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  • Aliyah Jeune

    "As a redshirt junior, Aliyah Jeune " know as AJ was named the OVC Newcomer of the Year... Also an All-OVC First Team pick... Posted three double-doubles and averaged 16.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.5 steals per game as Morehead State reached the WNIT Second Round in 2019...Named OVC Newcomer of the Week five times and OVC Player of the Week three times... Shot 36.8 percent from the floor and 30.9 percent from 3-point range... Was 71.8 percent from the free-throw line... Hit career highs with 30 points vs. Alice Lloyd (KY), 12 rebounds vs. Jacksonville State, eight assists vs. Tennessee State and five steals vs. Kentucky Christian... Recorded 24 double-digit scoring outings and 14 20-plus outings.. At 6’1 - Very good shooting guard … Good size and length for position with a 6’1 wingspan and 6’7 standing reach … Very good ball handler. Creates and breaks down the defense off the dribble to shoot the ball quickly; effectively uses her crossover, changing direction/speed, and knows how to shift her defender to get a shot off . NBA Comparison: Kevin Durant style of play. "

  • Sabrina Ionescu

    "PRONUNCIATION - Sabrina Yo-Ness-Coo With 1,984 points, 792 assists and 756 rebounds, Ionescu has the chance to become the first player in NCAA women's basketball history to reach 2,000+ career points, 1,000+ career assists and 1,000+ career rebounds. Only Gonzaga's Courtney Vandersloot has reached 2,000+ points and 1,000+ career assists. MEDIA - A Letter to Ducks Nation (Players' Tribune) - Sabrina's Obsession (ESPN.com, story and video) - Sabrina Ionescu is Always On (Bleacher Report) - The Making of Sabrina Ionescu: Oregon's Lean, Mean, Triple-Double Machine (Sports Illustrated) AS A JUNIOR | 2018-19 - Wade Trophy Winner (national player of the year) - Wooden Award Winner (most outstanding player in women’s college basketball) - Nancy Lieberman Award Winner (second straight season, nation's top point guard) - Honda Sport Award finalist - Pac-12 Player of the Year - All-Pac-12 - WBCA first team All-American - ESPNW first team All-American - Associated Press first team All-American - Wooden All-American - USBWA first team All-American - Naismith Trophy finalist - Dawn Staley Award finalist - NCAA Portland Regional MVP - Pac-12 All-Tournament Team - ESPNW Preseason Player of the Year - Preseason AP All-American - Preseason all-Pac-12 Was eligible to declare for the 2019 WNBA draft but chose to return for her senior season, announced in a Players' Tribune article (link above)...Helped the Ducks to their first ever Final Four...Started all 38 games, averaging 19.9 points, 7.4 rebounds and 8.2 assists in 35.9 minutes per game...Broke the NCAA all-time (men's and women's) triple-double record with the 13th of her career on Dec. 20, 2018 against Air Force with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 13 assists...Now has 18 career triple-doubles and an NCAA record eight this season...Snapped the UO single-game assists record with 17 dimes on Dec. 2, 2018 against Long Beach State...Broke the previous record of 14 - which she had matched twice previously - midway through the third quarter of a 110-48 win over the 49ers...Matched her own Pac-12 Tournament single-game record with 13 assists against Arizona on March 8...Owns the UO NCAA Tournament record with 31 points against Mississippi State in the Elite Eight...Led the Pac-12 and ranked third in the NCAA in assists per game (8.2)...Led the nation with 311 total assists....Second in the Pac-12 and eighth in the NCAA with 755 total points...Fourth in the Pac-12 in scoring (19.9 ppg)...Second in the Pac-12 and 14th in the NCAA in three-point percentage (42.9)...Played 1,369 minutes, the most in the NCAA. AS A SOPHOMORE | 2017-18 - Nancy Lieberman Award Winner (National Point Guard of the Year) - Pac-12 Player of the Year - All-Pac-12 - Pac-12 Tournament MVP - Wade Trophy finalist (WBCA national player of the year) - Wooden Award finalist (National player of the year) - Honda Sport Award finalist - WBCA first team All-American - Associated Press first team All-American - Wooden Award All-American - USBWA first team All-American - USA Today first team All-American - ESPNW first team All-American - Bleacher Report's "50 Most Influential People in Sports Culture" (Link) - NCAA all-Spokane Regional Team Started all 38 of Oregon's games as a sophomore as the Ducks won both the Pac-12 regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the Elite Eight for the second straight year...Named the Pac-12 player of the year in both the coach and media vote...The third player in UO history to win the award (Shaquala Williams in 2000, Lauri Landerholm in 1987) and the first sophomore to win Pac-12 player of the year since Stanford's Candice Wiggins in 2005...Set UO single-season record for both total points (748) and total assists (298)...Broke the Pac-12 single-season record with 298 total assists...Led the conference with both 19.7 points per game and 7.8 assists per game...Ranked 10th in the NCAA and second in the Pac-12, shooting 43.8 percent from three-point range...Scored a career-high 36 points to beat Stanford in the Pac-12 Tournament title game on March 4, a league championship game record...Named Pac-12 Tournament MVP after averaging 21.0 points, 7.3 assists and 5.0 rebounds over three wins while shooting 51.0 percent from the floor...Set the NCAA career record with her eighth