UW looks for tenth conference win
Wyoming reaches nine wins in the conference
Three Cowgirls finish with 20-plus points
Three Cowgirls finish in double-figures
UW looks to earn fourth MW victory
Wyoming vs. Nevada
Sophomore (2012-13): A Third Team All-Mountain West selection for the first time in her career...started in all 32 games on the season while averaging a team high 33.3 minutes per game...averaged 11.8 points, which was third on the team, and 2.6 rebounds...shot 138-328 (.421) from the field and 70-167 (.419) from beyond the arc...in MW contests, she averaged 12.4 points and 2.9 rebounds per game...shot 72-186 (.387) from the field and 36-96 (.375) from the three point line...ranked first in three point field goal percentage (70-167, .419), third in three point field goals made (2.2 tpfgm), seventh in minutes played (33.3 mpg), 13th in and field goal percentage (138-328, .421) and14th in scoring (11.8 ppg) overall in the Mountain West, while she was second in three-point field goals made, fourth in minutes played, eighth in three-point field goal percentage and 12th in scoring in league games...recorded her first double-figure scoring game with 14 points against Denver (11/16/12)...finished with 25 points plus seven rebounds against Pepperdine (11/24/12)...had her third double-figure scoring game of the season with 16 points against Colorado (11/28/12)...followed that up with 19 points against Eastern Michigan (12/1/12)...had 18 points while shooting 7-11 (.636) from the field against Weber State (12/14/12)...brought down a career high eight rebounds while scoring 15 points against Boise State (1/9/13)...was 8-12 from the field and 6-9 from beyond the arc to finish with a career high 27 points against Air Force (1/26/13)...followed that up with 18 points against New Mexico (1/30/13)...shot a perfect 5-5 from beyond the arc and 10-16 (.625) from the field against Dakota Wesleyan (10/29/12), starting at the guard position in the Cowgirls first exhibition game...followed that up with seven points in 24 minutes against Regis (11/5/12)...recorded double-figures 21 times, including a four-game stretch and led the team six times in scoring...ranks 12th in three-point field goals made (116) and three-point field goals attempts (310).
Freshman (2011-12): Played and started in all 29 games for the Cowgirls in her first year...started in her first career game as a Cowgirl against Utah State (11/11/11)...finished with ten points, four rebounds and two assists...averaged 9.1 points, which was fourth on the team, and 2.3 rebounds per game...shot 95-283 (.336) from the field and 46-143 (.322) from beyond the arc...in conference play, she averaged 8.2 points and 2.1 rebounds...shot 40-113 (.354) from the field and 22-58 (.379) from beyond the arc...ranked seventh in three-point field goals made (1.6 tpfgm) and minutes played (33.6 mpg) and tenth in three point field goal percentage (46-143, .322), while in MW games, she was sixth in three-point field goal percentage and seventh in three-point field goals made...finished with 14 points, plus three rebounds against Montana (12/3/11)...had a season high six rebounds along with 11 points against Maryville (12/10/11)...finished with 13 points and five rebounds in 45 minutes against Weber State (12/15/11)...shot 6-9 (.667) from the field in that game...followed that up with a season high 20 points and three assists against Idaho (12/18/11)...shot 5-6 (.833) from beyond the arc to finish with 15 points against Air Force (1/18/12)...recorded 14 points and three assists in the second exhibition game against Western State (11/4/11)...started in her first action as a Cowgirl against CSU-Pueblo (10/28/11)...finished with a game high 21 points, plus three rebounds in 37 minutes of play...was 6-21 from the field and 7-7 from the free throw line...recorded double-figures 14 times on the season which included a stretch of six games in a row...led the team in scoring and steals three times, assists six times and blocked shots five.
High School: A four-time First Team All-Conference selection while attending Mesa Ridge High School...was also selected three times First Team All-State by the Denver Post...over her four year career, she led her team to a 87-17 overall record, two top eight finishes and one final four finish in the state...as a senior, she averaged 25.5 points and 2.7 rebounds while she was selected to "The Show" All-Star game for the second year in a row and to the All-Colorado Team...a team captain during her junior year, she averaged almost 20 points per game and was selected to play in "The Show"...in that same season, she set the all-time scoring record in school history with 1,332 points and was the first player to reach the 1,000 point mark...finished with 2,042 points for her career...a three-time letterwinner in basketball, she also played volleyball for three seasons...was coached in high school by Eric Hulen...an excellent student, she was a member of the National Honor Society and selected Academic All-State.
Personal: Full name Kaitlyn Christine Mileto...born December 12, 1992 in Colorado Springs, Colo...is the daughter of Paul and Sherri Mileto...has a brother, Dylan...majoring in elementary education.