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Dominique Banks
Dominique Banks

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Stockton, Calif.

High School:
St. Mary's

Height:
5-8

Position:
Guard

Experience:
3V

AT WASHINGTON
Three-year letterwinner...has started 50 of her 79 games played...tallied 16 double-figure scoring efforts..2004 Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honorable mention selection...her career-high 19 point scoring performance was established as a freshman.

JUNIOR YEAR (2006-07) -- Played in 20 games, starting eight of the last nine contests...missed first 11 games of the season after undergoing surgery to repair stress fractures in both legs in September...averaged 4.4 points and 2.6 rebounds...reached double-figures in scoring twice - both efforts coming in back-to-back games versus USC (1/28/07) and Arizona State (2/1/07)...led team in rebounding three times...made season debut in Pac-10 opener at Oregon (12/21/06), tallying seven points, one rebound and one steal in 12 minutes on the floor; all seven points came during a 9-0 UW run that overcame a 6-point deficit to the Ducks over the final five minutes of the first half...scored season-high 12 points at USC - including two three-pointers - (1/28/07), also grabbed team-high 4 rebounds...recorded three rebounds, two points and two assists vs. USC (12/29/06)...set season-high and matched career-high with eight rebounds at Arizona (1/4/07); also had six points and one assist in 13 minutes vs. the Wildcats...tallied five points and five rebounds vs. No. 10 Stanford (1/11/07)...dished two assists vs. Cal (1/13/07)...Scored seven points vs. Washington State (1/20/07); also had seven rebounds - one off career high...tallied 10 points and three rebounds in 14 minutes vs. ASU (2/1/07)...grabbed team-high six rebounds and tallied season-high two steals at Washington State (2/17/07)...dished season-high three assists vs. Oregon (2/24/07); also notched season-high 5-of-6 clip from the FT line...scored eight points on 3-of-6 shooting from the field versus Iowa State in NCAA Tournament First Round contest (3/17/07)...was 1-for-1 from long range, 1-for-1 from the line and tallied two steals and an assist in game with the Cyclones.

SOPHOMORE YEAR (2005-06) -- Started 29 of 30 games...finished fifth on team in scoring (7.2 ppg) and fourth in rebounding (4.1 rpg)...tallied eight double-figure scoring games...leading rebounder in six games...had eight points and seven rebounds (four offensive) vs. Minnesota in NCAA First Round...scored season-high 16 points vs. UCLA (1/12/06)...scored 14 points on 4-of-9 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds vs. Oregon State (2/18/06); also had a career-high nine FT attempts...set career-high with four steals at UCLA (2/11/06)...matched that the very next game with four steals vs. Oregon (2/16/06)...scored 11 points, grabbed seven boards and dished three assists in double overtime win at USC (2/9/06)...scored 11 points vs. Washington State (2/5/06) and matched career-high in rebounding for fourth time of the season with eight boards - five offensive; also had two assists and two steals...matched career-high with eight rebounds at Oregon State (1/19/06)...tallied 11 points at Washington State (1/7/06), shooting 5-for-5 from the line...leading rebounder at Baylor (12/2/05), matching career-high with eight boards - also scored 11 points...led team with career-high five assists at Texas A&M (12/4/05); also tied Cameo Hicks for team-high with five rebounds...had 10 points, four rebounds and team-high three assists vs. Eastern Washington (12/12/05)...grabbed career-high eight rebounds vs. Utah (11/23/05)...shared team lead with 13 points at Alabama while adding six rebounds, three assists and two steals...matched career-high with two three-pointers at Alabama.

FRESHMAN YEAR (2004-05) -- Named to Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable mention team...played in 29 games, starting the final 13... ranked sixth on the team in scoring (7.3) ppg and third in free-throw shooting percentage (.746)...scored 12 points in 14 minutes in collegiate debut vs. South Carolina (11/14) ... scored in double-figures six times...recorded at least five rebounds eight times...made a career-best seven field goals vs. Colorado (12/21) on her way to a career-best 19 points ...also recorded six rebounds, four assists and two steals vs. the Buffaloes...notched back-to-back double-figure scoring games with 11 points vs. Arizona (12/27)...averaged 8.5 points and 4.5 rebounds in UW's two Pac-10 Tournament games...played a season-high 28 minutes vs. Oregon in the Pac-10 Tourney quarterfinal, scoring nine points and tallying five boards (3/5)...ripped a season-best three steals vs. Oregon State in the Pac-10 Tourney first round (3/4)...pulled in a season-high seven rebounds vs. Stanford (1/27), six were on the offensive end...at Washington State (1/22) scored 11 points, going 7-for-7 from the line...also grabbed six boards, five offensive...equaled season-high with four assists vs. Arizona (12/27).

AT ST. MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL
Named Cal-High Sports Ms. Basketball Player of the Year following senior campaign...tabbed Girls Athlete of the Year by The Record (Stockton)...led St. Mary's High School to two state championship crowns and one runner-up finish...helped team to three straight San Joaquin Athletic Association league titles...All-Area Player of the Year as a junior...All-Area First-Team selection as a sophomore...2000-01 Stockton Black Sports Hall of Fame Athlete of the Year...three-year letterwinner in basketball...team captain as a junior...during junior year led team to state championship title and third-straight league crown, while earning team's Sportsmanship Award...earned End of Oregon MVP honors and Sierra Shootout All-Tournament team honors playing with the Stockton Mystics club team...as a freshman was a member of both state and league championship teams...AAU team Modesto Magic coached by Rob Spencer.

PERSONAL
Dominique Banks...daughter of Janatta Taylor...mother is a postal worker...has a brother Brandon Dunlap.

CAREER HIGHS
Points - 19, vs. Colorado, Dec. 21, 2004
Rebounds - 8, five times, last at Arizona, Jan. 4, 2007
Assists - 5, at Texas A&M, Dec. 4, 2005
Steals - 4, twice, last vs. Oregon, Feb. 16, 2006
FG Made - 7, vs. Colorado, Dec. 21, 2004
FG Attempted - 13, vs. Colorado, Dec. 21, 2004
3-Pt. FG Made - 2, four times, last vs. Arizona State, Feb. 1, 2007
3-Pt. FG Attempted - 5, at Alabama, Nov. 18, 2005
FT Made - 7, at Washington State, Jan. 22, 2005
FT Attempted - 9, vs. Oregon State, Feb. 18, 2006

DOMINIQUE BANKS' YEAR-BY-YEAR STATISTICS

YearG/SFG-FGAPCT3FG-3FGAPCTFT-FTAPCTREBAVGPF-DA- TOTPAVGBK- STMIN
2004-0529/1377-200.3855-27.18553-71.746863.041-044-582127.32-29534
2005-0630/2980-201.3989-36.25046-81.5671234.153-042-772157.23-40565
2006-0720/830-75.4007-22.31820-29.690522.623-018-13874.40-13247
TOTALS 79/50187-476.39321-85.247119-181.6572613.3117-0104-1485146.55-821346
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