Coach Terry Says:
"Khristina is very skilled and can play any position 3-5. She has a very good face-up game, but can also punish people on the block. She is very fundamentally sound and has a great work ethic. I see her role expanding over the next two years."
As A Sophomore (2012-13)
Appeared in 31 games, making three starts ... Led the squad with a 52.2 field-goal percentage and ranked fourth with 23 steals ... Averaged 3.5 points and 3.6 rebounds in 14.7 minutes per game ... Tallied 10 points and a personal-best four steals vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (11-18-13) ... Shot 5-for-6 from the field en route to a career-high 12 points against Fresno Pacific (12-19-13) ... Totaled eight points and three blocks vs. SMU at the San Diego Surf `N Slam Classic (12-28-12) ... Made her first start as an Aztec a memorable one, completing a double-double with 11 points on 5-of-5 shooting to go along with a collegiate-best 14 rebounds vs. Savannah State (1-2-13) ... Also cracked the starting lineup in consecutive road games at Colorado State (1-13-13) and UNLV (1-16-13) ... Matched her career-high with three blocks in just 10 minutes of action at Nevada (2-23-13) ... Handed out two assists in three different games, including the Mountain West regular-season title clincher at Air Force (3-6-13) ... Just missed out on her second double-double of the season after posting eight points and nine rebounds vs. Nevada in the first round of the MW tournament (3-14-13) ... Finished the year with eight points, one block and one steal at Brigham Young in the second round of the WNIT (3-23-13).
As A Freshman (2011-12)
Played in 21 games, all off the bench ... Shot 55.9 percent from the field and 63.6 percent at the free-throw line ... Had 38 rebounds and eight blocked shots ... One of 11 different Aztecs to score in double-figures ... Led SDSU in assists and in steals in one outing apiece ... Solid collegiate debut, making two of her first three shots, while also contributing five rebounds and a steal in 12 minutes against UAPB ... One assist, one steal and one rebound at Hawai'i ... Career-high in minutes with 19 at UCLA, posted six points, five rebounds and a career-high two rejections ... Helped the Aztecs rally from a second-half deficit to defeat Cal Poly, shooting 5-of-7 from the field for a season-best 12 points to go with her four rebounds ... Combined for nine rebounds in two non-conference games vs. Penn and Longwood ... Was perfect on her only shots of the game vs. Longwood, UNCG and Boise State ... Four points at Boise State and one rebound ... Lone action at the Mountain West tournament was in the semifinals vs. Wyoming when she posted one basket, one assist and a steal in only five minutes of action ... Notched six points, four rebounds, one block and one steal in 16 minutes at LSU in the NCAA tournament.
At Berkeley High School
Transferred to Berkeley High in the spring before her senior year, playing under head coach Cheryl Draper ... Yellowjackets were 31-2 overall in 2010-11, finishing as state runner-up in Division I ... Was rated a three-star recruit by HoopGurlz and was ranked 60th at the forward position nationally ... As a junior at Rodriguez High in Fairfield, Calif., averaged 18.7 points per outing, highlighted by a school record of 33 points in a single game ... Picked up all-league accolades on two occasions and was named her school's student-athlete of the month ... Set a school record twice for most points in a game.
Competed for the California Ballaz club team for two years under head coach Leroy Hurt.
Khristina Jordan Hunter was born in San Francisco, Calif. ... Daughter of Sheila and Darryl Hunter ... Parents are both firefighters ... Majoring in psychology at SDSU.