Earned second team all-Mountain West honors... Is the second player in program history to reach 1,000 points, 500 rebounds and 100 blocks before her senior campaign... Ranked in the MW in eight statistical categories: 11th in scoring (12.8), seventh in rebounding (6.7), ninth in field-goal percentage (.434), fifth in three-point percentage (.363), 11th in three-pointers made (1.2), fourth in blocks (1.4), sixth in defensive rebounds (4.9) and sixth in minutes played (33.8).
Only player on the roster to start and play in all 30 games
Averaged 12.8 points and 6.7 rebounds per game, both of which were team highs.
Scored career-high 30 points twice vs. South Dakota Mines and at Wyoming.
Pulled down career-high 13 boards vs. Denver and at San Diego State.
Scored double figures in 19 contests and recorded 10 or more rebounds in three games.
Converted double-digit field goals three times, including a career-high and league-best 13 vs. South Dakota Mines.
Tallied two double-doubles on the year, first vs. Seattle (14 points, 10 rebounds), then vs. Denver (14 points, 13 rebounds).
2011-12 Was honored with a second-team all-conference selection...Started in team-high 29 out of 30 games for the Rams averaging 13.1 points and team-high 5.8 rebounds per game... Ranked fourth in the nation in free-throw percentage with .901... Scored at or above 20 points in seven contests, tying career-high 28 points three times... Ranked first in the MW in field-goal percentage (.532) and free-throw percentage... Tallied three double-doubles on the season.
2010-11 Received third-team all-Mountain West recognition as a freshman...Started 29 of the 30 games for the Rams, averaging 31.1 minutes per contest...Averaged 13.5 points per game, ranking 18th in the nation in field-goal percentage (.549)...Led team in rebounds per game (6.5)...Had team-leading four double-doubles, including 17 points and 12 rebounds against Air Force in MW tournament...Ranked seven times in the top 15 in MW statistical categories, including second in field-goal percentage and sixth in free-throw percentage, .815.
Chaparral High School A letterwinner in volleyball and basketball for the Chaparral Wolverines...As a junior, posted 18.8 points, 8.6 rebounds, and 3.8 blocks per game, shattering her own school records established the previous season...Received all-league honors in 2008 and 2009...Also named second-team all-state those years, and was selected to play in "The Show" in 2009...Led her team as a captain both sophomore and junior year...Played club basketball for the Colorado Hoopsters...Slowed by an injury her senior year.
Personal Full name is Samantha Martin...Born on Nov. 29, 1991, in Orange County,Calif. ...One of three children of Susan and Robert Martin... Mother played tennis at Indiana University of Pennsylvania...Has one younger brother, Walker, and one younger sister, Courtney...History major at Colorado State.