|| Christy Titchenal
At Stanford: Complete Year-by-Year Statistics
2006-07: Game-by-Game Stats ... Played in 18 games ... 6-16 from the field, totaling 14 points ... on the same day she celebrated her 21st birthday, scored her first bucket of the year when she knocked down the second three-pointer of her career against Texas Tech on Dec. 3 ... knocked down her second bucket of the year in a win over Arizona on Dec. 28 ... scored two points against California in a victory on Jan. 6 ... connected on a jumper off the bench during a win at UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 1 ... chipped in with two points, one rebound and one assist against Washington State on Feb. 8 ... added two points off the bench in a win over Washington on Feb. 10 ... played in both NCAA Tournament contests.
2005-06: Game-by-Game Stats ... Played in 19 games ... averaged 38.5-percent shooting from the floor in just under four minutes per game ... scored a career-high four points at Pacific on Dec. 1, going 2-for-3 from the field ... recorded the second block of her career against Rice ... played a career-high 14 minutes at Oregon State, hitting the first three-pointer of her career on Jan. 5 ... also grabbed three rebounds in the game against the Beavers ... tied her career-high three rebounds in the Pac-10 Quarterfinal match-up against Arizona on March 4 ... saw time in both NCAA Tournament games in Denver, averaging three minutes in the games.
2004-05: Game-by-Game Stats ... Battled injury and illness during the second half of the year that kept her out for much of the season ... suffered a stress fracture in January and was kept sidelined by illness while resting her foot ... appeared in eight games before her season ended ... saw a season-high five minutes in her first two games ... scored her only basket of the year against Pacific ... posted the first assist of her collegiate career at San Francisco ... collected a season-high two rebounds at Oregon State.
High School: Missed the last two-thirds of her senior year with pneumonia and mononucleosis ... As a junior, averaged 12.3 ppg and 7.1 rpg to help Ursuline win the North Bay League title and advance to the state quarterfinals with a 29-4 record ... As a sophomore, guided the squad to a 32-2 record with 10.7 ppg and 7.4 rpg ... Team won the league title and the North Coast section (for the first time in six years) before falling in the state semifinals ... Two-time All-North Bay League selection ... Named to the Nike Tournament of Champions All-Tournament Team ... Honored as her high school's Senior Athlete of the Year.
Personal: Born in Santa Rosa, Calif. ... daughter of Robert and Cindy Titchenal ... older brother, Michael, plays basketball at Cal Poly ... father, Robert, played basketball at Hawai'i and helped the Rainbows to NCAA and NIT appearances ... grandfather, Robert, captained the only undefeated San Jose State football team and played professionally for the Washington Redskins and San Francisco 49ers ... Psychology major.
Pts: 4, at Pacific (12/1/05)
Rebs: 3, 2x, last vs. Arizona (3/4/06)
Assists: 1, 7x, last vs. Washington State (2/8/07)
FG: 2, at Pacific (12/1/03)
3-Pts.: 1, 2x, last vs. Texas Tech (12/3/06)
FT: 1, at Washington (1/11/07)
Steals: 1, vs. Arizona (12/28/06)
Blocks: 1, 2x, last vs. Rice (12/17/05)
Mins: 14, at Oregon State (1/5/06)