career triple-double on Dec. 31 against Washington in just her 48th career game...In the same game head coach Kelly Graves won his 500th career game, scored 24 points to go with 14 rebounds and 10 assists vs. the Huskies to break the NCAA career record of seven previously shared by Penn State's Suzie McConnell (128 games, 1985-88) and Louella Tomlinson of Saint Mary's (125 games, 2008-11)...Posted her ninth triple-double on Jan. 28 at Utah with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 13 assists...Recorded her 10th career triple-double in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Seattle U with 19 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists, the 16th triple-double in NCAA Tournament history. AS A FRESHMAN | 2016-17 - USBWA Freshman of the Year - ESPNW Freshman of the Year - Pac-12 Freshman of the Year - All-Pac-12 - Pac-12 all-Freshman - Pac-12 all-Tournament Team - NCAA all-Bridgeport Regional Team Tallied four triple-doubles, more than any other freshman in NCAA single-season history, and also broke the UO career record for triple-doubles...Her first game against San Jose State on Nov. 27 with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists...Her second triple-double came two games later at Clemson on Dec. 12 with 23 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists...Third was against Utah on Jan. 22 with 14 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high 13 assists...Fourth came in an upset win over No. 15 UCLA with 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists...Also posted seven double-doubles...Ranked third in the Pac-12 and 29th in the NCAA with 183 assists on the year...Her 1.93-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio was second-best in the Pac-12...Averaged 14.6 points, 6.6 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game in her first season with the Ducks...Second on the team in scoring, second in rebounding, first in assists...Hit a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer to win at No. 20 Cal on Jan. 8 near her hometown of Walnut Creek...Hit game-winning free throws to beat No. 11 Washington in the second round of the Pac-12 Tournament in front of a sold out crowd at KeyArena on March 3...Scored 20+ points six times with a season-high 26 in a win over UT San Antonio on Nov. 20...Tallied 21 points, seven assists and six rebounds in Oregon's Elite Eight win over Maryland on March 25...Averaged 16.3 points, 7.3 rebounds and 5.8 assists per game in the NCAA Tournament while shooting 45.8 percent from the floor and 45.0 percent from three...Named Pac-12 freshman of the week four times, USBWA national freshman of the week once and Pac-12 player of the week once...On Feb. 13, after posting a double-double in a win over USC and a triple-double in a win over UCLA, she swept the Pac-12 freshman and player of the week honors...Just the 17th player in Pac-12 history to be named both All-Pac-12 and Pac-12 all-Freshman...Oregon was the only team in the 2017 NCAA Tournament to start three freshmen - Mallory McGwire, Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard. CAREER HIGHS (Through junior season) Points: 36, vs Stanford -- 03/04/18 Rebounds: 14, Washington -- 12/31/17 Assists: 17, Long Beach State -- 12/02/18 Steals: 6, vs Hawaii -- 12/22/17; Southern Utah -- 12/09/17 Blocks: 2, 5 times FG made: 14, vs Stanford -- 03/04/18 FG attempts: 27, at Oregon State -- 01/19/18 3FG made: 6, 4 times 3FG attempts: 18, Washington -- 12/31/17 FT made: 17, Mississippi State -- 12/18/18 FT attempts: 17, Mississippi State -- 12/18/18 USA NATIONAL TEAM Won a second straight USA Basketball 3x3 national title in 2019, winning the event in Las Vegas with Ruthy Hebard, Oti Gildon and Lydia Giomi...Invited to USA Basketball senior team training camp in South Carolina on Sept. 1, 2018...Along with fellow UO teammates Erin Boley, Hebard and Gildon, represented the USA at the FIBA 3x3 World Cup in the Phillipines during the summer of 2018, finishing fifth with a 4-1 record...Earned the bid after going undefeated at the USA Basketball 3x3 national championship in the spring...Named to the USA U23 national team in the summer of 2017... Won gold at the 2017 Four Nations Tournament in Tokyo, Japan, averaging 10.3 points over three games...Also won gold medals with the U16 and U17 USA national teams...Helped the USA to a championship at the 2013 U16 FIBA Americas Championship in Cancun, Mexico and the 2014 U17 FIBA World Championships in Pilsen, Czech Republic. HIGH SCHOOL Named the national player of the year by both USA Today and Maxpreps following her senior season...Played in both the McDonald's All-America and Jordan Brand All-America games...Named the McDonald's All-America game MVP after scoring a record 25 points, including seven three-pointers, with 10 rebounds...Rated the No. 4 recruit in the nation by ESPNW…California's Gatorade state player of the year as a senior...Part of Oregon's seven-player recruiting class ranked No. 3 in the nation...Led Miramonte HS to the CIF open division title game in her senior season after averaging 25.3 points, 8.8 assists, 7.6 rebounds, 4.5 steals and 1.3 blocks per game...Posted a triple-double in the championship game loss to Chaminade with 24 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds..Averaged 18.7 points, 7.7 rebounds, 4.2 assists and 4.7 steals per game in her junior season, helping Miramonte HS to a 30-2 record and an appearance in the CIF open division semifinals. "

