2009-10: Set the NIU career three-pointers made record with a first half trey at Loyola... Completed her career with 278 made three-pointers... Became the 25th member of the NIU 1,000-Point Club with a first-half three-pointer against Western Michigan... Passed her former teammate Jessie Wilcox to end her career in 24th in the Huskie scoring book with 1,025 points... Nailed 77 three-pointers for the year, tying her sophomore season mark for second-place in Huskie single-season history... Holds the No. 2-4 slot in the NIU record book for threes made in a season... Finished the Loyola game with 16 points on 6-of-11 shooting overall with four threes... Totaled 14 points and five rebounds at Western Michigan... Started all 29 games, and led the team in minutes with 34.5 per game... Ranked third on the squad with 277 points... Co-led the Huskies in three-point field goal percentage at 34.8 percent (77-of-221)... Averaged 1.9 assists and 0.9 steals per game, third and fourth-best among Huskies, respectively... Tallied double-figure point totals on 14 occasions, including the last three games of the year... Scored a season-high 23 points on 8-of-15 shooting including five three-pointers at Eastern Michigan... put up 16 points thanks to 5-of-7 shooting on threes and added five rebounds versus DePaul... Again tallied 16 and five in NIU's home win over MAC West champion Toledo... Tied the NIU career three-pointers made record by hitting two against No. 24 Nebraska... Scored 10 points and had three assists vs. UIC... Hit five three-pointers to help NIU overcome a 14-point deficit and beat Chicago State on the road... Added a career-high six steals and five assists against the Cougars... Hit at least one three-pointer in 27 games... Registered career-high six assists and 41 minutes to go with 12 points and three rebounds in the overtime win against Buffalo.
2008-09: Hit 76 three-pointers on the season, the third-most in NIU history... Total ranked third in the MAC... Ranked 23rd nationally in three-pointers made per game and was 10th in the conference in three-point field goal percentage (.362)...Nailed a trey in 12 straight contests from 12/7 at Wisconsin to 1/24 at Ohio, tying a Huskie record... Started in all but two games of the season and appeared in all 30... One of three returning scorers to have averaged more than 9.0 points per game... Ranked third on the team with 48 assists, and was the only Huskie to average a positive assist-to-turnover ratio (1.14)... Scored a season high 22 points on 8-of-14 shooting, including 6-for-12 from three, against UIC (12/20)... Tied a career-best with seven three-pointers and tallied four assists against Central Michigan (2/28)... Sank at least one trey in all but two games, and hit four or more three-pointers seven times... Lit up Southern Illinois (12/28) with 5-of-7 shooting from behind the arc to total 17 points... Scored in double figures in 10 straight games from 12-7 at Wisconsin to 1-17 versus Eastern Michigan... Added four other double-digit scoring outings for a total of 14... Scored 11 points and tallied five rebounds at Buffalo (2/14)... Grabbed five boards in her next game in addition to scoring five points and dishing out four assists at Eastern Michigan (2/21).
2007-08: Started 26 of 28 games...Was the Huskies second leading scorer, with 305 points to average 10.9 points a game...She led the Huskies in scoring seven times...She had 15 double-digit scoring performances, including three 20-plus point efforts...Scored a game-high and career-high 27 points at Miami (OH) (1/26/08)...Made a career-high seven three-pointers against Miami (OH)...Went 9-18 for 24 points at UW-Green Bay (11/28/07)...Made a career-high six free throws, going 6-6 from the line and dished out a career-best eight assists against St. Joseph's at the Hawkeye Classic (12/9/07)...Her 77 three pointers made is second on the Huskies all-time list for three pointers made in a single season...Went 77-216 from beyond the arc, hitting 35.6 percent of her shots from three-point territory...Was second in the MAC in three-point field goals made per game 2.75...Her 125 career three pointers made is tied for fourth on the Huskies career list for three pointers made...Led the Huskies in free throw percentage (.903), going 28-31 from the line...Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds at Chicago State (11/12/07), and finished the season with 78 boards.
2006-07: Had a strong freshman season coming off the bench, playing 30 of the Huskies 31 games...One of the purest shooters on the team, scored 168 points in 390 minutes and averaged 5.6 points a game...Finished second on the team in three-pointers made, connecting on 48-of-126 from beyond the arc...Ranked fourth on the team in three-point percentage (.381)...Hit all 12 of her free throw attempts to lead the team in free throw percentage (1.000)...Tallied five double-digit scoring games, with her season-high of 18 points coming at Kent State (2-7-07) where she went 5-10 from the field...Scored 13 points in NIU's win over Cincinnati (12-2-06) in the Mildred and Roger L. White Invitational at Northwestern...Had a career-high five rebounds in the Huskies' victory at Kansas (12-29-06).
Prep: Four-year varsity letterwinner and two-season starter for Hamilton Southeastern...Earned first team Hoosier Crossroads Conference honors as a senior...Started and played in every game her junior and senior seasons under Coach Happenthal...Prep team won the conference title four consecutive years and went undefeated in conference play her sophomore through senior seasons...In 2005-2006, named Hamilton County Tourney MVP after scoring a career-high 29 points and breaking the school record of eight treys in a single game...Averaged 13.3 points and 3.5 boards per game as a senior...Earned second team All-State recognition from the Indiana basketball coaches and was a first team All-Area choice by the Indianapolis Star...Invited to the Indiana Top 40 Workout Workshop and played in the North-South All-Star Hoosier Basketball Game where she scored 16 points...Selected one of the top 25 seniors in Indiana and was an invitee to the Top 100 Showcase Indiana Girls Basketball in 2005...Scored three-pointer to send the game into overtime in the sectional championship game...Also went 8-for-11 from the field in the season-ending contest...Lettered one year in softball, golf, and track.
Personal: Oldest of three children of Becky Bunes and Jeffrey York with younger siblings Hunter York and Samantha Bunes... Graduated with an academic honors diploma...Off the court, was involved in volunteer work as a peer-tutor for special needs high school students and helped out with Special Olympics...Played AAU basketball for Indiana's Finest Team which ranked in the top 25 at nationals three of the four years she played.
Birthdate: May 17, 1988
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