UI Women's Basketball BIO
21 Mikayla Ferenz

2015-16: Big Sky Tournament MVP...scored 67 points to lead the tournament...hit a tournament record 16 3-pointers, including a season high eight against Weber State...hit 79 3-point field goals this season, fifth most in program history...led the Big Sky with a 44.6 3-point field goal percentage, seventh in the NCAA...averaged 2.3 3FGM per game...led the team in scoring in seven games...scored in double figures in 14 games...made first career start at Portland State...started eight of 34 games this season.

High School: Scored 1,340 career points at Walla Walla H.S...she has started all four seasons as well as starting two seasons on the soccer pitch...as a senior she averaged 16.6 points 5.8 rebounds, 6.1 assists, 3 steals per game...she was honored as the Tri-City Herald All-Area Girls Player of the Year and Mid Colombia Conference MVP...was voted First Team All-State by the Associated Press and was named to the USA Today’s All-Washington State Second Team...Ferenz helped Walla Wall H.S. to a fourth-place finish in the state tournament, its best finish in 31 years...as a junior she scored 18.7, 5.2 rebounds, 4.8 assists and 2.4 steals...she has also been a three-time First Team honoree by the Mid-Columbia Conference and the Tri-Cities Herald All-Area teams...Ferenz was a member of the 2014 Gold Bracket champions in the Peach State Basketball Summer Invitational, playing with the Northwest Blazers.

Daughter of Michelle, the head coach at Whitman College (DIII) and Chris Ferenz...Chris played basketball professionally in Australia...has an older brother, Robert and twin sister, Kate, who plays basketball at Walla Walla CC...WIAA scholar athlete and class valedictorian...would like to be a basketball coach.
Position: Guard
Height: 5'10"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Walla Walla, Wash.
High School: Walla Walla H.S.
Experience: High School
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