WBB continues three-game homestand Tuesday
WBB tops Presbyterian, 77-50
WBB opens season at home Friday
WBB beats CSULA in exhibition
W. Hoops debuts Friday at home
Women's basketball beat CSULA 72-50
2015-16 Mountain West All-Academic Team
2014-15 Mountain West All-Academic Team
As A Junior (2016-17 Season)
Played in 29 games, starting nine contests ... Averaged 4.2 points and 2.0 boards in 15.4 minutes per game ... Started five straight conference games between Feb. 15 and Feb. 28 ... Logged 20-or-more minutes in seven games, recording a season-best 30 minutes in the season opener at UC Riverside (11-11-16) ... In a win against UC Santa Barbara (12-11-16), scored a season-high 10 points ... Grabbed five boards, including three offensive rebounds, against Air Force (1-25-17) ... Also had three offensive boards in a win versus Fresno State (2-4-17) ... Dished out two of her nine assists on the year against San José State (2-8-17).
As A Sophomore (2015-16 Season)
Won second varsity letter after appearing in all 31 games ... Made 22 starts, including 18 straight to end the season ... Averaged 4.9 points and 3.2 rebounds in 20.9 minutes of action ... Posted five double-digit scoring performances and led the team in rebounding on four occasions ... Ranked second on the squad with 53 offensive rebounds (1.7/gm) ... Tallied a season-high 14 points in SDSU's home opener against UC Riverside (11-16-15) ... Finished with 11 points, highlighted by five key free throws in a narrow 67-65 win at CSUN (12-7-15) ... Scored 13 points on a collegiate-best six field goals to help lift the Aztecs to an 84-77 triumph at Wyoming (12-30-15) ... Registered her highest rebounding total of the year with nine boards at San José State, including six on the offensive end (1-6-16) ... Went 5-for-5 from the field en route to a 12-point effort at Utah State (1-23-16) ... Dished out a season-high three assists at Fresno State (1-20-16) ... Combined for 19 points on 10-for-15 shooting (.667) in back-to-back home victories over San José State (2-20-16) and Wyoming (2-24-16) ... Received MW all-academic and SDSU scholar-athlete recognition for the second year in a row.
As A Freshman (2014-15 Season)
Earned first varsity letter on The Mesa ... Joined McKynzie Fort as the only two Aztec freshmen to play in all 31 games ... Averaged 3.6 points and 2.8 rebounds in 14.2 minutes of action ... Made eight starts, including her first collegiate appearance in SDSU's wild season-opening victory over Sacramento State when she notched a double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds to go with a personal-best five assists (11-14-14) ... Connected on her lone three-point basket of the year at No. 2 South Carolina (11-23-14) ... Twice led the Scarlet and Black in scoring, turning in a 13-point performance on 6-of-9 shooting against Michigan in the San Juan Shootout (11-29-14), followed by an 11-point effort in the annual crosstown battle with San Diego (12-3-14) ... Buried all four free-throw attempts in SDSU's win over Air Force (1-21-15) ... Also contributed to the Aztecs' triumph over Nevada at home, finishing with nine points, five rebounds, two assists and one steal in 23 minutes (2-4-15) ... Tallied three points, three rebounds and one assist against New Mexico in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West tournament (3-10-15) ... Landed a spot on the MW all-academic team and garnered SDSU scholar-athlete distinction.
At Canyon Springs High School
Won four varsity letters under head coach Gail Hale at Canyon Springs High School in Moreno Valley, Calif. ... Led the Cougars to the CIF Division I state championship as a senior, averaging 21.4 points, 5.9 rebounds and 3.7 assists per contest ... Scored a game-high 24 points vs. Pleasant Grove High in the finals ... Collected numerous postseason awards, garnering player-of-the-year accolades by the Riverside Press-Enterprise, as well as first-team all-CIF Division I recognition ... Captured Inland Empire League MVP honors while receiving first-team all-conference distinction for the fourth straight season ... Was named CIF Division IA co-player of the year as a junior after guiding Canyon Springs High to the Southern Section title and a berth in the regional semfinals of the state tournament ... Earned all-state recognition by MaxPreps on two occasions ... Landed on her school's honor roll all four years ... Received a three-star scouts grade of 90 by ESPN HoopGurlz and was ranked 24th in the nation at the wing position by the website.
Cheyenne Greenhouse was born in San Diego, Calif. ... Daughter of Tonie Kosoglu and Mark and Michelle Greenhouse ... Father is an SDSU alumnus ... Has two brothers, Landon and Mason... Lists Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry as her favorite athlete ... Enjoys hiking, swimming, traveling and writing in her spare time ...Majoring in biology at San Diego State with plans to pursue a career in medicine, specializing in gastroenterology.