Leilani Estavan

Leilani Estavan

Player Profile

RS Senior

Los Angeles, Calif.

High School:
Palisades Charter




Junior (2002-03):
Leilani Estavan started all 30 games and has a current streak of 70 consecutive appearances in the starting line-up...earned first team All-Pacific-10 Conference honors...led the Beavers in scoring with 360 points (12.0 ppg.) and assists with 143 dishes (4.8 apg.)...enters 2003-04 season in second place on the OSU all-time assist chart (456) - just 92 dishes away from the school record...ranks second on the OSU all-time chart for free throw percentage with a .781 (172-for-220) clip from the line...tallied four or more assists in 22 games...reached double figures in scoring in a team-high 20 outings...led the team in assists in 23 games and scoring in eight contests...averaged 17 points and seven assists over a five-game span in the middle of Pac-10 play...had 13 points, five rebounds and five steals against Tulane (11/29)...scored 18 points and dished out six assists in 40 minutes against Portland State (12/7)...had eight assists and 12 points at No. 10 Texas Tech (12/17)...blocked a career-high two shots, scored 12 points and had four steals against USC (12/27)...dished out a season-high nine assists, scored 12 points and pulled down a season-best six rebounds against California (1/11)...buried 6-of-9 field goals for 15 points and tallied seven assists against Oregon (1/18)...buried 9-of-18 field goals, including four 3-pointers, for a career-high 24 points at Washington (1/25)...just missed a double-double with 20 points, nine assists, six steals and only one turnover in 43 minutes against No. 24 Arizona (1/30)...led all players with 17 points at Oregon (2/15)...led all players with 21 points on 9-of-14 shooting and dished out five assists at UCLA (2/27)...had 17 points and five assists against UNLV (3/21) in the WNIT...hit 8-of-16 field goals for 19 points and dished out six assists at Fresno State (3/24)...has made eight consecutive free throws.

Sophomore (2001-02): Leilani was the only returning player to have started all 32 games in 2001-02...has a current streak of 40 consecutive starts...earned honorable mention All-Pacific-10 Conference honors...led the Pac-10 in assist-turnover ratio (2.32) for the second consecutive year...led the Beavers and ranked second in the conference with 174 assists (5.44 apg.)...her 174 dishes rank in third place on the OSU single season charts, while her 313 career assists are ninth best all-time...her .776 (97-for-125) free throw percentage ranks second in the OSU career record book...led the Beavers in minutes played (35.2 mpg.)...was OSU's third-leading scorer with 284 points (8.9 ppg.)...ranked second on the team and fourth in the Pac-10 with 68 steals (2.12 spg.)...ranked second on the squad with a .756 (62-for-82) free throw percentage...reached double figures in scoring during 13 games...dished out four or more assists in 24 games...averaged 6.7 assists over the first 15 contests of the season...buried 6-of-7 field goals, including 4-of-4 from beyond the 3-point line for 18 points and dished out five assists at Vanderbilt (11/11) in the preseason WNIT...had six steals, seven assists and six rebounds against Portland State (11/21)...finished with a career-best 22 points on 9-of-15 shooting and tallied seven assists as OSU won at New Mexico (12/2)...dished out a career-high 11 assists against Portland (12/6)...was a perfect 9-for-9 from the free throw line and finished with 17 points and eight assists against Arizona State (1/4)...knocked down six free throws in the final minute as OSU beat Oregon (1/19) in Eugene for the first time in nine years...also had 15 points and three steals against the Ducks...reached double figures in scoring in five straight games from 1/26 through 2/9...tallied seven assists and 15 points at Arizona (1/31)...hit a half-court shot at the end of regulation in Seattle to send the Washington (2/21) game into overtime...finished with 13 points and three steals as OSU beat the Huskies...pulled down 82 rebounds (2.6 rpg.) on the year.

Redshirt Freshman (2000-01): Leilani played in all 29 games, making nine starts...named to the honorable mention All-Pac-10 Freshman team...led the squad in assists with 139 for an average of 4.8 per game...ranked first in the Pacific-10 Conference with a 2.4 assist-turnover ratio...139 assists ranked ninth at the time in the OSU single-season record book...tallied a then career-high nine assists in two contests, first against Washington State (2/17) and then against Arizona (3/3)...led the team in free throw percentage (.814) hitting 35-of-43 attempts...free throw percentage (.814) ranks fourth in the OSU single-season record book...was a perfect 6-for-6 from the line against UCLA (1/25) and pulled down a career-high seven rebounds...after entering the starting lineup against Washington (2/15) averaged 7.1 assists per game...scored a then career-high 10 points against USC (1/27)...tallied 125 points and pulled down 64 rebounds...averaged 24.4 minutes per game.

Freshman (1999-2000): Leilani spent the 1999-2000 season as a redshirt while recovering from reconstructive surgery on her left knee...in the final month of the season she was able to participate in most drills.

Leilani completed an impressive career as a four-year starter and letterwinner at Palisades High School...was a preseason honorable mention All-American heading into her senior year...following her senior season, was named first team all-CIF, first team all-city, the MVP in the city of Los Angeles and senior Player of the Year in California...won the Cheryl Miller Award as the best girls player in the state...best game as a senior was 32-point outburst against Washington High School...averaged 15 points as a senior...averaged 8 assists per game as a freshman and sophomore and 10 a game as a junior and senior...averaged 4.5 rebounds a game as a senior...shot over 80-percent during her career from the free throw line...posted a triple-double game of 26 points, a school record 16 assists and 11 rebounds as a senior.

PERSONAL Daughter of Edward and Annie Estavan...father is a supervisor and driver for UPS...family includes two brothers and two sisters, Edward, 22; Brandon, 14; Seilala, 13; and Jordayn, 4...enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Athletic Administration...enjoys shopping, dancing, hanging out with family and singing...selected OSU because, "coaching staff and players."

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