#33 Shannon Kingery
Pos: F/G
Height: 5-11
Year: JR
Major: Biological Science
Parents: Steve & Cynthia
Birthday: February 15
Hometown: West Hills, CA
High School: El Camino Real
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2014-15: Coming Soon!

2013-14:  Second-year player is one of the club’s purest shooters and she’ll need to display that floor-stretching proficiency to earn playing time…working on becoming more dimensional, she’s improved her inside and transition games…should settle in at power forward where she’ll be tasked to defend against bigger players and rebound with consistency…playing time depends on matchups…possesses a high basketball IQ and great character.

2012-13:  Earned valuable playing time in her first collegiate season, appearing in 22 games and averaging nearly eight minutes per outing…shot a solid 45% from the field and a sparkling 80% from the line…tallied six or more points on six occasions…scored a season-high seven points vs. Simpson on 1/5/13…pulled down five or more rebounds four times, highlighted by six-rebound outings vs. UC Merced on 11/30/12 and 12/29/12.

El Camino Real HS: A four-year varsity performer for Coach Cara Blumfield and the Conquistadors…after making a brief appearance (nine games) on the varsity as a freshman, she started to show an exquisite all-around game a year later when she averaged 8.1ppg and 5.7rpg on a team that won both a West Valley League championship and a CIF City Section Division II title…all-tournament selection at the Harvard Westlake/Beverly Hills Tournament…named to the all-league second team…shone as the club’s primary offensive weapon a year later when she averaged a team-high 15.5ppg and 8.1rpg…shot 82% from the line and was voted the squad’s Best Offensive Player…led the Conquistadors to a second-place finish in the West Valley League and another playoff appearance…named first-team all-league and was a second-team choice on the Daily News All-Area squad…capped an outstanding prep career in 2011-12, averaging 15.4ppg and 8.4rpg on a team that won the West Valley League title and advanced to both the CIF City Section Division I semi-finals and the first round of the state playoffs…finished her varsity career with 1132 points (11.9ppg) and 659 rebounds (6.9rpg)…named West Valley League co-MVP, repeated as both first-team all-league and All-Area, and was a first-team All-CIF City Section selection…earned scholar-athlete honors at El Camino Real.