PERSONAL: DOB 1/08/1986; Height: 181cm
JUNIOR ASSOCIATION: Maitland Mustangs (NSW)
FIRST PLAYED WNBL: 2003/04 AIS
WNBL CLUBS: AIS 2003/4-2005/06; Sydney Uni Flames 2006/07-2007/08; Logan Thunder 2008/09; Sydney Uni 2009/10-2011/12; Canberra Capitals 2012/13
WNBL CHAMPIONSHIPS: Nil
WNBL CAREER NOTES: In the 2009/10 season Mikaela received the Southern Design Impact Player award from the Sydney Uni Flames with an average of 11.2 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. She hit double figures 14 times in 24 games and made it onto the scoreboard on all but one of 24 games. Mikaela was a Grand Finalist with Sydney Uni in the 2007/08 season, averaging 8.2 points per game. She averaged 2.8 rebounds for AIS in the 2004/05 season and 5.5 points per game during the 2003/04 season for the AIS.
INTERNATIONAL CAREER NOTES: 2005 FIBA Junior World Championships; 2007 FIBA U21 World Championships (Silver)
GENERAL BASKETBALL NOTES: Represented NSW Country U16 2001, U18 2002/03 and NSW U20 2005 at National Junior Championships… attended the Australian Junior Camp 2002 and 2004 … member of the Gems squad (Australian Junior Women) 2003-2005… chosen in Gems team for Junior World Championships July 2005… U/21 Australia Sapphires World Championship team 2007 – Silver medallist. Mikaela played for the Maitland Mustangs in the Waratah ABA Competition in 2009 but suited up for the Frankston Blues in the 2010 SEABL Competition.
PERSONAL INFORMATION: Mikaela has a brother Aaron and two sisters Rebekah and Mattea. Mikaela is in her first year studying Fashion Design and hopes one day to design her own clothing line
COACH'S COMMENT: A consummate professional who has overcome significant injury setbacks to continue her career. Settled in nicely during her first year in Canberra and has everything in place to push for an increasing responsibility in the team structure.
|Competition||Season||M||MIN||2PM-A||1st Half H.S||3PM-A||3PT
|FTM-A||FT %||PF||Total Pts||TOT||AST||PTS|
|2012/13||2012||15||02/11/2012||26 - 70||37.1||16 - 14||11||- - Sydney||68.8||3.3|
|2011/12||2012||22||08/02/2012||23 - 50||46.0||30 - 19||20||- - AIS||66.7||2.9|
|2009/10||2010||24||08/01/2010||- - -||0.0||39 - 78||27||- - Bendigo||69.2||5.2|
|2007/08||2008||26||07/12/2007||- - -||0.0||35 - 73||29||- - West Coast||82.9||3.9|
|2006/07||Summer||23||07/01/2007||50 - 103||48.5||42 - 58||35||- - AIS||83.3||3.1|
|2005/06||Summer||21||08/10/2005||49 - 131||37.4||28 - 98||24||- - West Coast||85.7||5.5|
|2004/05||Summer||20||04/12/2004||35 - 86||40.7||16 - 23||10||- - Adelaide||62.5||2.8|
|2003/04||Summer||2||05/10/2003||5 - 9||55.6||1 - 3||- - West Coast||0.0||2.5|