10 Elisa Ogawa
Elisa Ogawa
Birth Date: 05/23/1990
Height: 5-10
Year: Junior
Hometown: Yamanashi, Japan
High School: Boston Community Leadership Academy
Position: G

2010-11 Started in all 25 games in her first season with the Beacons ... Averaged 7.3 points per game (182 points)and 5.7 rebounds per game (143 rebounds) ... Combined for 13 blocks and 36 steals to help the defense ... Handed out 55 assists ... Shot 31.3% from the field (72-230), 31.8% from 3-point range (14-44), and 57.1% from the line (24-42) in 763 minutes of action ... Scored a career-high 15 points on January 13 against Bridgewater State ... Finished the season with seven 10+ point games ... Pulled down a career-high 10 boards on Dec. 7 at Mount Ida and on Feb. 15 at Southern Maine ... Shot a career best 55.6% (5-9)against Bridgewater ... Made a career-high seven free throws on February 12 against Plymouth State.

2009-10 Saw action in 17 games, while making two starts for NAIA school University of Science and Arts Oklahome ... Averaged 0.5 points and 1.2 rebounds per game for the Division II caliber school ... Registered season highs of three points and four rebounds vs. Oklahoma Christian University on Feb. 4.

- Transferred from University of Science and Arts Oklahoma ... Four-time letterwinner playing for Brighton High School ... Helped lead the Bengals to the 2007-08 Boston City League Championship ... Named BCL MVP following 2007-08 season ... Honored as a BCL All-Star all four years of high school career ... Selected to the Prefecture All-Star Team out of Yamanashi, Japan in 2006 ... Member of the National Honors Society ... Born May, 23, 1990 ... Daughter of Pamela Floyd-Ogawa ... Majoring in environmental health science (EHS) ... Enjoys watching cartoon and eating.