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Jené Morris


San Francisco, Calif.

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Jené Morris


Aztec Jene Morris Picked 11th Overall In WNBA Draft

Senior guard Jene Morris selected in the first round of the WNBA Draft by the Indiana Fever


Women's Basketball vs. West Virginia (03/23/10)

Women's Basketball vs. West Virginia (03/23/10)

Career Honors

  • 2008-09 State Farm Coaches' Honorable Mention All-American
  • 2008-09 Mountain West Conference Defensive Player of the Year
  • 2008-09 All-Mountain West Conference First Team
  • 2008-09 Mountain West Conference All-Defensive Team
  • 2008, 2009 Mountain West Conference Championship All-Tournament Team
  • 2008 San Diego Surf 'N Slam Tournament MVP
  • 2008 Preseason All-Mountain West Conference
  • 2008 All-Mountain West Conference Second Team
  • Five Career Mountain West Conference Player-of-the-Week Awards
  • 2005-06 Honorable Mention Pac-10 All-Freshman Team

    A returning starter at guard, who shined in her first two competitive seasons with the Aztecs in 2008-09 and 2007-08 ... Honorable mention State Farm WBCA All-American ... MWC Defensive Player of the Year, first-team all-conference and all-defensive squad pick her junior campaign ... A second-team all-league choice as a sophomore ... Top defensive player, who can also score and help in the assist column and beyond the arc ... Extremely athletic and could be one of the fastest players on the roster ... Signed with San Diego State in mid-August 2006, before sitting out 2006-07 due to NCAA transfer guidelines ... A top recruit as a prep, who gained valuable experience in one season at Cal.

    As A Junior (2008-09):
    Third in the league and first on the team in scoring average with 16.1 points per outing ... Averaged 14.5 ppg. in league contests to rank fifth ... Eight games with 20+ points and three with 30 or more ... Led the squad in scoring 17 times, tallying double-figures in 24 games ... Has led the MWC for the second year in a row in steals in both overall (3.33/g) and conference-only (2.94/g) contests, ranking seventh in the nation ... Has three or more steals in 20 of her 30 games, including a league-high eight on two occasions ... She has 192 takeaways in her short two-year stay on The Mesa, including 100 as a junior ... Her 100 steals are the most by an Aztec in 15 years ... Third in SDSU history in career three-pointers with 95 and is fifth in attempts (275) ... Season debut against UConn, recording a team-best 17 points, five rebounds and three steals ... Team-high 14 points to go with three steals at USD ... Notched her second career game with more than 30 points against No. 25/22 Iowa State, shooting 12-for-24 from the floor for 34 points ... Also added five threes, four assists and three steals vs. the Cyclones ... Game-winning basket at the buzzer against UC Riverside, scoring a team-high 19 points on 5-for-6 shooting from three-point land ... Also had three steals and three assists vs. the Highlanders ... Earned MWC player-of-the-week honors after a stellar performance against LMU, recording a career-best eight steals, seven rebounds and two blocks, to go with a game-high 26 points and a season-best eight assists ... Four steals and 12 points vs. Sacramento State ... Tournament MVP after scoring a game-high 24 points and recording eight steals in the upset of No. 4 Texas ... Named MWC co-player of the week for the second time this year ... Game-high 16 points in the win over Air Force and 14 at Utah ... Had 12 points and five boards vs. BYU ... Team-best 17 points in loss at TCU ... Game-high 19 points, including three triples, vs. UNLV ... Five steals at Air Force ... Scored 10 of her 17 points in the second half of the win over New Mexico, also tallying three assists and three steals ... Leading scorer with 16 points at BYU ... MWC POW after her 21-point, seven-steal performance vs. TCU ... Third career 30-point scoring game, going 14-for-27 from the field for 31 points with five assists, five steals and two blocked shots at Colorado State ... Scored 14 points, including the game-winner in the regular season finale with UNLV ... Garnered MWC all-tourney honors after scored 20-plus points in both outings in Las Vegas ... Had a team-best 27 points and four steals in the win over UNLV ... Made 11 of her 15 free-throw against the Lady Rebels, both career highs ... Followed that up with 22 points in the title game vs. Utah ... Has scored 20 or more points in four of her five career MWC tournament contests ... Breakout offensive performance in the team's first NCAA trip in 12 seasons, scoring 35 points on 10-for-20 shooting in the team's upset over DePaul ... Was 12-for-14 at the line in the win over the Blue Demons ... Her 35 points were the most by a player in the first round of the NCAA tournament and most-ever by an Aztec in an NCAA game ... Had six steals against No. 2 Stanford in the NCAA second round, while also tallying 14 points ... Finished the year with 23 steals in five games vs. nationally-ranked teams.

