JUNIOR YEAR (2001-02) –
Played in all 31 games with five starts ... averaged 20 minutes per game and was usually first off the bench ... hit 6-of-9 from the field, including 3-of-3 three pointers, for 16 points along with nine rebounds in season-opener at Montana State ... scored 16 points again versus Oregon State, during a string of three straight double figure outings ... reached double figure scoring in 12 games ... shot 43 percent from three point range ... 14 points, five rebounds at California ... started games mid-season at OSU, versus UCLA and USC and at ASU and Arizona.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2000-2001) –
Played in all 32 games ... saw significant time in all four of Huskies’ NCAA Tournament games, averaging 7.3 points and 4.3 rebounds per game ... hit 4-of-7 for eight points against Old Dominion … scored 14 points on 6-of-8 from the field with seven rebounds in Elite Eight game versus SW Missouri … started first 14 games of the year ... posted a career-high 27 points versus No. 1 Connecticut, including19 points in the first half ... 20 points and nine rebounds at Oklahoma State ... hit her first nine shots of the game at Oklahoma State ... 16 points and 12 rebounds for fourth career double-double vs. USC ... tied career-high 13 rebounds against Oregon ... 10 points, five rebounds vs. Arizona ... fourth-leading rebounder on the team at 4.8 per game.
FRESHMAN YEAR (1999-2000) –
Played in 21 games and started nine … leading rebounder on team through early part of the season and also ranked among the Pac-10 leaders … at one point was averaging 7.3 boards per game to stand fifth in the conference … finished the year averaging 6.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game … scoring average was fourth on the team and rebounding was second … shot a team-leading 47 percent (56-119) from the field … had a season-high 16 points early in the year at Nebraska when she hit 73 percent from the field (8-of-11) … had a double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds in the second game of the year, against Southern Mississippi … reached double figures in rebounding in seven games and had three double-doubles … suffered a severe ankle sprain against Oklahoma State (12/19) … missed three games and then returned to starting lineup at USC … started three more games after that and averaged 15 minutes per game but continued to be hampered by the ankle that had sustained a deep bone bruise … subsequently was declared out for the final five games of the year.
at Meadowdale High School
Named Seattle Post Intelligencer and Everett Herald 1999 Player of the Year ... Associated Press state 3A Player of the Year ... named to The Seattle Times 1999 All-Star Team ... four-year varsity starter ... led team to a record of 100-10 and four appearances in the state tournament during her career ... also led team to four WesCo championships and three district titles .... finished career with 1,414 points, 810 rebounds, 213 steals and 170 blocks ... career field goal percentage of 50.9 and free throw percentage of 70.2 ... led team to a 25-2 record and runner-up finish at the state championship as a senior ... named co-Most Valuable Player of the state tournament ... 1998 Seattle Times All-Star team member ... Wendy’s High School Heisman Award Nominee ... led team in scoring and rebounding all four years ... two-time Snohomish County Officials Player of the Year ... honorable mention all-state selection as a junior after averaging 19.7 points and 10.1 rebounds per game ... holds the school record for rebounds in a game, pulling down 19 as a freshman ... Meadowdale HS Female Athlete of the Year ... 3A vs. 4A All-Star Game co-MVP ... MVP of 1998 San Diego Surf and Slam Tournament ... earned United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award ... Edmonds School District Scholar-Athlete awardwinner and Principal’s Senior Leadership honoree ... two-year team captain ... holds 18 school basketball records.
Kellie Nicole Dalan ... born July 5, 1981 in Seattle, Wash. ... daughter of Tina and Richard O’Neill ... married Garrett Dalan Aug. 16, 2002 ... father is a Seattle police sargeant ... has two younger brothers, Richard and Roger and a younger sister, Kristen, who is a sophomore on the UW basketball team ... grandfather, Keith Chapman, graduated from Washington in 1951 ... member of National Honor Society ... enjoys playing volleyball and softball, singing and writing poetry ... majoring in English.
Q & A
The most influential person in my life is: The Lord
Last summer I: got married to my soulmate
The thing in life I am most thankful for is: the support and love of my family
My greatest off-court talent is: being able to sing
Since going to college I: learned that I have been given such a gift to play at the UW and I should cherish every moment because it goes so fast!
I’d like an autograph from: Faith Hill
The advice I would give my new teammates is: work hard, have fun, and remember to always turn off your cell phone!
If I had a million dollars I would: buy my dad his dream car
When I was little my sports hero was: Sheryl Swoopes. . . yeah, I had the shoes!
When I was a kid, I never thought I would: want to go to bed before 11pm
My pregame ritual is: to straighten my hair and pray
The best advice I’ve heard is: you’ll remember your teammates in 10 years, not this practice – Megan Franza
The best thing about being a Husky is: the loyalty we all share for each other
My teammate most likely to: lose her shoes in her locker. . . Kristen
DALAN’S CAREER HIGHS
Points – 27 vs Connecticut, Nov. 24, 2000
Rebounds – 13, vs. Southern Mississippi, Nov. 21, 1999; vs. Oregon, Jan. 18, 2001
Assists – 4, two times
Steals – 4. vs USC, Jan.6, 2002
FG Made – 12 vs. Connecticut, Nov. 24, 2000
FG Attempted – 18 vs. Connecticut, Nov. 24, 2000
3-Pt. FG Made – 3, two times, vs. Montana St., Nov. 16, 2001, vs. Oregon St., Feb. 21, 2002
3-Pt. FG Attempted – 5, vs. Oregon St., Feb. 21, 2002
FT Made – 4, seven times
FT Attempted – 6, three times
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