Kayla Sanders
Kayla  Sanders

Pflugerville, Tx.

High School:

Fresno State: (2008-09) Redshirted. Did not play due to an injury.

Pflugerville HS: Four varsity letterman (2004-08) at Pflugerville ... earned All-Academic honors in 2004,2006 and 2008 ... named to the All-District team 2005-08 ... named to the Texas Basketball Magazine All-State team in 2006-07 and 2007-08 ... MVP of the Panthers Girls Basketball Team Award ... earned Miss Offense (Panthers Girls Basketball Team award) ... named to the Austin American Statesman All-Central Texas Team in 2007-08 ... named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-State Team ... played in the TABC All-Star game and was named to the TABC All-Region team ... named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State Team ... played in the Dennis Johnson Memorial All-Star game ... was MVP of the Hays Rebel Classic ... averaged 13 points a game ... shot 75 percent from the free throw line and 33 percent from the 3-point line ... scored 1217 varsity points ... played on the AAU summer team, Team Xpress that is coached by Jerald and Clarissa Wrightsil.

Personal: Graduated from Pflugerville High School with a 3.8 GPA ... Born December 1, 1989 in Austin Texas ... parents are Ricky Sanders and Ronald and Cathy Booker ... has a younger sister Jasmyn ... plans to major in broadcasting or coaching ... father Ricky Sanders played 10 with the Washington Redskins ... mother Cathy is a RRISD Community Liaison while stepfather is a police sergeant for the city of Austin ... favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant because, "he is so talented and knows how to put a game on his back" ... favorite athletic moment was going to the state tournament as a freshman and leading her high school team to the regional finals as a senior ... named to the 2008 Homecoming Court ... 2008 Senior Class nominee for Most Athletic, Most Talented and Most Attractive ... attending Fresno State because "coach Wiggins and his staff really care about their players and know to mold players into winners. The players welcomed me like a part of their family. It just seemed like the best fit for me."

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