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Angel Goodrich
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Angel Goodrich's Bio

About Angel Goodrich

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Tallied her first career double-double on 9/13/15 vs. San Antonio, scoring 12 points and grabbing a career-high 10 rebouds in 40 minutes of action
• Scored a career-high 14 points and five steals in the win over Seattle on 7/17/13
• Had a career-high 11 assists and five rebounds in the win over San Antonio on 9/8/13
• Drafted 29th overall in the 2013 WNBA Draft by Tulsa, at the time making her the highest-drafted WNBA player of Native American descent
• 2007 Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year
• Led her high school to four-straight state championship games, winning three

2015 HIGHLIGHTS WITH SEATTLE:
• Played her first minutes with the Storm on 6/28 and scored 8 points in 12 minutes of play
• Dished out a season-high 8 assists in Phoenix on 7/12
• Tallied her first career double-double on 9/13/15 vs. San Antonio, scoring 12 points and grabbing a career-high 10 rebouds in 40 minutes of action
• Averaged a career-high 3.0 assists per game in the backup point guard role

2014 HIGHLIGHTS WITH TULSA:
• Scored a season-high five points on 7/3/14 at Connecticut
• Appeared in 29 games, averaging 6.3 minutes per game and 1.0 ppg

2013 HIGHLIGHTS WITH TULSA:
• Appeared in 31 games her rookie season, starting in 16 for the Shock
• Averaged 21.9 mpg, 1.8 rbs, 2.9 apg 1.2 spg and 4.4 ppg
• Shot 42.3percent from the field
• Finished ninth amongst WNBA rookies in points per game (4.4)
• Ranked second amongst rookies in the league (fifteenth in the WNBA) to Skylar Diggins in assists per game (2.9) and second to Diggins amongst rookies in steals per game (1.23)
• Amongst rookies ranked sixth in field goal percentage (42.3%)
• Scored a career-high 14 points and five steals in the win over Seattle on 7/17/13
• Had a career-high 11 assists and five rebounds in the win over San Antonio on 9/8/13

OVERSEAS COMPETITION:
• 2015-16: Gorzow, Poland
• 2013-14: Vologda Chevakata, Poland

COLLEGE HIGHLIGHTS:
• University of Kansas’ all-time leader in assists (771)
• Owns Allen Fieldhouse record (men and women) for assists in a single game (16, 2/8/12)
• One of seven finalists for the Lieberman Award given to the nation’s top Division 1 point guards
• An All-Big 12 First Team pick after leading conference with 3.0 steals per game and ranking second in assists per contest in her senior season
• Ranked second among Jayhawks’ scorers and tops in 3FGs made in 2012-13
• One of four finalists for the Lieberman Award (2011-12)
• An All-American Honorable Mention pick by AP and the WBCA, as well as an All-Big 12 Conference Second Team choice her junior year
• As a junior, led the nation in assists per game, setting the conference’s single-season assists record, and paced the Jayhawks in scoring
• Her 27 points led KU past Elena Delle Donne and Delaware in an NCAA Tournament game 3/20/12
• Overcame an early-season injury to start 27 games and ranked sixth in NCAA in assists per game her sophomore year
•Having returned from a torn left ACL suffered in her second practice as a true freshman the previous year, played 15 games before suffering the same injury to her right knee in 2010-11

PERSONAL:
• Daughter of Fayth and Jonathan Lewis
• Has one brother, Zack Goodrich, and one sister, Nikki Lewis
• An honor roll student in high school who majored in applied behavioral sciences at Kansas
• Earned four letters in basketball and softball and one in track & field in high school
• Named Sequoyah High School’s Golden Glove award in softball as a junior and senior
• Won all-state honors in track as a sprinter in 2006
• Is the only person in Sequoyah High history to score over 2,000 career points
• Led the Indians to three Class AAA state titles and one runner-up finish
• Set a new Oklahoma state record for individual points scored in state tournament games with 268 points scored in 11 games

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