Four-year letterwinner and member of back-to-back NCAA Tournament teams as a junior and senior...three-point shooting specialist nicknamed "Machine-Gun" by her teammates...finished her career ranked eighth on UW's all-time list for three-point field goal shooting percentage (.356)...also ranks 10th on UW career lists for three-pointers made (95) and three-pointers attempted (265)...averaged 4.6 points and 1.2 rebounds...tallied 18 double-figure scoring games in her career...originally came to Washington on a track scholarship and walked on to the basketball team after earning her spot through an open tryout...was a dual sport athlete her freshman season but chose to focus on basketball the rest of her career...selected to participate in Nike's "So You Want To Be A Coach" program in April, 2007.
SENIOR YEAR (2006-07) -- Played in all 31 games...came off the bench in 29 games and started two - at Oregon (Dec. 21) and at Oregon State (Dec. 23)...Huskies were 2-0 when she was in the starting lineup...averaged career-high 6.2 points and 1.3 rebounds...tied for team lead in three-pointers made (34) and led squad in three-pointers attempted (99)...second in three-point field goal percentage (.343)...reached double-figures in scoring seven times...selected as a participant for "Nike's So You Want To Be A Coach" program...drained at least two three-pointers on nine occasions...scored season-high 15 points in upset over No. 23 Florida State (Dec. 17) on 6-of-12 shooting including three 3-pointers...scored 12 points in Basketball Travelers Husky Classic championship win over Northern Iowa (Nov. 26)...one of three players to reach double-figures in scoring in five-point loss to then-No. 6 Ohio State with 11 points (Dec. 3)...scored 11 points and grabbed four rebounds in win over No. 15 Texas A&M (Dec. 6)...scored 10 points on 4-of-9 shooting vs. Gonzaga (Dec. 15)...dished a career-high three assists and scored six points vs. UCLA (Dec. 31)...drained three 3-pointers at Arizona (Jan. 4), scoring nine points and grabbing three rebounds...was team's second-leading scorer vs. Cal (Jan. 13) with nine points, also added career-high five rebounds...matched career-high with three assists vs. Washington State (Jan. 20); also had nine points and two blocks...tallied eight points, three rebounds and two assists vs. Arizona (Feb. 3)...had 12 points at Washington State (Feb. 17)...matched season-high with 1 steal and tallied two blocks vs. Oregon State (Feb. 22)...UW's second-leading scorer (12 points) in Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal game versus USC (March 3); matched career-high with four 3-pointers (4-of-6) and dished two assists.
JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06) -- Came off the bench in 26 games...saw increased playing time after Kayla Burt's retirement in mid-January...averaged 3.7 points and 1.1 rebounds...shot 36.7 percent from three-point range (22-for 60)...notched three double-figure scoring games...set season-high scoring numbers in three consecutive games at Oregon State (8 pts, 1/19/06), at Oregon (11 pts, 1/21/06) and finishing with a career-high 16 vs. Arizona (1/26/06)... went a combined 5-for-8 from three-point range at OSU (1/19/06) and Oregon (1/21/06), including 3 treys made at Oregon...matched or set career-highs in six categories vs. Arizona (1/26/06)...her 16 points vs. Arizona came in 20 minutes off the bench, shooting 6-of-13 from the field and 4-of-6 from long range; also had two assists and two steals...scored six points vs. Minnesota in NCAA First Round, 2-of-4 from the field and 2-of-2 from the line...scored 12 points vs. WSU (2/5/06), shooting 4-for-8 from long range...scored five points vs. USC (1/14/06), shooting 2-for-2 from the field including one three-pointer...scored four points and had three rebounds vs. Utah (11/23/05)...had three points and two assists in five minutes at Baylor (12/2/05).
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004-05) -- Played in 27 games, starting two...made first career start in the season opener vs. South Carolina (11/14)...also started at Utah (12/4)...named to Seattle Times Classic All-Tournament Team...31 of her 49 field goals made were from behind the arc...posted a season-high 14 points twice vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee (11/26) and Arizona (12/27) ... sank a career-high four three-pointers vs. UW-Milwaukee...scored in double-figures six times coming off the bench...shot 4-for-6 from the field at Oregon (1/13)...produced a season-high four rebounds four times, including in UW's Pac-10 Tournament first round win over Oregon State (3/4)...tallied a career-best two steals vs. Alabama (11/27).
FRESHMAN YEAR (2003-04) -- Walkon who joined the team just prior to the start of the season...originally came to Washington on a track scholarship...shared Most Improved Player honors with Jill Bell and Maggie O'Hara...appeared in 20 games off the bench...made Husky debut at Arizona State, scoring seven points in nine minutes on the floor...had season-high 11 points vs. WSU...also set season-high with five FG made...reached double figures in scoring twice...was 3-for-3 from the line vs. Oregon (1/15)...career-high four rebounds at Oregon State (2/12)...equaled career-high in assists (two) and and had one steal in Pac-10 semifinal game vs. Arizona...in track, competed outdoors in the 100-meters, 200-meters and both sprint relays...ran in three events at the Pac-10 Championships...placed 18th in the prelim heat of the 200m, before leading the team's 4x100m and 4x400m relay squads to sixth-and eighth-place finishes, respectively...clocked a wind-aided season-best 100m time of 12.29 seconds at the Pepsi Invite...fastest 200m time was a 25.06 at the Ken Shannon Invite.
AT JAMES LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL
2003 graduate of James Logan High School in Union City, Calif....three-time all-league selection in basketball and led her high school team to a pair of league championships during her junior and senior seasons...two-year team captain...two-time MVP at the West Coast Jamboree in Pittsburg, Calif., in 2000 and 2001...played for AAU coach Erin Cross...also a sprints star in high school...four-year varsity runner...recorded personal bests of 11.8 in the 100-meters, 24.0 in the 200-meters, and 54.1 in the 400-meters...four-time all-league selection and was a North Coast Section (NCS) champion 12 times in four seasons...a two-time state competitor, helped lead team to a second-place state finish in 2002...member of the nation's 10th-ranked prep 4x400-meter relay team in 2003.
Cheri Renee Craddock...parents are Jacquelyn and Kevin Craddock...brother, Kevin, is a standout hurdler at UCLA...cousin Nate Robinson played basketball at Washington and is a current member of the New York Knicks...uncle Jacque Robinson played Husky football (1981-84)...majoring in entertainment law.
Points - 16, vs. Arizona, Jan. 26, 2006
Rebounds - 5, vs. California, Jan. 13, 2007
Assists - 3, twice, last vs. Washington State, Jan. 20, 2007
Steals - 2, twice, last vs. Arizona, Jan. 26, 2006
FG Made - 6, twice, last vs. Florida State, Dec. 17, 2006
FG Attempted - 13, vs. Arizona, Jan. 26, 2006
3-Pt. FG Made - 4, four times, last vs. USC, March 3, 2007
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 11, vs. Arizona, Dec. 27, 2004
FT Made - 3, twice, last vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 6, 2006
FT Attempted - 3, twice, last vs. Texas A&M, Dec. 6, 2006
Craddock news and features:
Craddock settles into increased role with UW women - Seattle Times (Jan. 28, 2006)
Craddock has stepped up nicely - Everett Herald (Jan. 25, 2006)
CHERRI CRADDOCK'S YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS
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