Mackenzie Knobbe

HometownLamar, Colo
Prev. SchoolLamar HS


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Season  GP-GS  Min--Avg  FG-FGA   Pct 3FG-FGA   Pct  FT-FTA   Pct  Off Def  Tot  Avg  PF FO   A  TO Blk Stl  Pts  Avg
2005-06  27-1  160  5.9   9-27   .333   5-13   .385   7-8    .875    9  15   24  0.9  17  0   7  15   1   6   30  1.1
2004-05  16-0   99  6.2   7-14   .500   0-2    .000   2-2   1.000    6   8   14  0.9  14  0   5   8   0   2   16  1.0
2003-04  15-1   58  3.9   3-13   .231   1-4    .250   1-2    .500    4   5    9  0.6   8  0   1   8   0   2    8  0.5
2002-03  26-0  208  8.0  12-40   .300   2-9    .222  22-32   .688   11  15   26  1.0  27  0  13  19   2   4   48  1.8


2005-06: Was awarded academic All-RMAC ... Played in 27 games and started one averaging 1.1 points per game and 0.9 rebounds per game ... Had a season high five points against Colorado Christian on Jan. 5.

2004-05: Was awarded academic All-RMAC ... Saw action in 16 games ... Shot 50 percent (7-for-14) from the field ... Was 2-for-2 from the free-throw line ... Had six points and three rebounds at Johnson and Wales on Dec 6 ... Had six points and a career-high six rebounds against Johnson and Wales on Jan 11 ... Pulled down a pair of rebounds against Western State on Feb 25.

2003-04: Played in 15 games with one start ... Scored eights points for the season and had nine rebounds ... Scored three points, knocking down the only shot she took, and had two rebounds vs. Colorado College on Dec 9 ... Scored a season-high four points to go along with to rebounds at Metro State on Jan 1 ... Had her only assists of the season at Colorado State-Pueblo.

2002-03: Saw action 26 games ... Averaged 1.8 points and 1.0 rebounds per game ... Also had 13 assists and four steals ... Had four points, two rebounds and an assist at Regis on Jan 11 ... Scored three points and had a career-high five rebounds at Mesa State on Jan 24 ... Scored a career-high seven points against Fort Lewis on Feb 14.

Pre UCCS Notes:

Before UCCS: Lettered in basketball, volleyball, and track at Lamar High School ... Named All-Conference in basketball three times and in volleyball twice ... Named first team All-State in basketball by the Rocky Mountain News ... Led her team in scoring her junior and senior seasons ... Placed at state several times in track ... Holds the school record at Lamar in the 4X600 relay ... Led her team to four straight league and district championships and to a third-place finish in Class 3A at the state basketball tournament her senior year ... Was named to the All-Tournament team in 2002.

Personal Notes:

Personal: Majoring in Chemistry ... Was named her high school's valedictorian and is a member of the National Honor Society ... Loves to sing ... Has two sisters, Whitney, and Kirstin ... Parents are Steve and Linda Knobbe ... Born September 4, 1983.

Stories featuring Mackenzie Knobbe

January 7, 2008Mountain Lions defeat Colorado CollegeCOLORADO SPRINGS -- Behind a 13-point, 13 rebound effort by Tonya Tripp, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs won for the fourth time in its past five games with a 66-52 decision over the Colorado College Tigers Monday at Reid Gymnasium.
February 23, 2007Mountain Lions fall short of win against LopersCOLORADO SPRINGS – Despite having a lead at halftime, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs could not hold off the playoff-bound Nebraska Kearney Lopers Friday night in the Lions’ Den, as the Lopers defeated the Mountain Lions 67-57.
October 5, 2006Less drama and more talent a good combinationSince 1975, Theatreworks has provided the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs with the best live theatre in Southern Colorado. Last year, however, the campus community had a second option for finding quality drama.
March 1, 2006UCCS eliminated in RMAC playoffsDURANGO – The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs dug itself a hole too deep for even an inspired second-half defensive effort to overcome as the Mountain Lions were defeated 69-54 by the Fort Lewis Skyhawks Wednesday evening in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference playoffs.
February 4, 2006UCCS women win first RMAC road gameALAMOSA – Who said anything about a road jinx?
November 18, 2005Sauter's big night helps Stratton win her coaching openerALAMOSA – Jennine Sauter scored 35 points, the second-highest total in school history, as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs gave Jessika Stratton a victory in her first game as coach of the Mountain Lions, 76-72 over the Pittsburg State Gorillas Friday night.
October 27, 2005Women's basketball previewIt’s going to get a little lonely on the bench for new University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women’s basketball coach Jessika Stratton.
November 11, 2004Women's basketball season previewThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs women’s basketball has some big shoes to fill.
January 1, 2004Mountain Lions defeat Metro StateThe University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (3-6, 2-1 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) won its first road game of the season 58-52 over Metro State (3-8, 1-2 RMAC) Thursday afternoon in Denver.
November 14, 2003Women's Basketball PreviewLast season, the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, without a single senior on the roster, went 7-20 overall, 5-12 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. The Mountain Lions finished fifth in the West Division and played very competitive in most games, with five of their losses coming by five points or less.
October 25, 2003Scrimmage highlighted by balanced scoringChristina Merritt scored 12 of her 16 points in the second period as the Gold team won 33-14, avenging its 25-24 loss to the Black team in the first period, during the women's basketball team's first formal intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday.
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