#21 Bianca Cubello
Pos: F
Height: 6-1
Year: JR
Major: Communication
Parents: Celeste
Birthday: September 21
Hometown: Riverside, CA
High School: Jurupa Valley
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2015-16:   This strong, powerful player is on the cusp of developing into one of the nation’s premier post players…has taken another leap forward in her game, one that should result in a repeat of postseason honors…has a punishing post presence at the “five” that should produce frequent double-doubles again…finishes strong at the rim…finding ways to score in different situations, whether with her back to the basket or facing up, makes her a difficult match-up…will also step out and shoot from the perimeter…enjoys the transition game, too…a wonderful post passer, she enjoys finding open teammates…an excellent defender, she’ll block a lot of shots and alter others…rebounds with authority.

2014-15: The long, powerful post earned a starting spot out of training camp and started all 33 games in a sparkling sophomore season that culminated in All-GSAC and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention honors…led the club in rebounding with just over 6rpg, posting four double-figure efforts that included a career-high 13 boards vs. Arizona Christian on 2/21/15…finished third in the GSAC in field goal percentage (48.3) and averaged just over 10ppg…scored in double figures 19 times, tallying a career-best 20 points at Hope International on 1/20/15…tied for the team lead with 39 blocks, a mark that tied her for second in the conference…recorded four games with four blocks.

2013-14:  In her first collegiate campaign, she established herself as part of the regular rotation in the frontcourt, displaying the type of solid play that had the coaching staff excited about the next three years…played nearly 11 minutes per game and averaged just over 4ppg…tallied in double figures three times, highlighted by a 14-point effort vs. Hope International on 3/1/14…finished third on the squad in rebounding and had a pair of double-figure outings, including a season-best 12 points vs. San Diego Christian on 3/5/14…was the second-best shot-blocker on the team and finished fifth in the GSAC.

Jurupa Valley HS:  Played one year for the Jaguars and was named River Valley League Player of the Year.