Coriann Wood	#23 Forward 6-1, Jr. Basin City, WA - Connell HS Major: P.E. Teaching and Coaching
JUNIOR – (2009–2010):
  • Concluded the year ranked first on the team in three stat categories; 3-point field goal percentage (.440, 51-116), in defensive rebounds with 121, most blocked shots with a total of 27
  • Placed second in four categories; most field goals made with 121, in the most 3-point field goals made with 51, rebounds with a total of 173, and in offensive rebounds with 52
  • In three stat categories ranked third on the team; in free throw percentage (.714, 40-46), in field goal attempts with 279, and in 3-point field goal attempts with a total of 116
  • In free throws made with 40 and in free throw attempts finished in fourth place on the team
  • Ranks fifth on the squad in steals with 18
  • Placed sixth on the team in field goal percentage (.434, 121-279)
  • Garnered the MWCs 6th Man of the Year award
  • Was Honorable Mention All-MWC
  • Led the team in scoring with 18 points including 4-4 from behind the arc in the road win at Wyoming on 3/25/10 in the third round of the WNIT recording her 18th season and 27th career double digit outing
  • Had season and career highs in both blocks and steals with three each in the road win at ASU on 3/23/10 in the second round of the WNIT
  • Tied her season and career high in assists with four in the home victory over Pepperdine on 3/18/10
  • Led the team in points with 11 in the game vs. SDSU at the MWC Championships on 3/12/10 for her 17 season and 26th career double digit outing
  • Dished out four assists in the home win over Utah on 3/3/10 tying her season and career highs in that category
  • Recorded her 16th double figure game of the season and her 25th in her career with 18 points in the road game at San Diego State on 2/24/10, and tied her season and career highs in three pointers made in a game with four
  • Scored 11 points in the home win over Wyoming on 2/20/10 for her 15th time scoring in double digits on the year and the 24th in her career
  • Led all scorers with 18 points in the home win over CSU on 2/1/7/10 for her 14th season, 23rd overall and second straight double figure outing
  • Put up 10 points in the road victory at AF on 2/13/10 marking her 13th season and 22nd overall double figure game
  • Scored 10 points in the road win at Utah on 1/30/10 for her 12th season and 21st career double digit performance
  • Was one of five players to score in double figures in the home victory over SDSU on 1/23/10 with 10 points which mark her 11th season and 20th career double figure performances
  • Led all scorers and picked up new season and career highs in points with 21 in the road win at CSU on 1/16/10 for her ninth season and 18th career double digit outing
  • Recorded her second double double of the season and career at UNLV on 1/6/10 with 17 points and 10 rebounds, the total boards were team and game highs
  • Scored 12 points for team and game highs in the home win vs. Nevada on 1/2/10 which mark the seventh and 16th double digit outing of her career and in that same contest was perfect from both the free throw line (2-2) and from behind the arc (2-2)
  • Picked up 17 points vs. Portland on 12/31/09 recording her sixth double digit outing of the year and her 15th overall, the points were also team and game highs and she scored 15 of the 17 points in the first half of the game
  • Scored 12 points in the road game at Utah State on 12/19/09 recording her fifth double figure contest of the season and her 14th overall, was perfect from the free throw line going (6-6) and it was her second consecutive double figure contest of the season to date
  • Picked up her first double double of her career with 16 points and 10 rebounds in the road game at CS Fullerton on 12/12/09 marking her fourth double digit performance this season and her 13th overall, of the total points, nine were from three-point range
  • Led all players grabbing 11 boards in the game at Weber State on 12/9/09 for season and career highs in the rebound category
  • Had two blocks and two steals in the game vs. Kansas St., on 11/27/09
  • Tied for team and game highs in points with 12 at SUU on 11/24/ 09 for her third double digit outing of the season and her 12th overall
  • Scored 11 points in the road game at Washington on 11/18/09 for her second straight double figure contest of the year and 11th in her career
  • Came off the bench to score 10 points in the home opener vs. UVU on 11/13/09 marking her first double figure contest of the season and her 10th overall
  • Grabbed a team and game high eight boards in that same game
  • Final MWC stats/ranking: in the scoring category ranks 20th in all games with a 10.1 average and 19th with a 10.3 scoring average in MWC games only
  • Ranked 20th in all games in rebounding grabbing 5.7 boards per contest
  • In the field goal percentage category placed 14th and 12th in all games and in MWC contests
  • Finished ranked first in 3-point field goal percentage in all contests and second in league games, while in the 3-point field goals made stats ranked
  • 14th in all contests and tied for fifth place in league games
