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Quinn Dornstauder
Player Profile:
Quinn Dornstauder 1553837
Position: Center
Height: 6'4"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
High School: LeBoldus
Major: Biochemistry
Experience: High School

CAREER NOTES

• Has played in 95 career games (26 starts).

• Is ASU’s active leader in career blocks (91/5th on ASU’s all-time list).

• Moved into starting role in 2015-16 after coming off the bench her first two seasons. Continued to be a strong offensive presence, accounting for 3 of ASU's 4 highest single-game point totals.

• Played in every game (5 starts) in 2014-15 and was ASU’s leader off the bench in scoring (7.2 ppg - 5th on the team) and rebounds (4.9 rpg - 3rd on the team) and led the team in blocks (0.9 bpg).

• Played in 27 games as a freshman and connected on 53.1 pct. of her FGs (26-49).

• Has been named to the Pac-12’s All-Academic team each of the last two seasons and in 2016 was also named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 8 Team.

• Earned a silver medal playing for Canada at the 2015 World University Games in South Korea. In the gold medal game, Dornstauder’s Canadian squad competed against the United States and fellow Sun Devil teammate Katie Hempen.

2015-16

• Played in every game (21 starts) and finished first on the team in blocks (1.3 bpg - 7th in the Pac-12), was 2nd in scoring (9.7 ppg) and 3rd in rebounding (4.5 rpg).

• FT percentage (74.1) was 15.0 percentage points higher than career percentage coming into the 2015-16 season (59.1).

• Scored in double figures 14x, and was responsible for 3 of ASU’s 4 highest single-game scoring highs of the  season (25 vs. Washington - highest, 24 at UCLA - 2nd highest and 21 at SMU - 4th highest. Also grabbed 5 or more rebounds 16x.

• Had highest scoring average on the team (13.5 ppg) over the last 6 games of the season. Shot 54.8 percent during that stretch.

• Scored 21 points to go along with 8 rebounds, 4 blocks and a career-high 3 steals in win at SMU (Nov. 21).

• Was named to the Waikiki Beach Marriott Rainbow Wahine Shootout All-Tournament Team after averaging 10.3 ppg and 4.0 rpg, while connecting on 52 percent of her shots (12-23), and 88 percent of her free throws (7-8) in ASU’s games vs. No. 2 South Carolina, at Hawaii and vs. CSU Bakersfield.

• Also named to the ASU Classic All-Tournament Team, after averaging 15.5 points/4.5 rebounds vs. VCU (Dec. 5) and Columbia (Dec. 6).

• Scored 11 points and grabbed 6 rebounds in ASU’s upset of No. 10 Florida State (Dec. 21).

• Connected on 7-10 FGs and scored 14 points in Pac-12 opener vs. Cal (Jan. 2).

• Recorded 2nd career double-double (15 pts/10 reb) vs. Colorado (Jan. 15).

• Connected on 67 percent of her FG attempts (6-9) and averaged 7.5 rebounds in ASU’s wins over No. 14 UCLA (Feb. 5) and USC (Feb. 21).

• Scored career-high 25 points (11-19 FGs) to go with 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals in win vs. Washington (Feb. 21). The 25 points represents the highest single-game total by a Sun Devil in 2015-16.

• Went over the 20-point mark for the 2nd time in 3 games after posting a team-high 24 points (10-14 FGs) to go with 5 rebounds and 3 blocks at No. 14 UCLA (Feb. 28).

• Scored 15 points and grabbed 7 rebounds in NCAA Tournament second round game vs. Tennessee.

2014-15

• Played in every game (5 starts) and was ASU’s leader off the bench in scoring (7.2 ppg - 5th on the team) and rebounds (4.9 rpg - 3rd on the team) and led the team in blocks (0.9 bpg). 

• Earned First-Team Pac-12 All-Academic honors.

• Started the last five games in February (the first five of her career) due to injury to Kelsey Moos.

• Scored in double figures 11x and grabbed 6 or more rebounds 16x.

