Kate Eveland
Kate  Eveland


Southlake, Texas

High School:
Southlake Carroll HS




2004-05, 2005-06 MWC All-Academic & Scholar-Athlete

Has appeared in 83 career games the most of any Aztec on the current roster ... Played in all of the team's contests since coming to SDSU in 2004-05 ... Saw action at the No. 2 spot most of last season, serving as the team's main threat from beyond the arc ... Solid at the free-throw line and on defense ... Ranks seventh in Aztec history in career three-pointers attempted (206) and ninth in triples made (62) ... Has at least one three-pointer in 20 of the last 25 games ... Mountain West Conference all-academic team member and scholar-athlete three straight years ... Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society ... Traveled to Ireland this past summer to complete an internship toward her degree in international business.

As A Junior (2006-07): Played in all 28 games, starting on three occasions ... Career-best season scoring average of 6.6 points per game ... Her 41 three-pointers were most on the team and nearly double her previous two-year career total ...Career-high eight double-figure scoring games ... Season-best five assists in the victory against UC Davis ... Four-straight games with 10 or more points from Nov. 22-Dec. 7, helping the team to a 3-1 record during that span ... Was 4-for-5 from beyond the arc against Wichita State ... Made the game-winning shot versus Cal Poly in overtime ... Season-high five steals vs. Brown ... Career-best 18 points in the win over CSU, going 3-for-3 from beyond the arc and adding a 5-for-6 effort at the line ... Led the team in points for the second straight outing with 15, including three triples, versus BYU ... Matched career best with four three-pointers on six attempts against UNLV, finishing with 14 points ... Career-high two blocks vs. Wyoming ... Four steals at the MWC tournament against the Cowgirls.

As A Sophomore (2005-06): One of five Aztecs to play in every game ... all 12 starts came against conference opponents ... team game-high in assists seven times ... a reserve in the first 10 games, before taking over starting duties at point guard with the injury to freshman Tamika Lipford ... fourth on the team in three-pointers made and first in percentage ... made over 42 percent of her attempts from beyond the arc in conference contests ... one of two Aztecs with more assists than turnovers ... third in assists with 54 and tied for fourth in steals with 25 ... 41 of her 54 assists came in conference action (team best in league contests) ... 30 minutes or more in eight straight games to end the season ... came off the bench in the opener at Wichita State, tallying five points, two assists and four steals in 22 minutes... top season performance versus UC Davis, scoring a season-best 13 points, with nine coming on a career-best three triples ... also had a season-best six rebounds and five assists (no turnovers) in 33 minutes ... first start of the year at Colorado State, logging a career high seven assists ... season-high in minutes at TCU and BYU (37 min.).

As A Freshman (2004-05): Played in all 28 games, starting 20 times at the point ... Aztecs' leader in assists with 59 and second in steals with 52 ... Sixth in the MWC in both steals per game (1.86) and free-throw percentage (.750) ... In league contests, ranked fourth in steals (1.93/g) and fifth in free-throw percentage (.795) ... Led SDSU in assists in nine games ... Had three assists in her collegiate debut at USD ... Scored 17 points in her first home game against Cal State Stanislaus ... Sealed the Aztecs' win over Northern Colorado, making all four of her free throws in the final 36 seconds ... Tallied a career-high seven rebounds against Cal State Fullerton ... Career-high five steals against Air Force and Colorado State ... Six assists in 18 minutes versus UVSC.

High School: Lettered four years in basketball at Southlake Carroll High School ... district co-offensive MVP as a senior, leading Carroll to the regional semifinals and a share of the district title ... garnered district offensive player-of-the-year honors ... all-state selection by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches in 2003 and set a school record with seven three-pointers in a game ... as a sophomore, was a first team all-area and all-region pick, helping the Lady Dragons to a top-16 finish in the state championships ... McDonald's All-America nominee ... adidas Top Ten All-American Camp in 2002 and 2003 ... played the AAU season with the Texas Stars (1998-2002) and Ichiban (2003) ... AAU regional all-tournament squad in 2002, helping the Stars to the team title ... also earned four letters in track, setting the school record in the 4x400 relay.

Personal: Marion Kate Eveland was born Sept. 16, 1985, in Birmingham, Ala. ... Daughter of Greg and Dawn Eveland ... Sister, Kristi, plays soccer at North Carolina ... Father, Greg, played football at Vanderbilt from 1975-78 ... majoring in international business.

Career Highs

18, vs. Colorado State (1-20-07)

7, vs. Cal State Fullerton (12-18-04)

7, at Colorado State (1-5-06)

5, two times

2, vs. Wyoming (2-18-07)

Field Goals
6, Cal State Stanislaus (11-20-04)

Field Goal Attempts
12, two times

3-Point Field Goals
4, three times

3-Point Field Goal Attempts
8, at UNLV (1-6-07)

Free Throws
6, at Southern Utah (11-24-06)

Free Throw Attempts
8, two times

Misc. Stats

Double-Figure Scoring Games

Eveland's Career Statistics


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