Kerstin Brosterhous

Kerstin Brosterhous

Player Profile


Medford, Ore.

High School:
North Medford




Freshman (2003-04):
Kerstin Brosterhous played in 25 games on the season...competed as Kerstin Mellbye...finished with 14 points and 13 rebounds...saw five minutes of action against Utah Valley State (11/21)...scored the first points of her career when she buried a free throw and knocked down a field goal for three points in four minutes against Texas A&M Corpus Christi (11/23)... also pulled down two rebounds against the Islanders...buried 2-of-3 field goals for a career-high four points at Portland State (12/3)...had one steal in seven minutes against SMS (12/6)...played five minutes at No. 9 Stanford (12/27)...buried a pair of free throws, pulled down one rebound and had a steal in nine minutes at California (12/29)...pulled down two rebounds and dished out first career assist at Washington State (1/15)...played five minutes at UCLA (1/31)...had a blocked shot against Oregon (2/7)...grabbed a career-high six rebounds, dished out two assists and had two points in 10 minutes at Arizona (2/19)...pulled down a rebound against California (2/26)...had two rebounds and one point against Gonzaga (3/19)...had two assists against Washington State (3/5) in the Pac-10 Tournament...had one steal at Nebraska (3/22) in the WNIT...hit one free throw in three minutes at Creighton (3/24) in the WNIT.

Kerstin was a four-year letterwinner while playing forward for head coach Tim Karrick at North Medford High School in Medford, OR...served as team captain for two seasons...earned first team All-Southern Oregon Conference honors as a senior in 2003...was an honorable mention All-State selection as a senior...a two-time team Most Valuable Player honoree...garnered second team All-Conference accolades as a junior...named North Medford's Best Offensive Player in 2002...earned three letters as a cheerleader...was a member of the track and field team for three seasons...competed in the high jump.

PERSONAL Born in Salem, OR...daughter of Sue and B.G. Brosterhous...mother is a teacher and father is self-employed...has two brothers, Tate and Wade and one sister, Ericka who played four seasons of basketball at Oregon State before graduating in 2002...her father played basketball professionally in France for 21 years and her sister played professionally in France in 2002-03...boasted a 3.8 GPA in high school...named Kiwanis Student of the Month...named Rotary Student of the Month...was a member of the Torch Honor Society and Buddy Program...enjoys waterskiing...lists Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete...biggest athletic thrill to date was shooting and hitting her first and only 3-point field goal attempt in her high school basketball career...chose Oregon State because, "I have always wanted to attend OSU and it's in the family blood!"

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