Alecia Steele

Alecia  Steele


Oklahoma City, OK

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Notable: With 937 points, is 63 points shy of reaching 1,000 career points, which would make her just the second Falcon in Division I history, joining Letricia Castillo, to reach the 1,000 point plateau ... has led the team in scoring and rebounding each year ... is a two-time All-MWC selection and was honorable mention all-conference as a freshman ... is a three-time team MVP.

2006-07: Third-team all-MWC selection for second-consecutive season ... named team's MVP and offensive MVP ... led Falcons in scoring (12.1 ppg) and rebounding (7.9 rpg) for third-consecutive season ... pulled down 228 rebounds on the season, which broke her own single-season Division I record at Air Force ... recorded eight double-doubles on the season ... reached double-figures scoring in 19 games and double-figures in rebounds in 12 ... pulled down 10-or-more rebounds in the first four games of the season ... scored 20-or-more points three times ... scored 22 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in win over Northern Colorado ... erupted for 26 points and 13 rebounds in win over Weber State ... named to the All-Air Force Classic Team ... notched a career-high 28 points and 15 rebounds against UNLV ... went 12-for-17 from the field in the game ... led Falcons to first-ever MWC Tournament win with 17 points and 10 rebounds in 47-46 win over Colorado Sate ... led the team in scoring 14 times and in rebounding 18 times ... led the team with a .444 field goal percentage ... led the team with 62 free throws made in 92 attempts (.667).

2005-06: Third-team all-MWC selection ... named team's offensive MVP ... played and started in all 28 games ... led Falcons in scoring (10.0 ppg) and rebounding (6.3 rpg) for second-straight season ... shot .422 from the field and .736 from the charity stripe ... ranked second on the team in total steals (32) and third in blocks (8) ... recorded two double-doubles on the season, bringing her career total to six ... began the season with a double-double against Northern Colorado, finishing with 14 points and 11 rebounds, while also adding a career-high three assists ... scored 14 points with 11 rebounds in victory at Montana State ... reached double-figures in scoring in five of the next six contests ... narrowly missed a double-double with 17 points, including the game-tying layup, and nine rebounds in overtime win over San Diego State ... grabbed 10 rebounds on the road at Utah ... scored 10 points and had a career-high seven steals at home versus UNLV.

2004-05: Named an honorable mention all-MWC selection ... chosen as one of the team's co-offensive MVP's ... played in all 28 games, starting 27 ... led the Falcons in both scoring (10.9 ppg) and rebounding (6.6 rpg), becoming just the second freshman in school history to do so, and the first since Mary Manning in the 1981-82 season ... ranked 12th in the conference in scoring and seventh in rebounding ... also ranked eighth in free throw percentage at .748 ... total of 184 rebounds in a single-season was then, the most ever for an Air Force Division I player ... set a school Division I single-season record with five double-doubles, including four in a row ... scored in double figures in 20 out of 28 games, while grabbing at least five rebounds in 21 contests ... third on the team in blocked shots (11) and steals (23) ... got her collegiate career off to a spectacular start, hitting two free throws at the end of regulation to force overtime versus Montana State ... finished the contest with a game-high 20 points, including seven in overtime, while also grabbing nine rebounds ... as a result, was named to the All-Air Force Classic team ... recorded a pair of double-doubles against New Mexico State and Albany in the Northern Arizona Thanksgiving Tournament, notching 10 points and 10 rebounds in each game en route to all-tourney honors ... registered another double-double in the win over Portland with 13 points and 10 rebounds ... extended double-double streak to four with 13 points and a career-high 13 rebounds against Utah State ... helped lead the Falcons to victory against Wyoming with 15 points and nine rebounds ... recorded fifth double-double of the year with 11 points and 11 rebounds at BYU ... was held scoreless for the first time against Utah in the conference tournament, but finished the game with five rebounds, a career-high three steals, an assist and a block.

High School: Played basketball for Arnelia Spears at Millwood High School ... a three-time all-city first team selection ... earned all-state accolades ... winner of numerous tournament MVP awards ... also lettered two years in track ... two-time state champion at 400 meters ... a first-team all-city selection ... an All-American Scholar ... named to National Honor Roll ... recipient of President's Award ... class valedictorian. Personal: Member of cadet squadron 11, the Rebeleven ... born Nov. 5, 1984 ... nickname is Lec ... parents are Alquintin and Sylester Steele ... has a brother, Alquintin II (28) ... majoring in social science ... attended the Academy Prep School ... earned the Offensive MVP Award and was named to the Husky Invitational All-Tournament team ... hobbies include playing basketball, spending time with and talking to friends and family and going to church ... completed Operation's Air Force at Yokota AB, Japan this past summer ... active in her squadron as the chief of inspections ... advice to youngsters is to follow your dreams, work hard, and don't let anything stand in the way of you grasping what you want ... credits her high school coach, Arnelia Spears, with having the biggest influence on her sports career.

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