UCLA Women's Basketball BIO
Dominique Williams
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Dominique Williams 1650138
Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.
High School: St. Mary's Catholic
Experience: 1 Letter

Dominique Williams played in 26 games while making two starts and averaging 5.5 minutes per game … played a season-high 18 minutes in the win over Sacramento State (Dec. 12), recording two points, four rebounds and tied her career-high of four assists … played 10 minutes in a home loss to Oregon State (Jan. 3), tallying two assists, one rebound and one steal … made her first start of the season in the win at Utah (Jan. 9), grabbing one rebound in 10 minutes … made her second start of the season in a win over USC (Jan. 18), grabbing three rebounds and adding one point, one assist and one steal in 10 minutes … made her first three-pointer of the season as the final buzzer sounded in a loss at No. 7 Oregon State (Feb. 2) … made her second three-pointer of the season (fourth of her career) and hauled in three rebounds in the first round WNIT win over CSU Bakersfield (Mar. 19) … was one of six Bruins in 2014-15 with a positive assist/turnover ratio … defeated her twin sister, Danielle, and the Michigan Wolverines, 69-65, in the semifinals of the 2015 WNIT in Ann Arbor, Mich. HONORS: Was chosen as a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention selection.

Played in 31 games while making 15 starts and averaging 13.6 minutes per game … she was one of four players to compete in every game … had the second-best assist/turnover ratio on the team at 1.71 (36 assists, 21 turnovers) … the 21 turnovers were the second-fewest on the team and averaged out as one turnover per every 20.1 minutes played … she played 423 minutes on the year … scored a season-high three points in three different games (at Nebraska, Nov. 8; at Colorado, Feb. 28 and at Utah, Mar. 2) … added three rebounds, one assist and one steal in the win at Utah … was 1-for-1 from the field against No. 4 Stanford (Feb. 23), her first made field goal in Pac-12 play, her first shot in 10 games and her first points in 13 games … only took seven shots in the 18 league games (five of them in the last three games) … scored her first points in nine games in the win over Cal Poly (Dec. 28) … registered a season-high four assists (tied) in the win at Minnesota (Dec. 20) … had a season-high two steals in the loss at No. 4/5 Notre Dame (Dec. 7) … tallied three points, six rebounds, four assists and one steal in her first collegiate game in a loss at No. 12 Nebraska (Nov. 8).

Lettered four years at St. Mary's Catholic (Phoenix, Ariz.) under head coach Curtis Ekmark ... guided St. Mary’s to the state championship game all four years, winning the last three, and never lost a home game ... averaged 11.0 points, 9.0 assists, 7.0 rebounds and 6.0 steals per game in 2011-12 and led the Knights to a 30-0 record ... registered a 6-to-1 assist to turnover ratio as St. Mary's won a state and national championship in 2011-12 ... St. Mary’s won the elite Joe Smith Division of the Nike Tournament Championship, widely considered the unofficial national championship of girl’s high school basketball ... named to All-Academic Team all four years ... rated the No. 21 point guard in the country and the No. 94 player overall by ESPN’s HoopGurlz ... played club basketball for the Arizona Warriors.

Full name: Dominique Marché A. Williams ... right-handed ... born July 7, 1995 in Phoenix, Ariz. ... parents are Lonnie and Laura Williams ... has one older brother, Lonnie, one older sister, Jasmine, and a twin sister, Danielle, who plays basketball at the University of Michigan ... lists desire to continue championship standard and goal of being part of best Bruin team as reasons she decided to attend UCLA ... names Rajon Rondo of the NBA's Boston Celtics as the famous athlete she admires ... hobbies include reading, shopping and spending time with family and friends ... has yet to declare a major.

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