Four Waves were honored on this year's WCC postseason awards.
Green was honored before the game for senior day.
Pepperdine starts the WCC season 1-0 and has a three-game winnings streak going.
Green scored a total of 50 points in two wins for the Waves.
Pepperdine now has a break before opening conference play.
Kyle Terada of the WCC provided these photos of the WCC Tournament first-round game in Las Vegas.
WBB vs. LMU
Women's Basketball vs. San Francisco
Women's Basketball vs. Pacific
Women's Basketball vs. Gonzaga
Green Career Stats
PEPPERDINE 2016-2017: Played in 28 games and made 25 starts for the Waves in her senior season … Was second on the team with 14.4 points per game … Had 23 steals and 15 blocks on the year … Second on the team shooting 34.6% from three … Had a career-high 30 points against Loyola Marymount on 3/30, good for fourth all time at Pepperdine … Had a career-high nine rebounds against San Francisco on 2/25 … Posted a career-high six assists against San Francisco on 2/2 … Was an All-WCC honorable mention … Named WCC Player of the Week for the week of 12/26 … Became the 22nd Pepperdine player to reach the 1,000 career point mark.
PEPPERDINE 2015-16: Played in all 31 games, making 21 starts for the Waves as a junior … Was third on the team averaging 9.2 points per game … Also pulled down 3.3 rebounds in 27.0 minutes per contest … Was third on the team with 34 steals … Posted 37 assists and 11 blocks as well … Shot 40.4% from the field, 41% from three and 72.1% from the free throw line … Scored a season-high 24 points against UC Santa Barbara (11/29/15) … Had 17 points and matched a season-high with seven rebounds in the Waves’ opening round WCC Tournament win over Pacific (3/3/16) … Scored in double digits 13 times … Other season highs include five assists (vs. LMU, 2/27/16), three steals (five times) and two blocks (twice).
PEPPERDINE 2014-15: Appeared in 29 games and made 22 starts as a sophomore for the Waves … Was third on the team, scoring 11.8 points per game in 31.5 minutes per contest … Also averaged 3.8 rebounds per game … Posted 56 assists and 30 steals … Led the team shooting 83 percent from the free throw line (44-for-53) … Made 29 3-pointers on the season, second most on the team … Scored a career-high 30 points against LMU (12/29) … Knocked down a career-best four threes against Santa Clara (1/2) … Put up double-digit point totals 18 times … Scored 24 points against BYU (1/10) … Score more than 20 points three times and over 15 nine times.
PEPPERDINE 2013-14: Appeared in 26 games, making 17 starts as a freshman ... Earned WCC All-Freshman team honors ... 11.4 points per game led all WCC freshman and was fourth on the team ... Averaged 4.4 rebounds and 30.0 minutes per game ... Was third on the team with 11.1 points per game in WCC play, also averaging 4.2 rebounds in 31.8 minutes per game ... Posted a career-high 27 points against Long Beach State (11/30/13) ... Also eclipsed the 20-point mark with a 24-point game against Santa Clara (1/2/14) ... Had 16 double-digit scoring games, including a stretch where she scored double digits in 13 of 16 games midway through the season ... Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds twice, against San Diego (12/28/13) and Portland (2/8/14) ... Had multiple steals in six games.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Sacramento Charter High School, playing four years of varsity basketball under head coach Maichelle Massari ... As a senior averaged 12.4 points per game and 4.0 rebounds ... Was named Division 2 All-State first team and All-Metro League first team ... Rated an 88 by espn.com's recruiting site ... Seven high school teammates earned Division I scholarships.
CLUB: Played her club ball for Norcal Elite Black, the Sacramento Sting and Cal Sparks Norcal Black ... Her Cal Sparks Norcal Black team was ranked 46 in its first year in AAU.
PERSONAL: Given name is Alandria Louise Green ... Born in Sacramento, Calif. ... Parents are Stacy and Albert Green ... Has three siblings, Alexa (21), Alese (13) and Albert (11) ... Hopes to become an athletic trainer or sports broadcaster ... Majoring in interpersonal communications ... Chose Pepperdine because it is, "A wonderful school with a beautiful location, an excellent education system and a basketball system and family I am willing to be a part of."
FAVORITES: Carmelo Anthony (athlete) ... New York Knicks (team) ... Malcolm X (movie) ... Scandal (TV show) ... Wale (musical artist) ... Spaghetti (food) ... Gymnastics (sport other than basketball)