|Hometown:||Valley City, N.D.|
|High School:||Valley City High School|
Career: Finished her career at UND ranked second in career free throw percentage (.815, 123-for-151; 2005-10), fifth in career three-pointers attempted (515; 2006-10), eighth in career three-pointers made (174; 2006-10), and tied for eighth in career games played (127; 2006-10).
2009-10 (Senior): A 2009-10 Great West All-Conference honorable mention ... Preseason All-Great West Conference honorable mention ... Appeared in and started all 31 games ... Set new season highs in minutes played (1,054), assists (108), steals (62), points scored (306), and scoring average (9.9 points/game) ... Went 9-for-10 at the free throw line in the regular-season finale against Texas-Pan American (March 6) to set new personal highs ... Scored 21 points against Ball State (Nov. 29) to register her first career 20 point game ... Drained a career-high five field goals on six occasions ... Played all 40 minutes at South Dakota (Jan. 16), at NJIT (Feb. 28) and against South Dakota (March 12) ... Grabbed a career-best seven steals against Mayville State (Dec. 7) ... Made a personal-high five three-pointers versus Chicago State (Feb. 13)... Had four three-game double-figure scoring streaks ... Closed the regular-season with her second 20-point game of the season ... Grabbed at least one steal in each of the last 10 games ... Tied personal highs in field goals made (five), field goals attempted (13), and free throws attempted (10) and went 5-for-5 from the free throw line against South Dakota in UND's first game of the 2010 Great West Conference Tournament (March 12) ... In her final season at UND, led the team in assists and minutes played ... Ranked second in three-point attempts (195) and steals, third in three-pointers made (64), free throw percentage (.833), free throw attempts (72), free throws made (60), fourth in points scored, scoring average, third in field goal attempts (263), fourth in field goals made (91) and three-point percentage (.328), fifth in defensive rebounds (65), and sixth in field goal percentage (.346) ... Earned fourth letter.
2008-09 (Junior): Appeared in all 29 games with a career-high 28 starts ... Averaged 6.4 points and 2.9 rebounds per game ... Shot .800 (28-for-35) from the free throw line, .357 (46-for-129) from the three-point line, and .350 (56-for-160) from the field ... Led the team in three-pointers made, steals (46), and minutes played (885) ... Topped the team in assists on seven occasions and steals on nine occasions ... With a career-high 45 minutes played at Ball State (Jan. 27) she became the eighth UND player since the 1990-91 season to play more than 40 minutes in a game and the sixth to play 45 minutes or more ... Went on to play four more 40-minute games ... Had eight double-figure scoring games, including a career-high and team-high 15-point showing at South Dakota (Jan. 24) ... Also made a personal-best five three-pointers against USD ... Had a career-day at SIU Edwardsville (Mar. 1) where she set personal bests in field goals (five), rebounds (eight), blocked shots (one), and steals (seven) ... Shot over .500 from the field eight times and from behind the arc nine times ... Was perfect at the charity stripe on eight occasions ... Went 4-for-6 from the field and 3-for-5 from the three-point line against Jamestown (Dec. 2) ... Against Mayville State (Dec. 17) shot .800 (4-for-5) from the field and .667 (4-for-6) from the free throw line ... Shot .571 (4-for-7) from the field, .667 (4-for-6) from three-point range, and 1.000 (2-for-2) at the free throw line against Houston Baptist during the semifinal game of the UND Spring Thaw Tournament (Mar. 7) ... Earned third letter.
2007-08 (Sophomore): Appeared in 31 games ... Averaged a career-high 3.9 points per game and matched her career high with 1.7 rebounds per game ... Ranked third on the team in 3-point field goal attempts per game (3.5) and fourth in 3-point field goal attempts made (1.1) ... Averaged 0.9 steals per game to rank third on the team ... Scored a season-high 12 points and a career-high with five assists against No. 13 Glenville State (Dec. 7) ... Went 4-for-4 from 3-point range in that game and added five rebounds and two steals in that game ... Her four 3-pointers matched a career high ... Also had a five-assist game against Minnesota State (Jan. 31) ... Notched a career-high five steals at BYU-Hawaii (Dec. 14) ... Reached double figures in scoring four times, three of which came against nationally ranked opponents ... Scored 11 points at No. 12 Minnesota State (Jan. 11) and against No. 20 Augustana (Feb. 2) ... Matched her career high with six rebounds against Minnesota Duluth (March 1) ... Logged a career-high 29 minutes of playing time in the NCC Tournament championship game at No. 3 South Dakota (March 9) ... Earned second letter.
2006-07 (Freshman): Appeared in all 36 games ... Averaged 3.4 points and 1.2 assists per game off the bench ... Shot 89.3 percent (25-for-28) from the free throw line and 36.6 percent (30-for-82) from three-point range ... Went to the charity stripe in 11 games and was perfect in eight of them ... Scored a career-high 14 points in the NCAA North Central Region quarterfinal vs. Minnesota State, Moorhead (Mar. 9) ... Dished out a personal-high four assists vs. Minnesota Duluth (Feb. 10) ... Logged a career-high 27 minutes of playing time in that game ... Grabbed a career-high six rebounds at Seattle Pacific (Dec. 30) ... Earned first letter.
Before UND: A 2006 graduate of Valley City High School ... Lettered five times in basketball and was a McDonald's All-American nominee as a senior ... Averaged 23.4 ppg, 3.1 spg and 2.8 apg ... A three-time all-conference selection who earned first team all-state honors as a senior ... Graduated with the highest career scoring average in Valley City High School history ... Scored over 1,000 career points ... Also lettered three times in volleyball.
Personal: Majored in elementary education with a minor in early childhood education ... Daughter of Bob and Joni Bergan ... Brother, Chad, ran track and cross country at North Dakota State.
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