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Jenna O'Hea #6 Guard
- Born: Jun 06, 1987
- Height: 6-1 / 1,85
- Weight: 174 lbs. / 78,9 kg.
- From: Australia
- Years Pro: 2
2012 (Los Angeles): Played 8 games…Averaged 4.8 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists...Scored a career-high 15 points vs. Minnesota on Sept. 4…Missed the first 25 games of the season to train and play for the Australia National Team...Played all four postseason games with the Sparks…Averaged 2.3 points, 1.3 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 17.8 minutes.
2011 (Los Angeles): Averaged 4.8 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 31 games as a rookie…Ranked second in the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage at .444…Four double-digit scoring efforts, including career-high 14 points on July 28 at Atlanta, shooting 5-of-7 from long-range…First career double-double was 12-point, 11-rebound effort in July 17 win at San Antonio…Made five consecutive starts beginning Aug. 18 vs. Indiana.
Club: In 2010-11, O’Hea averaged 12.1 points, 4.0 rebounds and 5.1 assists over 15 games in her second season with the Bulleen Melbourne Boomers, helping the club win the first WNBL title in its 26-year history…Earned her back-to-back selections to the WNBL’s All-Star Five (2010-11 and 2009-10), which is analogous to the All-WNBA First Team…In 2009-10, ranked amongst the league’s top ten players in assists (3rd-4.7), free throw percentage (3rd -83.6%), defensive rebounds (10th-4.6)… Also in 2009, she played with French club Arras…In 2004, O’Hea was named WNBL Betty Watson Rookie of the Year while playing with the Australian Institute of Sport.
Australian National Team: Made her debut with the Senior National Team in 2009 and was named to the Opals’ 2010 FIBA World Championship squad…Over nine tournament games in Spain she averaged 5.9 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists en route to Australia’s fifth-place finish…Scored six points in 22 minutes in a group stage loss to the United States on Sept. 29, 2010…In a pre-World Championships exhibition win over the Americans 12 days earlier she poured in a game-high 24 points…Led the Australian U-20 Sapphires in scoring at the 2007 World Championship, averaging 16.5 points per game which was also fourth best in the tournament.