Ex-New Mexico State Star Sasha Weber Is Ready To Take Her Talents Abroad

Sasha Weber is a 6', 165lb, 22-year old combo guard who finished her career at New Mexico State University in 2015-16 as the Aggies' seventh leading all-time scorer.With Sasha leading the way, NMSU reached the NCAA tournament twice, the school's first appearances in nearly 30 years. The Aggies 26-5 record in 2015-16 was the best in NMSU history. This was the second time she was instrumental in turning a program in the right direction.When she arrived at Timberline High School the team had been 15-111 over the previous six seasons. As THS' all-time scoring leader, Sasha led the Blazers to an undefeated regular season and their first Washington state tournament appearance her junior year.
 
During her last two college seasons, Sasha was the only Western Athletic Conference player to be named both First Team All-WAC and All-Academic twice with a 3.49 GPA in Mass Communications.She was one of the NCAA's top 10 active career three shooters in '15-16 with 269 made and a 41.1 percentage. She also has pure point guard skills with great vision and transition passing ability.  She was a fan favorite in Las Cruces with kids making signs saying things like "I WANNA BE LIKE SASHA" and is very personable with an ability to help market a team to its fans.Sasha was born in California, moved to Washington state then attended NMSU 1700 miles from home so is capable of adjusting to new environments without getting homesick. 
Phone numbers for coaching references:
 
Mark Trakh, New Mexico State head coach:  (949) 981-8097
Tamara Inoue, UC-Irvine head coach (former NMSU assistant):  (408) 364-6446
 
 
Sasha is determined, focus, and ready to help a team by filling any role. Her enthusiasm & passion for the game is second to none. She hits the gym daily to work on her game. She is never satisfied. Her determination, drive and competitive s has her primed for next level success. 
 
You can get additional information on Sasha from Kameo Williams at (707)520-HOOP.
 
 
 
 
 
Notes: Photo Cred to McClure Images