Chasmine Jones
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    Chasmine Jones

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    West Covina, CA

    High School:
    Bishop Amat Memorial

    Height:
    5-10

    Position:
    F

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    2006-07: Appeared in 14 games, all in reserve ... scored 18 points for a 1.3 game average ... shot .500 (7-14) from the field and .571 (4-7) from the free throw line ... scored a career-best six points against New Mexico, going 2-for-2 from the field and sinking both free throw attempts ... pulled down a career-high three rebounds against Wyoming ... logged a career-high seven minutes in second meeting vs. Wyoming ... appeared in 12 conference games.

    2005-06: Played in just one game after missing the majority of the season due to injury ... saw action against Utah Valley State, knocking down a pair of free throws and grabbing a rebound in two minutes on the court.

    High School: Lettered four years in basketball for coach Richard Wiard ... averaged 15 points, seven rebounds and two steals per game ... three-time all-state and All-CIF selection ... also lettered three years in track and field ... earned all-state and All-CIF honors all three years ... graduated in the top five percent of her class ... named a scholar-athlete for both basketball and track.

    Personal: Member of cadet squadron 21, the Blackjacks ... born Feb. 2, 1986 ... nickname is Chaz ... parents are Charles and Felicidad Jones ... has a brother, Chasen (25) ... major is behavioral science-human factors ... hobbies include basketball, sleeping, shopping (collecting shoes) and "hanging out with my girls on weekends" ... attended the Academy Prep School ... wants to thank her parents for getting her where she is today ... was the Air Force Sports Camp superintendent this past summer ... completed a summer academics class in electrical engineering ... is active in her squadron as the standardization/evaluation non-commissioned officer and the communications NCO.

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