2005-06 (FR): Saw action in 23 games, starting two... Averaged 4.4 points and 2.1 rebounds in 15.8 minutes of action... Netted a career-high 15 points twice, in loss at Weber State on Dec. 17 and in loss at Texas A&M on Dec. 28, the only two games in which she netted double-digits... Tallied nine points in three other games... Drained a season-high three three-pointers in the Texas A&M contest... Was perfect 4-of-4 from the free throw line in three games... Snared a career-high nine rebounds in loss at Nevada on Jan. 21... Dished out season-high two assists in loss to Louisiana Tech on Feb. 4... Swiped season-high two steals in loss at Idaho on Jan. 14... Hit three or more field goals in five games, including season-high five in loss at Weber State on Dec. 17.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Pebley's father, Ray Scott, at Timpview High School... Helped Timpview record an 18-7 record and a second-place finish in the 4A state tournament... Led her team in scoring at 19.6 ppg... Also averaged 7.7 rebounds, 1.6 steals and one block per game... Recorded 11 double-doubles and moved into second-place on Timpview's career scoring list with 1,122 points... Became the single-season points leader with 491... Selected first team all-state by both the Deseret Morning News and Salt Lake Tribune in 2005... Garnered the Utah Gatorade Player of the Year in Girls Basketball, as well as being named the Utah County Athlete of the Year... As a junior, recorded nine double-doubles and averaged 16 points and 8.5 rebounds... Named first team all-state... Was a four sport athlete as she played soccer and ran for Timpview's cross country and track teams... Graduated with 15 total varsity letters... High school teammate of current Aggie Ana Pares.
PERSONAL: Undecided on a major, but would like to go into nursing... Daughter of William and Linda Freeze... Has four older sisters. Her sister, Emily, played two years of basketball at Ricks College and then finished her career at University of Denver, while her sister Camille played collegiality at Mesa State (Colo.)... Enjoys cooking, playing the piano, scrapbooking, and writing letters.