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Malia O'Neal Bio
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Release: 11/01/2006
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2005-06: Played in 22 games, starting seven ... Averaged 1.3 points and 1.5 assists in 13.7 minutes per game ... Led the team in steals four times and in assists three times ... Missed the first seven games of the season while waiting for clearance from the NCAA ... Dished out a career-high seven assists vs. No. 10 Arizona State on Dec. 22 ... Nabbed a career-high six steals vs. Washington State on Dec. 29 ... Finished with three rebounds and two steals vs. Washington on Dec. 31 ... Tallied five points and three steals at Washington on Jan. 26 ... Finished with six assists, two points and two rebounds at Washington State on Jan. 28 ... Dished out four assists vs. USC on Feb. 2 ... Missed one game after suffering a concussion and breaking her nose in a collision during the UCLA game on Feb. 4 and was limited for the rest of the season due to a protective mask ... Pulled down a career-high four rebounds vs. Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinals on March 4.

 

High School: Four-year letterwinner at Garfield High School ... Three-time team captain and MVP ... Four-time all-conference selection (second team as a freshman, first team as a sophomore, junior and senior) ... Named first team all-city during her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Seattle Times first team all-state selection as a junior and senior, second-team pick as a sophomore ... Named Associated Press (AP) Washington Player of the Year as a senior ... Named to the USA Today Super 25 ... 2005 EA Sports All-American ... Student Sports second team All-America honoree ... Twice named the Washington state Player of the Year by Student Sports ... Two-time Gatorade Washington state Player of the Year ... Two-time state Player of the Year by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer ... Named Seattle Times Player of the Year as a senior ... Street & Smith honorable mention All-America selection as a sophomore and junior ... Tacoma News-Tribune All-State MVP in 2004 ... Averaged 18 points, 8.0 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 5.0 steals per game as a senior ... Team went 26-1, captured the state title and was ranked second nationally by Student Sports during her senior campaign ... Listed as the No. 15 recruit by All Game Sports and No. 49 by Blue Star Report ... Played for Seattle Yes club team ... Was an All Game Sports All-America Camp Upperclass All-Star ... Named to the End of the Trail All-Tournament Team in 2004.

 

Personal: Malia Lei O’Neal was born May 27, 1986, in Seattle ... Major is undecided ... Hopes to become a college coach someday.

 

Malia O’Neal’s Career Highs

Points: 5 at Washington (1/26/06)

Field Goals Made: 2, twice, last at Washington (1/26/06)

Field Goals Attempted: 5 at Washington State (1/28/06)

Three-Point Field Goals Made: 1 at UCLA (1/6/06)

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted: 1, six times, last vs. Stanford (3/4/06)  

Free Throws Made: 2 vs. Stanford (2/18/06)

Free Throws Attempted: 3 at Washington (1/26/06)

Rebounds: 4 vs. Stanford (3/4/06)

Assists: 7 vs. Arizona State (12/22/05)

Steals: 6 vs. Washington State (12/29/05)

Minutes: 25 vs. Washington State (12/29/05)

 

Malia O’Neal’s Career Stats

Year

GP-GS

Min/Avg

FG-FGA

Pct

3FG-FGA

Pct

FT-FTA

Pct

Off-Def

Tot

Avg

PF-FO

Ast

TO

Blk

Stl

Pts/Avg

2005-06

22-7

302/13.7

11-35

.314

1-6

.167

6-13

.462

9-15

24

1.1

32-0

34

37

0

20

29/1.3

TOTAL

22-7

302/13.7

11-35

.314

1-6

.167

6-13

.462

9-15

24

1.1

32-0

34

37

0

20

29/1.3

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