Skip to main content Skip to footer
Sasha Cedeño
15
Sasha  Cedeño

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Spring, Texas

High School:
Klein Oak

Height:
6-3

Position:
G/F

Birthdate:
03/24/1996

Major:
Communications

03/06/2018

Owls Open C-USA Tournament Against UTSA

Owls Open C-USA Tournament Against UTSA

03/05/2018

Cedeño Tabbed Second Team All-Conference

Cedeño Tabbed Second Team All-Conference

02/28/2018

Owls Square Off Against Marshall

Owls Square Off Against Marshall

02/25/2018

Owls Victorious on Senior Day

Owls Victorious on Senior Day

02/24/2018

Owls Take on FIU on Senior Day

FAU Takes on FIU on Senior Day

11/01/2016

WBB ACTS Halloween Visit

The women's basketball team made their annual Halloween trip to ACTS Retirement-Life Community in Boca Raton, Fla.

10/19/2016

22nd Annual Buddy Walk WBB

The women's basketball team attended the 22nd Annual Buddy Walk for the Gold Coast Down Syndrome Organization on Sunday, Oct. 16.

05/04/2015

Sasha Cedeno

Jr. Forward Sasha Cedeno (2014-present)

Photo Gallery

2017-18 (Senior)

      • Earned All-Conference USA Second Team honors
      • The fifth leading scorer in Conference USA, averaging 17.2 points per game
      • Had the fourth best three-point shooting percentage in C-USA (.364) and was the eighth leading rebounder in in the league averaging eight boards per game
      • Became the eighth member of the FAU 1,000 Point Club on February 17 at FIU and finished her career with 1,014 points which is the eighth most in FAU history
      • Her 170 career three pointers are the fourth most at FAU. Her 35.9 career shooting percentage from beyond the arc is also the fourth best mark at FAU
      • Her 435 career rebounds is the 12th most at FAU
      • She scored in double digits in 17 games and 10 of those she had 20-or-more, including 30 points in FAU's first program win against Louisiana Tech. Her points total against the Lady Techsters were the most by on Owl in nearly two years
      • She was named to the C-USA Honor Roll on November 27 after having back-to-back double doubles at Indiana State and against St. Francis Brooklyn
      • She had seven double-doubles on the season, the most on the team

2016-17 (Junior)

      • Made 11 starts and played in all 29 games
      • Had a career-high 24 points at Arizona on 7-of-17 from the floor and 4-for-8 from beyond the arc and added a personal-best 10 boards
      • Led the team in points per game overall (9.8) and against conference opponents (9.3) and in total 3-pointers made with 49
      • Hit double figures in scoring 15 times, which is the most of any Owl this the season
      • Now holds the fourth highest career 3-point field goal percentage at FAU (.357) and seventh most 3-point attempts in a season (159)

2015-16 (Sophomore)

      • Made 13 starts and played in 29 games
      • Averaged 7.6 points and 3.0 rebounds per game
      • Set new career-highs with 18 points at UTSA on Feb. 11, seven rebounds (Marshall 1/7) and six assists versus Delaware State on Nov. 27 and five three-pointers made against Marshall on Jan. 7
      • Went 5-for-5 from three-point range at Middle Tennessee on Feb. 4. to set FAU single-game three-point percentage record
      • Shot 44.2% from three-point range - second highest mark in FAU history


2014-15 (Freshman)

      • Saw action in 29 games, scoring 5.1 points per contest
      • Scored a career-high 15 points against Middle Tennessee on Jan. 10 and matched that mark on Jan. 29 against Charlotte
      • Snagged seven rebounds at Rice on Feb. 21 while also making four three-pointers
      • Shot .397 from the field and .328 from beyond the arc with 2.4 rebounds per game
      • Finished the year second on the team with 13 blocks

High School

      • Averaged 17.9 points per contest, shot 40% from 3-point range, and led the district in blocks under head coach Adrian Bendick
      • She was named first-team all-district each of her last two seasons and had more than 60 career blocks.
      • Tallied more than 400 career points and 200 career rebounds for the Panthers.

Personal

      • The daughter of Jundira and Cesar Cedeno. Major is Pre-Business.

Loading...
College Sports Live

Connect with Us

Facebook

Twitter

  • Loading Tweets...
    1 second ago
Facebook

Facebook

Facebook

Instagram