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#24 Megan Waytashek
Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 6'0"
Year: Graduate
Hometown: Lino Lakes, Minn.
High School: Centennial H.S.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Experience: 3 Letters
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Records: Finished career 13th in career scoring with 1,390 points ... school record holder in career free-throw percentage (.849, 361-425) ... ranks 13th in scoring average (11.3), 16th in field goals (431), 14th in field goal attempts (1,016), 17th in field goal percentage (.424), fifth in free throws (361), 12th in free-throw attempts (425), eighth in three-pointers (167), sixth in three-point attempts (461), 11th in three-point percentage (.362), 17th in assists (209), 17th in assists per game (1.71), 20th in steals (125) and 19th in steals per game (1.02).

2014-15: First-team all-Summit League and All-Academic Team honoree ... named to the Capital One Academic All-America second team and to the All-District 6 team ... named to The Summit League All-Tournament team ... started 31 games ... did not play at South Dakota (1/17) and at Denver (2/11) due to illness and injury ... recorded the third-most free throws (14) and fourth-most free-throw attempts (16) in a single SDSU Division I game vs. Middle Tennessee State (12/15) ... ranked 8th overall and 10th in The Summit League in scoring, 15th and 16th in field goal percentage, 10th and 11th in three-point percentage, 9th and 10th in three-pointers per game, 6th and 11th in free-throw percentage, 10th and 8th in steals ... led team in scoring (14.1), three-point field goals (50) and steals (43) while shooting 43 percent from the field, 38.2 percent from three-point range and 81.8 percent from the foul line ... became SDSU’s 33rd 1,000-point scorer at No. 18 DePaul (11/22) ... scored in double digits in 24 of 31 games and had 7 20-plus point games and one double-double ... led team in points 12 times, in rebounds 4 times, in assists 7 times and in steals 15 times ... shot 50 percent-or-better in 10 games and was perfect from the free-throw line 11 times ... sank three-or-more three-pointers in six games ... recorded fifth career double-double with 22 points, on 10-of-19 shooting, and 11 rebounds in a win at Western Illinois (1/21) ... scored a season-high 26 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the field, including a season-best five three-pointers, and making one free throw at DePaul ... sank a career-high 14 free throws on a personal-best 16 attempts in a win over Middle Tennessee State (12/15) ... recorded 12 points and tied a career high with six assists vs. Omaha (1/15) ... tied a career high with four steals vs. Northern Illinois (11/29) and vs. Western Illinois (2/26) ... recorded two blocks vs. South Dakota (3/10) in The Summit League championship game to tie a personal best ... played a season-high 38 minutes in the win at No. 25 Arkansas (12/4) ... earned Summit League Player of the Week twice and Mid-Major Summit League Player of the Week once ... averaged 18 points and 5.3 rebounds while shooting 48.6 percent from the field, 50 percent three-point range and 78.5 percent from the free-throw line vs. three ranked opponents—No. 18 DePaul, No. 25 Arkansas (12/4) and No. 10 Oregon State (3/20).

2013-14: First-team all-Summit League and All-Academic Team honoree ... named to the Capital One Academic All-District 6 Team ... Summit League All-Academic Team honoree ... Distinguished Scholar on Summit League Honor Roll and named to the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence ... started 35 of 36 games ... set the school record and tied The Summit League record for free-throw percentage in a single season (.918) and ranked sixth in the NCAA ... tied the Division I SDSU single game record for free-throw percentage, making 10 free throws at South Dakota (3/2) ... recorded the fifth-most field goals (316), fourth-most free throws (135), fifth-most free-throw attempts (147), seventh-most three-point field goal attempts (161) in a single season in Division I at SDSU ... ranked first overall and second in league play in The Summit League in free-throw percentage and eighth overall in scoring  ... led team in scoring (11.8), tied for second in rebounds (4.6) and third in assists (64) ... scored in double digits in 22 of 36 games and had four 20-plus point games and one double-double ... led team in points 14 times, in rebounds 9 times, in assists 6 times and in steals 7 times ... made 10-or-more free throws in three games ... posted 20-plus points for the fourth time with 20 points vs. Indiana (3/30) in the WNIT ... averaged 13 points and 4.6 rebounds while shooting 94.7 percent from the free-throw line in five WNIT games ... had a string of 32 consecutive made free throws, three shy of the school record, snapped vs. South Dakota (3/10) in The Summit League semifinals ... played a season-high 35 minutes vs. South Dakota (2/2) ... suffered an ankle injury just seven minutes into the Western Illinois game (2/15) ... blocked a season- and career-high two shots in a win vs. Omaha (2/13) ... posted 20-plus points for the third time with 20 points vs. South Dakota (2/2) ... earned The Summit League Mid-Major Player of the Week (2/3) following the South Dakota game ... recorded double-double with a game-high 23 points and a personal-best 13 rebounds in a win at Western Illinois (1/16) ... registered a season-high three steals at Western Illinois and vs. South Dakota (2/2) ... tied her career high with six assists three times, the last in a win at North Dakota State (1/25) ... tied her season best with four three-pointers in the win over then-No. 12/12 Penn State (12/11) ... scored a season-high 26 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the field and 11 of 12 from the foul line vs. Pepperdine (11/21) ... tallied 11 points and was 6 for 6 from the foul line at Creighton (11/12) ... scored a team-high 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting from three-point range in the season opener at BYU (11/8).

