UND W Basketball BIO
Mallory Bernhard
Player Profile:
Mallory Bernhard 95693
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Davenport, Iowa
High School: Assumption High School
Alma Mater: North Dakota, '11

Career: Tied for fifth in career free throw percentage (.796; 148-for-187), listed sixth in single-season free throw percentage (.824; 42-for-51), tied for eighth in single-season three-pointers made (70; 2009-10), ranked ninth in single-season three-pointers attempted (181; 2009-10), tied for ninth in career three-point percentage (.380; 153-for-403), and ranked10th in both career three-pointers made (153) and single-season free throw percentage (.809; 76-for-94).

2010-11 (Senior): Team captain.

2009-10 (Junior): Selected to the Great West All-Conference first team ... Member of the GWC All-Tournament team ... Named to the Preseason All-Great West Conference second team ... Two-time Great West Conference Player of the Week (March 2, March 9) ... Appeared in 31 games with 31 starts ... Opened the season with 17 points against Green Bay (Nov. 13) ... Grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds at Wisconsin (Nov. 15) ... Finished in double-digits on 20 occasions, including six games with 20 points ... Scored her first 20-point game against Ball State (Nov. 29) with 22 points ... Shot a career-high 9-for-11 (.818) at the free throw line versus Seattle (Jan. 8) ... Shot a personal-best 11-for-18 (.611) from the field at Seattle (Feb. 16) ... Blocked a career-high five shots and played a personal-high 39 minutes at NJIT (Feb. 28) ... With a career-high nine assists against Houston Baptist (March 4), finished just one assist away from her first career triple-double ... Closed the regular season with a career-high 27 points, an .800 (8-for-10) shooting percentage from the field, seven three-pointers, and six steals against Texas-Pan American (March 6) ... Ended the season with a streak of six games in double-digits ... Tallied a double-double in three of the last five games ... Finished the season with a career-best 13.1 scoring average ... Led the team in rebounding average (7.3/game), steals (2.1/game), and blocked shots (0.8/game) ... Ranked second in field goal percentage (.417), scoring average (13.1 points/game), field goal attempts (312), field goals made (130), three-pointers made (70), free throw attempts (94), free throws made (76), offensive rebounds (76), assists (2.6/game), and minutes played (30.4/game), listed third in three-point percentage (.387), and three-point attempts (181) ... Among all players in the Great West, ranked second in rebounding, field goal percentage, and defensive rebounds, fourth in steals and offensive rebounds, fifth in blocked shots, seventh in scoring, eighth in field goal percentage, and ninth in assists ... Earned third letter.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Named to the Great West Conference All-Academic team ... Appeared in all 29 games with a career-high 19 starts ... Finished fourth on the team with 9.1 points per game .. Ranked second on the team in free throw percentage (.824) and third in three-point percentage (.383) ... Averaged 4.8 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game ... Led the Sioux in the season opener against Eastern Michigan (Nov. 14) with 17 points ... Tallied a double-double in the 68-55 victory over South Dakota (Jan. 31) with a team-high 20 points and 10 rebounds, including a personal-best five three-pointers ... Led the team again with a double-double in the 82-66 win over SIU Edwardsville (Feb. 19) with a season-high 21 points and career-high 15 rebounds ... Shot 6-for-7 (.857) from the field and behind the arc in the 91-62 victory over Jamestown (Dec. 2) ... Scored in double figures on 14 occasions ... Has three 20-point showings ... Played a career-high minutes in the 97-68 win over Houston Baptist (Mar. 7) and notched a personal-best six assists ... Blocked a career-high five shots at Green Bay (Nov. 25) ... Grabbed a personal-best six steals versus Lamar (Dec. 29) ... Recipient of the Sioux Crew Impact Scholarship ... Earned second letter.

2007-08 (Freshman): Named to North Central Conference Commissioner's Academic Honor Roll ... Appeared in all 31 games ... Averaged 6.6 points per game to lead all Sioux freshmen ... Ranked 10th in the NCC in 3-point field goal percentage (36.5) and 3-point field goals made per game (1.35) ... Averaged 3.7 3-point field goal attempts per game to rank second on the team ... Ranked third on the team in blocked shots (0.4 bpg) and fifth in assists (1.6 apg) ... Scored a career-high 22 points against Nebraska-Omaha (Feb. 23), the most by a UND freshman since Kierah Kimbrough scored 24 points in the 2006 NCAA Regional against Colorado State-Pueblo (March 10) ... Went 8-for-11 from the field in the UNO game, including a 5-for-8 clip from 3-point range ... Came off the bench to make multiple 3-pointers in 13 games ... Made her collegiate debut in the season opener against Metro State (Nov. 16) and scored eight points ... Reached double figures in scoring five times ... Had 14 points, five rebounds and a career-high six assists in win over No. 13 Glenville State (Dec. 7) ... Had a career-high three blocked shots in the NCC Tournament quarterfinal against Minnesota Duluth (March 5) ... Earned first letter.

2006-07: Redshirt season.

Before UND: A 2006 graduate of Assumption High School ... Lettered four times in basketball and was a McDonald's All-American honorable mention as a senior ... Averaged 15 points, five rebounds, 3.5 teals and three assists per game ... Named Mississippi Athletic Conference (MAC) Player of the Year as a senior while also earning first team all-state and all-conference honors ... Was also named to the state all-tournament team ... An academic all-conference selection ... Set a school record for three pointers in a game (seven) ... Was a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee ... Also played softball and soccer as a prep.

Personal: Majoring in physical education, exercise science, and wellness ... Daughter of Roger and Monica Youngblut ... Mother played basketball at Iowa State and father played football at Iowa State.

- Go Sioux -

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