Levrets on Nawahine: "Malia is a versatile wing. She can score in a variety of ways and already has a great understanding of cutting on the offensive end. Her length and athleticism should allow her to become a great defender."
2013-14 (Freshman): Ten points and two rebounds in Ute debut against Denver (11/8/13) ... hit a 3-pointer and grabbed two rebounds with first career assist against No. 15/12 Nebraska (11/15/13).
High School: 2012-13 Gatorade Utah Girls Basketball Player of the Year ... Salt Lake Tribune Prep Female Athlete of the Year ... Deseret News Ms. Basketball ... Valley Player of the Year ... led Springville HS to a 4A state championship with an undefeated season (25-0) ... 18.6 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.3 steals and 2.6 assists per game as a senior ... 40 percent three-point shooter ... MVP of the state tournament ... all-star game ... 2013 Region 8 MVP ... two-time all-state ... led Springville to the state championship game in 2012, scoring 91 points with 27 three-pointers in the state tournament ... averaged 18 points, eight rebounds and three steals per game ... moved from California to Utah before her junior year ... has also participated in track and volleyball.
Personal: Daughter of Hank and Eve Nawahine ... has six brother and two sisters ... grandfather Bill Cravens played football at Utah (1960-62) ... sister of teammate Valerie Nawahine ... cousin of teammate Wendy Anae ... major is undeclared.