Katie Kuklok and Sam Loggins scored 45 total points on a combined 16-of-21 shooting.
At Utah Valley ...
Senior (2008-09): Named honorable mention All-American for third straight season and second straight year by the Associated Press ... finished second in the nation with 26.0 points per game ... was fifth in the country in field goal percentage (.608) and 11th in rebounds (10.8) ... became20th player in NCAA D-I history to record 2,500 points and 1,000 rebounds in career ... scored in double figures in 78 consecutive games and in 103 out of 110 games during career ... started all 110 games during four seasons at UVU ... named Division I Independent Player of the Year for third straight season ... named to D-I Independent Championship All-Tournament Team ... named toDivision I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete Team ... named Great West Conference Player of the Week eight times ... finished with career averages of 22.8 points, 9.5 rebounds and a .571 field goal percentage (all school records) ... was 986-for-1726 from the field in career ... also holds several other school career records including points, rebounds, field goals make, free throws made and blocks ... holds top three scoring seasons in school history including record 701 points in 2008-09 ... had school-record 292 rebounds ... has top four rebounding, made field goals and blocks seasons in school history ... had 20 points or more 21 ties and 30 points or more 10 times ... had back-to-back 40-point games finishing with 41, on 18-for-20 shooting, vs. NJIT on Feb. 28 and 40 vs. NJIT on March 5 in opening game of D-I Independent Championship ... had 16 double-doubles on the year, giving her 48 for her career ... had 24 points and 16 rebounds in win at Boise State on Nov. 29 ... finished with 26 points in win over USC at Hukilau Invitational in Hawaii on Dec. 5 ... had 26 points and 13 rebounds in a loss to SEC Mississippi State on Dec. 19 ... had 34 points and 14 rebounds in overtime win at Portland State on Dec. 29 ... finished with 34 points and 12 rebounds in win over Southern Utah on Jan. 13 ... scored at least 21 points in 13 consecutive games from Jan. 10 thru March 5 ... had career-best nine straight double-doubles from Jan. 27 thru March 5.
Junior (2007-08): Named honorable mention All-America by the Associated Press ... unanimous selection for the Division I Independent Player of the Year, winning award for the second straight season ... earned D-I Independent All-Academic honors and was named to ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District VIII Second Team ... four-time honorable mention WBCA National Player of the Month ... named Independent Player of the Week five times during 07-08 season, twice winning on consecutive weeks (11/21, 11/27, 1/1, 1/8, 2/12) ... tied for fourth in the nation in scoring with 23.8 points per game ... ranked 12th nationally at 57.9 percent from the field ... led independent players in points, field goal percentage, rebounds (9.7) and blocks (1.3) ... passed 1,500 point plateau in a win over Nevada on January 2, 2008 ... had 13 double-doubles ... had 17 points and set a new Cameron Indoor Stadium record with 20 rebounds in a loss at No. 14 Duke on December 18, 2007 ... had 20 points or more 21 times including a stretch of 11 straight 20-point games ... scored at least 30 points five times with her season high of 39 in a win over Seton Hall on November 21, 2007 ... finished with 36 points and 15 rebounds in a win over UC Irvine on November 17, 2007 ... hit at least 50 percent from the field in all but four games including 32 points on 12-for-14 shooting in a win over Western State on December 21, 2007 ... had 34 point, 17 rebounds and six blocks at NJIT on February 2, 2008 ... was named to all-tournament team in helping team to championship at Air Force Classic and to all-tournament team at Independent Championship.
Sophomore (2006-07):Named Honorable Mention All-America by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA), Utah Valley's first All-American at the NCAA level ... jersey among those hanging in "Ring of Honor" at the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee ... Division-I Independent Player of the Year and United Basketball League Player of the Year ... 1st team All-Independent for second straight season ... finished 3rd in the Nation and first among all independent players in scoring with a 23.7 points per game average ... started all 28 games for Utah Valley, averaging 27.2 minutes per game ... reached 1,000 career points in a game at IPFW on February 3, 2007, acheiving the mark in just 49 career games ... named D-I Independent Player of the Week six times (11/28, 12/12, 1/02, 1/16, 2/27, 3/6) ... ranked 2nd in rebounding (9.1) and 1st in field goal percentage (56%) among independents ... field goal percentage also ranked 18th nationally while rebounds ranked 46th ... scored double figures in 27 of 28 games ... reached 20-point plateau 19 times, scored 30-points or more six times and 40+ points once ... led Utah Valley in scoring in 22 out of 28 games, leading the team to its best record (15-13) at the NCAA level ... set a school record with 43 points against Montana State on December 20, 2006, hit 15-for-18 from the free-throw line ... had 29 points and a school record 20 rebounds in a win over Boise State on November 29, 2006 ... had 36 points on 16-for-23 from the field at Portland State on December 20, 2006 ... recorded 11 points/rebounds double-doubles on the year ... also averaged 1.3 assists, 1.1 steals and 1.1 blocks per game ... holds school record in several categories including points per game in a season and career, total points, field goals made and career field goal percentage.
Freshman (2005-06) ... Started all 27 games at center and led Utah Valley and all Independents in scoring (17.6 ppg) and field goal percentage (53%) and was second in rebounds (8.6) and blocks (1.19) ... named Division-I Independent Newcomer of the Year and to All-Independent 1st Team in 2006 ... earned both Player and Newcomer of the Week two time each ... earned Player of the Week honors on January 10, 2006 after recording three straight double-doubles including a 26 points, 12 rebound performance in a 83-74 win over Idaho State ... for the week she averaged 24.7 points, 12.7 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game ... earned player of the week award for the second time on January 24, 2006 after scoring a career high 32 points along with 11 rebounds, 5 blocks and 3 steals in a win over Texas-Pan American on January 17, 2006 ... was named Newcomer of the Week on December 27, 2005 after having 19 points and 8 rebounds at Southern Utah ... received newcomer of the week award for the second time on January 3, 2006 after averaging 18 points and 11 rebounds in wins over Portland and Gonzaga ... scored 21 points and had a career high 19 rebounds in her first college game, an 84-77 loss to Jacksonville State ... had eight double-doubles during the year while scoring at least 20 points on 11 different occasions ... made at least 10 field goals in six different games including a 12-for-14 performance and 29 points in a 75-73 win at Northern Colorado on February 11, 2006 in Utah Valley's first D-I road win in its three-year NCAA history ... hit 10-for-12 from the free throw line in a win over Portland on December 28, 2005 ... hit 16-for-41 (39%) from the three-point line.
Before Utah Valley ... Played high school basketball for Raymond High School in Raymond, Alberta in Canada ... led her team to 2005 4A Provincial Championship ... scored 42 points in the championship game while averaging 37 points-per-game during the tournament ... was named Miss Basketball Alberta in 2005 after averaging 25 points 12 rebounds and four assists per game ... named 2005 League MVP ... named 2003 and 2004 League First Team All-Star ... also played volleyball at Raymond High School ... part of the Cadet Women's (Under-18) Canadian National Team at the USA Basketball Women's Youth Development Festival in Colorado Springs in 2005.
Personal ... Born June 26, 1987 in Pointe Clair, Quebec ... parents are Lloyd and Jackie Fairbanks ... father Lloyd played football in the Canadian Football League (CFL) ... sister Cathy played basketball at Southern Idaho ... brother Todd played football at Eastern Arizona.