Denver looks to win 10th straight against Air Force
Denver Ends Its Season in Sioux Falls
Pioneers Shot 80 Percent in the Third Quarter
Pioneers' Last Three Losses Come by a Combined Total of Seven Points
Denver Puts Up 12 3s, Most Since Jan. 15th, 2015
Saw action in 24 games…averaged 6.5 minutes per game…totaled 23 points on the season for an average of 1.0 ppg…ripped down 45 total boards for the Pioneers including 14 offensive rebounds…notched three steals and four blocks in her debut season for the Crimson and Gold…gathered four points on four separate occasions…grabbed a career-high seven rebounds in the game at Northern Arizona on Dec. 3.
2016 graduate of Wasilla High School … three-year starter for the Warriors … two-time first-team all-state selection during junior and senior years … McDonald’s All-American nominee for 2015-16 season … ranked as the 54th-best center in the country by ESPN.com … number one rated prospect in the state of Alaska by MaxPreps.com … named MVP of Doc Larson Tournament … three-time first-team all-region member.
Daughter of Raymond and Jana DePriest … born on April 27 … has older sister, Kalei … made the Wasilla High Honor Roll all four years … chose DU because liked the coaches, campus and felt at home … uncle is former Bronco great Mark Schlereth … felt that education provided by the University of Denver would create the best opportunity for career after playing days are over … wants to play overseas professionally … likes to play volleyball … also recruited by Long Beach State, Northern Arizona, Boise State, Eastern Washington, Southern Utah and the University of Hawaii.
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