Women's Hoops' Shinoda, French Graduate

June 14, 2013

The women's basketball staff with Blair Shinoda and Cortney French at Friday's graduation ceremonies.

DAVIS, Calif. - Women's basketball standouts Blair Shinoda and Cortney French wrapped up their UC Davis careers with graduation ceremonies on Friday.

Shinoda, a sociology major, played a team-high 30.6 minutes per game while starting all 30 contests. She averaged 5.8 points and two rebounds per game while shooting 32.8 percent from three-point range. 

French, a mangerial economics major, was a an honorable mention all-Big West selection after finishing fourth in the league averaging 2.2 three-pointers per game. French started 28 contests while playing 26.1 minutes per game. She was second on the team in scoring, averaging 10.3 points per game while shooting 32.3 percent from long range. The deep threat set a school record with 171 career three-pointers after knocking down a team-best 60 as a senior.

"The things that they've achieved have been amazing and have really us helped take our program to new heights," said head coach Jennifer Gross. "I want to thank them for their efforts."