Played in 32 games with 22 starts ... had two points, two rebounds and career-high four assists at UCF ... scored 10 points and added a career-high three steals vs. Northeastern ... had nine points and career-high eight rebounds vs. IPFW ... had six points at UNLV ... had nine points, four rebounds and two assists vs. Idaho State ... had 10 points, two assists and two steals vs. Kennesaw State ... scored six points vs. Alcorn State ... scored career-high 18 points, hit two three-pointers and tied career highs of eight rebounds and four assists vs. Sam Houston State ... scored nine points at Washington State ... tied career-high three steals vs. Houston ... grabbed six rebounds vs. Arizona State ... scored six points vs. Oral Roberts ... scored seven points at Missouri ... scored nine points vs. Texas A&M ... had eight points and three rebounds at Texas A&M ... scored 11 points and hit two three-pointers vs. Kansas ... tied career-high four assists vs. Nebraska ... had 14 points and sank a career-high three three-pointers at Texas ... scored five points vs. Texas State in second round of WNIT ... scored 16 points, tied career-high three three-pointers and dished out three assists vs. TCU in third round of WNIT.
Fort Scott Community College
Played two years at Fort Scott Community College in Fort Scott, Kan. ... As a freshman: Named all-region and second team all-conference ... lead Jayhawk Conference with 25.4 points per game ... As a sophomore: Selected second team All-America ... MVP Jayhawk Conference ... named to Region VI all-tournament team ... ranked sixth in the nation in scoring as a guard both years ... averaged 20.6 points ... team went 22-10 and 13-5 in conference ... junior college coach was Kristy Guffey.
2005 graduate of Class 5A Hickman Mills High School in Kansas City, Mo. ... As a freshman: Team won conference championship ... As a sophomore: Named MVP of conference ... team won conference championship ... As a junior: Selected MVP of conference ... team captured conference title ... As a senior: Named all-state and Miss Missouri Basketball ... named all-metro and MVP of conference ... selected Kansas City Player of the Year ... received the Direnna Award ... WBCA All-American nominee ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... team won conference title ... averaged 26.5 points with a career high of 41 points ... high school coach was Steve Cassidy.
Was an Adidas Top Ten All-American ... named an Adidas Midwest All-American ... team was Missouri 16 & under and 17 & under champions ... named to Kansas City Dream Team.
Sharkeisha Monique Walker ... goes by Keisha ... born December 16, 1986 in Little Rock, Ark. ... daughter of Paul and Lorrie Walker ... father attended San Jose State University ... has an older brother, Paul Jr., and a late brother, Raheym ... Paul Jr. played football at Murray State ... cousin, Marvin Delph, played basketball at Arkansas ... in high school was a member of the Spanish honor society ... hobbies include dancing, comedian and collecting tennis shoes ... majoring human development and family studies.
Year GP/GS Min FG-A Pct. 3P-A Pct. FT-A Pct. Reb./Avg. A B S Pts./Avg.
07-08 32/22 595 67-188 .356 23-85 .271 23-33 .697 75/2.3 35 0 18 180/5.6
Totals 32/22 595 67-188 .356 23-85 .271 23-33 .697 75/2.3 35 0 18 180/5.6