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Breanna Lewis's Bio

About Breanna Lewis

CAREER TRANSACTIONS

Selected by the Dallas Wings in the second round as the 23rd pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft.

 

2017

Played in 13 games in her rookie year… Debuted in her first WNBA game on 5/20 against Minnesota… Recorded her first WNBA points on 5/27 at Phoenix… Played a career high in minutes with 14 on 5/27… Also scored a career high in points on 5/27 in Phoenix with three.

COLLEGE

Was the ninth in school history with 1,552 career points… Fifth in school history for career rebounds with 865… Fourth player in school history with 1,500+ career points and 800+ career rebounds…. Owns K-State career blocks record (282) and ranked seventh in Big 12 history… Owns school record for blocks per game (2.20), blocks in a single game (8) and blocks in a single season (97)…. Tied for fourth in school history for career starts, 123…. In her senior season, she played in and started all 34 games…Tallied 471 points (13.9 ppg) on 205-of-367 (.559)… Her .559 field goal percentage was a new career-high… Scored in double figures in 25 games and led K-State in scoring 14 times… Scored 20 or more points in a team-high six games… Hauled in a career-high 280 rebounds (8.2 rpg), which ranks ninth in school history for a single season… Pocketed a career-best nine double-doubles… Pulled in 10 or more rebounds in 11 games… Blocked 59 shots (1.7 bpg) and ranks ninth in school history for blocks in a single season… Blocked three or more shots in 10 games…. As a junior she started all 32 games…. Set career season-highs in points (535), rebounds (241), field goals made and attempted (231-of-420; .550), free throws made and attempted (73-of-154)… Scored 20 or more points in a career-best 12 games, which marked as the most by a Wildcat since Brittany Chambers tallied a school record 22 games with 20 or more points in 2012-13… Second straight season with 375 or more points, 200 or more rebounds, 70 or more blocks and 40 or more steals… Eighth junior in program history to score 500 or more points in a season… Ninth player in program history to score 500 or more points and grab 200 or more rebounds in a season…  39th player in school history to reach 1,000-points in her career… 24th player in program history with 1,000 career points and 500 career rebounds… Notched a career-high seven double-doubles… Scored in double figures in 30 games… Pulled in 10 or more rebounds in seven games… Set the school record for blocks in a two-year period with 179… Her 82 blocks are third in school history…. During her sophomore year, she was one of two Wildcats to start every game (Shaelyn Martin)…. Led the Wildcats in scoring (11.5 ppg; 380 points), rebounding (6.4 rpg; 211 rebounds) and blocked shots (2.9 bpg; 97 blocks)… Dished out 24 assists (0.7 apg)… Pocketed 50 steals (1.5 spg)… First player in program history with 300 or more points, 150 or more rebounds, 90 or more blocks and 50 or more steals… Holds school record for blocks in a season (97)… Set school record for blocks by a sophomore… First player in school history with 90 or more blocks in a season… Set school record for combined blocks and steals in single season (147)… Was the top freshman shot blocker in the Big 12 and ranked eighth for all players in the league… Her 44 blocked shots ranked tied for 10th in school history for a single season… Her 44 blocks were the most by a K-State freshman since Marlies Gipson in the 2005-06 season… First freshman since at least 1996-97 to block a shot in seven straight games to begin her career… Tallied 132 of her 166 points in the paint in her rookie campaign, which was 79.5 percent of her total points…. First player in the 49-year history of women’s basketball at Kansas State from the state of Wisconsin…. Teamed up with Erica Young to play with Athletes in Action in June 2015 in Poland against national teams from France, Latvia and Poland

PERSONAL

Born June 22, 1994… Daughter of Cherrice and Freddie Lewis… Has three sisters, Anailah and twins Madison and Mariah… Graduated from Kansas State on May 13, 2017 with a major in general human ecology…. Led Riverside High School to a Wisconsin state title in 2013 by averaging 15.5 points, 12.8 rebounds, 3.2 blocks and 2.0 steals… Followed up her preseason Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) First Team All-State honor with WBCA All-State First Team honors to end the season… Also garnered third team All-State honors from the Associated Press, WIAA All-Tournament team and was co-Conference Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference Milwaukee City Gold Division… Averaged 16.0 points, 11.7 rebounds, 3.2 blocks and 2.6 steals in her junior season; notched season-highs of 33 points and 24 rebounds against Milwaukee School of Languages on Feb. 3, 2012… Lewis was the first Wildcat women’s basketball player from the state of Wisconsin.

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