At Stanford: Excellent passer ... Good floor vision, especially in full-court game ... Pushes the ball up court well ... Puts good pressure on the ball ... "Milena continued to improve both her ball handling and defense last year," said VanDerveer. "We need her to continue to score and lead the team throughout the season."
1998-99 Season: Named First Team All Pac-10 after leading the conference in assists per game (7.3) and free throw percentage (.798) ... Appeared in all 30 games, including 27 starts ... Ranked seventh in the conference in steals (2.37 per game) ... Ranks fifth on Stanford's all-time assist list with 466 ... Recorded seven double-doubles in points and assists ... Scored in double figures 16 times, including eight times in the final 14 games ... Reached double figures in assists nine times ... Scored a career-high 20 points off the bench in 75-69 home loss to Texas Tech on Nov. 27 ... Had 17 points and tied career high with 12 assists in 78-66 home win over Wisconsin on Nov. 29 ... Recorded 11 points and 11 rebounds in 92-77 home win over Northwestern on Dec. 15 and again in 75-64 loss at Colorado on Dec. 28 ... Recorded 17 points and 11 assists in 79-64 home win over Arizona on Jan. 28 ... Averaged 9.1 points and 3.4 rebounds per game, while playing in an average of 36.0 minutes ... Also named First Team Pac-10 All-Academic.
1997-98 Season: Started all but one game at point guard ... Averaged 33.2 minutes per game, the most of any player on the squad ... Shot a career-high .857 (6-of-7) at Wisconsin in the season opener ... Dished out a career high 12 assists against UConn, fifth on Stanford's all-time single game assist list, while scoring 10 points ... Also recorded 11 assists against Oregon, while scoring 10 points ... Scored in double figures on 11 occasions ... Posted two double-doubles on the season against UConn (10 points, 12 assists) and against Oregon (10 points, 11 assists) ... Led the Pac-10 in assists with 6.1 per game, good for 23rd nationally ... Ranked third in the conference in free throw percentage with .807 and sixth in 3-point percentage with .405 ... Has 247 career assists which is 13th all-time at Stanford ... Earned honorable mention honors on the Pac-10 All-Academic Team.
1996-97 Season: Played in all 36 Stanford games, the only freshman to do so ... All Pac-10 Freshman Team member ... Started at point guard against Oregon State and at Washington ... Scored seven points at Washington in front of a hometown crowd ... Posted seven assists against Oregon State in 34 minutes ... Scored a career-high 11 points and six rebounds against Howard in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, while recording six assists in 16 minutes ... Played 13 minutes, recording six rebounds and four assists against Virginia in the West Regional semifinal game ... Shot .379 from the field on the season.
In High School: Graduated from Snohomish High School in 1996 ... Averaged 15.0 points, seven assists, six rebounds and five steals as a senior ... Named Everett Herald Player of the Year in 1995-96 ... All-Area and All-Wesco honors in 1995-96 ... Three-time Seattle Times All-Star (1993-94, 1994-95, 1995-96) ... Played for the Seattle Magic AAU team for five years ... As a junior, averaged 14.8 points, 5.0 rebounds, five assists and 5.6 steals per game at Snohomish High School ... Named MVP of the AAA Wesco League in 1994-95 ... Everett Herald Player of the Year in basketball and soccer ... First Team All-Area and All-Wesco in both basketball and soccer as a junior ... Seattle Post-Intelligencer First Team All-Area as a sophomore ... Averaged 11.8 points, five steals and five assists per game during her sophomore year ... Named First Team All-Area and AAA All-Wesco in 1992-93 ... Averaged 10 points, 3.0 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 4.5 steals as a freshman ... Participated in track as a freshman ... Finished second in the 400 meters in Washington ... Member of the Snohomish High School Honor Roll ... National Honor Society ... Class valedictorian.
Personal Information: Parents are Silas and Carmen Flores ... Her second cousin is Mike Cordova, former Stanford quarterback from 1974-76, who played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1977 ... Enjoys camping and biking.
Points 20 vs. Texas Tech (11/27/98)
Rebounds 9 vs. Oregon State (3/6/99)
Assists 12 vs. Wisconsin (11/29/98) 12 vs. Connecticut (12/21/97)
1998-99 All Pac-10 First Team 1998-99 Pac-10 All-Academic First Team 1997-98 Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention 1996-97 All-Pac-10 Freshman Team 1995-96 Everett Herald Player of the Year 1995-96 Class Valedictorian 1994-95 Everett Herald Player of the Year 1994-95 Most Valuable Player - AAA Wesco League 1993-94 Seattle Times All-Star Team 1993-94 Seattle Post-Intelligencer First Team All-Area
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