2004-05: Four-year starter at point guard, starting all but one game in her career (126 starts in 127 career games)...was named to the NCAA Tempe Regional All-Tournament Team after leading the team with 14.3 points and 5.7 assists in ASU's NCAA Sweet Sixteen run...won the 2004-05 Pacific-10 Conference Medal of Honor, awarded annually to each member institution's outstanding senior male and female student-athlete based on the exhibition of the greatest combination of performance and achievement in scholarship, athletics and leadership...was also named ASU's Heather Farr Award winner, an honor which goes to the female student-athlete who best combines academics, athletics, sportsmanship, leadership and a commitment to community service while maintaining at least a 2.50 grade-point average...earned honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Academic accolades for the third time in her career...won the team's Community Service award at the year-end banquet after leading the squad in community service hours...set ASU's career records for three-pointers made (161) and three-point attempts (455)...made 35.2 percent of her three-point attempts and 78.9 percent of her free throw attempts in her career (both seventh all time at ASU)...finished second on the ASU career lists with 399 assists (3.1 assists per game in her career)...became the 15th player in school history to score 1,000 points, finishing with 1,024 career points...ranked third on the team and 20th in the Pac-10 in scoring at 9.8 points per game in 2004-05...started 33 of 34 games and led the team in minutes played (26.6 per game)...scored in double figures in 18 games...led the team in assists for the third consecutive season, pacing the squad in the category in 13 games...ranked 10th in the Pac-10 with 3.03 assists per game and sixth in the league with a 1.14 assist-to-turnover ratio (103-90)...dished out a career-best nine assists twice (Feb. 26 against Washington State and March 19 vs. Eastern Kentucky)...led the team and ranked fifth in the Pac-10 in three-point percentage at 36.7 (58-158)...also ranked fourth in the league with 1.71 three-pointers made per game...finished second on the ASU single-season chart for three-pointers made with 58, just two shy of the school record of 60...paced the team in scoring in seven games in 2004-05, including 20 points vs. No. 11/13 Notre Dame in the NCAA second round and 18 vs. No. 4/2 North Carolina in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen...knocked down 6-of-8 attempts from the field (3-of-5 from three-point land) and 5-of-6 from the free throw line vs. the Fighting Irish...made three treys (3-6) and went 6-of-10 from the field vs. the Tar Heels...connected on 58.3 of her attempts from the field (14-24) and 53.8 percent from beyond the three-point arc (7-13) in NCAA Tournament action...was named Pac-10 Player of the Week after scoring a season-high 23 points in ASU's upset at then No. 11/14 Georgia on Dec. 7...tied her career highs with five three-pointers and nine attempts in that victory over the Sweet Sixteen-bound Lady Bulldogs...made all four of her three-point attempts and scored 14 points Jan. 7 vs. Stanford...scored 18 points with four three-pointers in ASU's Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinals win over UCLA on March 5...knocked down two or more three-pointers in 17 contests, including 11 games with three and five with four or more...finished seventh on the ASU career free throw list, connecting on 78.9 percent of her attempts from the charity stripe (191-242)...was named to the all-tournament team at the Women's Sports Foundation Classic in November and was the Tournament MVP of the Wells Fargo Holiday Classic in December...helped the Sun Devils to postseason appearances in all four of her seasons, including NCAA bids in 2002 and 2005...also helped the team to the 2002 Pac-10 Tournament title.
2003-04: Earned first-team All-Pac-10 honors...also named honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Academic...one of three players to start all 29 games...led the team with 29.6 minutes per game...finished second on the team and 20th in the Pac-10 in scoring at 10.2 points per game...led the team and was sixth in the league in three-point percentage, draining 37.8 percent of her attempts...ranked seventh on the ASU single-season lists for three-point percentage and treys made (45)...ranked 10th in the Pac-10 in three-pointers made (1.55)...led the team and ranked fourth in the Pac-10 in free throw percentage at 81.5 percent...also paced the team and ended up 10th in the Pac-10 with 3.0 assists per game...finished ninth in the Pac-10 in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.14)...was named Pac-10 Player of the Week on Feb. 5 after scoring a career-best 32 points Jan. 31 vs. Arizona, the most points for a Sun Devil since Molly Tuter had 32 in 1997...knocked down 9-of-14 attempts from the field and 5-of-8 from three-point land in that game...had one trey in 23 of 29 games and more than one in 11...tied her career high with five three-pointers Dec. 27 vs. Washington State...was named to the Wells Fargo Holiday Classic All-Tournament team in December...scored in double figures 13 times, including 24 points vs. WSU on Dec. 27...made her last 13 free throw attempts of the season...after starting the season shooting just 15.4 percent from three-point land (2-13) in the first five games, shot 41.0 percent in the last 24 (41-100)...finished fifth in the Pac-10 at 42.5 percent from three-point land for Pac-10 play...was second on the team and tied for 19th in scoring in Pac-10 games at 10.8 ppg...dished out a season-high eight assists Dec. 20 at Holy Cross...led the team in scoring in eight games and in assists in seven.
