LaShaunte Stephens
LaShaunte  Stephens

Fresno, Calif.

High School:
San Francisco

Last College:
San Francisco

Fresno State: (2008-09) Missed the season due to a knee injury in the fall. (2007-08) Played in 30 games, starting four ... averaged 7.3 points and 4 rebounds a game ... played 17.8 minutes a contest ... scored in double figures in eight games ... had a season high 20 points at Loyola Marymount on Dec. 5, 2007 ... had nine rebounds at San Jose State on Jan. 26, 2008 ... had two steals at New Mexico State on March 1, 2008 ... had four assists against Louisiana Tech on Jan. 3, 2008 ... played a season high 29 minutes at New Mexico State ... played 20 minutes or more in 11 games.

(2006-07) Redshirted due to NCAA transfer regulations.

San Francisco: (2005-06) Played in 25 games while making 14 starts ... ranked third on the squad in both scoring (8.2 ppg) and rebounding (4.8 rpg) ... scored in double-figures seven times ... made 44.6-percent from the field ... notched two double-doubles (16 points, 11 rebounds vs. Santa Clara on Jan. 26 and 13 points with 13 rebounds against Portland on Feb. 23.

(2004-05) Appeared in 21 games ... averaged 6.7 points and 2.6 rebounds per game ... scored 18 points on 8-15 shooting vs. Santa Clara on Mar. 3 ... scored in double-figures three times.

Sunnyside High School: Three-sport standout, also competing in volleyball and track and field ... two-time Gatorade High School Player of the Year ... North Yosemite League MVP honoree and Fresno Bee All-Star first team as a senior ... scored 52 points in a playoff game and tied a CIF record with 33 points in one half ... three-time North Yosemite all-league selection ... named Junior League of Fresno Female Athlete of the Year in 2004.

Personal: Born Nov. 18, 1985 in Fresno, Calif. ... parents are Marvin and Yvette Stephens ... favorite quote is "tough times don't last; tough people do" ... favorite movie is Love and Basketball ... favorite athlete is Michael Jordan ... came to Fresno State because of the family atmosphere with the coaching staff and the team.

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