JUNIOR YEAR (1999-00) -
Received the Husky “Big Dawg' Award at the postseason awards banquet, for all-around outstanding play through the season...played in 22 games and started 20 after joining the team for the Seattle Times Classic (12/18-19)...had foot surgery to clean bone spurs in early October and missed the first eight games of the season...scored a career-high 17 points against Oregon State (2/17), hitting 5-of-8 from the field and 6-of-7 from the line...also had nine rebounds in the game...had recorded her previous career-best a week earlier when she scored 14 points and had seven rebounds at Arizona (2/10) …had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds at UCLA (1/7)...career-high 13 rebounds in final game of the season versus UCLA (3/12)...finished the season with a team-high rebounding average of 6.8 boards per game...third-leading scorer on the team with 8.3 points per game...double figure scoring in eight games and double figure rebounding in four game...averaged 23 minutes per game.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (1998-99) - Played in 26 games and started two, against Liberty and Kansas in the Seattle Times Classic ... missed the first two games of the season with a stress fracture ... averaged 3.5 rebounds per game and pulled down 92 for the year ... had a season-high nine boards in first round action of the WNIT versus Portland ... also had nine points in that game, on 4-of-8 from the field, along with two assists and three steals in 29 minutes of play ... averaged 17 minutes a game ... in Pac-10 opener versus Washington State, shot 80 (4-5) from the field with five rebounds ... was a perfect 4-for-4 with eight boards at USC ... hit 4-of-6 at ASU ... scored six points in the Huskies' upset at Stanford ... at home against Stanford, had a then-career-best 11 points and season-high seven boards ... tied her previous best rebounding mark of six by halftime ... 4-of-6 from the field and 6-of-12 from the line for a career-high 14 points, along with three rebounds and three steals in UW's upset of No. 12 UCLA ... seven blocks on the year, including two against ASU ... co-winner, along with Jill Pimley, of team Most Improved Award.
FRESHMAN YEAR (1997-98) - Played in 25 games and averages 11 minutes ... scored five points versus Stanford (Feb. 19), including her first career three pointer ... missed three games (Gonzaga, LMU, NC St.) after having a screw removed from her foot (from a broken foot in high school) ... versatile guard/forward ... six points and eight rebounds against Kansas, the second game of the season, Nov. 29 ... finished the regular season with a then-career-high seven points versus Washington St. (March 7) ... topped that in the NCAA first round game at Purdue when she played 28 minutes and scored 10 points ... hit 3-of-6 from the field and 3-of-6 from the free throw line ... added seven rebounds, her highest total since she pulled down eight against Kansas.
at Tumwater High School
Four-year letterwinner for coaches Dave Littleton (1994, '95) and Dale Reeves (1996, '97) ... four-year First Team All-Black Hills Conference selection ... as a senior, helped direct her team to a 26-2 record, the league and district titles and a fifth place finish in the state ... averaged 20.6 points, 11 rebounds, two blocks and two steals per game ... totalled 577 points, 282 rebounds, 42 blocks and 64 steals for the season ... had a shooting percentage of .594 ... Tacoma News Tribune Player of the Year ... earned first team all-league and all-state honors ... named team MVP all four years ... also named to all-academic team ... became her school's career scoring leader as a junior with 1,089 points in three years ... as a junior, helped lead her team to a 20-4 record and a third place finish in the district ... averaged 14.7 points, 10 rebounds and two blocked shots per game ... as a sophomore, was named conference MVP after leading her team to a 19-3 record and third place in district ... averaged 18.6 points and 10 rebounds ... broke school records for points (34) and rebounds in a game (23) ... also broke school records for points in a season with 428, and field goal percentage at 59 percent ... earned first team conference honors as a freshman ... broke the school record for blocked shots with 58 in her first season ... also had a single-game record with seven blocked shots averaged 14 points, eight rebounds and three blocked shots per game ... team finished with a record of 18-2 and third place in district ... lettered in track her junior and senior years ... in her final year, she was a part of the 4x100 relay that finished third and the 4x200 relay that finished fourth at state ... the 4x200 team also won the district title.
LeAnn Christine Sheets ... born July 5, 1978 in Olympia, Wash. ... mother Sherry, owns and operates a vending machine business, and father, Ron, is a general contractor ... has an older brother, David and a younger sister, Kayce ... father played basketball and golf in college and was an NAIA All-American ... enjoys skiing.
Favorite hot spot: My house with Sarah, Megan, Jill and Heather
Favorite inspirational quote: "Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own" Matthew 6:34
I would like to take a trip to: Jamaica
My superstitions include: Wearing my hair in a pony tail the first half and putting it up in a bun the second half
Favorite musician/group: Jars of Clay
If I could tell my incoming teamates one thing, it would be: To be ready for anything
Before I came to Washington, I had never heard of: 3-minute drills
I hated it when my parents made me: Take my little sister with me when I wanted to hang out with my friends
My most memorable moment from last season was: Beating Stanford at home
The funniest thing I've ever seen a teamate do: Melissa locking her keys in her car when the car was still running
I can't imagine life without: Raisin Bran
Points- 17 vs. Oregon State, Feb. 17, 2000
Rebounds- 13 vs. UCLA, March 12, 2000
Assists- 5 vs. Kansas, Nov. 29, 1997
Steals- 5, four times
FG Made- 6, vs Arizona State Jan, 13, 2000
FG Attempted- 14 at UCLA, Jan. 7, 2000
FG Pct. (min. 3 made)- 50.0 (3-6) at Purdue, March 14, 1998
3-Pt. FG Made- 1, two times
3 Pt. FG Attempted- 3 vs. Washington St., March 7, 1998
3-Pt. FG Pct.- 33.3 (1-3) vs. Washington St., March 7, 1998
FT Made- 6 vs. UCLA, Feb. 27,1999
FT Attempted- 12 vs. UCLA, Feb. 27, 1999
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