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Angie Jones
Angie Jones

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Holy Names Academy

Height:
5-9

Position:
Student Assistant Coach

Experience:
3V

AT WASHINGTON
Three-year letterwinner and member of 2006 NCAA Tournament team...battled recurring knee injuries throughout her career which caused her to retire from basketball prior to the 2006-07 season...served as a student assistant coach her final year...played in 51 games, starting four...named to Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team in 2004.

SENIOR YEAR (2006-07) -- Announced her retirement from basketball due to knee injuries prior to the start of the season...served as a student assistant coach for final year at Washington.

JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06) --Came off the bench in 11 games...scored season-high three points in two minutes at Baylor (12/2/05), matching a career-high with one three-pointer...equaled that with three points vs. Arizona (1/26/06).

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004-05) -- Came off the bench in nine games...played a season-high eight minutes vs. Oregon State (2/10)...was 2-for-2 from the free-throw line in UW's Pac-10 Tournament first round game with Oregon State.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2003-04) -- Came off the bench in 27 games...started four...named to Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention team...career-high nine points vs. Oklahoma State...equaled that high with nine points at Stanford...also versus Oklahoma State had two steals, four field goals made and eight field goals attempted...went 4-for-8 from the field versus Denver...dished out career-high four assists at Colorado...equaled that with four assists at Iowa State...had eight points and three boards vs. Cal...grabbed career-high four rebounds vs. Arizona (2/28)...attempted career-high five free-throws vs. Pepperdine in WNIT first round.

REDSHIRT YEAR (2002-03) -- Suffered torn ACL in her right knee during preseason practice and had reconstructive surgery Nov. 22...had torn the same ACL during her junior year in high school.

AT HOLY NAMES ACADEMY
Earned All-Metro first team honors in 2001 and 2002...led Holy Names Academy to two straight Class 3A state appearances...helped team to two consecutive Metro league championships...as a junior did not play due to a torn ACL...as a sophomore helped team to a sixth place finish at the Class 3A state tournament...guided team to Metro league championship and third place in regional play... competed in the Little Oregon City tournament and was named to the all-tournament team...invited to NIKE's Best in the West tournament...earned first team all-star at the Superstar Basketball camp...as a freshman led Holy Names to a tenth place finish at the state tournament...helped team to Metro league championship...competed on the Seattle Magic Basketball Team...AAU coach was Lee Adams...an accomplished track and field athlete...finished second in the high jump, at 5-4, at the 2002 state championships...won the event in 1999 and 2000...three-time Sea-King District and Metro high jump champion...American Legion Scholar-Athlete awardwinner...Washington Athletic Club 101 Club Scholar-Athlete honoree...Arco Athlete of the Month in Student Sport Magazine...KJR Sports Radio Athlete of the Week...National Achievement Commended Student...named a Washington Scholar for graduating among top 10 percent of seniors in the state...National Honor Society member and president of the Black Student Union.

PERSONAL
Angie Jones...daughter of Gerald and Margy Jones...has one older brother, Jerry, and one older sister, Jia...father works as an assistant fire marshall for Pierce County and mother is a supervisor in electrical services...uncle Gregory Jones attended the University of Washington...had a 3.6 grade point average in high school...majoring in psychology.

CAREER HIGHS
Points - 9, twice, last at Stanford, Jan. 29, 2004
Rebounds - 4, vs. Arizona, Feb. 28, 2004
Assists - 4, twice, last at Iowa State, Dec. 21, 2003
Steals - 2, three times
FG Made - 4, four times
FG Attempted - 8, twice, last vs. Denver, Dec. 16, 2003
3-Pt. FG Made - 1, nine times, last at Baylor, Dec. 2, 2005
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 2, eight times
FT Made - 2, five times, last vs. Oregon State, March 4, 2005
FT Attempted - 5, vs. Pepperdine, March 19, 2004

ANGIE JONES' YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

YearG/SFG-FGAPCT3FG-3FGAPCTFT-FTAPCTREBAVGPF-DA- TOTPAVGBK- STMIN
2002-03Redshirt Year
2003-0431/432-92.3488-32.2509-14.643421.461-029-31812.63-13445
2004-059/02-7.2860-2.0003-4.75020.23-00-270.80-127
2005-0611/02-6.3331-11.0003-7.42920.20-02-380.80-030
TOTALS 51/436-105.3429-35.25715-25.600460.964-031-36961.93-14502
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