Kelsey Adrian
Kelsey Adrian

Player Profile

Langley, British Columbia

High School:
National Elite Development Academy





Cal Advances Past Fresno State

Cal Advances Past Fresno State


Golden Bears March to Second Round

Golden Bears March to Second Round


No. 12 Cal Beats No. 23 Vanderbilt, 67-59

No. 12 Cal Beats No. 23 Vanderbilt, 67-59


No. 13 Baylor 69, No. 12 Cal 56

No. 13 Baylor 69, No. 12 Cal 56


Cal 65, UC Riverside 49

Ashley Walker scores 1000th career point.

As a sophomore in 2008-09: Made the first start of her collegiate career in the season opener, Nov. 11 against Albany, ... started the first ten games of the season until Devanei Hampton returned to the starting lineup...averaged 5.7 points and 3.5 rebounds per game as a starter...played a career-high 39 minutes in the Nov. 21 upset of Rutgers...came up on basket shy of tying her career high when she scored 12 points in the opening game of the Paradise Jam tournament against South Florida...set a new career high with 15 points against San Jose State...averaged 5.7 points and 3.5 rebounds per game as a starter...went 2-for-3 from three-point range against Washington State Feb. 8, scoring eight points in the game., her largest point contribution coming off the bench this season...missed the USC and UCLA games after suffering a mild concussion against Oregon State...played 21 minutes in her first game back, March 5, against Oregon State...Pac-10 All-Academic team honorable mention. As a freshman in 2007-08: Named honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman after averaging 4.7 ppg and 2.5 rpg...began the year as one of Cal's first post substitutions and then transitioned into an active reserve role on the wing...saw action in all 34 contests and played at least 25 minutes in eight games...averaged 19.4 mpg and racked up at least 30 minutes four times, including a season-high 31 minutes at TCU...against the Horned Frogs, posted four points, eight rebounds and three assists...scored in double figures in five games, including a career-high 14 points to go with eight rebounds in the win over Loyola Marymount...fourth on the team in three-point percentage (31.5%) and three-pointers made (29)...sank a season high of two three-pointers eight times...corralled career highs of nine rebounds (team high) and two steals to go with a team-high 13 points in the win at Princeton...recorded 13 points in the season-opening win at Fresno State, 12 points vs. Washington State and 11 at UC Riverside...posted at least seven points 14 times...notched seven points and two rebounds in Cal's first-round NCAA Tournament victory over San Diego...dished off a career-high five assist in the home win over Arizona...had six points and six rebounds in the victory at USC...hauled in six boards in the home game vs. No. 7 Stanford...tied for team-high scoring honors with six points in the Pac-10 Tournament final against Stanford...member of Cal's 24th-ranked 2007 recruiting class, according to All Star Girls Report.

High School: Spent her senior year as one of 12 student-athletes in Canada's inaugural National Elite Development Academy (NEDA) in Ontario, where she trained for half the day and went to school for the other Brookswood Secondary High School, was named a three-time Athlete of the Year and garnered Provincial and Fraser Valley MVP honors...led her school to three Provincial titles and to a Nike Tournament of Champions crown...selected a first-team All-Star in 2004 and to the second team in 2005...also participated in volleyball, soccer and cross country.

International: A member of Canada's senior national team since she was 16...also a member of Canada's junior national team...played for Canada's senior national team during the summer of 2008...during the summer of 2007, started for Canada in the Pan American Championship in Brazil and in a competition in China before leaving early to start school at Cal...Canada placed fourth at Pan Ams...helped Canada to a 10th-place finish at the 2006 FIBA World Championships as the youngest player (age 17) at the tournament...saw action in all eight games at the World Championships...started in all three games of the Copa Electrobas Tournament prior to the World Championships...made her Canadian Senior National team debut at the Jack Donohue International Classic...member of the Cadet National team that participated in the Youth Festival in Colorado in 2005.

Personal: Kelsey Alexa Adrian was born Oct. 5, 1989, in Langley, B.C., Canada...parents are Ivan and Brenda Adrian...has an older sister, Melissa...started playing basketball when she was five...enjoys reading, watching movies and swimming...Vancouver Canucks fan...undeclared major.

Year	G-Gs	Min	Fg-a	Pct	3p-a	Pct	Ft-a	Pct	Off	Def	Reb	Avg	Pf-D	Ast	To	Blk	St	Tp	Avg
07-08	34-0	660-19.4	57-154	.370	29-92	.315	16-34	.471	35	50	85	2.5	45-0	29	48	2	8	159	4.7
08-09	32-10 	602	37-142 	.261 	21-85 	.247 	8-19 	.421 	27 	38 	65 	2.0 	37-1 	15 	30 	2 	3 	103 	3.2
Totals	66-10 	1262/19.1 	94-296 	.318 	50-177 	.282 	24-53 	.453 	62 	88 	150 	2.3 	82-1 	44 	78 	4 	11 	262 	4.0

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