League-record 734 student-athletes honored
League-record 734 student-athletes honored
Pack placed 87 on the spring list
Bergman transferred to Nevada from Pacific
JUNIOR (2016-17) – Mountain West Scholar-Athlete and part of the All-MW academic team … Played in all 30 games of the season with six starts and finished the year with three consecutive starts … Got her first start of the season on the road at San Diego State (1/4) … Logged 545 minutes on the floor to average 18.2 minutes per game … Scored 199 points on the year, averaging 6.6 per game … Connected on 37.5 percent (69-of-184) of her shots from the field, 31.8 percent (41-of-129) from beyond the arc and 62.5 percent (20-of-32) from the free throw line … Her 41 made three-pointers were a career high in a season and were second-most on the team … Pulled down 74 rebounds (25 off, 49 def) to average 2.5 rebounds per game … Dished out a career-high 35 assists and had six blocks and 18 steals … Scored in double figures in eight times, including the first two games of the season with 11 against Long Beach State (11/11) and 12 in the win over Portland (11/13) … Posted the first 20-point game of her career on the road at San Jose State (12/29), pouring in 21 points after she hit a career-best five three-pointers … Fell one rebound shy of the first double-double of her career during the home win over Air Force (2/15) as she finished with 11 points and a career-high nine rebounds and two blocks in 30 minutes played … Registered a career-high five assists during the home finale win over San Jose State (2/28) where she also scored 16 points … Scored in all but four games … Letter winner.
SOPHOMORE (2015-16) – Mountain West Scholar-Athlete and part of the All-MW academic team … Saw time in 29 games, making 13 starts during her first full season with the Wolf Pack … Got her first start during the win over San Francisco State (12/8) … Logged 467 minutes on the floor to average 16.1 minutes per game … Averaged 5.5 points and 1.9 rebounds per game … Scored a total of 159 points, collected 54 rebounds (9 off, 45 def), 22 assists, 13 blocks and 24 steals … Shot 33.9 percent (56-of-165) from the field, 28.2 percent (29-of-103) from beyond the arc and 62.1 percent (18-of-29) from the free throw line … Ranked second on the team in made three-pointers with 29 … Posted a season-best four blocks against San Francisco State (12/8) … Started eight straight games from Jan. 20 through Feb. 17 … Hit three shots from beyond the arc three different times, including two consecutive games vs. UNLV (2/20) and at Utah State (2/24) … Played a season-high 29 minutes during a road game at Utah State (2/24) … Scored in double figures in four games, including a season-best 14 points during a win over Air Force (1/9) … Scored in all but four games played … Letter winner.
PRIOR TO NEVADA – Transfer from the University of the Pacific … Played in two games for the Tigers during her freshman season … Played club basketball for East Bay Xplosion … Sat out the 2014-15 season at Nevada due to NCAA transfer rules.
HIGH SCHOOL – Attended Turlock Christian High School in Turlock, Calif., playing in the Southern League, Division 5 for coach Edwin Santiago … Turlock Christian’s all-time leading scorer with 1,761 points … League MVP (2012), all-league first team (2013), all-district first team (2013), Division 5 Max Preps all-state (2012, 2013), Stanislaus District Basketball Player of the Year (2013), Sportsmen of Stanislaus Outstanding Athlete nominee (2013, 2014) … Helped her team to a Southern League championship from 2009-13 … Finished as the San Joaquin Division 5 section runner-up in 2010 and 2012 … Reached the Nor Cal Division 5 second round in 2012 and 2013 … Averaged 25.5 points, 8.4 rebounds, 5.0 steals, 4.3 assists and 2.2 blocks per game during her high school career … Served as team captain from 2011-13 … Two-sport letter winner in basketball (2009-13) and track & field (2012) … Served as senior class president and made the high school honor roll all four years.
PERSONAL – Daughter of Leif and Denyse Bergman … Has two younger siblings, sister Hannah and brother Isaac … Her cousin Tommy Mendonca played baseball at Fresno State University … Majoring in business management … The most memorable game of her career was scoring 39 points and upsetting St. Francis in the first round of Division 5 Nor Cal high school playoffs … Enjoys going to the lake, working out, reading and hanging out with family and friends in her spare time … Lists Candace Parker as her sports hero.