  • In the blocked shots stats placed 10th in all games and 11th in league contests
SOPHOMORE – (2008–2009):
  • Played in all games, starting in three vs. SDSU on 2/25/09; at Utah and vs. Wyoming
  • Scored 13 points in the home win vs. UNLV on 2/21/09, her sixth double digit performance of the year and seventh overall
  • Grabbed nine boards for team, season, and career-highs vs. AF on 2/4/09 ... tallied six rebounds in each of the last two MWC games, vs. Utah on 1/28/09 and at Wyoming on 1/31/09
  • Recorded a team high 13 points in the home game vs. Utah for her seventh double digit contest of the year and her eighth overall, in that same game dished out new season and career highs in assists with three
  • Tied season highs in both assists and steals with two each vs. CSU on 1/10/09
  • Had two blocks for new season and career highs in that category in the home win vs. CSU on 01/10/09
  • Grabbed new season and career highs in the rebound category with eight vs. USC ., on 12/06/08
  • Recorded her sixth double figure game of the year and seventh career with 10 points in the game at Long Beach St., ... had a total of five double digit scoring performances on the year and six overall with the 13 points scored vs. Utah St., on 12/13/08
  • The points mark three back-to-back double figure games with the 15 vs. Weber St., (which were season and career highs) and 14 vs. USC
  • In the home game vs. SUU on 11/28/08 scored 10 points which at that time tied her season high
  • In the game at Nevada on 11/18/08 tied her career highs in rebounds with five
  • In the home game vs. UConn was perfect from the line 4-4
  • Is in second place on the team in rebounds grabbing 4.8 boards per contest
  • Is in fifth place on the team in points scoring 6.4 per contest
  • Has the teams best three-point field goal percentage (.330, 30-90)
  • Led or tied in the rebound category in a total of six contests and in blocked shots in three
  • Ended the season ranked first in four categories: three-point field goal attempts with 90; three-point field goals made with 30; free throw attempts with 51 for a 1.8 average; free throws made with a total of 37 for a 1.3 average
  • Places second in two: three-point percentage .333, 30-90; defensive board grabbing 102 for a 3.5 average
  • Attempted 186 field goals which places her in fourth place in that category
  • Ranks fifth in three categories: offensive rebounds with 37; assists with 19; steals with 22
  • In the MWC tied for 13th place in the three-point field goal percentage category in all games
  • Named MWC Academic All-Conference
FRESHMAN - (2007–2008):
  • Played in 27 of the 29 games on the year and started in one, at Sacred Heart on 12/01/07
  • Averaged of 10.6 minutes of playing time ... scoring 3.6 points and 2.3 boards per game
  • Picked up a season high in points with 13, in three-pointers made with three and in blocks with two at CSU on 01/12/08
  • Grabbed a season high in rebounds with five at UConn on 11/29/07
  • Was perfect from the free throw line 4-4 at Sacred Heart on 12/1/07
  • Finished the year in second on the team free throw percentage .909 (20-22)
  • Fourth in three-point field goals attempted 47 (1.7)
  • Fifth in field goals attempted 47 (1.7), and in free throws made 20 (0.7)
  • Eighth in three-point field goal percentage .213 (10-47)
  • Ninth in field goal percentage .330 (31-94)
  • Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... Two-time league MVP ... Two-time First Team All-Area ... Two-time league leading rebounder (10.0) and scorer (21.0)
  • District Tournament MVP ... All-Area MVP ... 1A State Tournament MVP, with an average of (25.6 ppg)
  • Associated Press First Team
  • Seattle Times 1A Player of the Year
  • Nominated to McDonald's All-America Team
  • All-time leading scorer at high school, with (1,402 points)
  • Tri-City Female Athlete of the Year
  • Summer Club Team: Sage Brush Hoops for three years
  • Four-year letterwinner in soccer ... two-time team MVP ... First Team All-League ... 2003 League District and State Champions
  • Four-year letterwinner in track and field ... First Team All-League (thrower) ... First Team All-Area ... team MVP ... third in state in javelin ... state champ in shot put and discus ... broke school record in shot put and discus
  • KNDU-TV Academic All-Star
  • Principal's All-Around Student Athlete Award
  • Four-year member high school Honor Roll ... school Valedictorian
  • Born in Richland, WA
  • Parents are J. and Janece Wood
  • Has two brothers and two sisters
  • Married to Tucker Fraughton
2008 27/1 31-94.330 20-22.909 10-47.213 92 63 7 5 7 29
2009 29/3 60-186 .323 37-51.725 30-90.333 187 139 19 9 22 43
2010 33/0 121-279.434 51-116.440 40-56 .714 333 173 33 59 27 18
TLS 89/4 212-559.379 91-253.360 97-129.752 612 375 59 131 41 47
  • Points: 15 vs. Weber St., 12/10/08
  • Rebounds: 9 vs. AFA, 2/4/09
  • 3-PT FG’s Made: 3 @ CSU, 1/12/08
  • Assists: 3 vs. Utah, 1/28/09
  • Steals 2 vs. CSU, 1/10/09, once more
  • Blocks: 2 @ UNLV,1/21/09, once more
2010–11 Information
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