Kory Gladysz

Kory  Gladysz


Tigard, OR

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2006-07: Played in 17 games ... logged a career-best 22 minutes, scoring seven points on 3-for-7 shotting vs. Wyoming ... made two free throws against BYU, San Diego State and TCU ... recorded first-career steal against BYU ... recorded assists against Wisconsin, Colorado State, BYU and Wyoming ... made 34.6 percent (9-26) of her shots from the field ... scored 27 points for a 1.6 average ... also had two rebounds against Wyoming ... was perfect from the field in four games.

2005-06: Played in 16 games ... scored a season-best eight points in win over Western State, knocking down a pair of long-range attempts, while also adding two rebounds in just six minutes of action ... scored two points and dished out an assist in home contest versus UNLV ... had two assists and a rebound at home versus BYU ... grabbed two rebounds and handed out two assists on the road against Wyoming ... hit two free throws at home versus Utah.

High School: A three-year letterwinner in basketball for coach Kathy Adelman-Naro ... team captain and leading scorer as a senior ... second-team selection ... named team's Most Improved Player in junior and senior seasons ... helped team to a third-place finish in the state as a junior ... team won league and finished second in the state in sophomore season ... played with the Triple Threat and Team Concept AAU teams ... also lettered two years in soccer ... volunteered with the Boys & Girls Clubs.

Personal: Member of cadet squadron 35, the Wild Weasels ... born April 4, 1986 ... nickname is sweet sixteen ... parents are Kevin and Michelle Gladysz ... has a sister, Mandi (24) ... major is social science ... attended the Academy Prep School ... completed Operation's Air Force at Hurlbut Airfield, Fla., where she helped Para rescuers out of the water in the Gulf of Mexico ... favorite TV show is the Office ... favorite movies are Mean Girls and Knocked Up! ... favorite thing about Air Force women's basketball is listening to teammates Chasmine Jones and Ashley Myers' ridiculous comments to each other ... credits her parents as having the biggest influence in her sports career.

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