2002-03: Earned honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors...one of two Sun Devils to start all 30 games...led the team in minutes played (28.2)...paced the team and finished eighth in the Pac-10 in assists with 104 (3.47 apg)...ranked ninth in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.1)...paced the team and finished seventh in the Pac-10 in three-point percentage, knocking down 36.4 percent from beyond the arc (44-121)...was Tournament MVP at the Wells Fargo Holiday Classic after scoring 20 points with four three-pointers in the Nov. 30 championship game vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee...scored a season-high 21 points, including 5-of-9 three-point attempts, in a Jan. 4 win over Oregon...fourth on the team in scoring at 8.1 points per game, nearly doubling her scoring from the previous year (4.5 ppg in '01-02)...was second on the team in free throw percentage at 78.7 percent (48-61)...led the team in assists in 17 of 30 games, including a then career-high eight assists March 1 vs. Stanford...tied her career high with four steals vs. Stanford on Dec. 27...made two or more three-pointers in eight games.
2001-02: Earned honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Freshman honors...started all 34 games at point guard...finished second on the team and fourth among Pac-10 freshmen in playing time at 27.4 minutes per game...ranked second on the team with 3.1 assists per game...set the ASU single-season assists mark for Sun Devil freshman with 104 assists, surpassing the previous mark of 80 by Jodi Rathbun in 1982-83...finished with the fifth-best assist-to-turnover ratio in the Pac-10 (1.42)...averaged 4.5 points and 2.1 rebounds per game...knocked down a team-best 84.0 percent from the free throw line (42-50)...scored a season-high 10 points in a Feb. 7 win at Washington State, including a pair of three-pointers...had nine points in ASU's upset of No. 2 Stanford in the Pac-10 Tournament title game...knocked down her last six free throw attempts of the season...turned in a season-best seven assists Dec. 2 vs. Rutgers.
High School: A 2001 graduate of Ames (Iowa) Senior High School...earned honorable-mention Street & Smith's All-America honors...four-year starter at point guard...started a school-record 95 consecutive career games...earned first-team all-state honors from the Des Moines Register, the Iowa Coaches Association and the Iowa Newspaper Association as a senior...second-team all-state as a junior and third-team as a sophomore...three-time all-conference and all-district selection...named to the elite district team two years...MVP of the 2001 4A ICA All-Star Game...set nine school records including career (228), single-season (89 in 1999-00) and single-game (10) marks for steals...was Ames' career and single-season leader in assists (career-429, season-123 in '99-00) and three-point percentage (43.4 percent as a senior)...shot 34.1 percent from three-point land in her career...set the school season mark for three-pointers (43)...led her team in scoring, assists and steals in each of her four years...paced the squad in three-point shooting and blocked shots as a senior...averaged 17.0 points per game and turned in 107 assists and 54 steals as a senior...shot 49.1 percent from the field, 43.4 percent from three-point land and 73.6 percent from the free throw line in her final year...turned in 13.3 points per game and career bests with 121 assists and 89 steals as a junior... averaged 11.1 ppg as a sophomore and 10.6 ppg as a freshman...turned in her career high with 27 points in a game vs. Mason City High School as a senior...holds the school record with 10 steals in a game vs. Fort Dodge HS as a junior...coached by Bruce Vertanen...was a four-year standout sprinter, earning elite all-state honors from the Iowa Association of Track Coaches as a junior and all-state honors as a senior...was anchor on the 4x400 relay team which won a title at the 1998 Drake Relays...also lettered once in cross country...coached by Jim Duea and Kirk Schmaltz in track.
Personal: Earned her degree in political science in May of 2005...is interested in a career as a sign language interpreter...the daughter of Steve (assistant football coach) and Terri (teacher) Loney...her father, Steve, is the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings...he was previously the offensive coordinator at Iowa State and played football at ISU...her mother played golf at Southwest Missouri State and was the head women's golf coach at Colorado State...has an older brother, Matt, and an older sister, Katie...has two nephews, Tucker and Birk...born July 15, 1982 in Morehead, Ky....full name is Kylan Reese Loney.
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