Appeared in 26 games averaging 5.2 minutes per contest. Scored 46 points in 136 minutes. Registered seven steals, five assists and 23 rebounds. Scored a career-high 10 points in 15 minutes of action against CSU Bakersfield (Dec. 31). Scored six points in her season debut at Eastern Washington (Nov. 11). Added five points in the Tigers' WNIT First Round win over UALR (March 22). Grabbed a career-high six rebounds and added a career-best two steals against CSU Bakersfield (Dec. 31). Handed out a pair of assists against Santa Clara (Dec. 20). Ten of her 23 rebounds came on the offensive glass. With 46 points in 136 minutes, averaged 13.5 points per 40 minutes.
Redshirt Freshman (2011-12):
Redshirted her freshman season following ankle surgery in November. Played nine minutes in the Tigers' opener at Fairfield, with one rebound, one assist. Hit one of two free throws to finish the season with one point in her lone appearance.
Eackles, a 5-9 All-State guard from Pinewood High School in Los Altos, Calif., earned her second-straight D-5 State Player of the Year award as she led Pinewood (28-5) to a second-straight Division V state championship last week, scoring 31 points in the title game against St. Bernard, her third 30-point game of the tournament and eighth 30-point outburst of the season.
She wrapped her senior campaign with San Francisco Chronicle and Mercury News Player of the Year honors, after averaging 26.7 and 10.4 rebounds in seven postseason games, carrying the Panthers to CCS, NorCal and state titles.
The co-Most Valuable Player of the West Bay League, Eackles averaged 23.7 points per game with 7.7 rebounds and 2.7 steals per contest for the season. Her senior year finished much like her junior, as she repeated as San Francisco Chronicle Metro Player of the Year, D-5 State Player of the Year, and West Bay League MVP.
As a junior, she averaged 16.3 points per game to go with 9.2 rebounds, 2.7 steals and 2.1 assists per game.
The 2010 San Francisco Chronicle Metro Player of the Year, D5 State Player of the Year, and West Bay League MVP, Eackles led the Panthers to the CIF State championship, by posting 16 points and seven rebounds in the final against St. Anthony-Long Beach after a 24-point, 10-rebound performance in the semifinals.
Eackles played under legendary coach Doc Scheppler at Pinewood, and will lead the Panthers in search of Scheppler’s fifth state championship in her senior season.
Daughter of Angela Harr Eackles and Marvin Eackles. Majoring in Geology.
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