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I live in a small Minnesota community and have loved playing sports my whole life. I have grown to love basketball the most and have played on many teams outside of school and have enjoyed all of them. I have grown a lot in the sport and my biggest goal right now is to be able to play in college. I feel I am a great asset to any team because I am a great team player and very coach-able. I love the game of basketball and am always willing to learn new skills and come with a great attitude. As far as my academics in college at this time I would like to pursue something in the law enforcement field. I am pretty young yet to be totally deciding on my career, but I would like to be able to help others and I feel a law enforcement profession would be the area I would like to do that most.
8th Grade Season (2018-2019) Played/Started in 25 games. 262 points (10.5 ppg), 114 rebounds (4.5 rpg), 61 assists (2.4 apg), 38 steals (1.5 spg). Three point: 37.7%. Valley Conference All-Conference
Freshman Season (2019-2020) Played/Started in 26 games. 292 points (11.2 ppg), 86 rebounds (3.3 rpg), 77 assists (3 apg), 59 steals (2.3 spg). Three point: 44%. Valley Conference All-Conference
Sophomore Season (2020-2021) Played/Started in 19 games. 315 points (16.6 ppg), 113 rebounds (5.9 rpg), 88 assists (4.6 apg), 59 steals (3.1 spg). Three point: 39.1%. Valley Conference All-Conference
Featured40 Minnesota - October 2021 Olivia was a tough guard to try and keep from effecting the game in multiple different areas. She was willing to crash in from the wing and came up with tough rebounds or chased them down beating other players to the ball. On offense, she was a capable 3-point shooter and knew when it was time to let it launch and when it was time to keep the ball moving for a better shot. She also was one of the best at looking down low and making catchable and direct low-post passes. That is something not everyone can do without telegraphing it or over-throwing it. Her area of opportunity would be to continue to work on looking to attack the basket. If she could look to seek contact and propel herself into the shot that would give her another weapon and make her a triple-threat to score with the ball in her hands.
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