42 Chinwe Ezeonu
Chinwe  Ezeonu


Seattle, Wash.

High School:
Seattle Prep





Women’s Hoops Face New Mexico In MW Tourney Opener

The Spartans and Lobos split the season series, each winning on its home floor.


Spartans Host Air Force On Senior Day

For both squads, the game has Mountain West Tournament seeding on the line.


Women's Hoops In Logan To Play Utah State

The Spartans need a win to stay ahead of the Aggies in the MW standings.


MW Tourney Seeding On The Line As SJSU Visits SDSU

Myzhanique Ladd enters the game 28 points from 1,000 for her Spartans' career.


Spartans Snap Eight Game Slide With 57-54 Victory

SJSU led by 16 points in the second quarter and held on for the three point win.

SPARTAN NOTES: Competed for one year as a Spartan.


Academic All-Mountain West

Appeared in 19 games coming off the bench…averaged 0.7 points and 0.4 rebounds points in 4.7 minutes per game…season-high in points, five, came at Oregon State (12/10)…in 11 minutes of action at #8/7 UCLA (11/10), a season high, had two steals…twice grabbed a season-best two rebounds at Santa Clara (11/28) and versus CSUN (12/7). (Game-by-Game Stats)

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2017 graduate and four-year letterwinner at Seattle (Wash.) Prep (coach Michelle Hall)…averaged a double double (13 points and 12 rebounds) for her career…finished her career in the school’s top-10 in rebounds…led her team to the final eight in the state’s 3A Division as a senior and led her team in scoring and rebounding…two-time All-3A Metro District honoree, including first-team selection as a senior…in each year of her high school career was selected by the Seattle Basketball Services as one of the top players in her graduating class…as a senior named among the top-5 players in the 3A Metro District…as a senior played in the Puget Sound Throwdown, for the top players in the state, and invited to be a member of the 2017 Washington All-State Girls Basketball Team…a 101 Club honoree at the 84th Scholar-Athletes Award Luncheon…two-time team MVP…two-year team captain

CHINWE: Undecided on a major…hopes to pursue a career in health care…played club ball with the Tree of Hope EYBL (coaches Tommy James & Damian Young)winning the NIKE Girls EYBL Silver Championship as s junior and a Final Four appearance as a sophomore…among the activities she enjoys in her spare time she list painting, travel and eating great food…the daughter of Rolita and Okechukwu Ezeonu…father played football at Montana State in 1986 & 1987…Chinwe Anakela Ezeonu is a native of Seattle, Wash.