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  Markisha Coleman
Markisha Coleman

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
East Palo Alto, Calif.

High School:
Eastside College Prep HS

Height:
5-5

Position:
G

Experience:
3V

Major:
Sociology

At Stanford: Complete Year-by-Year Statistics

2006-07: Game-by-Game Stats ... Appeared in 26 games ... 5-16 from the field ... 6-12 from the charity stripe ... recorded two steals in a win over Arizona on Dec. 28 ... knocked down a three-pointer in a win over California on Jan. 6, her fourth career basket in eight attempts against the Golden Bears ... played a season-high 11 minutes in a win against Washington State on Feb. 8 ... in a win at Oregon State on Feb. 15, scored three points in a 3-4 performance from the free throw line ... in nine minutes off the bench during a win over UCLA on Feb. 22, scored two points and came up with one steal ... nailed a three-pointer against Idaho State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Mar. 17.

2005-06: Game-by-Game Stats Saw the court in 26 games as a backup at point guard ... averaged just under one point per contest and 0.6 assists per game in 5.3 minutes on the court ... scored four points, on perfect 4-for-4 shooting from the free throw line at Pacific ... played a career-high 17 minutes at Oregon State ... tied her career-high with five points against Washington as the Cardinal scored in triple digits for the second time in the season ... played in both NCAA Tournament games in Denver, grabbing one rebound against Southeast Missouri State and scoring two points against Florida State ... finished the season with nine steals.

2004-05: Game-by-Game Stats Appeared in 25 games and averaged 5.6 minutes of playing time per contest ... played in double digit minutes five times ... played a career-high 16 minutes and dished out four assists against Pacific ... scored a career-high five points against California in 10 minutes on the floor ... also hit the first three-pointer of her collegiate career against the Golden Bears ... pulled down three rebounds three times, the last time against Cal in the Pac-10 Tournament Quarterfinal ... scored two points in the NCAA Tournament with a pair of free throws against Santa Clara ... hit her first NCAA Tournament field goal against Utah ... averaged 4.5 minutes per game in the first weekend of the tournament.

2003-04: Game-by-Game Stats Saw action in 15 games off the bench ... recorded scores in three appearances, including two points and one steal against Arizona ... tallied a career-high two rebounds against Oregon.

High School: Named to the All-State Division 5 Team and the San Mateo All-County Team during her senior season ... Named the Christian Private School Athletic League's Most Valuable Player and earned First-Team league honors during her freshman, junior and senior seasons ... 2002 Urban Holiday Shoot-Out All-Tournament Team ... Was named Player of the Week by the Palo Alto Daily, Palo Alto Weekly and San Jose Mercury News numerous times ... Holds school records for most points per game, most steals per game and most assists per game ... Captained the varsity squad during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... 2000 San Jose High School All-Tournament Team ... Averaged 17 points, six rebounds, three assists and four steals per game during her prep career ... Four-time letterwinner in basketball ... Competed in the AAU Shoot for the Stars Summer Tournament four consecutive years.

Personal: Born in East Palo Alto, Calif. ... Daughter of Mark Coleman and Sarah Dunn.

Career Highs
Pts: 5, 2x, last vs. Washington (2/23/06)
Rebs: 3, 4x, last vs. USC (3/5/06)
Assists: 4, 2x, last at Pacific (12/1/05)
FG: 2, 3x, last vs. California (1/13/05)
3-Pts.: 1, 6x, last vs. Idaho State (3/17/07)
FT: 4, at Pacific (12/1/05)
Steals: 2, 2x, last vs. Arizona (12/28/06)
Blocks: 1, 3x, last vs. USC (12/30/05)
Mins: 17, at Oregon State (1/5/06)

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