#4 Leif Karlberg
Pos: G
Height: 6-1
Weight: 170
Year: SO
Major: Communication
Parents: Randall & Lana
Birthday: 7/14
Hometown: Anchorage, AK
High School: Grace Christian
2010-11: A long-range bomber extraordinaire, he has made adjustments to his game and will present a more lethal threat to opponents…has added a mid-range element and the ability to put the ball on the floor to his repertoire…will start at the two…becoming more adept at playing man defense…making better decisions at both ends of the court…taking on more leadership responsibilities. 

2009-10: Living up to his reputation as a long-range bomber, the freshman sharpshooter gave the squad a lethal outside threat…came out blazing in his first five games, hitting 20 shots from behind the arc…led the club in trifectas and finished third in the GSAC…drained a season-best six treys vs. San Diego Christian on 12/12/09 en route to a season-high 20 points…scored in double figures 13 times, including the first five games of his college career…paced the club in thefts, highlighted by a pair of four-steal outings. 

Grace Christian HS: A four-year starter for Coach Chuck Boerger, he led the Grizzlies to a quartet of winning seasons and two post-season appearances…the most prolific scorer in school history, he averaged in double figures in each of his four prep campaigns and finished with 1720 points…averaged a career-high 22.6ppg in his senior year (2008-09), shot 80% from the line, and was voted Alaska State Division 3A Player of the Year in addition to first-team, all-state and Southcentral League MVP honors…the previous year, he was a first-team, all-state choice, first-team all-league, and voted to the state all-tournament team after leading the Grizzlies (19-8) to the conference championship for the second year in a row and a sixth-place showing in the state tourney…averaged 15.8ppg and 4.3rpg…as a sophomore, he put up 17ppg as the squad went 23-3, captured the conference championship, and finished third at the state tournament…in 2005-06, he made more than a successful transition to prep ball, scoring at a 12.4ppg clip on a 16-9 squad.