Lauren Greif
Lauren Greif

Player Profile

Portland, Ore.

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Cal at Arizona State

Women's Basketball


Cal vs. Stanford (Feb. 4, 2007)

Cal vs. Stanford (Feb. 4, 2007)

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Cal Career: As a SENIOR in 2009-10, named to the Pac-10 All-Academic First Team, her second time earning this honor...served her third season as a co-captain for the Golden Bears...ended her career in third place for made three-pointers (137) and games played (136) and ninth in career three-point shooting percentage (.337) in Cal record books...logged four assists and four rebounds in the season-opener against Idaho State...went 3-for-6 from three point range against San Jose State, scoring a season high 10 points...started 109 consecutive games dating back to the first game of her freshman year before coming off the bench against Boston College...scored 7 points in 15 minutes in the Pac-10 Tournament game against Stanford...matched her season-high of 10 points in the opening round WNIT game against UC Davis...averaged 21.8 minutes per game during the tournament.

As a JUNIOR in 2008-09: Pac-10 All-Academic first team...logged the first double-double of her career with 15 points and 11 rebounds against South Florida Nov. 27 at the Paradise Jam tournament in the Virgin Islands...named to the Paradise Jam all-tournament team...set a new career high with 18 points against Oklahoma, going 5-7 from three-point range in that game...had second double-digit rebound game of season, pulling in 11 boards in Pac-10 opener at Arizona, tying her career high...played a full 40 minutes at Arizona State...scored 10 points at Oregon State, her third double-digit game of the season....had back-to-back double-digit scoring games with 11 points at Stanford and 11 against Oregon...dished a career-high six assists against Oregon State...scored 13 points in the Bears loss to UCLA...had a team-high 9 rebounds in the Arizona State loss...scored 11 points in the NCAA first round game against Fresno State...scored 10 points in the second round game against Virginia, the second time this season she posted back-to-back double digit scoring efforts... had a career-high 9 assists in the NCAA Tournament game against Virginia.

As a SOPHOMORE in 2007-08: Named second-team Pac-10 All-Academic and to Sports Illustrated's NCAA Tournament All-Brainiac team...earned Cal's Academic Achievement Award...tri-captain with Ashley Walker and Krista Foster...started all 34 games and averaged 29.8 mpg (20th Pac-10)...posted 5.9 points, 4.2 rebounds and 1.9 assists per game...registered five double-figure scoring games, including a season-high 17 points in the home win over Washington State...recorded 16 points in the victory at TCU...contributed a team-high 14 points in the win over New Mexico...tallied 12 points at Washington and 10 in the home triumph over Kansas...matched her career high of 10 rebounds to pace Cal at No. 3 Rutgers...corralled a team-high nine boards vs. Kansas and at Oregon...led Cal in rebounding four times...grabbed eight boards vs. No. 7 Stanford in Berkeley...hauled in seven boards in the NCAA Tournament second-round contest against George Washington...second on the team in three-point percentage (35.7%, 7th Pac-10) and second in three-pointers made (35)...hit a career-high four three-pointers at Washington and vs. Washington State...had eight games with a least two treys...third on the team with 38 steals...swiped a season-high four steals vs. Loyola Marymount and at No. 3 Rutgers...dished off a career-high seven assists at Cal career history, ranks ninth in three-point percentage (35.0) and 10th in both three-pointers made (83) and three-pointers attempted (235)...averaged 18.0 ppg to rank fifth in the 2007 San Francisco Pro Am summer league.

As a FRESHMAN in 2006-07: Named Pac-10 All-Freshman honorable of two Cal players to start all 32 games...fourth on the team in scoring (8.2 ppg) and third in rebounding (5.4 rpg, 17th Pac-10)...led Cal in three-point percentage (35.0%, 7th Pac-10), three-pointers made (1.50 pg, 6th Pac-10) and total steals (50 total, 1.6 spg)...her 48 three-pointers and 137 attempts rank fifth in Cal's season record book...ranked fifth in the Pac-10 in minutes (36.25 mpg) and sixth in minutes in conference games (37.22 mpg)...recorded career highs of 21 points, five assists and five steals in Cal's come-from-behind home win over UCLA...also swiped a career-high five steals vs. Saint Mary's...scored a then-career-high 19 points to lead Cal to a 65-56 victory over Oregon in Berkeley...posted 10 double-digit scoring games and two double-digit rebounding efforts...contributed 15 points, six rebounds and three assists in Cal's 72-57 upset win at No. 8 Stanford...registered nine points, one rebound and two steals vs. Notre Dame in the first round of NCAAs...twice paced Cal in scoring and three-times topped the team in rebounding...grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds at Kansas and led the Bears in the next game at UCLA with 10 boards...second on the team with 81 assists (2.5 apg) of six Bears who shot over 70 percent from the foul line (71.8%)...finalist for the Oregon Prep Athlete of the Year Award that was announced Feb. 11, 2007...played in the 2006 San Francisco Pro Am summer league.

High School: Graduated from Lincoln High School as the all-time leading scorer in school history with 1,961 points in 98 games...averaged 20.0 points, 9.1 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 4.7 steals per game during her four-year a senior, averaged a career best of 22.9 ppg to lead the state of Oregon and 9.5 rpg and added 3.9 apg and 4.3 spg...shot 46 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the charity stripe as a senior...three-time Street & Smith honorable mention All-America recipient...McDonald's All-American nominee...2005 and 2006 League Player of the Year...four-time first-team all-league choice and a first-team all-state pick in 2005 and 2006...among the top five scorers in the state her freshman through junior seasons...helped Lincoln win the league title in 2005 and a co-championship in 2004...her high school retired her #15 jersey, making Greif the first player to ever have a jersey retired in the school's 100-plus year history...named to the End of the Trail all-tournament team in 2005 while competing for her club team, Calswish...played three years of varsity soccer, becoming a three-time first-team all-league honoree and a three-time all-state selection...three-year member of the varsity golf team, finishing 27th in the state in 2006.

Personal: Lauren Terranova Greif was born Sept. 16, 1987, in Portland, Ore....her parents are Greg Terranova and Elaine Greif...her brother, Michael, graduated from USC in 2006...interests include golf, music and photography...psychology major.

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