Junior Year (2006-07)
Played in 12 games ... Made first career field goal and tied career-high three rebounds in four minutes against Saint Joseph's (2/23/07) ... Scored first point of season and matched career-high's of three boards and an assist against San Diego State (12/30/06) in Surf `N Slam Classic Championship game ... Added two rebounds against both Fordham (1/12/07) and St. Bonaventure (2/11/07) ... Also had block, third of career, versus Bonnies ... Named team's Unsung Hero for second consecutive season.
Sophomore Year (2005-06)
Saw action in 12 contests ... Played career-high 10 minutes versus Yale (12/20/05) ... Connected on free throw, grabbed career-best three rebounds, and tied career-high with one steal against Bulldogs ... Made appearances versus top-ranked Tennessee (12/7/05) and nationally-ranked Temple (1/11/06) ... Snagged two boards at St. Bonaventure (2/12/05) ... Dished out first career assist versus Saint Louis (2/6/06) ... Also had steal versus Fordham (1/27/06) ... Had blocked shot versus SMU (12/13/05) ... Winner of team's Unsung Hero Award.
Freshman Year (2004-05)
Appeared in 10 games ... Notched her first career rebound versus East Carolina (11/21/04) ... Tallied her first blocked shot at Dayton (1/14/05) ... Scored the first point of her career with a free throw at Duquesne (2/10/05).
Averaged 13.4 points per outing and 11.2 boards per game as a senior ... Also averaged 4.6 blocked shots per game in her final campaign ... Named to the NIKE Tournament of Champions Team after her junior and senior seasons ... Two-time all-state and all-region choice ... Named to Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-America Team ... Led Mountain View to three state and regional championships ... Member of the Utah Pride for one season ... Also competed for the Mountain View volleyball and track and field teams.
Lora Lynn Mitchell ... Born November 24, 1985 in Orem, UT ... Daughter of Terrie and Kevin Mitchell ... Three brothers, Conner, Willie, and Scott, and four sisters, Summer, Eleanor, Mary, and Rachael ... Enjoys snowboarding ... Would like to become a sports agent ... Majoring in political science and psychology.
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