    As A Sophomore (2007-08):
    Second team all-Mountain West Conference selection ... One of two Aztecs named to MWC championship all-tournament team ... Team MVP and co-best defensive player ... Played and started all 31 games ... Led the team in scoring with 14.1 points per game ... Also first for SDSU in three-pointers (46) and steals (92) ... Ranked first in the conference and 27th nationally in steals in overall (2.97/g) games ... Also No. 1 in steals for league-only outings (3.06) ... Her 92 steals ranks fourth in MWC season history, while her 49 steals in 16 conference contests tie for third and are the most-ever by a sophomore ... Fifth in the MWC in scoring in conference games (16.1 ppg.) with the highest average ever by an SDSU player (prev. 14.5 ppg. by Jamey Cox in 1999-2000) ... Only the second Aztec to finish in the top five in MWC scoring ... Fourth in free-throw percentage in MWC games (85.7 percent) ... Entered into the SDSU season record book in three categories including steals (7th), three-point percentage (7th) and three-pointers made (10th) ... Team-best 22 double-figures scoring games, including 13 in MWC action ... SDSU's high scorer in 14 games ... Led the squad in assists eight times and in rebounds four times ... Starter in the opener with Nevada, logging seven steals ... Career-best nine assists and seven steals vs. Southern Utah ... Four steals in just 18 minutes against USD ... Team-best six assists vs. No. 2 UConn ... Had 20 points and four 3-pointers vs. Quinnipiac ... Team game-high 17 points, six rebounds and went 9-for-9 from the line vs. UNM ... Scored 25 points on 10-for-18 shooting to go with a team-best five rebounds at Utah ... Matched a team game-high with 17 points in the win over BYU ... Career-high 35 points at UNLV, making seven consecutive three-point attempts, while also adding three steals and five boards ... Named MWC co-player of the week on Jan. 28 ... 35 points, 13 field goals and 7 three-pointers vs. UNLV was the most by a player in a league game in 2008 ... Seven threes in a single game are the second-most in Aztec game history and tie for fourth in conference history ... Fourth 20-point scoring outing at New Mexico, finishing with 22 to go with four steals ... 14 points at BYU and 19 vs. UNLV, tallying six assists against both opponents ... Had seven steals for the third time at CSU, while also adding 19 points and a team-best five boards ... Six steals in the first half of the final home game with AFA ... Team game-high 21 points, including 18 in the second half, in the win over Wyoming in the MWC quarterfinals ... Added team-best four steals to go with six rebounds and a 4-for-7 effort from three ... Second 20-point scoring outing in the MWC semis vs. TCU, notching 24 points ... Made a steal off an in-bound pass with 11 seconds remaining to secure the upset over the Lady Frogs ... Limited by foul trouble in the conference championship game against New Mexico, but still managed to score 10 points ... Averaged 18.3 points and 3.7 rebounds, while chipping in seven triples, seven steals and a 41.7 field-goal percentage in the three MWC tourney games.

    In 2006-07:
    Did not play her first year on campus, sitting out after transferring from Cal.

    At California (2005-06):
    Started 21 of 27 games, helping the Golden Bears to their first NCAA tournament appearance since 1993 and an 18-12 overall record ... Averaged 8.7 ppg. and 2.3 rpg. and led the squad in steals with 62 (2.30/g), including nine in one game ... Third in the Pac-10 in steals ... Also had 68 assists, 26 three-pointers and averaged over 31 minutes to earn honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman honors ... Scored in double-figures 12 times, with a career-high of 19 ... Did not play in the team's NCAA contest due to a concussion ... Invited to the 2006 U.S. under-20 national team trials in May.

    High School:
    Outstanding career at Urban High School in San Francisco ... Two-time first team all-state by Cal-Hi Sports and all-league honoree all four seasons ... San Francisco Chronicle Regional Player of the Year and second-team all-metro in 2004 and 2005 ... Averaged 23.2 points, 5.4 steals and 4.6 assists per game her senior campaign under coach Jackie Zink ... Led the Blues to a 31-2 record and a trip to the NorCal semifinals in 2003-04 ... As a junior, contributed 21.6 points, 9.3 assists, and 9.0 steals per game.

    Jené Nicole Morris was born July 21, 1987, in San Francisco... Daughter of Nikitia Hardwick ... Has a younger brother ... Majoring in communications.

    Morris' Aztec Career Statistics