|High School:||Mountain State Academy (W.Va.)|
Sophomore season (2009-10)
Saw action in 12 games off the bench … averaged 1.0 point per game and 0.6 rebounds per game … had a season-high five points at Liberty on Nov. 17 … that game was a bit of a homecoming of sorts, as she spent her junior year in high school in Virginia at Lynchburg’s Holy Cross Regional … scored four points in a season-high 16 minutes at Georgia Southern on Dec. 29 … also had a season-high two assists in that game … had seven assists to just five turnovers on the season … had two assists each at Liberty and against North Carolina Central on Dec. 16 … earned a spot on the Chancellor’s List in the fall semester.
Freshman season (2008-09)
Appeared in 18 games off the bench, seeing 7.1 minutes of action per game … averaged 1.8 points and 1.3 rebounds per game … shot a team-high 47.4 percent from the field (9-for-19) on the year … also led the squad in free throw percentage at 77.8 percent (14-for-18) … scored her first collegiate points with a pair of free throws at Wake Forest on Nov. 17 … also had a career-best three steals against the Demon Deacons … scored a career-high nine points against Illinois State on Dec. 22 … was 2-for-4 from the field and 5-for-6 from the free throw line in that game … had a career-best three rebounds five times … had four games in which she was perfect from the field … made seven straight shots over seven games … hit her first career 3-pointer at College of Charleston on Jan. 26 … scored four points against Wofford in the Southern Conference tournament, going 4-for-4 from the free throw line … also had three rebounds for the fifth time on the season … earned spots on the Dean’s List in both semesters and the Chancellor’s List in the spring semester.
Helped Holy Cross Regional High School to the Virginia Independent Schools Division III State Championship in 2007 … transferred to the Academy at Mountain State University (W.Va.) and played for head coach Valerie McGraw for one season … was a member of the Lithuanian Under-20 National Team for four years for head coach Rasa Kreivyte.
Agneta Morkunaite … born Aug. 13, 1989 in Vilnius Lithuania … daughter of Andrius Morkunas and Valda Morkuniene … has one younger sister, Gabija … majoring in hospitality and tourism management.