Levy enters her senior season at California after being selected the 2006 Cal Most Improved Player...one of the Bears' most athletic players...talented shooting guard with great potential...has worked hard in the weight room to improve her strength and stamina...can take people on off the dribble and demonstrates three-point range...has shown great improvement as a perimeter defender after only playing zone defense in high school...may step up as a defensive stopper this year...played in the 2006 San Francisco Pro Am summer league.
As a junior in 2005-06: Levy saw action in 11 games, including a career-high 29 minutes against St. John's in the NCAA Tournament...posted eight points, one rebound and one assist against the Red Storm, hitting 2-of-3 field goals, 1-of-1 treys and 3-of-4 free throws...selected the team's Most Improved Player...saw action in 16 minutes in wins over Columbia and South Carolina State...posted a season-high nine points, a career-high eight rebounds and a steal vs. Columbia...hit her other three-pointer of the season against Columbia...added three rebounds, two steals and an assist vs. South Carolina State...tallied two points, one assist and one steal in the season-opening victory over Eastern Washington...recorded a basket against No. 5 Baylor...grabbed two boards in a win at San Jose State...scored at Oregon and Oregon State and in the Bears' 81-58 triumph over Washington in the regular-season finale...dished off an assist in eight minutes of action at Arizona...averaged career bests of 2.4 points and 1.4 rebounds per game...hit a career-high 47.6 percent from the floor.
As a sophomore in 2004-05: Saw action in 27 games...minutes increased from her freshman year to 8.9 mpg...contributed 1.5 points and 1.1 rebounds per game...converted all six of her free throw attempts...contributed a career-high 10 points vs. USC Jan. 20...equaled her career high of three assists at Arizona State Jan. 9...tied her career high of two steals vs. USC Jan. 20...contributed more assists (14) and steals (10) than she did as a rookie...played a then-career-high 21 minutes vs. UCLA Jan. 22.
As a freshman in 2003-04: Averaged 7.3 minutes per game in the 24 contests she entered off the bench...saw double-digit minutes of playing time in 10 games, with a then-career-high 19 minutes coming against UCLA Feb. 19...posted 2.0 points and 1.2 rebounds per game...contributed six steals, with a best of two in Cal's victory over Lehigh...sank six three-pointers, including a 2-of-2 effort in Cal's win versus San Jose State...amassed six points against the Spartans...tallied a then-career-high eight points versus UCLA at home after scoring seven points the game before at No. 11 Stanford...had a then-career-high five rebounds, along with five points and three assists in the Bears' win over Canisius.
High School: At West Waterloo High School, named the 2003 Iowa Gatorade Player of the Year...averaged 18 points and 6.5 rebounds per game while leading her team to the 2003 Class 4A state semifinals...also as a senior, tallied 43 assists, 46 steals and four blocks...two-time all-state player...listed as one of the top 50 players in the nation by All-Star Girls Report and one of the top 100 by the Blue Star Index...two-time Street & Smith honorable mention All-American...two-time all-district, all-metro and all-conference selection...national honor roll qualifier and member of the student senate.
Personal: Keanna Alicia Levy was born June 9, 1985, in Waterloo, Iowa...parents are Fred and Carrie Levy...has a sister, Keyah, and a brother, Kenyatta...former Cal assistant coach Camille Burkes attended the same high school as Keanna...hobbies include music and shopping...public health major.