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  Betsy Boardman
Betsy Boardman

Player Profile

Portland, Ore.

High School:
Beaverton HS




2004-05: Complete, veteran player who came back from two ACL tears in her career, including one on the last day of regular season in 2003-04...played in all 34 games with three starts in 2004-05...won ASU's Leadership Award at the season-end banquet...started the first three years of her career and came off the bench as a senior...played in 125 career games with 94 starts...became the 14th Sun Devil to score 1,000 career points, finishing with 1,065 points (10th all-time at ASU)...averaged 8.5 points per game in her career...turned in 3.6 points and 2.5 rebounds per game in 2004-05...started the comeback in ASU's NCAA second-round win over No. 11/13 Notre Dame, draining a three-pointer as time expired to get ASU within five at halftime...turned in a season-high 16 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including four three-pointers, Feb. 12 vs. UCLA...scored her 1,000th point and led the team with 13 points Jan. 20 vs. Oregon State...finished second on the team with 21 three-pointers...connected on 34.0 percent of her career three-point attempts (133-391, 10th all-time at ASU)...finished third on the ASU career lists with 133 three-pointers made and 391 three-point of just five players in school history to knock down at least 100 career three-pointers...also finished ninth in the ASU career record books with 183 steals...Maroon & Gold Scholar-Athlete...helped the Sun Devils to NCAA Tournament appearances in three of her four seasons on the active roster (2001, 2002 and 2005)...also helped the team to a share of the 2001 Pac-10 regular-season title and the 2002 Pac-10 Tournament championship.

2003-04: Earned honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors...was also named to the 2004 Academic All-America District VIII second team...served as a team co-captain for the second year...started all 26 games she played in before suffering her second ACL tear in 18 months on the last day of the regular season (left knee)...led the team and finished 18th in the Pac-10 in scoring with 10.6 points per game...finished second on the team with 44 steals...also second on the team in three-pointers made (39) and second on the squad and ninth in the Pac-10 in three-point field goal percentage (.361)...was the MVP of the Wells Fargo Holiday Classic after averaging 13.5 points, 9.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists to lead ASU to the tournament title...scored a career-best 20 points vs. Western Michigan on Dec. 5 in the first game of the Wells Fargo Holiday Classic...also had a season-high nine rebounds in that game and vs. Binghamton in the championship game the following night...scored in double figures in 15 of 26 games and led the team in scoring six times...had 19 points and knocked down a career-high 5-of-6 three-pointers Feb. 28 at Washington State before tearing her left ACL with two minutes left in the game...knocked down more than one three-pointer in nine games, including four against Western Michigan on Dec. 5 and again vs. UCLA on Jan. 15...finished third on the team with 69 assists, including a career-best seven vs. WSU on Dec. 27...was able to get back on the court after her first ACL tear during ASU's summer trip to Australia and averaged 10.4 points and 6.0 rebounds per game.

2002-03: Redshirted after tearing the ACL in her right knee on the second day of preseason practice...attended the USA Basketball Women's Junior National Team Trials in Colorado Springs, Colo., in the summers of 2001 and 2002.

2001-02: Finished fourth on the team in scoring at 9.0 points and third in rebounding at 4.5 boards per of three players to start all 34 games...averaged 25.7 minutes per game...earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors ...knocked down a team-best 35.2 percent of her three-point attempts (37-105), which ranked 10th in the Pac-10...led the team in steals for the second season with 1.5 steals per game (52 steals)...also blocked a team-best 18 shots, including a career-high three in ASU's NCAA game at Vanderbilt...ranked 15th in the Pac-10 for scoring in conference games (11.3 points per league game)...hit a three-pointer in 26 of 34 games and more than one in nine contests...finished 10th on the ASU single-season charts with 37 three-pointers, 105 attempts and a 35.2 shooting percentage...turned in her best game of the season with 17 points in a Jan. 6 win at Oregon...knocked down 3-of-4 three-pointers in a Jan. 17 win at UCLA...missed her first career double-double by one rebound in a Feb. 7 win at Washington State (14 points and nine boards)...scored in double figures in 13 games, all in Pac-10 games including ASU's first five conference outings.

2000-01: Became the third Pac-10 All-Freshman Team selection for the Sun Devils in as many years...finished third on the team and 17th in the Pac-10 in scoring at 11.6 points per of four Sun Devils to start all 31 games...averaged 28.4 minutes per game...led the Sun Devils and finished sixth in the Pac-10 with 2.19 steals per game...her 68 steals tied for 11th on ASU's single-season charts...turned in ASU's season high in that category with seven steals on two occasions...knocked down 36.0 percent of her attempts from beyond the arc which ranked ninth in the Pac-10 and was seventh on ASU's single-season chart...had at least one three-pointer in 21 of 31 games...averaged 12.4 points per Pac-10 game...came on strong at the end of the season with 13.7 ppg over the last 11 games of the year...shot 43.1 percent from the field...scored a then career-best 19 points in a Feb. 3 win over Oregon...had eight rebounds, a career-high five assists and four steals at Arizona on Feb. 24...scored in double figures in 18 games.

High School: A 2000 graduate of Beaverton (Ore.) High School...three-time honorable-mention USA Today and Street & Smith's All-American...first-team all-state selection and runner-up for Oregon Player of the Year in 2000...three-time first-team All-Metro League selection...led the Beaverton Beavers to the school's first Metro League championship in 2000...was the league MVP...guided her team to a sixth-place finish at the 4A State Championships... was a first-team all-tournament selection at the state championships...won the Jerry Pflug Award, which is presented a student-athlete in the Beaverton School District who demonstrates athletic leadership, achievement and commitment...Valley Times Athlete of the Year...won the U.S. Marines Corps Distinguished Athlete award...named MVP of the Northwest Shootout game, which features the top players from Oregon and Washington ...three-time team MVP...averaged 19.3 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5.0 steals and 4.0 assists per game as a senior...also shot 50 percent from the field, 37 percent from three-point land and 81 percent from the free throw line...attended the 1999 Nike All-American and Reebok WBCA Elite Senior camps...averaged 16.3 points, 8.0 rebounds, 8.5 assists and 5.0 steals per game in 1998-99... earned honorable-mention all-state honors as a junior...named first-team All-Metro League in soccer her last three seasons...two-time honorable-mention all-state soccer selection...two-time team MVP in soccer...lettered four times in basketball, three times in soccer and once in track...was an All-Metro league selection (800 meters) as a freshman...member of National Honor Society...coached by Sean Coste in basketball and Brittni Estep-Carmichael in soccer.

Personal: Earned her bachelor's degree in communication in May of 2004...plans a career in sales...the daughter of Russ and Mary Anne Boardman of Portland, Ore....has an older brother, Scott, who played basketball at the University of San Diego, and an older sister, Mindy Hess...her father played college basketball at the University of Vermont, and her mother played tennis at the University of Washington... her grandfather, Ed Genung, was the 1930 NCAA champion in the 800 meters at Washington and placed fourth in the event at the 1932 Olympics...born March 4, 1982 in Portland, Ore....full name is Elisabeth Ruth Boardman.

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