3 Alaina Walker
3 Alaina Walker
Height: 5-9
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Pomona, N.Y.
High School: Albertus Mangus
Position: G

Career Stats

As A Sophomore (2010-11)
| Game-By-Game Stats
Played in all 33 games, starting 32 of them ... logged 23.8 minutes per game while almost always guarding the opposing team’s best player ... finished second on the team with a .421 field goal percentage, going 56-133 from the floor... was also second on the team in conference play with a .463 field goal percentage, going 25-54 ... was second on the team in rebounding at 5.1 per game ... finished tied for second with 59 assists, 29 of which came in conference play ... had the best assist-to-turnover ratio on the team at 1.18 ... increased her scoring output during the A-10 slate as she averaged 5.2 points per game on the season, but 5.6 per game in conference play ... netted double figures six times, with a high of 11 coming twice, first at home against Kent State (Jan. 2) and again at home against Massachusetts (Jan. 29) ... fell just short of a double-double on several occasions ... grabbed 10 rebounds at Marist (Dec. 4) … scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds at home against Canisius (Dec. 7) ... scored 11 points and snagged eight boards against Kent State (Jan. 2) ... had eight points and eight rebounds at home against Rhode Island (Jan. 22) ... went for 10 points and six boards in the RC against Duquesne (Feb. 12), going 8-of-10 from the free throw line ... boosted her game in the A-10 tournament opening-round game against Fordham (Mar. 4) when she grabbed a career-high-tying 12 rebounds while scoring nine points.

As A Freshman (2009-10) | Game-By-Game Stats
Played in all but one game due to an injury, averaging 18.6 minutes per game off the bench … spent 20 or more minutes on the floor in 15 games … finished the season averaging 4.4 points and 3.0 rebounds per game … averaged 5.6 points and 3.4 rebounds per game in Atlantic 10 play … tallied 142 points while going 56-of-140 from the field … was the team-high rebounder in four games, including a season-high nine against Akron (Nov. 15) … dished out 37 assists, including 18 in conference play … grabbed 19 steals … went 30-of-45 from the line … scored 10 or more points in three games … scored six points in the season opener at Binghamton (Nov. 13) … grabbed a team-high eight rebounds in the victory over Bowling Green (Dec. 12) while passing out three assists … went 5-for-8 for 10 points in the win against IUPUI (Dec. 29) at the Christmas City Classic … added six points in the conference opener versus Saint Louis (Jan. 9) … passed out a season-high five assists at Dayton (Jan. 16) … scored 10 points at La Salle (Jan. 20) … played a season-high 30 minutes in the loss against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 6) going 5-for-8 from the field and 3-for-3 at the line for a season-high 13 points … also grabbed a team-high five rebounds against the Hawks … scored six points going 3-for-4 from the field in the win at Duquesne (Feb. 20) … went 4-for-8 from the line against Dayton (Mar. 6) in the Atlantic 10 Championships.

High School
Finished her senior year averaging 20.3 points, 6.2 rebounds, 2.6 steals, 5.3 assists and 1.0 blocks per game ... earned a spot on the first team All-State and All-Section ... named as the Rockland County Player of the Year ... ended her season as the all-time leading scorer at Albertus ... selected as MVP of Section 1 Class A ... led the Falcons to a 25-3 season ... earned two consecutive Journal News Player of the Year honors her senior and junior seasons ... landed an All-League selection her senior, junior and sophomore years ... made fourth team All-State her junior year after averaging 22.3 points, 7.1 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 6.2 assists ... garnered Honorable Mention All-Section her rookie season.

Born on Dec. 16, 1990 ... daughter of Barbara and Ronald Walker ... has one sister, Seanna (22) ... dad played basketball at Syracuse ... made the principal's list ... played with the WBA Lady Knicks ... volunteered with Big Brothers, Big Sisters ... business management major.