15 - Christine Matera
Height: 5-8
Year: Senior
Hometown: Moorestown, N.J.
High School: Camden Catholic
Position: Guard
Major: Psychology
House Affiliation: Eliot

2010-11 (Senior)
Team captain ... Started all 28 games ... Averaged 5.6 points per game, fifth on the team, scoring in double figures six times ... Averaged 2.3 assists per game, second best on the team ... Grabbed 1.8 rebounds per game ... Had five points and a career-high tying four assists in win at Maine (Nov. 13) ... Scored 10 points and handed out three assists at Navy (Nov. 20) ... Equaled a career high in assists with four against Boston University (Nov. 23) ... Put up 14 points, including three treys and grabbed four rebounds at Florida (Dec. 7) ... Drained two threes and went 4-for-5 from the field for 10 points at Boston College (Jan. 6) ... Nailed three three-pointers in a 4-for-7 effort from the field and scored 11 points in win over NJIT (Jan. 9) ... Scored 10 pounts, grabbed five rebounds, handed out two assists and collected a steal in win over Brown (Feb. 25) ... Led the Crimson with 13 points on a 5-of-9 effort from the field and a 3-for-5 performance from beyond the arc at Princeton (Mar. 5).

2009-10 (Junior):
Team Captain … Played in 29 games, making 28 starts ... Averaged 10.3 points per game  … Led the Crimson and the Ivy League in three-pointers made with 2.5 per game … Ranked sixth in the league in three-point field goal percentage (.410) … Went 3-of-6 from beyond the arc for nine points in win against Boston College ... Made first collegiate start and drained three treys for nine points in win over Maine ... Scored 12 points on 4-of-8 shooting from three-point land in loss to Sacred Heart ... Scored 12 points on four three-pointers in win against Holy Cross ... Drained four three-pointers for a then-season-high 16 points and blocked first two collegiate shots in win versus Boston University ... Had nine points and played a career-high 44 minutes in double overtime win over Northeastern ... Scored a career-high 19 points on a 7-for-14 effort from the field against Marist ... Handed out a career-high four assists in win at UMass ... Scored 14 points on 5-for-5 shooting, including 4-for-4 from behind the arc in win over Columbia ... Led the Crimson with 16 points against Cornell ... Scored 19 points against Princeton on 4-for-5 shooting, including 2-for-2 from behind the arc and a perfect 9-for-9 from the charity stripe ... Led the team in scoring with 19 points against Penn on 7-for-13 shooting ... Hit the game-winning three with 1.3 seconds remaining to lift team past Penn ... Recorded two blocks and two steals against Princeton ... Led the team with 17 points on 6-for-12 shooting, including 5-for-8 from beyond the arc against Dartmouth.

2008-09 (Sophomore):
Led the Crimson with 41 three-pointers ... Was 10th in the Ivy League in three-pointers made (1.4 per  game) and three-point field goal percentage (.333) ... Scored four points in season opener against Loyola ... Also saw action against CCSU ... Had three points and career-high two steals against Marist ... Scored six points on two three-pointers and pulled down season-high three rebounds in win at Siena ... Handed out three assists and scored a three-pointer in win over UNH ... Had a career game against Maine, posting then- career-highs in points (11), baskets (4), shots (11) and three-pointers (3) ... Equaled career-high with 11 points on three trifectas in win at UCSB ... Tied a career-high by making four baskets in win over Northeastern ... Had biggest weekend of career with career-high 17 points on 5-for-5 shooting from three against Penn ... Went 4-for-6 from three for 14 points, one assist and two steals against Princeton ... Scored 16 points on a 6-of-12 shooting performance against Brown ... Hit four treys for 12 points in loss to St. John’s.

2007-08 (Freshman):
Made collegiate debut against James Madison ... Scored first collegiate basket against Siena ... Went 2-for-6 from the field for five points against Fairfield ... Went 2-for-6 from the field for the second game in a row, which included a 2-for-5 effort from three-point land for a career-high six points ... Pulled down a career-high three rebounds against Pitt ... Went 2-for-3 from the floor for four points in win over BU ... Scored a career-high seven points on 2-for-4 shooting, which included two from long range against Vermont ... Pulled down a career-high six rebounds against Chicago State ... Equaled career high in field goals made (2), field goals attemtped (2), three-point field goals made (2) and points (7) in win over Princeton.

Before Harvard:
Four-year varsity starter ... Team captain as a senior ... Two-time first team All-Olympic Conference ... Two-time first team All-Parochial by the Al Carino Basketball Club ... Named first team All-Parochial by the Camden County Courier Post ... New Jersey Parochial A State champion in 2006 ... Fourth in school history with 1,402 points ... Made 192 career three-pointers ... AAU team Fencor was three-time national champion (2002, 2004, 2005) and two-time runner-up (2003, 2006).

Member of the National, Social Studies, Latin and Math Honor Societies ... Bloustein Scholar ... Uncle, Brian, played football at Maryland, where he appeared in the Cotton Bowl, Hall of Fame Bowl, Sun Bowl and Japan Bowl (College All-Star game).

Career Highs:
Points: 19, several times, most recent 2/6/10
Field Goals Made: 7, twice, most recent, 2/6/10
Field Goal Attempts: 14 at Marist, 12/29/09
Field Goal Percentage: 1.000, several times, most recent, 1/29/10
3-pt. Field Goals Made: 5 , twice, most recent, 2/5/10
3-pt. Field Goals Attempted: 10, twice, most recent, 1/30/10
3-pt. Field Goal Percentage: 1.000, several times, most recent, 2/5/10
Free Throws Made 9 at Princeton, 2/5/10
Free Throws Attempted: 9 at Princeton, 2/5/10
Free Throw Percentage: 1.000, several times most recent, 3/6/10
Rebounds: 6 vs. Chicago State, 12/30/07
Assists: 4, several, most recent 3/5/11
Steals: 2, several times, most recent, 3/9/10
Blocked Shots: 2, several times, 3/6/10
Minutes Played: 44 v. Northeastern, 12/9/09

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