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  • DATE OF BIRTH:

  • June 21, 1996

  • HEIGHT:

  • 6' 0"

  • GRADUATING CLASS:

  • 2019

DRAFT HISTORY

ADDITIONAL NOTES

  • Opted not to enter 2019 WNBA Draft due to injury. Laska originally was going to return to USF as a redshirt senior but decided to play professional basketball in her home country of Latvia playing for TTT Riga.

    https://www.tttriga.lv/lv/

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Senior CLASS Award Candidate (2018-19)
Lindy's Sports Preseason Third Team All-American
American Athletic Conference Preseason Unanimous First Team
WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2017-18)
WBCA All-Region 3 (2017-18)
American Athletic Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year (2017-18)
American Athletic Conference All-Championship Team (2017-18)
American Athletic Conference First Team  (2017-18)
The American Player of the week (Nov. 17, Dec. 18, Feb. 12)
NCAA Starting 5 
espnW National Player of the Week (Feb. 13, 2018)
USBWA National Player of the Week (Dec. 19, 2017, Feb. 13, 2018)
Citizen Naismith Trophy National Player of the Week (Feb. 13, 2018)
Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Final 5 | Final 10 | Preseason Watch List (2017-18); Preseason Watch List (2018-19)
Wade Trophy Watch List (2017-18; 2018-19)
Women’s Citizen Naismith Trophy watch list (2017-18; 2018-19)
The American Preseason All-Conference First Team (2017-18)
WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2016-17)
WBCA All-Region 3 (2016-17)
American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team (2016-17)
American Athletic Conference First Team (Unanimous, 2016-17)
American Athletic Conference Preseason First Team (2016-17)
American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year (Unanimous, 2015-16)
American Athletic Conference Second Team (2015-16)
American Athletic Conference Freshman Team (Unanimous, 2015-16)
USBWA National Freshman of the Week (Jan. 21, 2016)

2018-2019 (SENIOR): Named to the preseason Ann Meyers Drysdale watchlist, Wade Award watchlist, Wooden Award watchlist and Citizen Naismith Trophy watchlist … Candidate for the Senior CLASS Award … Suffered season-ending injury of ACL and meniscus tear against Bethune-Cookman (Nov. 15) … Finished USF career sixth on the all-time scoring list (1,715), third on point average list (17.8), first on the free throw percentage list (.896) and second on the three-point field goal percentage list (.391) … Broke double-digits in all three appearances this season.
2017-18 (JUNIOR): WBCA All-America Honorable Mention... WBCA All-Region 3... all-conference first team... Ann Meyers Drysdale Finalist... preseason all-conference first team... started all 34 games, leading the Bulls in scoring with 21.1 points per game, ranking second in The American... led NCAA in Free Throw Percentage (96.5) and only missed four attempts the entire season... broke USF's junior single season scoring record with 717 points, which ranks second in USF's single season scoring record... only player in NCAA DI to record two 40-point performances and scored at least 30 points in five games and at least 20 points in 18 games... scored a career-high 41 points against No. 13 Ohio State (Feb. 11)... led the Bulls in scoring 20 times and netted double-figures in 32 of the Bulls' 34 contests... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds against LSU (Nov. 10)... set an NCAA single game record of 11-consecutive three-point field goals against Southern U (Dec. 15)... scored 1,000th point against LSU (Nov. 10) and became the second fastest player in program history to reach the milestone (63 games, 15.9 points per game).

2016-17 (SOPHOMORE): WBCA All-America Honorable Mention... WBCA All-Region 3... unanimous all-conference first team... Junkanoo Jam all-tournament team... preseason all-conference first team...started all 33 games, leading the Bulls in scoring 19.2 points per game, ranking third in The American... broke USF's sophomore single season scoring record with 634, which ranks fifth in USF's single season scoring record... recorded six 30-point performances and scored at least 20 points in 12 games... recorded her first career double-double against North Carolina (34 points | 10 rebounds)... dished out a career best four assists against FIU (Nov. 30)... made a career high eight three-pointers versus Georgia (Nov. 26)... shot 100% from behind the arc (6-for-6) at Tulsa (Feb. 25)... listed in the NCAA Starting 5 twice (Nov. 30 & Feb. 15). 

2015-16 (FRESHMAN): Unanimous American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year... American Athletic Conference Second Team... Turned in one of the best performances by a freshman at USF... second on the team in points scored (364), which ranks fourth in the freshman record books... tallied 74-three pointers, a new freshman record and ranks fourth all-time in a single season...played in 29 games, started 16, missed six games due to injury (ankle)...scored 38 pointes against SMU (1/7/16)... named USBWA National Freshman of the Week... 38 points was most scored ever by a freshman at USF and in The American... 38 points was the second most points scored in a game in the history of The American...averaged 27.5 minutes per game.

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