Three-year letterwinner...made huge strides in both scoring and rebounding after full recover from knee injury...underwent surgery on her left knee in each of her first two seasons, the first to repair a torn ACL which caused her to use a medical redshirt in 2007-08 and a second to repair torn meniscus in 2008-09...in first full season on the floor last year, named team's Most Improved Player and started six games at center including the final four of the 2008-09 campaign.
JUNIOR YEAR (2010-11) -- Started all 28 games of the season...led team in rebounds (5.9 rpg) ... led team in blocks with 23. Recorded double-digit rebounds in four games ... notched a career-best 17 rebounds at BYU (11/20/10) ... shot 45 percent fromt he field, averaging a career-best 7.1 ppg ... tallied two double-doubles ... set a career-high with five steals against San Jose State in the consolation game of the Great Alaska Shootout (11/24/10) ... tied a personal best with eight field goals at Washington State (2/26/11).
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2009-10) -- Started all 31 games..third leading rebounder (4.1 rpg)...tied for first in blocks (1.1 bpg)...scored in double figures seven games...nine games with 5 or more rebounds...set career-highs in points scoring 21 at Oregon (1/1/10), 8 field goals made at Oregon (1/1/10), 12 field goals attempts at Arizona (1/9/10), 5 free-throws made in 11 free-throw attempts at Oregon (1/1/10), 11 rebounds at Washington State (1/29/10), 3 assists at Portland State (11/14/09), 3 steals versus USC (1/21/10
FRESHMAN YEAR (2008-09) -- Played in 23 games, starting six...tabbed team's Most Improved Player...averaged 4.1 points and 2.3 rebounds...missed seven games after arthroscopic surgery on her left knee to repair torn meniscus (12/3/08), the second surgery on that knee in as many seasons...earned first career start at California (1/11/09) and became a regular in the starting lineup for the last four games...tallied two double-figure scoring efforts...scored career-high 12 points and equaled career-high with six rebounds at Arizona (2/28/09); was 4-of-8 from the field, 4-of-6 from the free-throw line and also swiped a career-best two steals...tallied 10 points on a 4-of-8 clip from the field at USC (1/22/09)...scored a team-high eight points and grabbed four rebounds vs. USC (2/22/09).
REDSHIRT YEAR (2007-08) -- Came off the bench in first four games before suffering a torn ACL in a mid-November practice...granted medical redshirt...averaged 9.3 minutes...averaged 2.3 points and 2.8 rebounds...had four points and four rebounds in debut at Kansas State (11/10/07)...tallied five points and six rebounds at Gonzaga (11/12/07)...also played in games vs. Hawaii (11/16/07) and Northern Arizona (11/17/07).
AT ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL
Four-year letterwinner and one-year captain as a senior at Roosevelt HS...helped prep team to an 80-24 overall record during her career...McDonald's High School All-American nominee...selected KingCo Most Valuable Player as a senior...first-Team All-KingCo as a junior and honorable mention all-KingCo as a sophomore...selected to the 2007 Star Times All-Area Team...team's leading scorer and rebounder during sophomore, junior and senior seasons...as a freshman helped lead prep team to 2004 4A State Tournament title, the first in school history...team finished the year ranked 37th in the nation and with a 25-3 overall record...voted by her prep teammates as "Most Improved Player" in her first season...started all 23 games as a sophomore, leading team in both scoring and rebounding...Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Athlete of the Week (Dec. 30, 2004)...as a junior led prep team to 20-7 overall record, a second place KingCo 4A finish and a berth to the 4A State tournament...Seattle Times Prep Star of the Week (Dec. 27, 2005)...as a senior, led the Roughriders to a first place finish in the KingCo 4A district tournament and a berth in the state tournament...led team to a 24-2 overall record, 15-0 in league play...averaged 13.9 points and 14.8 rebounds as a senior...played for Y.E.S. from 2002-04 and Triple Threat from 2001-02...led team to tournament championships at the 2003 and 2004 Best of the West (Yakima, Wash.), 2003 End of the Trail (Oregon City, Ore.) and 2004 Battle of Seattle...named MVP at the 2004 Hot Shot Classic Tournament in Seattle...selected MVP at the 2005 Oregon City Shootout, while leading team to third place finish.
Mackenzie Elizabeth Argens...born in Seattle, Wash....parents are Erin and Jeff Argens...has a older brother Taylor who played football for one season at Western Washington...both parents are Washington alums...hobbies include snowboarding, music, spending time with friends and family...appeared in the documentary "Heart of the Game" that followed her Roosevelt High School team for six years.
Points - 21, at Oregon, Jan. 1, 2010
Rebounds - 17, at BYU, Nov. 20, 2010
Assists - 3, three times, last vs. Oregon, Feb. 3,2011
Steals - 5, vs. San Jose State, Nov. 24, 2010
FG Made - 8, four times, last at WSU, Feb. 26, 2011
FG Attempted - 14, two times, last at WSU, Feb. 26, 2011
3-Pt. FG Made - 1 at USC, Jan. 22, 2009
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 1, twice, last vs. WMU, Dec. 20, 2010
FT Made - 5, twice, last vs. UCR, Dec. 12, 2010
FT Attempted - 11, at Oregon, Jan. 1, 2010
10 THINGS ABOUT...Why do you wear No. 33?
In high school I picked #33 because my brother had worn it and I wanted to follow after him
Who is your favorite former UW Husky Basketball player?
What are your 3 favorite things about Seattle?
Seattle is my home and my family is here, it is a gorgeous city and you can do so many different things, and my awesome teammates
What is your favorite inspirational quote?
My grandma always used to tell me, "Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened"
What are your future plans after college?
Possibly continue to play basketball overseas
What things do you always bring on a roadtrip?
My iPod and Dove chocolate
Describe Coach McGuff in one word?
When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A professional basketball player
What is your biggest guilty pleasure
Starbucks grande vanilla latte
Who is your most inspirational teammate?
Kristi Kingma and Marjie Heard
MACKENZIE ARGENS' YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
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