Alex Furr
Alex  Furr

RS Senior

Athens, Texas

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`Dogs hold off Lady Rebels 66-60 in MW semifinals

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Taylor Thompson scores 14 points and grabs nine rebounds in loss.


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WNIT First Round: Fresno State vs. Santa Clara

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Fresno State vs. Colorado State (3/11/16)

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Fresno State vs. New Mexico

Fresno State vs. New Mexico (2/27/16)


Fresno State vs. Utah State - Senior Night

Fresno State vs. Utah State - Senior Night (3/4/16)


#DogsDownUnder - 2014 Australia

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Last updated on Jan. 11, 2016
Alex Furr
2015-16 (6th Year Senior): Has started all 15 games for the 'Dogs... scored a season-high 21 points at St. Mary's (Nov. 27) hitting a career-best six three-pointers and seven field goals... matched a career-best seven rebounds at Utah (Dec. 19)... dished out a season-best four assists twice vs. #24 George Washington and at New Mexico... sank a career-high 10 free throws in 10 attempts at New Mexico ...played a season-best 44 minutes in the 'Dogs double overtime win at New Mexico...made 28 straight free throws from Cal Poly (Dec. 5) until missing her first attempt against Boise State (Jan.9).

2014-15 (RS Senior): Started 31 of 33 games ... averaged 30.3 minutes per game ... averaged 7.8 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 steals per contest ... led the team from three-point range at 34.8 percent (54-of-155) ... posted 12 double-digit scoring performances, three times as many as she had heading into season ... scored a season-high 18 points in the first round WNIT matchup versus San Francisco on March 19 ... notched a career-high four steals at San Jose State on Feb. 4 ... converted 7-of-7 free throws at San Diego on Nov. 28 for a new career-best ... twice grabbed seven rebounds (Cal State Fullerton, Dec. 14; Colorado State, Jan. 31) which tied a personal high ... swiped a career-high five steals against Boise State on March 6 ... Set a new career best from the beyond the arc against UC Riverside on Dec. 4 with five 3's (5-of-7).

2013-14 (RS Junior): Played in 32 games, making 15 starts ... averaged 19.3 minutes per game ... averaged 5.1 points and 1.5 rebounds per contest ... totaled 23 assists and 17 steals ... scored in the double-figures five times, including one game in the 2014 Reese's Mountain West Basketball Championships ... lead the Bulldogs to a huge road win over New Mexico on Jan. 18 while recording a career-high 22 points ... pulled down a career-high seven rebounds against UNLV on Jan. 25 ... had a personal-best four assists against San Diego Christian on Dec. 5.

2012-13 (Junior): Redshirted the season while recovering from a knee injury.

2011-12 (Sophomore): Played in eight games ... averaged 2.6 points, .5 rebounds and 8.4 minutes per game ... recorded a total of 21 points, four rebounds, four steals and five assists ... sidelined by a season ending injury early in the season.

2010-11 (Freshman): Part of a WAC Championship team ... as a freshman she played in 26 of the 33 games ... led the team in free throw percentage with a 88.9 (24-for-27) ... averaged 8.3 minutes per game and 2.8 points per game ... had a season-high 12 points against University of Hawaii.

Athens High School: Named the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches Class 3A Player of the Year ... one of the leading scorers in the history of Texas basketball with 3,169 points ... all-state for three years from TABC and the Texas Women's Basketball Association ... three-time district MVP ... three-time Henderson County MVP ... three-time All-East Texas ... averaged 36 points per game a senior and 25.7 points in all four years of high school while starting every game during that time ... hit 146 3-pointers in one season, which ranks fifth all-time according to the National High School Hoops record book ... had a career-high of 11 3-pointers in one game ... also lettered in track, cross country and soccer.

Personal: Born in Athens, Texas ... parents are Guy and Tina Furr ... has one brother Preston ... hobbies and interests include skateboarding, dancing, working out, hanging out with friends, traveling and meeting new people ... favorite athlete is Bethany Hamilton, a surfer who lost her arm to a shark but continues to be a pro surfer ... biggest athletic thrill is scoring 54 points against John Tyler high school as a senior ... most admires her little brother because he is the family clown and always entertains ... attending Fresno State because, "I wanted to play in a big-time conference and I liked the coaches and players. I wanted to be in California" ... was recruited by Southern Miss, Delaware and UAB ... majoring in health science-community health.


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