Transferred to ASU from Central Arizona in 2010 and played in 56 career games (12 starts).
Prior to Central Arizona, attended Washington High School in Phoenix where she was a member of three state championship teams.
Scored 2,301 career points during her high school career and was the 2008 Arizona Republic All-Metro Player of the Year.
A 2010 NJCAA All-American, Major was on Central Arizona's 2009 national championship team that finished 35-0.
Led the junior college ranks with 142 3-pointers in 2009-10.
Played in 26 games in 2010-11 (missed the first three games recovering from shoulder surgery) and averaged 1.6 points.
Missed the first two games with a knee injury before making her 2011-12 debut in ASU's win vs. Boston College (Nov. 20).
Started 12 straight games before a shoulder injury sidelined her for ASU's game at UCLA (Feb. 23).
Finished first on the team in 3-point FG percentage (.350) and second in 3-point FGs (28).
Made the first start of her career at Oregon State (Jan. 12) and scored a season-best eight points and followed that up with eight points at Oregon (Jan. 14), where she hit a pair of clutch 3-pointers in the final five minutes of ASU's 53-49 win.
Recorded career bests in points (14) and 3-pointers (4) while playing a career-high 38 minutes in ASU's win vs. Washington (Feb. 16).
Missed the first three games of the season as she recovered from offseason shoulder surgery.
Played in 26 games.
Made her Sun Devil debut vs. Providence (Nov. 26) and played four minutes.
Scored 8 points and dished out 4 assists in ASU's win over Colorado State (Dec. 11).
Poured in a career-best 11 points in win over Oregon (Jan. 2).
Missed contests vs. Washington State (Jan. 20) and vs. Washington (Jan. 22) with a foot injury before returning at UCLA (Jan. 27).
Connected on a pair of 3-pointers in ASU's first round Pac-10 Tournament win over Oregon State (Mar. 9).
Arizona player of the year 2010 NJCAA.
2010 NJCAA All-American.
Part of the 2009 national championship team that finished a perfect 35-0.
Arizona high school player of the year in 2008.
3 state titles back-to-back-to-back.
Conference player of the year three years in a row.
MVP of championship games.
Is a Criminal Justice major.
Parents are Rachelle and Jonathan Major.
Has three sisters, Vanessa, Kelci and Danielle.
Was born April 20, 1990.
Full name is Olivia Elizabeth Major.