WBB stays undefeated vs. Cal State Fullerton
WBB tops CSUN, 58-55
WBB opens season at home Friday
W. Hoops debuts Friday at home
69 named Academic All-MW
San Diego State women's basketball battled Mountain West foe San Jose State to the final second but ultimately fell in a heartbreaking 81-80 overtime loss to the Spartans Wednesday night. McKynzie Fort, who notched her second-career double-double, became the 21st member of the program's 1,000-point club during the game.
As A Junior (2016-17 Season)
Upon becoming eligible following a transfer from Washington after the Fall 2015 semester, played in all 21 games and made 10 starts ... Averaged 25.9 minutes, the second most on the team ... Led the team with 6.1 rebounds per game, grabbing 39 offensive boards and 90 defensive boards, ranking second in each category ... Posted 8.4 points per game and drilled 20 3-pointers, the Aztecs' fourth-most ... Dished out 23 assists on the year and multiple helpers seven times ... Scored a career-high 22 points in her home debut against Nevada (1-4-17), one of seven double-digit scoring performances ... Knocked down a trio of threes against the Wolf Pack and versus UNLV (1-18-17) ... Brought down 12 rebounds, the most for an Aztec during the season, twice: at Colorado State (1-28-17) and at San José State (1-11-17) ... Snatched four steals, a season high for any Aztec, and played a career-high 36 minutes (matched minutes at Colorado State) versus Air Force (1-25-17).
At Washington (2013-15)
Appeared in 29 games as a reserve over a one and-a-half-year span for the Huskies, averaging 2.5 points and 1.5 rebounds in 13.2 minutes ... Saw action against SDSU in a non-conference game during the 2015-16 campaign, posting one rebound and one assist in eight minutes (11-23-15) ... Tallied a collegiate-best 10 points vs. Seattle University as a freshman (12-4-14) ... Logged a career-long 26 minutes at Colorado (2-15-15) ... Grabbed a season-high five rebounds against California at the Pac-12 championships (3-6-15) ... Ended the year with a brief appearance in UW's first-round loss to Miami (Fla.) in the NCAA tournament (3-20-15) ... Originally signed with Fresno State out of high school, but was granted her release after Bulldogs changed coaches ... Was also recruited by Oregon State, Stanford, Rice, Harvard, UNLV and UC Santa Barbara.
At Mater Dei High School
Was a highly successful player for prep powerhouse Mater Dei High in Santa Ana, Calif., earning two varsity letters under the tutelage of head coach Kevin Kiernan ... Helped the Monarchs win two CIF championships, one state title and one national championship ... As a sophomore, her Mater Dei team posted a 34-3 record and captured the CIF Southern Section Division IAA crown, where she scored 14 points in the title game.
Born in Minneapolis, Minn. ... Parents are Robert and Heather Lark ... Lists Carmelo Anthony as her favorite athlete ... Enjoys shopping, reading, going to the beach and spending time with family ... Majoring in communication at SDSU.