Letricia Castillo

Letricia  Castillo


Anchorage, Alaska

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Third-year team captain...

2005-06: Recipient of the Falcon Award, given to the player that most represents the ideals of Air Force basketball ... played in all 28 games, starting 25 ... team's third-leading scorer at 9.4 points per game ... tied for the team lead in assists (56), while ranking fifth in total rebounds (78) ... added 26 steals and a block ... second on the team with 29.1 minutes played per contest ... matched a career-high with 22 points in loss to Stephen F. Austin ... named to the Air Force Classic all-tournament team ... set a new career best with 27 points in road victory over Colorado State ... knocked down 11-of-15 from the floor in that game, including 5-of-8 from long range ... led the Falcons in scoring in four of the teams' 13 wins, including both victories over Colorado State ... currently sits in sixth place on the Academy list for three-pointers made (99) and attempted (338) ... also ranks 16th among the Academy's all-time scorers with 880 points ... on pace to become the first 1,000-point scorer in Air Force's Division I history.

2004-05: Played in and started all 28 games ... ranked second on the team in scoring with 283 points (10.1 pg) ... third on the team in both assists (54) and rebounds (97) ... added 21 steals and the first three blocks of her career ... tied for team lead in minutes played with 781 (27.9 minutes per game) ... also among the team's leaders in three-point field goal percentage (.304) and free throw percentage (.753) ... hit at least 50 percent of her three-pointers in eight games and was perfect from the foul line on 10 occasions ... reached double figures in scoring in 14 of the 28 games, leading the team in scoring eight times ... notched first career double-double against Illinois State, scoring 18 points with a career-high 12 rebounds ... recorded a career-high 22 points in the victory over Northern Colorado ... also led the team in scoring in wins over Navy and San Diego State.

2003-04: An honorable mention All-MWC selection ... played in all 28 games, starting 23 ... team's leading scorer with 335 points (12.0 pg) ... finished the season ranked 11th in the conference in scoring ... named the team's offensive MVP ... grabbed 85 rebounds on the season, while dishing out 45 assists and recording 25 steals ... notched double digits in 20 of 28 contests ... registered a career-high 18 points against Weber State and UNLV ... led or tied for the team lead in scoring in 17 games ... ranked second on the team in minutes played with 767 ... opened her collegiate career with a strong performance, coming off the bench to record 15 points, four assists and six steals, all team highs ... scored 17 points in her first career start against Illinois-Chicago, hitting 2-of-3 shots from beyond the arc and shooting 3-for-3 at the charity stripe ... shot a season-high .625 (5-of-8) in the victory over Portland, while also making all four of her foul shots to lead the team with 15 points ... played a season-high 35 minutes in the first-round MWC game against New Mexico, finishing with 12 points, four rebounds and four assists. High School: Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... coached by Karine Turner-Wheeler ... scored over 1,400 career points ... three-time all-state honorable mention ... four-time all-conference selection ... named Bartlett's most valuable player in sophomore and senior seasons ... played for the Alaska Blue Angels AAU team while in high school ... also lettered three years in soccer, two years in volleyball and one year in track and field ... played for the volleyball state championship as a junior ... first-team all-state as a senior in volleyball ... secretary for the National Honor Society.

Personal: Member of cadet squadron 2, the Blackbirds ... born on Dec. 22, 1984 ... nicknames are LT and Tricia ... majoring in behavioral sciences ... parents are Natividad (Nate) and Hilda ... siblings are Antonio (9), Gloria (5) and David (1) ... hobbies include playing sports and reading ... favorite book is Raise the Roof by Pat Summit.

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