Jordan Todd

Eagle River’s Jordan Todd is seeing double.

The Northwestern State junior center has posted a double-double in each of her four games this season with the NCAA D1 squad in Natchitoches, Louisiana.

She’s also averaging 12.8 points and 12.8 rebounds in four games. Her season highs are 15 points and 15 rebounds.

Her remarkable rebounding average has Todd tied for sixth in the country. She is also shooting 55 percent from the floor, fueled by 23 offensive rebounds.

The former Anchorage Christian High star has done her damage in just 23.5 minutes per game. She’s added seven blocked shots and six steals.

At UAA, senior forward Tennae Voliva (East) is averaging 8.7 points in the first three games and is now knocking on the door of the 600-point club.

Voliva pushed her career total to 598 over the weekend to pass former UAA and Mount St. Mary’s player Taylor Long (593) of Anchorage for 57th on Alaska’s all-time college scoring list.

Tennae Voliva

Shaina Afoa

Voliva has current UAA associate head coach Shaina Afoa (650) in her sights. Afoa (Dimond) played for Central Washington.

At Portland State, freshman guard Mia ‘Uhila (Bartlett) scored nine points and added four rebounds, two assists and two steals against Hawaii. She didn’t start, but boy did she finish.

She had a hand in 11 points (6 points, 2 assists) as part of her team’s 19-9 run, with ‘Uhila’s assist giving Portland State a 57-56 lead – the first lead of the game for the Vikings.

At Metro State junior guard Alex Carlton (Colony) has averaged 10.3 points per game through the first three and moved into 45th on the Alaska women’s all-time college scoring list with 778 career points, passing former Stanford player Azella Perryman (757) of Anchorage and UAF player Karen Rabung (774) of Fairbanks.

Just ahead of Carlton is former Metro State and Air Force player Ashley Mickens (805) of Anchorage, former Iowa player Leah Magner (819) of Palmer and former Utah State player Jenna Johnson (835) of Wasilla.

Checking in on other Alaska college players: USC junior forward Alissa Pili (Dimond) is listed as day to day for the team’s trip to Cancun, Mexico. The All-Pac-12 playmaker has missed the last three games. With 652 points, Pili is tied with former Nevada and Ohio State player Laura Ingham of Anchorage for 53rd on the all-time Alaska college scoring list. Just ahead of them are Dallas Dickerson (655) of Anchorage and Mary Glaze (687) of Nikiski. … Hawaii redshirt freshman Olivia Davis (Wasilla) pumped in a season-high 13 points against Portland and made the first two 3-pointers of the season. Davies is starting and logging 27.8 minutes per game. … Pepperdine sophomore forward Kendyl Carson (Juneau-Douglas) leads her team with 18 assists in three games. She has twice as many assists as any of her teammates. …George Fox guard Ella Roberts (Lathrop) had 9 points, 4 steals, 2 steals against Whittier. … There are 31 Alaska women playing in the NWAC this season. … Olympic starters Grace Harder (Eagle River) and Mary Neal Garcia (Thunder Mountain) each reached double figures against Grays Harbor. Harder went off for 22 points on 11-of-13 shooting. Garcia had 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting. … Peninsula freshman center Ituau Tuisaula (Soldotna) twice just missed her first college double-double, having 8 points and 13 rebounds against Wenatchee Valley and 13 points and 9 rebounds against Spokane. … Peninsula freshman guard Ariyanna Camacho-Villafuerte (Dimond) scored 11 points against Wenatchee Valley. … Lower Columbia starters Jazlynn Novelli (Wasilla) and Danica Schmidt (Soldotna) combined for 23 points, 11 rebounds and 4 steals against Blue Mountain. … Columbia Basin freshman guard Ali May (West Valley) pumped in a season-high 15 points on 6-of-13 shooting against Linn-Benton.

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