|High School:||Holy Names|
Appeared in 23 of 35 games for Pacific, averaging 3.1 points per game in 8.9 minutes per contest. Drained 17 three-pointers on the season in 48 attempts (.354). Hit all seven of her free throws on the year and shot .375 from the fed (24-of-64). Also handed out six assists and recorded 14 steals. Started the season on fire from behind the three-point arc, hitting seven of her first 12 treys in the first six games. Was leading the Big West in three-point shooting (12-of-26, .462) through nine games before an injury sidelined her for five contests. Scored a career-high 10 points in the season opener at Seattle (Nov. 9) and added eight points at Eastern Washington (Nov. 11). Recorded a career-high three steals twice, at Seattle (Nov. 9) and against Santa Clara (Nov. 20). Grabbed a career-high four rebounds against San Jose State (Dec. 3). Finished the season with 72 points in 204 minutes (14.1 per 40).
Played in 21 games as a true freshman, averaging 6.5 minutes per game. Scored her first career points with a pair of buckets at Fresno State (Dec. 17). Set a career-high with six points against Air Force (Dec. 21) draining two three-pointers. Matched that career high with six points at Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 4) and against UC Riverside (Feb. 9) on two-of-three shooting. Also tallied her career-high in rebounds with three against UC Riverside in that contest. Connected on her only shot of the game, a three-pointer, in six minutes of action against Long Beach State (Jan. 12). Handed out five assists on the season, one each in five separate games. Also recorded five steals, one each in five separate games. Per 40 minutes, averaged 10.5 points and 1.5 assists. The Tigers were +22 in point differential with Conricode on the floor.
Conricode, a 5-9 guard from Bothell, Wash., led Holy Names Academy in Seattle to 3A state title, scoring 20 points in the state championship game against previously undefeated Prairie to cap an undefeated season. The win earned Holy Names a No. 2 state ranking and a No. 16 rank in the West by ESPN-Rise.
She earned Most Valuable Player honors in the WIAA State Championship, averaging 13 points per game on the year. Conricode was a First Team Seattle All-Metro selection, and First Team All-Washington pick.
As a junior, led Holy Names Academy in Seattle in scoring with 14.2 points per game last year as a junior. A four-year starter, she was named Seattle All-Metro-League in each of the last three seasons.
As a three-year recipient of the team’s MVP award, she guided the Cougars to the state semifinals the last two seasons. Holy Names advanced to the Washington 3A State Championship game, finishing as runner up in 2010 after placing third the season before. In each season, Conricode was named to the All-Tournament Team.
At the club level, Conricode played for the nationally renowned AAU program `Tree of Hope,’ coached by Damian Young. The National Honors Society member.
Daughter of Ginny and Jim Conricode. Majoring in Exploratory (Engineering).
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