As a senior in 2008-09: Played well on Cal's Africa trip, posting eight points and nine rebounds in the first game against the Tunisia national team and adding a team-high 11 rebounds in the second game against Tunisia...averaged 13.8 ppg in the 2008 San Francisco Pro Am summer league...appeared in all but three games in the 2008-09 season, averagin 10.4 minutes per game. saw expanded playing time in the early part of the season with the absence of Hampton and N'Diaye..scored a career-high 10 points in 14 minutes of play against Oregon, also grabbing five rebounds against the Ducks...played 17 quality minutes at USC...played a career-high 24 minutes, scoring seven points, in the first round Pac-10 Tournament game against Washington...played 23 minutes in the first round NCAA Tournament game against Fresno State, pulling in four rebounds.
As a junior in 2007-08: Played in a career-high 25 games, including 15 Pac-10 contests...averaged a career-best 9.0 minutes per game...averaged career bests of 1.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game...in Cal's first-round NCAA Tournament win over San Diego, contributed two points, four rebounds and tied her career high of two steals in 11 minutes of action...posted a season-high six points and a block in wins vs. Saint Mary's and at Princeton...equaled her career high of seven rebounds in the Bears' 99-44 home victory over Washington State (new Haas Pavilion Cal women's basketball scoring record) and vs. Saint Mary's...grabbed four rebounds vs. Loyola Marymount, Princeton and in the Pac-10 opener against Washington...dished off a season-high two assists in wins at TCU and vs. Loyola Marymount...played a season-high 18 minutes at TCU...saw action for at least 11 minutes in 11 games...shot a career-best 48.7 field goal percentage...tallied career-high totals for assists (13), blocks (2) and steals (11).
As a sophomore in 2006-07: Played in 13 games off the bench, including seven Pac-10 contests...co-recipient of the team's Alisa Lewis Heart and Hustle Award...her best game of the season came against Harvard on the opening day of the Contra Costa Times Classic...posted four points, four rebounds and one assist in 10 minutes of action against the Crimson, helping the Bears earn a 96-54 victory and set a new Cal women's basketball Haas Pavilion scoring record...also corralled three rebounds in 10 minutes on the court in Cal's win over Belmont in the first round of the Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament...registered a point and two boards in five minutes in the Bears' dominating 88-60 triumph over Florida in the first round of the Timeout for HIV/AIDS Classic...played four minutes in home wins over Arizona and Washington State...had surgery in August 2006 to remove a cyst from her left knee.
As a freshman in 2005-06: Participated in 18 games...saw at least 10 minutes of action in five games, including a career high of 20 minutes in the season opener vs. Eastern Washington...averaged 1.2 points and 1.3 rebounds per game...posted a career-high nine points, three rebounds and her only block of the season in nine minutes on the court in the win at Arizona - the Bears' first at the McKale Center since 1993...hauled in a career-high seven rebounds and tallied eight points in the Eastern Washington win...secured four boards and an assist in the home win over UCLA...added three rebounds in the triumph two days later over USC...missed four non-conference games due to a sprained MCL...missed some practice time towards the end of the season due to a virus and a concussion...scored a basket in victories over Radford and UC Davis...tallied career highs of three assists and two steals and added two boards at New Mexico.
High School: Mentioned No. 6 on the NorCal Scouting Report, which ranks players in Northern California...two-time adidas All-American at St. Mary's High School in Berkeley...named to the 2005 Cal-Hi Sports all-state team...scored more points than any other female in school history...her number 24 jersey was retired...four-time first-team all-league selection...voted by her teammates Best Offensive Player as a freshman and sophomore and team MVP as a junior and senior...tore the laborum and dislocated her shoulder in December 2004 but played her senior season...tallied 38 points and 26 rebounds in her final prep game...led St. Mary's in scoring and rebounding all four years and was second in assists...as a junior, averaged 17.8 points, 15.6 rebounds, 5.4 steals and 2.9 assists per game to earn all-state, first-team All-Bay Area and first-team All-ANG Newspapers honors...at a tournament in Seattle as a freshman, posted 27 points and hauled in 22 rebounds...as a sophomore, led her squad to a triple-overtime victory over Berkeley High School with 31 points and 29 rebounds...helped the East Bay Xplosion win the 2003 AAU national title...competed on her high school's track and field team.
Personal: Shantrell Marie Sneed was born May 23, 1987, in Oakland, Calif....nickname is Trell...parents are Lemuel Sneed and Frances Tamtinga...hobbies include writing poetry and doing open microphone sessions...social welfare major.
SNEED'S CAREER STATISTICS Year G-Gs Min Fg-a Pct 3p-a Pct Ft-a Pct Off Def Reb Avg Pf-D Ast To Blk St Tp Avg 05-06 18-0 118-6.6 10-27 .370 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 6 18 24 1.3 18-0 7 9 1 7 21 1.2 06-07 13-0 44-3.4 2-11 .182 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 2 9 11 0.8 4-0 2 2 0 2 5 0.4 07-08 25-0 224-9.0 19-39 .487 0-2 .000 5-11 .455 20 28 48 1.9 19-0 13 12 2 11 43 1.7 08-09 31-0 321-10.4 28-55 .509 0-0 .000 13-21 .619 23 39 62 2.0 24-0 10 11 2 8 69 2.2 Totals 87-0 707/8.1 59-132 .447 0-3 .000 20-37 .541 51 94 145 1.7 65-0 32 34 5 28 138 1.6