CU (W) Basketball BIO
11 McKenzie Fujan
2012-13 (Junior)
Fujan authored her most explosive performances in the postseason for the Jays, scoring back-to-back career-highs of 22 points against Illinois State on March 16, followed by 24 points versus No. 22 Syracuse in the NCAA Tournament win (61-56) on March 23 ... Fujan’s 24-point gem against the Orange  included 17 first-half points to keep Creighton in the game ... She closed out 2012-13 with 319 points (9.7 ppg), starting each of the Jays’ 33 contests ... Fujan led the Bluejays in
three-point percentage, hitting at a .443 clip (39-of-88) ... She enters the 2013-14
season riding a consecutive free throw streak of 26 ... McKenzie posted 22 points, including 4-of-7 from beyond the arc in Creighton’s 64-61 overtime loss to Illinois State at the MVC Tournament on March 16 ... Fujan was 5-of-11 for 13 points in the Jays’ 74-69 overtime win versus Evansville on March 7 ... Fujan tied a career-high with six assists and dropped in 11 points to help the Jays slip past Drake, 67-66, on March 3 ... McKenzie put up 16 points and tied a career-high with six assists in Creighton’s 67-51 win over Missouri State on Feb. 14 ... Fujan continued her stellar play at Drake on Feb. 2, dropping 20 points on 9-of-11 from the field ... Fujan  continued to drain it from outside in the Jays’ 75-54 win at Houston on Dec. 8, posting 20 points on 6-of-10 from the field, including 4-of-5 from beyond the arc ... She delivered 13 points to help the Jays down #25 Nebraska, 66-57, on Dec. 5.

2011-12 (Sophomore)
McKenzie earned the start in 28 of 33 games as a sophomore ... She averaged 4.8 points per game for a total of 160 points ... Fujan posted a season-high 12 points in two contests, including the Missouri Valley Tournament Championship win, 53-38, over Drake on March 11 ... Scored in double figures five times, including three times in the final seven games ... Posted nine points and grabbed three steals in the Jays’ 71-51 win at North Dakota State (Nov. 13) ... Delivered 11 points, including eight straight in the first half at Wyoming on Dec. 1 in a 66-50 win ... Scored nine points and grabbed a career-high eight rebounds (doubling her previous best) against Southern Illinois to help Creighton earn a 66-59 win on Jan. 14 ... Dished out a career-high six assists at Illinois State on Jan. 22, doubling her previous best ... Set a season-high of 12 points and tied a career best with six assists at UNI on Feb. 24 in a 74-48 win ... Followed with 10 points on 5-of-11 shooting in a 68-59 win at Bradley (Feb. 26) ... Scored the first 11 Creighton points in the second half of the MVC championship game against Drake (March 11)  ... Tied her season-high 12 points, draining a career-high 3-of-5 three-pointers against Drake in the MVC Tournament title game.

2010-11 (Freshman)
Appeared in 29 of 31 games off the bench for the Bluejays, missing the final two regular-season games due to injury ... Her seven points at Northwestern (March 17) in the WNIT marked her highest total over her final 16 games ... Tied her season-bests by making 3-of-3 free throws at Northwestern ... Including the WNIT game, she went 9-of-16 (.563) from the field with 23 points in her final three non-conference games ... Grabbed a season-high four rebounds at Wichita State (Feb. 25) ... Tied her season-high with nine points and set season-highs with three assists and 22 minutes played at Evansville (Jan. 6) ... Scored seven points and pulled in three rebounds against Kansas at CenturyLink Center Omaha (Dec. 22) ... Scored nine points in just 13 minutes against North Dakota (Dec. 20), making 4-of-6 field goals ... Scored the first five points of the season for the Bluejays, making her first two career field goal attempts, including a three-pointer to start her career against Liberty (Nov. 12) at the Sheraton Raleigh Wolfpack Invitational.

Bishop Neumann High School
Named Fremont Tribune Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... Named  the Class B-C-D Player of the Year by the Metro Coaches Association following her senior season ... Named the honorary captain of Class C-1 Nebraska All-State team by the Omaha World-Herald and the Huskerlandpreps.com Class C-1 Player of the Year as a junior and senior ... Twice named First Team All-State by the Lincoln Journal Star and Second Team SuperState (all classes) by Omaha World-Herald after both junior and senior seasons ... Averaged 14 points, 5.0 assists and 3.5 steals per game as a senior ... Led the state, shooting 46 percent from three-point range as a junior, averaging 13.5 points, 3.1 assists and 2.5 steals per game ... Led her teams to back-to-back state tournament titles, getting tabbed the honorary captain of the All-Tournament team in her final two prep campaigns ... Team was second in state as a sophomore when she averaged 12.6 points per game ... Selected as MVP of the Metro All-Star game ... Finished second in school history in career points (1,123), assists (347) and steals (218) ... Four-year varsity starter ... Four-time state champion in the 300-meter low hurdles, also winning the 400-meter dash as a freshman ... Lettered in volleyball four times ... Played for the Cornhusker Shooting Stars club team.

Flanery on Fujan
“The great thing about McKenzie is that she can score at the rim, from mid-range, at the three-point line and she is a great free throw shooter. There aren’t many college players like that. She’ll be a more confident player and has the potential to be an even better scorer.” 
Position: Guard
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Weston, Neb.
High School: Wahoo Bishop Neumann HS
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