Keeping Track: Where area stars meet their future

By Tim Clinton
SPORTS EDITOR

McPhee cruising for Cardinal

Mount Rainier High School graduate Brittany McPhee is enjoying a solid season as a junior with the Stanford University women's basketball team.
The 6-foot guard is average 13.3 points per game over her first 17 games for the Cardinal this year along with 4.7 rebounds and 1.8 assists.

Jordan starring for SPU

Brittany McPhee's twin sister Jordan McPhee is also having a good season only with the Seattle Pacific University women's basketball team.
The 5-10 junior guard has a 10.9 scoring average per game and has hauled down an average of 5.1 rebounds. She also has 35 assists over her first 17 games.

Gandy a senior at Western

Yet another Mount Rainier graduate -- Kiana Gandy -- is enjoying a standout women's basketball season.
Gandy is a senior forward for Western Washington University, averaging 12.8 points per game and 4.1 rebounds. She also has 30 assists, 10 blocks and 13 steals, also over 17 games.

Collier contributing for UW

Senior Katie Collier from Seattle Christian has contributed an average of 7.5 points per game along with 5.6 rebounds to the University of Washington women's basketball team.
Collier has a total of 25 assists and 22 blocks as well as a 6-3 forward/center for the Huskies.

Giomi in freshman season

West Seattle High School graduate Lydia Giomi played in seven non-conference games as a freshman for the University of Oregon women's basketball team.
The 6-6 forward scored seven points total and hauled down seven rebounds total for an average of 1.0 in each statistic.

Geving gets 100th win

Highline graduate Tyler Geving earned his 100th win this season as the head coach for the Portland State University men's basketball team.
Geving has led the Vikings to an 11-6 record so far in his eighth season of mentoring the program.

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