14 - Jilliane Friel
Jilliane Friel
Height: 5-10
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Durham, N.H.
High School: Oyster River
Position: G

COLLEGIATE ACCOLADES: Named to the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2010.

2011-12 HIGHLIGHTS |  Stats

  • Played in 17 games
  • Registered 16 points, 10 assists, and 16 rebounds on the season
  • Was a perfect 4-4 from the free-throw line
  • Scored a season-high five points and grabbed three rebounds in the teams WBI match-up against Holy Cross (03/15/12)

 

2010-11 HIGHLIGHTS | Stats
Appeared in 24 games ... notched a season-best seven points against Central Connecticut State (12/19) ... compiled a career-high four rebounds versus Binghamton (1/9) ... tallied a career-best four assists against Maine (1/26) ... tallied a career-high two blocks against Boston University (1/6) ... pulled in multiple boards in five games ... notched multiple assists three times.

2009-10 HIGHLIGHTS: Appeared in 17 games ... scored a career-high nine points on 3-of-4 shooting against Boston University on (1/28) ... included in her offensive outburst, against the Terriers, she tied her career-high of two 3-point field goals, shooting a perfect 2-of-2 from beyond the arc ... she knocked down two 3-pointers in two games on the season ... pulled in a career-high three rebounds in two games ... tallied a career-high two steals against Harvard (9/24) ... named to the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll.

BEFORE UNH: Was a three-sport standout at Oyster River High School ...New Hampshire Class I Player of the Year and a First Team All-State player during her senior season ... won the Jack Ford Scholar Athlete Award from the NH Basketball Coaches Organization, an award which measures academic excellence, citizenship through community service and baskeball accomplishments ... scored over 1,000 points in her career at Oyster River, becoming the second leading female scorer in school history, trailing only her older sister Jennifer ...selected as a McDonald's All-American during her senior year ... a second-team all-state basketball selection her junior year ... a three-time Foster’s Daily Democrat Basketball Dream Team member ... helped lead the Bobcats to Class I Championship since 2006 and 2009 ... played for the New England Crusaders AAU team ... also played soccer and was the goalie for the 2007 Class I state champions and was selected to the First-Team All-State team ... was also the number one singles and doubles player on the tennis team.

PERSONAL: Born November 1, 1990 in Durham, New Hampshire ... Daughter of the late UNH men’s basketball head coach Gerry Friel ... will be the third member of the Friel family to play basketball for the Wildcats, as her brother Jeremy played from 2003-05 and her sister Jennifer played for the women’s team from 1993-97 ... a Business Administration major.

CAREER HIGHS:
Points:.......................................................9 vs. Boston University (01/28/10)
Rebounds:................................................. 4 vs. Binghamton (01/09/11)
Assists:......................................................4 vs. Maine (01/26/11)
Free Throws Made:...................................... 2 vs. Stony Brook (01/15/11)
3-Point FG Made:.........................................2, three times
Steals:.......................................................2, twice
Blocks:.......................................................2 vs. Boston University (01/06/11)

FRIEL'S CAREER STATISTICS 
Year G GS MIN AVG PTS AVG FG% 3-PT FG% FT% REB AVG AST BLK STL
2009-10 17 0 119 7.0 27 1.6 .290 .304

.333

11 0.6 6 1 7
2010-11 24
0 184 7.7 30
1.3 .270 .182

.316

19 0.8 17
7
6
TOTALS 41 0 303
7.4 57
1.4 .279 .244 .320 30
0.7 23
8
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