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Jillian Alleyne's Bio

About Jillian Alleyne

Jillian Alleyne (born September 08, 1994) is a forward for the Phoenix Mercury. She played college basketball at Oregon.

Was AP All-America Third-Team as junior and senior; Hon. Men. as a sophomore.  After moving into 2nd and 3rd place, respectively, in NCAA history with 92 career double-doubles (eclipsing C. Ogwumike’s Pac-12 mark of 85) and 1,712 rebounds (trailing leader C. Paris in both) – and after playing in 120 straight games – had senior year cut short by torn ACL in practice Feb. 23. Still earned All-America Third Team honors (AP). Finished career with Pac-12 and UO rebounding marks for single-game (27), single-season (519); career boards (1,712, topping C. Ogwumike’s Pac-12 career mark), and rebs/game (14.3, topping previous mark held by UCLA’s N. Williams). Also became 10th player in NCAA history with at least 2,000 points & 1,500 rebounds. Ranks second all-time at UO in points and owns top two Pac-12 marks for consecutive double-doubles (29 and 21). Led Ducks in rebounding in 72 straight games, stretching from soph to senior seasons. Had four career 30-20 games and seven career 20-20 games.

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