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In her fifth and final year in the PACWEST, Pollard once again was outstanding on both sides of the floor leading the Mariners with 15.5 points a game and 9.4 rebounds.
Offensively she shot 31.8% from the field and 22% from downtown. Not only did she lead the Mariners in points and rebounds, but in assists as well averaging 3.2 a game.
On the defensive side she led her club with 43 steals and 22 blocked shots. Her 6.3 defensive rebounds a game was also a team high.
In the classroom she is working towards a career as a dietitian and will graduate this spring. She is currently part of the Sport, Health and Physical Education (SHAPE) program and excelling in it. Just last week she was named a CCAA Academic All-Canadian.
She is highlighted in the PACWEST's “Best In Class,” a feature focused on the student athletes across the Conference that are leaving their mark on athletics and academics.