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#50 Jamee Swan
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Marana, Ariz.
High School: Marana
Experience: 2 Letters
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Swan is a fiery, passionate forward that gives Colorado a solid post presence. She is a dynamic rebounder who has the strength to finish down low, but can also move to the outside and play with her face to the basket. Consistency will be key for Swan as she continues to grow into an upperclassman.

Career: Colorado’s active career leader in blocked shots, she is 15th on the Buffaloes’ all-time list with 64.

2013-14 (Sophomore):  Led Colorado in both field-goal percentage (.505) and blocked shots (36) while ranking third in rebounding (5.3 rpg).  On the Pac-12 Conference leaderboard, Swan was fifth in field-goal percentage, eighth in blocks (1.1 bpg) and 15th in offensive rebounds (2.4 orpg). She had 12 double-figure scoring games, and shot particularly well in those outings (76-of-128, 59.4 when in double figures). She shot 50 percent or better in 10 of those instances, including a 7-of-9 effort resulting in 16 points in the WNIT win over TCU (3/19). Swan netted a career-high 25 points in just 18 minutes in the home loss to Washington (2/14), hitting 9-of-12 from the field and 7-of-10 from the free-throw line. That career-best night was the middle game of a three-game stretch where she scored 53 points in just 54 minutes (at Oregon, Washington, Washington State). Swan recorded her second career double-double with 20 points and a career-best 13 rebounds against No. 4 ranked Stanford (1/12). She had one other double-digit rebounding game, pulling down 10 in the Pac-12 Tournament first round win over UCLA (3/6). She had a memorable homecoming in Colorado’s come-from-behind overtime win at Arizona (2/23). Swan scored 18 points, grabbed seven rebounds and recorded a career- and team season-high six steals against the Wildcats. She also hit a short jumper with 0.9 seconds remaining which sent the game into overtime. Swan was only one of two Buffs (with Rachel Hargis) to appear in all 34 games. She logged eight starts, mostly coming in the early portion of the Pac-12 season.

2012-13 (Freshman): Swan led Colorado in field-goal accuracy at 45.5 percent (66-of-145) and ranked second in blocks (28) and fourth in rebounding (4.5 rpg). Her success from the field actually improved to 48.1 percent (39-of-81) during Pac-12 play and she was the team’s third-best rebounder during the league schedule (4.6 rpg). Swan appeared in all 32 games and logged one start which came in the second contest of her career. In that game at UMKC (11/18), she scored 14 points on 6-of-9 from the field with three rebounds. Swan wasn’t intimidated by the nation’s best. At No. 6/6 Stanford (1/27) she scored 14 points while recording a personal-best 7-of-9 performance from the field. She had an outstanding Pac-12 Tournament, averaging 10.5 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocks in games against Washington (3/8) and No. 4/4 ranked Stanford (3/9). Swan recorded her first career double-double with a personal-best 15 points to go along with 10 rebounds in the Pac-12 quarterfinal win over Washington. In all she scored in double-digits five times and grabbed double-digit rebounds on two occasions. Swan grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds in the home win over Utah (1/8), narrowly missing a double-double with eight points. She had a career-best four blocked shots in the NCAA Tournament game against Kansas (3/23).

High School: A 2012 graduate of Marana High School near Tucson, where she was highly regarded as the top prospect in the state of Arizona. She was ranked as the eighth best forward in the nation and the 38th best overall player by ESPN HoopGurlz. Swan averaged 20.8 points, 12.8 rebounds, 3.4 blocks and 3.0 steals as a senior, earning All-Southern Arizona, first team All-Division I, and Division I Player of the Year honors from the Tucson Citizen.  A 2012 Sporting News honorable mention All-American, she had a double-double in all but one contest with game highs of 42 points and 19 rebounds. Despite missing 10 games of her senior season with an injury, Swan received honorable mention to the WBCA All-America team and was a McDonald’s All-America nominee. Swan averaged 19.6 points, 13.4 rebounds, 4.1 blocked shots and 4.1 steals for the Tigers as a junior, earning first team All-Southern Arizona and Southern Arizona 4A1 Player of the Year honors from the Tucson Citizen. She was also the Arizona Daily Star Player of the Year and a member of the Class 4A All-State first team. Swan was a 2009-10 Class 4A All-State performer as a sophomore, averaging 21.5 points, 15.2 rebounds and 6.3 blocks per game. Swan earned a total of 12 varsity letters at Marana, also participating in volleyball and track & field. She was the Arizona 2011 Division II state champion in the shot put. Swan played club basketball with the Arizona Elite out of Phoenix.

Academics: Swan is majoring in communication at CU.  She was a three-year member of the Marana High School Student Council and kept a 3.1 GPA.

Personal: Born on Jan. 26, 1994, she is the daughter of Diane Swan. She has one younger brother, Ryan (17) who is a senior in high school and plays basketball. Her mother Diane coached her in high school at Marana.

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