Named to the Pac-12 All-Freshman team as well as the All-Pac-12 teams in her junior and senior years, Maite Cazorla was a star at Oregon and across the country.
Playing in a total of 146 for the Ducks, Cazorla was a shooting phenom. In her freshman year, the Duck averaged 11.7 points per game while offering her teammates 5.9 assists per game as well.
Cazorla was a part of the team that danced all the way into the Final Four in 2019 and was the eighth former Duck ever drafted into the WNBA.
Throughout her time in Eugene, Cazorla accumulated a total of 1,474 points – the sixth most in Duck history. She also has the second most assists in the Oregon record books (691).
Cazorla’s college career came to a close as Sabrina Ionescu, Ruthy Hebard, and Satou Sabally’s careers picked up speed but I reckon the quartet would have carried Oregon to a win in the NCAA National Championship.