2012-13: First-team all-Summit League and All-Academic Team honoree ... three-time Summit League Player of the Week ... Distinguished Scholar on Summit League Honor Roll and named to the Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence .... started all 33 games and finished second on team in scoring (13.6 ppg) and third in rebounding (4.3 rpg) ... reached double figures in scoring 23 times, including pair of 30-point games and three double-doubles ... opened season by being named to all-tournament team at University of Minnesota’s Best Buy Classic ... scored 10 points in season opener vs. Villanova (11/10), followed by 13-point outing in overtime win against Washington State (11/11) ... posted first career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds in home win over Middle Tennessee State ... made game-winning basket in closing seconds, finishing with 17 points and career-high 4 steals against Eastern Michigan (12/4) ... went three for three from three-point range en route to 23 points at Northern Iowa (12/8) and earned Summit League weekly honors ... turned in double-double performance of 15 points and 11 rebounds vs. Kansas City (1/3) ... had a string of 22 consecutive made free throws during season ... made six for nine three-pointers and scored game-winning basket on putback as time expired as part of 30-point, 11-rebound performance at Fort Wayne (1/12) ... 33 points at Kansas City, which included 7-of-10 shooting from three-point range, were the most in a game by a Jackrabbit player during the Division I era (2/2) ... made a three-pointer in each Summit League tournament game, averaging nine points and five rebounds per game ... recorded 11 points and 7 rebounds in championship game vs. South Dakota (3/12) ... was six for six from the free-throw line en route to eight points in NCAA Tournament contest vs. South Carolina.

2011-12: Saw action off the bench in six games ... scored five points and grabbed two rebounds in season debut at Middle Tennessee State (11/17) ... contributed six points, four rebounds and two assists in home victory over Washington State (11/20) ... last action of season came at Marquette, grabbing two rebounds in two minutes of play (12/19) before suffering a knee injury.

2010-11: Played in first 16 games of the season ... made first career start in Summit League road opener at Southern Utah (12/29) ... scored in double figures twice: 13 points at Purdue (11/18) and 11 points at Utah State (12/20) ... was two of three from three-point range and hauled in six rebounds at Purdue ... contributed four points, six rebounds, three assists and two blocked shots in home victory over Illinois State (11/24) ... tallied nine points and six rebounds at Middle Tennessee State (11/28) ... scored nine points and dished five assists in victory over Centenary in what proved to be her final appearance of the season (1/10) due to an injury.

HIGH SCHOOL: Compiled an impressive list of credentials, both athletically and academically, at Centennial High School ... in basketball, lettered four years and was a three-time all-conference selection en route to career totals of 1,177 points and 671 rebounds ... two-time all-state selection ... as a senior, was a finalist for the Minnesota Miss Basketball award and was named to the all-Metro First Team by both the Minneapolis Star Tribune and St. Paul Pioneer Press after ranking second in the Twin Cities area with an average of 22.2 points per game ... also nominated for Minnesota Gatorade Player of the Year and McDonald’s All-America recognition ... ranked among top 100 high school players by ESPN ... team finished as runner-up at state tournament her junior season ... lettered four times and was a three-time all-conference pick in volleyball ... received academic all-state honors from the Minnesota Girls’ Basketball Association and member of the National Honor Society ... involved in school government and peer leadership program.