PERSONAL: DOB 2/03/1992; HEIGHT: 171cm
JUNIOR ASSOCIATION: Bendigo (VIC)
FIRST PLAYED WNBL: 2007/08 Bendigo Spirit
WNBL CLUBS: Bendigo Spirit 2007/08; AIS 2008/09-2009/10; Bendigo Spirit 2009/10; AIS 2010/11; Bulleen Boomers 2011/12-Current
WNBL CHAMPIONSHIPS: Nil
WNBL CAREER NOTES: In her first full season with the Bulleen, Kerryn averaged 5.7 points and 1.7 assists as the Boomers reached the WNBL Grand Final. Kerryn joined the Bulleen from the AIS following an injury plagued 2010/11 season in which a knee injury kept her from playing any games;Kerryn played 3 games for the AIS before re-joining the Spirit midway through the 2009/10 season, playing her first game with Bendigo on January 15. Throughout the season Kerryn averaged 1.4 points-per-game, 0.6 rebounds, and 0.3 assists in 9 games for the Spirit. She played all 21 games in 2008/09 for AIS averaging 3.7 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. She played 2 games for Bendigo in 2007/08, her debut season.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER NOTES: 2011 FIBA U19 World Championship; 2010 FIBA U19 Oceania Junior Women’s Qualifications; 2009 FIBA U19 World Championship; 2008 FIBA Oceania U19 Championship.
GENERAL BASKETBALL NOTES: 2011 member of the Australian U19 Gems team for the FIBA U19 World Championships in Chile;Played inAustralian U19 Gems team in pre-World Championship tournament in China. 2010 played SEABL for the Bendigo Lady Braves;2010 Kerryn represented Australia’s U19 Women’s team, the Gems, at the 2009 FIBA U19 World Championship for Women, finishing fifth. She averaged 6.2 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. In January 2009 she was named Co-Captain of the Australian Women’s team at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival, and led the team to the Gold medal. Co-captain of the Victoria Country side at the 2007 U16 Australian Junior Championships where she averaged 12.5 ppg. She also attended the Australian Development Camp in September 2007.
PERSONAL INFORMATION: Her motto is “the harder you work the luckier you get”.
COACH’S COMMENTS: Kerryn had an excellent debut year for the Boomers and we have high hopes she can take some major steps and establish herself as a prominent WNBL player.
|Competition||Season||M||MIN||2PM-A||1st Half H.S||3PM-A||3PT
|FTM-A||FT %||PF||Total Pts||TOT||AST||PTS|
|2012/13||2013||23||02/11/2012||10 - 39||25.6||20 - 48||14||- - West Coast||70.0||0.8|
|2011/12||2012||21||28/10/2011||20 - 60||33.3||32 - 72||19||- - Dandenong||59.4||1.5|
|2010/11||2011||3||16/01/2011||- - -||0.0||6 - 6||4||- - Sydney||66.7||3.0|
|2009/10||2010||11||31/01/2010||- - -||0.0||6 - 7||4||- - AIS||66.7||0.5|
|2009/10||2010||6||17/10/2009||- - -||0.0||4 - 27||3||- - Bulleen||75.0||2.0|
|2008/09||2009||21||09/11/2008||- - -||0.0||27 - 43||20||- - Bulleen||74.1||1.9|
|2007/08||2008||2||- - -||0.0||2 - -||- - -||0.0||0.5|