Courtney Collishaw

Courtney  Collishaw

RS Senior

Visalia, CA

High School:
Redwood HS

Last College:
UC Santa Barbara





Athletics Honors Class of 2012

Graduation ceremonies held for Class of 2012.


Erdmann, Ireland Lead Iggy Awards

Three-sport All-American Tara Erdmann claimed Female Athlete of the Year again while sophomore Anthony Ireland earned Male Athlete of the Year.


Erdmann, Ireland Lead Iggy Awards

Three-sport All-American Tara Erdmann claimed Female Athlete of the Year again while sophomore Anthony Ireland earned Male Athlete of the Year.


Lions Face Dons in WCC Championship Opener

The #9 seeded Lions open WCC Championship play against #8 San Francisco Wednesday at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.


Collishaw, DeAngelis Earn WCC All-Academic Team Honors

Collishaw was named to the 2011-12 WCC All-Academic Team while DeAngelis earned honorable mention selection.


Women's Basketbal VS Pepperdine

February 6, 2012 Matt Balentine Photography


Women's Basketball VS UCSD

February 16, 2012 Matt Balentine Photography


Women's Basketball Vs BYU

January 19, 2012 Matt Balentine Photography


Women's Basketball vs. BYU 01/19/2012

Women's Basketball vs. BYU 01/19/2012


Women's Basketball vs. UCLA 12/04/2011

Women's Basketball vs. UCLA 12/04/2011

Courtney Callishaw enters her second season with the Lions after transferring from UC Santa Barbara in the summer of 2009... sat out the 2009-10 season due to NCAA Division I transfer rules... long-range sharp-shooter...

At LMU...

WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll... National Scholar-Athlete... one of just two Lions to appear in all 29 games, starting 19... averaged 5.7 ppg and 1.9 rpg... shot 35.2% from the floor, 30.8% from three-point range, and 70.2% from the line... averaged 21.1 minutes on the year... improved her scoring to 6.6 ppg on 43.4% shooting during WCC play... scored in double figures three times... was fourth on the team in three-pointers made with 20... scored career-high 18 points with two blocked shots vs. Saint Mary's (Feb. 5)... shot 5-for-10 for 13 points vs. San Diego... scored 10 points in home win over Stephen F. Austin (Nov. 26)... twice pulled down five rebounds... had season-high four assists vs. San Francisco (Feb. 26)...

National Scholar-Athlete... sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules...

At UC Santa Barbara...
appeared in six games at UC Santa Barbara... averaged 2.5 minutes per game over her appearances... scored two points and pulled down one rebound against Nevada (Dec. 4)...

did not see any action due to injury...

High School...
graduated from Redwood High School in Visalia, Calif. in 2007, where she was a four-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Louie Perez... led the Rangers to a CIF Central Section Division II Championship as a junior... RHS claimed the West Yosemite League title in 2005... selected to the Visalia Times Delta All-County First Team all four years in high school and earned Fresno Bee All-Area First Team distinction as a junior and senior... named Tulare County Player of the Year for the second year in a row after averaging 17 points, 9.2 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 3.1 steals per night as a senior... tallied 33 blocked shots and sank 41 three-pointers... recorded a career-high 44 points vs. El Diamante and 22 rebounds against Cesar Chavez as a junior... set a new career mark with seven assists in a game against Hanford West as a senior... also owns personal bests of six steals, three blocks, and four triples on several occasions... set school records with 1,960 career points, 610 points in a season, and 44 points in a game... named to the Cal-Hi Sports Second Team following her junior season... named to the HoopGurlz Top 100 Class of 2007 and was ranked No. 68 by competed for coach Dave Kavern and the West Coast Elite club team, guiding the squad to a first place finish at the Nike Battle at the Beach tournament... also earned four varsity letters in volleyball at RHS...

Courtney Leigh Collishaw was born May 15, 1989 in Visalia, Calif.... nicknamed "Court"... daughter of Thomas and Linda Collishaw... youngest of three children, with older sister Jacquelyn Harrington and brother Barrod Goodell... was a four-year Honor Roll student at Redwood HS and was a Scholar Athlete with GPA of 4.0... was also recruited by Northern Arizona, Pacific, Washington, New Mexico State, and Fresno State... chose LMU for its great academic tradition, the caring coaching staff, and the opportunity to become a great student-athlete...

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