Kenzie De Boer
Kenzie De Boer


Lynden, Wash.

High School:
Lynden Christian School




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Montana at Southern Utah Wednesday night in Cedar City, Utah; teams tied for second in the Big Sky


Lady Griz face another tough test Tuesday

Montana plays at Wyoming Tuesday, with tipoff at 7 p.m. in Laramie


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Maroon and Silver scrimmage to begin around 7:30 p.m. following the men's scrimmage


Lady Griz opening week news and notes


Lady Griz at the NCAA tournament

Lady Griz at the NCAA tournament


Montana vs. Georgia (3/23/13)

Montana vs. Georgia (3/23/13)


Lady Griz in Spokane -- The day before Georgia

Lady Griz in Spokane -- The day before Georgia


Montana vs. Northern Colorado (3/16/13)

Montana vs. Northern Colorado (3/16/13)


Montana vs. Sacramento State (3/15/13)

Montana vs. Sacramento State (3/15/13)

2011-12 (junior season)
* Academic All-Big Sky Conference
* Honorable mention All-Big Sky Conference
* Voted the team's Outstanding Defensive Player

Played in all 30 games, getting 29 starts ... Averaged 10.8 points and 3.5 rebounds while playing 25.5 minutes per game ... Scoring average ranked second on the team ... Ranked first in steals (72) and free throw percentage (.850) and second in assists (59) ... Got to the line at least 100 times for the third straight season ... Free throw percentage ranked second in the Big Sky, steals average (2.4/g) fifth ... 72 steals was the sixth-highest total in Lady Griz single-season history ... Had 18 double-figure scoring games, with a season-high 17 against Gonzaga (12.11) ... Grabbed a career-high 14 rebounds against CSU Bakersfield (12.8) and dished out a career-high seven assists versus Northern Arizona (3.3) ... Picked off at least two steals in 21 of 30 games ... Had 15 steals in a three-game stretch in early December.

2010-11 (sophomore season)
* Academic All-Big Sky Conference
* Big Sky Conference All-Tournament Team
* One-time Big Sky Conference Player of the Week
* Voted the team's Outstanding Defensive Player

Played in 30 of 33 games, averaging 25.5 minutes ... Missed the season's first three games with a broken finger ... Started the season's final 23 games at the point ... Averaged 8.0 points and 3.2 rebounds per game ... Ranked second on the team in scoring during Big Sky play (8.6/g) ... Led the team in both assists (60) and steals (54) ... Ranked ninth in the Big Sky in steals (1.8/g) ... Got to the free throw line 4.0 times per game, best on the team ... Had 12 double-figure scoring games, with nine coming after the first of the year ... Scored a season-high 15 points in 53-51 win at Northern Colorado (2.12.11) ... Grabbed nine rebounds against Portland State (3.3.11) and dished out five assists in 78-35 victory over Sacramento State (1.8.11) ... Had at least one steal in 24 of 30 games played.

2009-10 (freshman season)
* Academic All-Big Sky Conference

Played in all 29 games, averaging 20.4 minutes ... Had four early-season starts ... Finished third on the team in scoring (9.4/g) ... Scored a season-high 23 points in collegiate debut at Colorado State (11.13) ... Totaled 12 double-figure scoring games ... Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds in 76-67 road win at Montana State (1.23) ... Got to the free throw line 115 times, second-most on the team, converting 75.7 percent to rank eighth in the Big Sky Conference ... Finished third on the team with 30 steals and tied for third with 40 assists.

Career Highs (entering the 2012-13 season)
Points: 23, Colorado State (11.13.09)
Rebounds: 14, CSU Bakersfield (12.8.11)
Assists: 7, Northern Arizona (3.3.12)
Blocks: 3, Northern Arizona (3.4.10)
Steals: 6, two times
3FG made: 3, Northern Colorado (2.11.12)
FT made: 11, Northern Arizona (3.4.10)
FT attempted: 15, vs. Northern Arizona (3.4.10)
Minutes played: 38, Northern Colorado (2.11.12)
Double-doubles: 1
Double-figure scoring games: 42
Double-figure rebounding games: 1

Prep: A 2009 graduate of Lynden Christian School ... Graduated as the Lyncs' all-time leading scorer with 1,589 career points ... Led LCHS to a four-year record of 103-9 with four top-four finishes at Washington state tournaments ... A first-team all-state selection as a sophomore, junior and senior ... Led Lynden Christian to the 2008 Class 1A state championship and a 29-0 record.

Personal: Born March 20, 1991, in Bellingham, Wash. ... The daughter of Morrie and Darlene De Boer ... Has an older sister, Tessa, and an older brother, Taylor ... A communication studies major.

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