|Hometown:||San Jose, Calif.|
|High School:||Valley Christian|
Coach Bento-Jackson on Walker: "We look forward to this being Tracey's breakout year. She has the ability to tremendously impact the game both offensively and defensively. She is very explosive off the dribble and in the open floor and we feel her explosiveness can create the type of tempo that we prefer to play. Tracey understands our system very well and that knowledge will help her keep everything running effectively."
AS A SENIOR IN 2007-08: Became the 18th Bronco to earn 1,000 career points (Mar. 8) ... named Player of the Game against Bradley at the 2007 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout (Nov. 20-21) ... posted five rebounds in home opener against Boise State (Nov. 18) ... led the game with 19 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists against Bradley (Nov. 20) ... registered an all-around performance with nine points, seven assists and seven rebounds against Long Beach State (Nov. 25) ... played key minutes and set career-highs with eight assists and seven steals against UCSB (Nov. 29) ... recorded 14 points, five assists and two steals against Sac State (Dec. 1) ... dished out five assists and two steals against Pacific (Dec. 8) ... tied career-highs in three-point field goals and 3FG attempts, while posting 15 points and a game-high five assists against Cal Poly (Dec. 12) ... went 4-for-8 from the field, including posting a perfect game from the charity stripe and beyond the arc against Northern Arizona (Dec. 29) ... tied the game-high five assists, while going 3-for-7 from the field against Bakersfield (Jan. 4) ... registered 11 points, pulled down six boards and dished out six assists against Saint Mary's (Jan. 12) ... nearly compiled a triple-double with 16 points, a career-high 11 assists and eight rebounds against LMU (Jan. 17) ... recorded 14 points against Pepperdine (Jan. 19) ... posted a career-high 20 points against San Diego (Jan. 24) ... pulled down 10 rebounds against USF (Jan. 26) ... dished out six assists and pulled down five rebounds against Portland (Jan. 30) ... tied the team-high 14 points and was 3-for-3 from the charity stripe against Gonzaga (Feb. 2) ... led all players with 23 a career-high 23 points against then-No. 6/6 Stanford (Feb. 5) ... added 11 points and a team-high eight rebounds against Saint Mary's (Feb. 9) ... registered a career-high 27 points and recorded her third double-double of the season with 11 rebounds against Pepperdine (Feb. 14) ... led the Broncos with 12 points, going 5-for-6 from the charity stripe, and pulled down seven boards against San Diego (Feb. 21) ... led the Broncso with 21 points and compiled a .450 (9-20) FG PCT against USF (Feb. 23) ... led the Broncos with 21 points and a game-high six steals while tying her personal best nine free throws against Gonzaga (Feb. 28) ... tied the game-high 17 points and posted a game-high four steals against Portland (Mar. 1) ... added 12 points and six rebounds against USF (Mar. 6) ... scored her career 1,000th point after posted 25 against San Diego (Mar. 8)
AS A JUNIOR IN 2006-07: Played in 29 games, starting five ... averaged 8.5 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 2.17 steals a game ... scored in double figures 12 times on the year ... started season opener at Long Beach State, scoring eight points and grabbing six rebounds ... scored 12 points in win at Boise State on Nov. 20 ... scored 12 points and pulled down six rebounds to go with four steals in win over Fresno State on Dec. 9 ... dished out career-high seven assists to go with 12 points and four rebounds in win over Toledo on Dec. 28 ... scored 16 points Jan. 18 against San Diego ... had 13 points and five assists against San Francisco on Jan. 20 ... scored 16 points, grabbed seven rebounds, and had four assists at Loyola Marymount on Jan. 27 ... turne din career day of 20 points, six steals, five assists and four rebounds against Gonzaga on Feb. 10.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005-06: Was named the team's Most Outstanding Defensive Player ... ranked seventh in the West Coast Conference with 1.55 steals per game ... appeared in all 31 games, starting 30 ... averaged 8.5 points and was second on the team with 5.4 rebounds per game ... registered 12 double-digit scoring games ... scored 15 points and grabbed six rebounds against Kansas State on Nov. 26 ... scored 13 points and pulled down five boards against UC Irvine on Dec. 4 ... turned in consecutive 16-point, six-rebound games against Hawaii (12/10) and Montana (12/13) ... grabbed a then-career-high nine rebounds to go with 12 points on Dec. 17 against San Jose State ... scored a career-high 17 points and again grabbed nine rebounds to go with six steals on Jan. 6 at Gonzaga ... notched her first-career double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds in helping the Broncos clinch the WCC regular-season title at Pepperdine on Feb. 25 ... pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds in a semifinal WCC Tournament victory over San Francisco.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004-05: Named the team's Most Improved Player... saw action in all 31 contests... pulled down at least four rebounds on nine occasions... made collegiate debut against Fresno State and posted three points... went 3-4 from long range for nine points at Hawaii... added a career-high 14-point effort against UC Davis, going 7-10 from the field... added five rebounds against the Aggies... netted five more boards against Portland State... netted three assists against Eastern Washington... scored seven points against Saint Mary's... netted eight first-half points against Loyola Marymount... added 11 points against Gonzaga... netted three assists at Pepperdine and recorded a team-leading seven rebounds at Loyola Marymount... went a perfect 4-4 from the free throw line in the first round of the WCC Championship against San Francisco... netted eight points against Stanford in the NCAA First Round.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played guard for head coach Greg Marshall at Valley Christian High School in San Jose... the Central Coast Section's Senior of the Year... averaged 25 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and five steals... was also the CCS's Freshman and Sophomore of the Year in 2001 and '02, with an injury as a junior preventing the career sweep... a two-time Division 4 All-State honoree... holds school records in total assists, steals rebounds, three-point field goals made and three-point field goal percentage while also holding the single-season mark for points... recorded five triple-doubles as a senior and set a CCS single-game scoring record, notching 53 points against Fremont of Oakland... reached the 30-point plateau on eight occasions while recording more than 20 points 26 times... also participated in track & field and tennis.
PERSONAL: Full name is Tracey Natasha Walker... born in Hayward, Calif.... parents are Ken and Judy Walker... has a two siblings... major is undeclared.
Walker's Career Statistics
Walker's Career Highs
|Points||27||vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2008|
|Field Goals||10||vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2008|
|FG Attempts||24||vs. San Diego, March 8, 2008|
|3-Pt Field Goals||5||twice, last vs. San Diego, March 8, 2008|
|3-Pt FG Attempts||10||vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2008|
|Free Throws||9||three times, last vs. Gonzaga, Feb. 28, 2008|
|FT Attempts||12||twice, last vs. Saint Mary's, Feb. 3, 2007|
|Rebounds||13||vs. San Francisco, Mar. 4, 2006|
|Assists||11||at Loyola Marymount, Jan. 17, 2008|
|Blocked Shots||1||six times, last vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2008|
|Steals||7||vs. UC Santa Barbara, Nov. 29, 2007|
|Minutes||45||vs. Pepperdine, Feb. 14, 2008|