|High School:||Lakota-Edmore High School|
2016-17 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention ... Played in all 31 games, starting all but one ... Averaged 9.6 points and 6.4 rebounds per game ... Second on the team in rebounding ... Tallied three double-doubles on the season ... Scored a career-high 22 points at Northern Arizona (Jan. 5), part of 14 double-figure scoring games for the year ... Hauled in 10 boards or more on four occasions, including a career-best 11 in home wins over Montana (Jan. 14) and Northern Arizona (Jan. 28) ... Named to the All-Big Sky Academic Team ... Earned second varsity letter.
2015-16 (Freshman): Played in every game, making five starts ... Started first four contests of the season before becoming UND’s key player off the bench ... Averaged 6.0 points and 3.2 rebounds for the season ... Tallied four games with double-digit point totals ... Poured in a career-best 15 points at Eastern Washington (Dec. 31) ... Made three triples in that game, including a clutch three to give UND a lead in the final minute ... Made 20-of-23 free throw opportunities (.870), including makes on her final eight attempts ... Recorded eight rebounds on two different occasions ... Named to the All-Big Sky Academic team ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: Played volleyball and basketball at Lakota-Edmore High School, piling up 10 varsity letters combined ... A 2015 graduate of Lakota-Edmore HS ... Led her volleyball team in kills in each of her final four seasons ... A three-time all-district selection in volleyball ... Posted over 500 kills and 100 blocks as a senior ... A four-time first team all-state selection in hoops with over 2,500 career points and over 1,000 rebounds ... Named a Wendy’s High School Heisman winner in 2015 ... Miss Basketball North Dakota finalist ... Graduated with salutatorian honors.
Personal: Daughter of Doug Freije and Bonnie Freije ... Majoring in biology ... Athletic family includes: cousin, Matt, who played at Vanderbilt and in the NBA with New Orleans and Atlanta; mother, Bonnie, played at Jamestown; and sister, Ashtin, at Lake Region College.