• Led ASU with a (then) career-high 19 points (9-12 FGs) in win at Illinois State (Dec. 16).

• Posted first double-double of career with 11 points/11 rebounds in win vs. Yale (Dec. 28). The outing came one game after nearly recording double-double (9 pts, 9 rebs) in win over Northwestern (Dec. 21).

• Added 10 points, 3 rebounds, 3 blocks in win vs. Arizona (Jan. 10).

• Scored 13 points (5-6 FGs), including 11 in the 1st half, in win at Cal (Jan. 16).

• Dropped in 11 points (4-6, FGs, 3-4 FTs) and grabbed 7 boards in win at Colorado (Jan. 30).

• Scored career-high 22 points (9-13 FGs) in ASU’s 53-52 win over Stanford (Feb. 6). Accounted for 15 of ASU’s 22 first-half points.

• Made first start of career at Oregon State (Feb. 13) and had 10 points and 4 rebounds. Also started at Oregon (Feb. 15 ) at UCLA (Feb. 20), at USC (Feb. 22) and vs. Utah (Feb. 27).

• Averaged 12.5 points and 6.0 rebounds and connected on all 11 of her free throw attempts in ASU’s Pac-12 Tournament games vs. Washington State (Mar. 6) and vs. Stanford (Mar. 7).

2013-14

• Played in 27 games and connected on 53.1 pct. of her FGs (26-49).

• Scored 6 points (2-2 FGs) in first career game vs. Hawaii (Nov. 9).

• Scored 4 points and grabbed 4 rebounds vs. Providence (Nov. 23).

• Was 2-3 FGs vs. Illinois at the Cancun Challenge (Nov. 28).

• Had breakout game in ASU’s win over No. 15 Cal (Jan. 17). Connected on 6-7 FGs and scored a career-high and team-high 13 points in the win.

• Scored 4 points, grabbed 7 rebounds and had 4 blocks vs. UA (Feb. 4).

• Grabbed 6 rebs in Pac-12 Tournament quarterfinal vs. USC (Mar. 7).

• Was a perfect 3-of-3 from the floor and grabbed 4 rebounds in ASU’s NCAA Tournament win over Vanderbilt (Mar. 22).

HIGH SCHOOL

• A 2013 graduate of LeBoldus High School (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada).

• Competed for the Canadian Junior National Team at the 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship in Panevezys, Lithuania. Averaged 4.6 points and 4.4 rebounds in the eight games. Scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds in Canada’s final game of the tournament vs. Japan.

• Was also a member of the Canadian team that won the bronze medal at the 2012 U17 World Championships in Amsterdam. She finished fourth in rebounds per game at the championships.

• As a senior, helped lead her LeBoldus high school team to a 5A title, as she scored 25 points in the championship game to help LeBoldus upset Holy Cross, which came into the contest on an 84-game winning streak. Averaged 27.0 points, 15.0 rebounds, and 3.0 blocks per game for the season in leading LeBoldus to a 31-1 record.


• Played three years of senior varsity basketball with Regina’s LeBoldus Golden Suns, compiling a 90-6 overall record, winning three city championships, winning the provincial 5A championships in 2013, and placing 2nd in 2012 and 2011.

• Lived in France in 2009-10 and played with the Temple-sur-Lot Minimes team, which won the U14 Aquitaine (state) championship.


• In December 2012, Dornstauder played a central role in LeBoldus winning the Mike Dea Classic Senior Girls Basketball Tournament for the second consecutive season, after posting 32 points and 19 rebounds in the championship game to earn tournament MVP honors.

PERSONAL

• Major is Biochemistry.

• Parents are Patty Urbaniak and Gord Dornstauder.

• Has three younger siblings: Zayn (sister-18), Declan (brother-16) and Kaz (brother-11).

• Hobbies include hiking, camping/outdoor activities, reading, playing sports and hanging out with friends.

• Born August 16th 1995 in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.

• Full name is Quinn Asia Urbaniak-Dornstauder.

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