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#34 Jazmine Redmon
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Spokane, WA
High School: Mead
Experience: 3 Letters
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HIGH SCHOOL: A four-year starter for Mead high...was a three-time Greater Spokane League (GSL) first-team honoree and the 2009 and 2010 GSL Most Valuable Player...also named first team All-State and first-team All-Regional as a senior...as a junior, she averaged 17.8 points, 6.0 assists and 5.0 steals per game in leading Mead to a 16-4 mark in the GSL and a 19-6 overall...garnered All-State Tournament first team honors as a freshman, along with GSL second team honors and second team All-State...closed out her career at Mead scoring 1,574 points...was the MVP of the Oregon vs. Washington All-Star game...was part of the Blazers AAU team that won the 2006 AAU National Championship...was also a three-year member of the soccer team and a four-year varsity member of the track team...as a member of the soccer team, she was named second team All-GSL sophomore season, first team All-GSL her junior and senior seasons and was the GSL Most Valuable Defender and first team All-State as a senior...named first team All-GSL for track her sophomore, junior and senior years...named GSL Sprinter of the Year as a senior.

Jazmine Redmon's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2010-11): Game-by-game statistics...saw action in 35 of Gonzaga's 36 games, playing a key role off the bench...averaged 13.1 minutes of action per game...scored 2.5 points, grabbed 2.3 rebounds and dished out 1.4 assists per contest...scored a career-high eight points, which were also her first collegiate points, at USC, Nov. 12...registered a career-high seven rebounds, and added two points and one assist against the University of Portland, Feb. 4...handed out a career-high five rebounds and made a career-high four steals, along with scoring six points, against Saint Mary's College, Feb. 24.

SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Game-by-game statistics...was seventh in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.27...was second on the team in assists per game (3.2) and fourth in steals per game (1.4)...scored 159 points (4.7 ppg), grabbed 70 rebounds (2.1 rpg)...saw action in all 34 games for the Bulldogs, getting the starting nod six times...got her first state of her career in Bulldogs' opening win over Hofstra, Nov. 11; dished out three assists, made two steals, scored four points and had four rebounds...came off the bench against No. 5 Stanford University to play 30 minutes and tie a then-career-high in points with eight...passed out a then-career-high six assists in GU's 99-69 win over Portland State University, Nov. 27...broke double-figure points for the first time versus Loyola Marymount University, Jan. 26; tallied a career-high 11 in 26 minutes of play...made a career-high five steals in GU's five point win at Saint Mary's College, Jan. 29...dished out a career-high seven assists in Gonzaga's win over Santa Clara University, Feb. 16...tied her career-high in assists with seven against BYU, Feb.25...scored eight points, grabbed three rebounds, dished out three assists and made three steals in GU's NCAA Tournament First Round victory over Rutgers, March 17...had six points, three assists and one steal in GU's NCAA Tournament Second Round win over Miami, March 19.

JUNIOR (2012-13): Game-by-game statistics...named West Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year…was named to the Hardwood Tournament of Hope All-Tournament team…played and started in all 33 games for the Bulldogs, averaging 26.2 minutes per contest…led the team in assists per game at 3.8 and assist-to-turnover ratio at 1.9…was second on the team in steals per game at 1.9...also averaged 6.1 points and 3.1 rebounds per game…scored in double-figure points seven times…had 22 3-plus assist games and 12 3-plus steal games…scored a career-high 16 points in GU’s win over Missouri State University, Nov. 20…was a perfect 4-of-4 from behind the 3-ppoint arc versus Missouri State…passed out a career-high 11 assists – eight in the first half – in win against the University of Idaho, Dec. 20…had 10 points, six assists, four steals and four rebounds in win at BYU, Feb. 23…the win over BYU clinched GU’s ninth-straight West Coast Conference regular season title…had a career-high five steals twice; in win over Idaho and at Pepperdine University, Jan. 24…grabbed a career-high seven rebounds against Santa Clara University, Jan. 5…also scored eight points, passed out six assists and made two steals.

Misc.: 3.33 high school GPA...parents are Shaney and Fred Redmon...her mother Shaney was member of the track and field team at Washington State University.

Career Highs
Points: 16, vs. Missouri State (11/20/12)
Field Goals Made: 5, on four occasions
3-Point Field Goals Made: 4, vs. Missouri State (11/20/12)
Free Thows Made: 4, on two occasions
Rebounds: 7, on two occasions
Assists: 11, vs. Idaho (12/20/12)
Steals: 5, on three occasions
Blocks: 2, vs. Eastern Washington (12/9/11)
Minutes: 36, at BYU (2/23/13)

 

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