#11 Sydney Emory
Pos: G
Height: 5-8
Year: JR
Major: Kinesiology & Physical Education
Parents: Tom & Shannon
Birthday: July 30
Hometown: Spokane, WA
High School: Central Valley
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2015-16:  After showing how better health impacted her game last year, this veteran should take another leap forward this season…playing with an energy and confidence not seen before…a very versatile backcourt player, she’ll find most of her playing time on the wing but could play at the point, too, where she’ll put her pin-point passing on display…can shoot it from all over, spotting up behind the arc or pulling up for mid-range jumpers…offers an outstanding transition game…a wise decision-maker, she doesn’t get rattled in pressure situations…a solid defender, she plays passing lanes extremely well.

2014-15: Good health and productive play led to a fine sophomore season in which she played in a career-high 30 games…came off the bench to average nearly four points per game…scored a career-best 12 points twice, the first of those coming vs. Concordia on 12/2/14 when she went 3-5 from behind the arc and posted career-highs with seven rebounds and four assists...she equaled that total on 1/31/15 against Vanguard, going 4-8 from the field, including 2-5 from long range…had a career-high three steals at William Jessup on 1/10/15…converted her final 15 free throw attempts of the season.

2013-14: Played in six games in her initial collegiate season…scored a season-high five points twice, against Oregon Tech on 11/9/13 and Cal Tech on 11/16/13…dished out a season-high four assists vs. Northwest Christian (OR) on 11/8/13.

Central Valley HS:  Enjoyed three sparkling varsity years with the Bears, etching her name in the school’s record book while playing on squads that won the Greater Spokane League championship in her sophomore and senior years, respectively…drained the game-winning, three-point shot that propelled the Bears into the 4A state championship game her senior year, a fitting accomplishment while recovering from a broken ankle…the year before, she led her team and the league in three-pointers (47) and three-point field goal percentage (41.6%)…tied a school record with seven trifectas in a game…MaxPreps listed her as Washington’s No. 1 junior guard in total three-pointers and three-pointers averaged per game (2.2)…115 career treys rank her fourth on the school’s all-time list…finished her prep career as the school’s all-time leading free-throw shooter, converting 86.5% of her charity shots.