20 - Tammy Annas
Tammy Annas
Born: 06/19/1980
Height: 5-11
Year: Junior
Hometown: Enumclaw, Wash.
High School: Enumclaw
Position: Forward

AS A SENIOR IN 2002-03:Earned WCC All-Academic honors... has started all 27 contests... scored in double figures in first six contests and has 18 overall double-figure scoring outings... is ranked fifth in the league in steals (2.44), sixth in rebounding (6.0) and free throw percentage (.716), eighth in field goal percent (.421) and 11th in scoring (11.1)... scored 11 points to open the season against Lehigh... added 18 points on 7-15 shooting in a loss to Temple... posted 11 points and five rebounds against Arkansas-Little Rock... added five assists and five steals in the all-around performance... registered a double-double against Texas A&M, tying a career high in rebounds with 11 and pouring 20 points... named to the All-Tournament team at the Whataburger Aggie Classic for those two outstanding performances... posted second straight double-double against Fresno State with 11 points and 11 rebounds... had a 10-point, 9-rebound performance against Loyola Chicago... added 12 points against Arkansas State... had a 13-point, nine-rebound game at Eastern Michigan... added 11 points against Pepperdine... added 17 points againt Portland, on 7-11 shooting... missed a double-double against Gonzaga, registering 14 points and nine rebounds, as well as a career-high seven steals... played a full 40 minutes for first time in career, against LMU... finished with 11 points and six rebounds... hit 7-8 free throw against San Francisco... played 40 minutes for the second time in five games, this time at Gonzaga... earned an 11-point, 11-rebound double-double at Portland.

AS A RS JUNIOR IN 2001-02: Named to the All-WCC honorable mention team... named Most Improved by her teammates... named the MVP of the Seattle Times Husky Classic after scoring 21 points to lead the Broncos to a victory over No. 25 Washington... shot 7-10 from the field and 2-3 from three-point range... added nine rebounds in both Classic contests... was the only player that has started all 31 games... scored 10 points in the first seven minutes at Fresno State and finished with 17... named the WCC/Rawlings Player of the Week for that performance... led the Broncos in scoring for the fourth time this season against Portland State with 15 points... scored in double figures in five straight contests and had 17 double-digit performances overall, including 10 team-leading occasions... averaged 12.5 points in conference play, 12th best in the league and finished the entire season with a 10.9 average, ranked 20th... was 13th best in the WCC in rebounding, with a 5.4 average... notched first double-double of the season in a loss at San Diego, with 13 points and 10 rebounds... scored 18 points in a loss at Pepperdine... recorded four three-pointers en route to 16 points in a victory at LMU... lacerated lower lip during the first half against Saint Mary's, but received three stitches and returned for the second half, finishing with 12 points and five rebounds... led the team with 17 points in a one-point victory against San Francisco... scored 22 points at Portland, one off her career high... went 4-8 from long distance for 15 points at Saint Mary's... scored 15 points in the WCC Championship game vs. Pepperdine... went 6-8 from the field for 13 points in the NCAA first round game against LSU.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2000-01: Redshirted the season... tore ACL in left knee in a pick-up game four days before practices began... it was the same pick-up game that teammate Julie Butler broke her left ankle.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 1999-2000: Appeared in all 30 games... started in 20 games averaging 23.7 minutes a contest... averaged 8.7 points, 4.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game... shot .509 from three-point range making 28 of 55... scored a career-high 23 points against Loyola Marymount, going 10-15 from the field... recorded first career double-double with 17 points and a career-high 11 rebounds against Sacramento State... second on the team in offensive rebounds with 52 and steals with 39... led the team in scoring for five games... had double-digit scoring in 13 games... went 6 for 6 from the field and 3 for 3 from three-point range scoring 16 points against Denver... scored 14 points going 5 for 7 from the field and added 9 rebounds in a win over USF.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 1998-99: Saw limited time in Santa Clara's 29 games... averaged 1.7 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.3 assists in 6.7 minutes per game... earned first collegiate starts at Loyola Marymount and Pepperdine... had five points and four rebounds against the Lions... finished with four points and three boards at Pepperdine... scored six points in 14 minutes of action vs. Portland... added three points in victory vs. Gonzaga... played a career-high 12 minutes in the victory at Gonzaga... scored two points and added three rebounds.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played forward for head coach Tim Nelson at Enumclaw High School in Enumclaw, Wash... set Enumclaw records for single-game scoring (39 points vs. Tahoma HS) and single-game rebounds (20 vs. Tahoma HS)... holds school mark for most points and scoring average in a single-season... averaged 21.9 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.5 assists, and shot 56 percent... led Enumclaw to the South Puget Sound league title as a senior... led team to second-place finish in the Class 4A State Championship... was named state tournament MVP despite team's second-place finish... named AP All-State first team... participated in Washington vs. Oregon High School All-Star Game... also lettered in tennis... graduated with a 3.85 grade point average.

PERSONAL: Full name is Tamara Marie Annas... born June 19, 1980 in Auburn, Wash... parents are Marvin and Florence Annas... majoring in operations management and information systems.

 

Annas' Career Statistics

 

 

 

Year G-GS MIN FG-AT PCT 3P-AT PCT FT-AT PCT REB AVG PF-D A TO B S TP AVG
98-99 21-2 140 13-33 .394 3-8 .375 7-10 .700 25 1.2 15-0 6 11 0 7 36 1.7
99-00 30-20 710 92-183 .503 28-55 .509 48-67 .716 138 4.6 69-1 37 64 2 39 260 8.7
00-01 Did Not Play
01-02 31-31 860 122-284 .430 36-97 .371 58-73 .795 167 5.4 69-1 30 46 7 39 338 10.9
02-03 31-31 922 118-292 .404 25-102 .245 61-85 .718 182 6.1 70-1 57 65 9 73 322 10.4
Totals 113-84 2632 345-792 .436 92-262 .351 174-235 .740 518 4.6 223-3 130 186 18 158 956 8.5

 

 

Annas' Career Highs

Points 23 at Loyola Marymount, Jan. 22, 2000
Field Goals 10 at Loyola Marymount, Jan. 22, 2000
Field Goal Attempts 20 at Texas A&M, Dec. 1, 2002
Three-Point Field Goal 4 three times, last at Saint Mary's, Feb. 16, 2002
Three-Point Field Goal Attempts 8 twice, last at Saint Mary's, Feb. 16, 2002
Free Throws 7 twice, last vs. San Francisco, Feb. 20, 2003
Free Throw Attempts 8 three times, last vs. San Francisco, Feb. 20, 2003
Rebounds 11 four times, last at Portland, March 1, 2003
Assists 6 vs. Oakland, Nov. 20, 1999
Blocked Shots 1 17 times, last vs. Pepperdine, March 9, 2003
Steals 7 vs. Gonzaga, Feb. 1, 2003
Minutes 40 twice, last at Gonzaga, Feb. 27, 2003