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    Mae Woods

    Class:
    Graduated

    Hometown:
    Maple Ridge, British Columbia

    High School:
    Maple Ridge Secondary School

    Height:
    6-4

    Position:
    C

    Experience:
    3L

    Mae Woods

    SENIOR (2013-14)
    Appeared in nine games for the Cougars...averaged a point 0.6 rebounds in 3.1 minutes per contest...made her first appearance of the season on Nov. 8 vs. Mississippi State...recorded her first points of the year on Dec. 1 vs. Prairie View A&M...scored in three games, including a season-high four points on March 1 vs. Memphis.

    JUNIOR (2012-13)
    Appeared in 13 contests, averaging 2.4 minutes per game... totaled eight points, four rebounds, two blocks and one assist... shot 57 percent (4-7) from the field... scored first points of the season with a bucket at Yale on Nov. 17... converted back-to-back buckets at Texas Tech on Dec. 30 for four points in just two minutes of action... swatted shots in back-to-back games against UTEP and Tulane... posted two points and two rebounds at UTEP on Feb. 21... saw action against UCF in the opening round of the Conference USA Championship.


    2011-12 (SOPHOMORE)
    Started in 22 of 28 games for the Cougars... averaged 4.4 points and 3.2 rebounds in 21.1 minutes per contest... swatted 25 shots on the season and ranked seventh in Conference USA with 1.4 blocks per league game... shot 36 percent (53-of-148) from the field and 39 percent (17-of-44) from the free-throw line... tallied a career-high 14 points in 23 minutes against Oral Roberts (Nov. 22)... connected on seven field goals on 12 attempts against the Golden Eagles... posted eight points on a 4-of-6 effort from the field against Louisiana Tech (Dec. 7)... followed up with nine points and six boards in Houston's win over Houston Baptist (Dec. 10)... posted arguably best game as a Cougar in Houston's road win over Southern Miss (Jan. 8)... tallied nine points, four rebounds and three blocks and followed up a missed shot with a layup for a critical basket with under five minutes remaining against the Golden Eagles... turned in another stellar performance against Rice (Jan. 28) with seven points, seven rebounds and three blocks in 30 minutes of action... played a major role in Houston's late 16-2 run despite competing with four fouls... recorded eight points, six boards and three blocks in Houston's narrow loss at East Carolina (Feb. 16)... swatted career-best four shots against Tulsa (Jan. 19)... averaged 6.7 points, 4.8 rebounds and 1.7 blocks over a span of six games down the stretch.

    Career Game Highs (as of 03/09/14)
    Points 14 vs Oral Roberts (11/22/11)
    FG 7 vs. Oral Roberts(11/22/11)
    FGA 12 vs. Oral Roberts (11/22/11)
    3FG 1 vs. East Carolina (2/13/11)
    3FGA 1, 2x vs. East Carolina (2/13/11)
    FT 2, 5x vs. SMU (2/2/12)
    FTA 7 vs. SMU (2/2/12)
    Rebounds 8 at Houston Baptist (12/30/10)
    Assists 1, 9x vs. Memphis (03/01/14)
    Steals 2,2x vs. Tulsa (1/19/12)
    Blocks 4 vs. Tulsa (1/19/12)
    Minutes Played 34 at East Carolina (2/16/12)

    2010-11 (FRESHMAN)
    Saw action in 29 of the 32 games for the Cougars... averaged 1.2 points and 1.0 rebound per contest... shot 37 percent (14-of-38) from the field and 46 percent (6-of-13) from the free-throw line... buried one 3-pointer on two attempts... posted seven blocks to go with three assists and two steals... tallied six points, two rebounds and an assist in nine minutes of action in collegiate debut against UT-Arlington on Nov. 14... followed up with three-point, two-rebound effort in road win at New Mexico State... pulled down season-high eight rebounds to go with a bucket at Houston Baptist... scored six first-half points at Lamar off 2-of-3 effort from the field and perfect 2-of-2 effort from the charity stripe... knocked down first-career 3-pointer in nationally-televised contest against East Carolina on Feb. 13... also posted two blocks and an assist against the Pirates... converted a bucket against UTEP in C-USA quarterfinal contest.


    HIGH SCHOOL
    Attended Maple Ridge Secondary School in Maple Ridge, British Columbia... led team in points and rebounds as a junior and senior... named the team MVP in 2010... shattered the single-season school record for blocks as a junior with 214, surpassing the previous mark of 52... earned Silver Medals at the 2006 Western Canada Summer Games and the 2009 Canada Summer Games, while winning a Bronze Medal at the 2005 British Columbia Summer Games... Named to the Fraser Valley North all-star team all four years... earned a spot on the British Columbia all-star team as a senior... member of the U15, U16 and U17 provincial teams... also invited to the 2010 Canadian Junior National team.

    PERSONAL
    Born Mae Bernadette Woods in Vancouver, British Columbia, on April 6, 1992... daughter of Brian and Bernie Woods... has one brother, Mason (15)... lists high school coach Don Herman as biggest influence in sports... majoring in business.

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