     22


2003-2004 | Sophomore Year

  • Played in four games, two conference (Wyoming on 2/12/04, vs. Air Force on 1/24/04) and two non-conference (at Montana State on 1/6/04 and at Portland State on 1/10/04).

2004-2005 | Junior Year

  • Connected on all four free throws shot
  • Played in 18 games with an average of 3.3 minutes of playing time
  • Contributed with eight points, eight rebounds and eight assists
  • Named Cougar Club Scholar Athlete

2005-2006 | Senior Year

  • Received the Leona Holbrook Spirit of Sport Award 
  • Played in a total of 27 games which included 13 of 16 league contests
  • Averaged 7.6 minutes of playing time
  • Voted Most Inspirational Player on the team
  • Finished the year ranked first on the team in free throw percentage .846 (11-13), fifth in field goal percentage .500 (11-22), ranked eighth in the three-point field goal percentage on the team with a .222 (2-9) and was 10th on the team in points and points average with a 1.3 point average
  • Tallied a season and career high five points vs. UNLV on 01/14/06
  • Had four points and three rebounds in both home games vs. NAU on12/10/05 and vs. UCSB on 11/26/05.