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  Grace Mashore
Grace Mashore

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Washington, D.C.

High School:
National Cathedral

Height:
5-10

Position:
G

Major:
American Studies

Graduated:
2012

04/23/2012

Stanford Women's Basketball: 2011-12 In Review

The Cardinal reached its fifth-straight Final Four to cap the 2011-12 season

03/16/2012

Destination Denver: First Stop, Norfolk

The Cardinal Channel and GoStanford.com will be chronicling Stanford Women's Basketball's path to a fifth straight Final Four

03/07/2012

No. 2 Stanford Opens Pac-12 Tournament Thursday Against Washington

Tara vanDerveer and Kevin Danna preview this weekend's Pac-12 Tournament

03/02/2012

No. 2 Stanford Ends Regular Season With Battle Of The Bay II

Cardinal goes for its 75th straight win against conference competition

03/01/2012

Stanford's Class of 2012 Reflects On Four Years At The Farm

Sarah Boothe, Lindy La Rocque, Grace Mashore and Nnemkadi Ogwumike look back at four years at Maples and on The Farm

04/01/2012

Stanford vs. Baylor

Stanford vs. Baylor

03/30/2012

NCAA Final Four Arrivals

NCAA Final Four Arrivals

03/23/2012

Women's Basketball NCAA Practice - Sweet Sixteen

Women's Basketball NCAA Practice - Sweet Sixteen

02/29/2012

No. 2 Stanford vs. Seattle U

No. 2 Stanford vs. Seattle U

02/25/2012

Stanford vs. Utah - Feb. 25, 2012

Stanford vs. Utah - Feb. 25, 2012


2011-12: Game-by-Game Stats ... saw action in 22 games ... saw her first action of the year against Old Dominion ... hit a free throw against Princeton ... passed out two assists in win over CSU Bakersfield ... had a rebound and an assist in win at UCLA ... passed out an assist against Washington State ... made a steal at Oregon ... grabbed a rebound against Colorado ... hit a 3-pointer and grabbed a rebound against Utah ... passed out an assist at California ... hit a pair of free throws against Duke.

2010-11: Game-by-Game Stats Played in 20 games, averaging 0.9 points and 0.2 rebounds over 2.7 minutes per game ... played four minutes against Fresno State ... hit a 3-pointer and played seven minutes at San Francisco ... scored five points, going 2-for-2 from the field and hitting her only 3-point attempt against Xavier ... grabbed a rebound at California ... passed out an assist against Arizona ... grabbed a pair of rebounds at Washington State ... went 2-for-2 from the free-throw line and made a steal in win over USC ... passed out an assist at Oregon State ... scored five points on 2-for-2 shooting, including a 3-pointer, in win at Arizona ... hit a 3-pointer and passed out an assists in win over Washington State ... grabbed a rebound and passed out an assist against Oregon.

2009-10: Game-by-Game Stats ... Picked up a pair of steals at Old Dominion ... grabbed two rebounds against Pepperdine ... pulled down a rebound against Gonzaga ... went 2-for-2 from the field, including a three-pointer, for five points against DePaul ... made a steal at Fresno State ... drained a three and grabbed a rebound against Washington State ... grabbed a rebound and had an assist against Arizona State ... grabbed a rebound against Oregon ... sank a three in addition to making a steal and taking it coast-to-coast for a layup, scoring five points against Oregon State ... made a steal and hit a free throw against Arizona ... hit a pair of free throws in Pac-10 semis against California ... grabbed a rebound in Pac-10 title game against UCLA.

2008-09: Game-by-Game Stats Played in 11 games, averaging 0.7 points and 0.2 rebounds ... made collegiate debut with three minutes of action against New Mexico ... saw four minutes of action against Iowa State ... played six minutes against Washington, scoring eight points while going 3-for-4 from the field and a perfect 2-for-2 from behind the arc ... had an assist in five minutes of action against Washington State ... grabbed a rebound in win over Oregon State ... grabbed a rebound in win over Arizona ... passed out an assist against USC ... made a steal against UCSB in the NCAA Tournament First Round.

High School: A 2008 graduate of National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C. ... was a three-year captain of the basketball team at National Cathedral ... helped lead team to Independent School League Tournament title in 2005, and the regular-season title in 2007 ... finished her prep career with 1,851 points and 504 steals ... averaged 20 points, nine rebounds, six assists, and five steals a game in her career ... set National Cathedral's single-game scoring record as a freshman with 43 points ... named to Washington Post Fourth Team following her senior season ... earned Washington Post All-District of Columbia Team honors as a junior and senior ... earned Washington Post All-Metro Team honorable mention recognition as a junior ... was thrice named conference MVP ... four-time All-Independent School League selection ... named to the all-tournament teams at the Georgetown Visitation Tournament (2004-07), Sidwell Friends Tournament (2004), Treasure Coast Holiday Tournament (2005) and Gator Holiday Tournament (2006) ... took home the 2008 Real Basketball Report D.C./Maryland/Virginia Scholar-Athlete of the Year award ... played club ball for and was a four-year captain of the Fairfax Stars from 2004-08 ... helped lead club to state titles in 2006 and '07 ... team finished as the runner-up at the Nike Tennessee Flight in 2007 ... led club to Basketball on the Bayou title and to a fifth-place national finish in 2006 ... made the all-tournament team at the Oregon End of the Trail Tournament (2006), at the Nike Battle of the Boro (2007), and the Seminole Classic (2007) ... finished each tournament in the top three of every statistical category for the Stars.

Personal: Born in Washington, D.C. ... parents are Derrick and Paula ... has one older brother, Max ... father was an All-ACC linebacker at Duke in the late 1970s ... major is American studies ... future goals include playing professional basketball and then going into sports marketing or public relations ... hobbies include watching movies, shopping, going to the beach, and hanging out with friends.

Career Highs
Pts: 8, vs. Washington (1/8/09)
Rebs: 2, 2x, last at Washington State (1/16/11)
Assists: 1, 8x, last vs. Oregon (2/26/11)
FG: 3, vs. Washington (1/8/09)
3-Pts.: 2, vs. Washington (1/8/09)
FT:: 2, 2x, last vs. USC (1/22/11)
Steals: 2, at Old Dominion (11/13/09)
Blocks: -
Mins: 7, 2x, last at San Francisco (12/22/10)

CAREER STATISTICS

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