Melissa Sweat
Melissa  Sweat


Bakersfield, Calif.

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SDSU Women's Hoops-New Mexico Postgame Quotes

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SDSU vs. New Mexico (AP - 3/10/12)

SDSU vs. New Mexico (AP - 3/10/12)


MWC Tournament, San Diego State vs. New Mexico - Photography by Ernie Anderson

Women basketball vs. New Mexico


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Annual Clinic at Viejas Arena

A left-handed combo-guard, who is a solid all-around player and has a great offensive skill set ... Is able to get steals and score on a fastbreak ... Has the talent to become a factor in the Mountain West in her second season on campus.

As a Freshman (2010-11):
One of six SDSU players to log minutes in all 29 outings ... Started three contests ... Shot 45.5 percent from the field and was one of five Aztecs with 10 or more triples ... Tabbed the MWC Preseason Freshman of the Year ... First Aztec freshman to start an opener since 2008 ... Had five points and four rebounds in her debut vs. UCLA ... Perfect 2-for-2 from beyond the arc and scored eight points in all with two steals vs. CS Bakersfield ... Came off the bench against UC Irvine, posting seven points, four rebounds and a pair of helpers ... Made all three of her shots for seven points at Nevada ... Perfect from the field again at USD (2-for-2) ... Notched five points and had two steals at Pepperdine ... One shy of her season high with seven points at USC ... Reached double-figures in scoring for the first time in her career with 11 points on 4-for-6 shooting in the rout of UTSA .... Also came away with four rebounds and three steals vs. the Roadrunners .... Season-high three assists to go with three rebounds vs. Texas A&M ... Scored four points vs. New Mexico ... Made both of her shots and also had an assist vs. BYU ... Starter at Utah, chipping in five points and matching her season high with four rebounds in playing a season-high 30 minutes ... Recorded eight points and had three rebounds and two assists in the win over UNLV ... Had seven points and three steals in 18 minutes at New Mexico ... Two assists vs. both Air Force and BYU ... Posted seven points in the regular-season finale at Colorado State ... Came off the bench in the Mountain West Conference tournament, scoring two points and adding a rebound, her first career block and a steal in 12 minutes.

At Stockdale High School:
Graduated from Stockdale High School in Bakersfield, Calif., but spent the first part of her senior campaign attending Liberty High School in Madera, Calif. ... Helped Stockdale to four-straight CIF section title game appearaneces, including as a senior when the team finished with a 28-5 overall record under coaches Glenn Hager and Charles Stewart ... An all-state pick and a two-time Bakersfield Californian Girls Basketball Player of the Year ... Led the Mustangs to the 2009 CIF Central Section Division I title by scoring 24 points and pulling down 12 rebounds in the win over top-seeded Clovis West High School ... As a sophomore, led the city with 17.1 points per game and also chipped in seven rebounds and nearly four steals an outing.

Played for the highly-competitive, Los Angeles-based club basketball team, Cal Storm Team Taurasi, under coach George Quintero.

Melissa Sarah Sweat was born Oct. 30, 1991, in Anchorage, Alaska ... Daughter of Michael Johnson and Angela Robinson ... Has five brothers and a sister ... Father, Michael, was a basketball All-American at Alaska-Anchorage in the late 1980s, helping the Seawolves to the NCAA Division II national championship game in 1987-88, and an upset of No. 2 Michigan at the Utah Classic in 1988 ... Has yet to decide on a major.

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