Arielle Wideman
Arielle  Wideman


Chino Hills, Calif.

High School:
Bishop Amat




Wolf Pack Hold On For 99-95 Win At San Jose State

Nevada outscores Spartans 54-28 in the paint


Nevada comes back to top New Mexico as Sharp hits milestone

Wideman scores 24 in the win.


Nevada's win streak snapped at three

Pack falls at Fresno State


Pack blows by San Diego State for fifth win in six games

Nevada matches school record with 11 3-pointers


Mungedi, Wideman record double-doubles in OT win at Air Force

Lathan has career-high eight off the bench


Jane Albright, Danika Sharp and Arielle Wideman talk to the media

Jane Albright, Danika Sharp and Arielle Wideman talk to the media following the Wolf Pack's loss to San Francisco State.

SENIOR (2013-14) - All-Mountain West Honorable Mention ... Academic All-Mountain West honoree ... appeared and started in all 31 games for Nevada during her final season ... logged a team-high 887 minutes of playing time, averaging 28.6 minutes per game ... played a season-high 36 minutes twice, at Air Force (2/1) and against New Mexico (2/15) ... tallied 328 points on the year, averaging 10.6 points per game (career-high) ... scored in double figures in 15 games, including a career-high 24 points against New Mexico (2/15) on 10-of-16 shooting ... scored in all 31 games this season, and ended the year by scoring in double-digits in eight of her last 10 contests ... grabbed 136 total rebounds (63 off, 73 def) to average 4.4 boards per game ... pulled down a career-best nine rebounds early in the season versus UC Irvine (11/17) ... shot 44 percent (109-of-246) from the field (14th in the Mountain West), hit 18-of-51 (35 percent) of her three-point attempts, and connected on 79 percent (92-of-117) of her free throws (seventh in the league) ... ranked fifth in the conference in assists (136 total, 4.4 apg) and led the team with 43 steals ... posted the fifth-best assist/turnover ratio in the Mountain West (1.6) ... dished out a career-high 10 assists at Air Force (2/1) to post a double-double by adding 11 points ... registered 10 games with perfect free throw percentages, including a 7-of-7 performance at New Mexico (3/1) ... posted 13 games with at least five assists ... scored 17 points during her final collegiate game, the semifinals contest against Fresno State (3/14) ... her 136 assists is a career-high and ranks as the sixth-highest single-season total in program history ... finishes her four-year collegiate career with 793 points (6.6 ppg), 401 rebounds (3.3 rpg), 383 assists (third all-time at Nevada), 14 blocks, 146 steals (eighth all-time) in 121 career games (80 starts) ... recorded 223 free throws during her career (ninth all-time) and compiled a .774 career free throw percentage (223-of-288), seventh all-time ... posted a .369 career field goal percentage (267-of-723) and a .271 three-point field goal percentage (36-of-133)

JUNIOR (2012-13) - Appeared and started in all 31 games ... led the team in assists with 3.6 assists per game ... racked up 1,014 minutes of playing time, averaging 32.7 minutes per game ... saw all 40 minutes against San Diego State (2/23) ... scored 253 points on the year, averaging 8.2 points per game ... tallied double-digits in points in 10 games, including a season-high 17 against CSU Bakersfield (1/5) where she also collected nine assists and hit 10-of-12 shots from the foul line ... dished out 111 assists, posted four blocks and led the team with 63 steals ... grabbed 152 total rebounds (68 off, 84 def) to average 4.9 rebounds per game ... pulled down season-best eight boards in four games ... registered at least four assists in 12 contests ... shot 32 percent (76-of-239) from the field, hit 14 three-pointers, and knocked in 78 percent (87-of-112) of her free throws ... recorded at least two points and two rebounds in all 31 games of the season ... posted a career-high six steals against Boise State (2/27) and collected at least three steals in nine games ... selected as team captain by head coach Jane Albright

SOPHOMORE (2011-12) - Saw time in all 30 of Nevada's games, making 18 starts ... logged 834 minutes on the court, averaging 27.8 minutes per game ... played a season-high 38 minutes early in the year against Butler (11/25) ... put up 175 points on the year, averaging 5.8 points per game ... scored in double figures in six games, including the first three contests of the season ... produced a season-best 15 points versus Binghamton (11/20) while adding five rebounds, three assists and a steal ... snagged 97 total rebounds (38 off, 59 def) to average 3.2 rebounds per game ... dished out 110 assists, posted six blocks and 30 steals ... racked up a career-high 12 assists at CSU Bakersfield (1/10) ... accumulated at least four assists in 14 games ... shot 34 percent (69-of-201) from the field, knocked down four three-pointers, and hit 73 percent (33-of-45) of her free throw attempts ... finished the year with three steals in back-to-back contests, against Louisiana Tech (3/3) and versus Utah State (3/7) ... grabbed a season-high seven rebounds early in the season against Butler (11/25), adding four assists and two steals

FRESHMAN (2010-11) - Academic All-WAC ... appeared in 29 games during her rookie season ... collected 193 minutes of playing time, averaging 6.7 minutes per game ... scored 37 points on the year, averaging 1.3 points per game ... posted a season-best five points versus Ball State (12/21) ... grabbed 16 rebounds (5 off, 11 def) ... dished out 26 assists, posted four blocks and 10 steals ... shot 35 percent (13-of-37) from the field, and hit 79 percent (11-of-14) from the free throw line

HIGH SCHOOL - Attended Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, Calif. ... Was named Del Rey League MVP in 2009-10 ... Averaged 18 points per game as a senior ... Named first team all-state (Div. 3) as a senior ... Also named Player of the Year (San Gabriel Valley) ... In 2008-09 was named to the first team All-San Gabriel Valley and to the All-Del Rey league ... As a junior, she averaged 11.3 points per game and 9.0 rebounds per game ... Named second team All-Del Rey League in 2007-08

PERSONAL - Majoring in psychology and wants to be a pediatrician or professional basketball player ... Was a member of the National Honor Society, the Black Scholastic Achievement Club and First Honors Academics in high school ... Likes to shop, go to church and hang out with friends in her spare time ... Chose Nevada for the coaches, atmosphere and campus ... Favorite sports moment was winning the Southern Section CIF Championship ... Sports heroes are Kobe Bryant and Diana Taurasi ... born in April of 1992

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