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Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis was born on 3 November, 1993 in Pomona, California, United States. At 27 years old, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis height is 5 ft 10 in (180.0 cm).
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|Age||27 years old|
|Born||3 November 1993|
|Birthplace||Pomona, California, United States|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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In a game against SMU on 11 January 2015, she hit her 319th career three-pointer, which surpassed the old record for career three-pointer by a UConn Husky held by Diana Taurasi. Later that year she broke the NCAA Division I record for career 3-pointers, during UConn's 91-70 regional final win against Dayton. She is now the NCAA Division I record-holder for made three-point attempts,ending the season with 398 threes, and surpassing the prior record of 392, held jointly by Laurie Koehn and Heather Butler.
Mosqueda-Lewis was selected to be a member of the USA Basketball U19 squad, competing for the U19 World Championships in Chile. The USA won their first five games, but then came up short, losing to Canada 64–52. They were still qualified for the medal round, and played France in the quarterfinal. The USA was down by as much as 13 points early in the game, but took a lead with just over a minute to go in the game and ended up with the win 70–64. The USA took an early lead in the semi-final against Brazil, and went on to win to qualify for the gold medal game. She scored 7.9 points per game, and 4.9 rebounds per game to help lead the USA team to a Gold Medal. Mosqueda-Lewis played in all nine games, and was named as a starter in two of the games. In the Gold Medal game against Spain, she was the leading scorer with 15 points (tied with Elizabeth Williams and Stephanie Dolson).
Mosqueda-Lewis, along with teammate Bria Hartley were two of the twelve players selected to be on the team representing the US at the World University Games held in Kazan, Russia in July 2013. The team, coached by Sherri Coale, won the opening four games easily, scoring in triple digits in each game, and winning by 30 or more points in each case. After winning the quarterfinal game against Sweden, they faced Australia in the semifinal. The USA team opened up as much as a 17 point in the fourth quarter of the game but the Australian team fought back and took a one-point lead in the final minute. Crystal Bradford scored a basket with 134 seconds left ant he game to secure a 79–78 victory. The gold medal opponent was Russia, but the USA team never trailed, and won 90–71 to win the gold medal and the World University games Championship. Mosqueda-Lewis was the second leading scorer for the team, averaging 13.0 points per game. She was the leading rebounder for the team, averaging 6.8 per game.
Mosqueda-Lewis and her Mater Dei high school team was invited to the 2011 Hoophall Classic, held in Springfield, Massachusetts. This was not her first experience with the event, as the team participated in 2009. She scored 17 points to help lead her team to an 85–45 victory over Murry Bergtraum from New York City. The event often showcases top high school teams from the region and around the country. Mosqueda-Lewis committed to Connecticut in the spring of her sophomore year. She had also considered California, Kentucky, UCLA, Stanford, Tennessee, and Duke.
Mater Dei faced Brea Olinda in the finals of the 2011 Southern California regional finals. Brea Olinda, with a 29–0 record and Mater Dei, at 28–1 were not only ranked number one and two, respectively, in the county, but also in the state and in the nation. Brea Olinda scored the first four points of the game, but Mater Dei responded with 16 consecutive points. The game was closer at halftime 32–25. Mater Dei extended the margin to a 14-point lead in the third quarter, but Brea Olinda cut the lead to five with 1:24 left in the game. However, Mater Dei hit free throws, and held on to win, behind a team leading sixteen points from Mosqueda-Lewis.
Mosqueda-Lewis is known for her three-point shooting accuracy—she hit a school record nine three-point shots in a game between Mater Dei and Fairfax on March 8, 2011. She made 337 three-pointers at Mater Dei, more than anyone else in her high school history. In 2015, she broke the NCAA Division I record for career 3-pointers, during UConn's 91-70 regional final win against Dayton. As of that game (including what she achieved in that game) she now has 395 for her career.
On March 17, 2011, Mosqueda-Lewis was attending school as usual, and heard an announcement that there would be an assembly to honor the girls and boys basketball team. While she awaited the start of the assembly, Lisa Leslie, Olympic and professional basketball star from California, greeted her and presented her with the news she was the recipient of the 2010-11 Gatorade National Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Leslie, who was the last basketball player from California to win the award, presented the award to her in a televised ceremony.
Mosqueda-Lewis made the decision to choose Connecticut relatively early in the recruiting process. Although she was ranked as the top player in the country, Auriemma tried a low key recruiting approach. According to Mosqueda-Lewis, the message was, ""If you want to go there, fine. If you don't, don't". He told her "You're a California girl. You're not going to make it. I think you might be a little soft" knowing she would remember that one of the best players in the game Diana Taurasi also hailed from California. She took a trip, with her father, to visit the UConn campus when she was fifteen. She met the coaches and players, and decided this was where she wanted to attend. She was ready to make the decision on the spot, but her father insisted on including her mother in the decision. They got on the phone, and minutes later, she decided she would attend UConn. Mosqueda-Lewis had enough self-confidence to ask for player number 23, worn most recently by Maya Moore, a star and UConn and an eventual #1 pick in the 2011 WNBA Draft.
As a freshman in 2011-12, Mosqueda-Lewis started in one of 38 games. She had a breakout freshman campaign as she led the Huskies in scoring with 15 points per game and was third on the team in rebounding with 5.4 per game. Mosqueda-Lewis notched 32 double digit performances and registered 14 consecutive double-digit games to end the season. She was named Big East Freshman of the Year, Sixth Man of the Year and the second Husky freshman honored as the Big East Tournament Most Outstanding Player (2012).
Mosqueda-Lewis continued with the team as it became the U17 team. The team competed in the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship for Women, held in Rodez & Toulouse, France during July 2010. Mosqueda-Lewis helped the team win the gold medal and an 8–0 record. She was the third leading scorer, averaging 11.6 points per game. She hit 19 three-point shots in 39 attempts. Her 19 three-point goals were almost half the team total of 40. Her tournament three-point shooting average was .487, and included a 5–6 outing against Canada.
Mosqueda-Lewis was named captain of her team, and helped lead them to the semifinals of the state tournament in 2009. She averaged over 24 points a game en route to a 31–0 regular season record. While still a sophomore, she was named the Gatorade player of the year for California, and named to the Parade All American list for the country.
Mosqueda-Lewis was selected to be a member of the first ever U16 team for USA Basketball. The team competed in the first FIBA Americas U16 Championship For Women held in Mexico City, Mexico in August 2009. She was the team's leading scorer, averaging 14 points per game, and the second leading rebounder, averaging 4.6 rebounds per game. She helped the team to a 5–0 record and the Gold medal at the competition. The win secured an automatic bid to the 2010 FIBA U17 World Championship.
Kaleena Jordan Mosqueda-Lewis (born Kaleena Jordan Lewis, November 3, 1993) is an American basketball player for the Seattle Storm of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). She plays for the Seattle Storm. Prior to enrolling at UConn she played for Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, California. She played on the USA Basketball U16 National Team, where she helped the team win the FIBA Americas U16 Championship Gold Medal. Mosqueda-Lewis was named the 2011 State Farm/WBCA High School Player of the Year by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association.