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KC Waters
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KC Waters 1616341
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Year: Junior
Hometown: San Ramon, Calif.
High School: Bishop O'Dowd
Experience: 2 Letters

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Waters Career Stats

As a SOPHOMORE in 2014-15, played in 16 games for the Golden Bears, averaging 1.0 points and 1.3 rebounds per contest … scored her first collegiate points on a 2-of-2 effort against Nevada (November 18) for four points … also collected her first career block against the Wolf Pack … scored a career-high five points against Creighton (November 29), going 2-of-3 from the field and 1-of-1 from the free throw line while pulling down four boards … had her most significant minutes at Long Beach State (December 13) where she played 16 minutes, pulling down a career-best five rebounds, blocking one shot and scoring two points … in Pac-12 play, hit a free throw against Utah (January 3), finished her lone field goal attempt for two points against Colorado (January 5) and pulled down two rebounds against the Buffaloes and at Oregon (February 26) … played two minutes in the NCAA First Round against Wichita State (March 20), scoring two points.

As a FRESHMAN in 2013-14, played in 11 games for the Golden Bears, collecting four rebounds while playing behind upperclassmen Gennifer Brandon, Reshanda Gray and Justine Hartman ... pulled down boards against Long Beach State, at George Washington, against Northwestern and against Arizona. 

High School: Ranked as the country’s No. 14 forward by HoopGurlz...comes in the national lists at No. 42 (Blue Star), No. 47 (JumpOffPlus), No. 51 (All Star Girls Report) and No. 54 (HoopGurlz)...had an MVP season at local Bishop O’Dowd High School in Oakland....averaged over 14 points per game...named the California Division III MVP as well as All-East Bay MVP honors from the Contra Costa Times....helped lead her seventh-ranked team to a state championship and 30-3 record.

Gottlieb on Waters: “I will not forget the first moment that I saw KC on a basketball court. She was an 8th grader who was already dominant, and my first thought was: that’s a Cal post player! She has a combination of size, skill and athleticism that will make her special at the next level. It has been fun to see her expand her skill set at Bishop O’Dowd and with Team Taurasi, and we look forward to finally having her in a blue and gold jersey.”

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