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Laura Garriga
Laura Garriga

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Barcelona, Spain

High School:
les Joaquim Blume Esplugues

Height:
6-0

Position:
Forward



11/18/2006

Purdue vs. Washington (11/17/06)

Purdue vs. Washington (11/17/06)

2008-09 - Junior
Named Academic All-Big Ten...Played in eight games, averaging 2.6 minutes per game...Logged five minutes vs. IUPUI and was perfect from the field (1 of 1)...Recorded an assist vs. Northwestern...Had at least one rebound in three games...Averaged 0.3 points and 0.5 rebounds per game.

2007-08 - Sophomore
Named Academic All-Big Ten...Played in 13 games, averaging 2.5 minutes per game...Scored season-high two points at North Carolina...Recorded career-high four rebounds vs. Old Dominion...Played season-high five minutes vs. Connecticut...Had at least one rebound in six games.

2006-07 - Freshman
16 game appearances, averaging 3.2 minutes per game...Scored in four games...Logged season-high nine minutes and season-high four points at Butler...Pulled down season-high two rebounds vs. Hartford...Had at least one rebound in six games.

les Joaquim Blume Esplugues Highlights
Since 2002 attended the magnet school in Barcelona; participating in Siglo XXI, a basketball team managed by the Spanish Federation of Basketball ... has been invited to numerous tryouts for various Spanish National Teams ... averaged 14 points per game ... pulled down seven rebounds per game ... played in World High School Championship winning gold ... coached by Ramon Jordana.

Personal
Full name is Laura Garriga Elema...Born February 22, 1988, in Spain...parents are Albert Garriga and Ati H. Elema ... majoring in public relations.

Noteworthy
Summer of 2009 worked as an intern for a theater production company in London...Starting in 2002, attended les Joaquim Blume Esplugues, a magnet high school in Barcelona, Spain...Participated on Siglo XXI, a club program managed by the Spanish Federation of Basketball, while in Barcelona...Mother studied at DePauw University, Greencastle, Ind...Grandfather attended an agricultural short course at Purdue in the 1950s.