#32 Ieva Jansone
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)||Agenskalna Gymnasium (Miles)|
2011-2012: Came off the bench to play in 19 of the final 20 games for the Crusaders ... sat out the first 11 contests ... tallied a steal and an assist in 14 minutes of action in Valpo debut against Wright State (Dec. 28) ... scored first career Crusader points with a two-point effort against Detroit (Dec. 31) ... turned in four-point, three-board performance at Loyola (Jan. 19) ... posted season-highs in points (12) and rebounds (5) against Cleveland State (Feb. 4) ... played a season-high 27 minutes against No. 12 Green Bay (Feb. 23) ... snatched two rebounds in regular season finale against Detroit (March 3) ... played four minutes in season-ending loss to No. 10 Green Bay in the quarterfinals of the Horizon League Championships.
2010-2011 (MCC): Started all 32 games as a sophomore ... averaged 16.7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game ... handed out 2.3 assists per contest ... an Honorable Mention Junior College All-American ... named to the All-Region IX Team ... selected to the All-Region IX All-Tournament Team ... the Mon/Dak Conference Player of the Year ... led team to a 25-7 record overall and a 14-0 Mon/Dak Conference mark, winning the league title.
2009-2010 (MCC): Appeared in 32 games, making 21 starts ... averaged 8.0 points per contest ... team finished 20-12 overall and 10-4 in the Mon/Dak Conference.
Latvia: A member of the U-18 national team that finished first in Division B of Europe in 2008 ... played with BJSS Ridzene of the Latvian Youth Basketball League, finishing second in the country in 2009.
Personal: Ieva is the daughter of Andis Jansons and Inara Jansone ... majors are kinesiology and exercise science ... born Feb. 2, 1990.