  • Lauren Cox

    "• 2019-20 PRESEASON ALL-AMERICAN (LINDY’S SPORTS, ATHLON SPORTS, STREET & SMITH) • 2019 NCAA FINAL FOUR ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM • 2019 THIRD-TEAM ALL-AMERICA (AP, USBWA) • 2019 WBCA HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICA • 2019 NCAA ELITE 90 CO-WINNER • 2019 NCAA GREENSBORO REGION MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER • 2019 NCAA ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM (GREENSBORO REG.) • 2019 WBCA/NAISMITH KATRINA MCCLAIN AWARD FINAL FIVE • 2019 NAISMITH DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARD FINALIST • 2019 WADE TROPHY AWARD MIDSEASON WATCH LIST • 2019 BIG 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR • 2019 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM • 2019 BIG 12 ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM • 2019 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM • 2018 SECOND TEAM PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA (ATHLON SPORTS, STREET & SMITH’S) • 2018 ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-AMERICA HONORABLE MENTION (AP, WBCA) • 2018 WBCA ALL-REGION 3 TEAM • 2018 BIG 12 DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR • 2018 ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM • 2018 KATRINA MCCLAIN AWARD FINAL FIVE • 2018 BIG 12 ALL-CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM • 2018 BIG 12 PLAYER OF THE WEEK (NOV. 27) • 2018 JUNKANOO JAM ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM • 2018 COSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT FIRST TEAM • 2018 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 FIRST TEAM • 2018 PRESEASON ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION • 2017 BIG 12 SIXTH MAN AWARD • 2017 BIG 12 ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM UNANIMOUS • 2017 PRESEASON BIG 12 FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR • 2017 ACADEMIC ALL-BIG 12 ROOKIE TEAM • BIG 12 COMMISSIONER’S HONOR ROLL (FALL 2016, SPRING 2017, FALL 2017, SPRING 2018, FALL 2018, SPRING 2019) • DEAN’S LIST (FALL 2016, SPRING 2017) INTANGIBLES Enters her senior year eight blocks shy (242) of taking the No. 2 spot on BU’s all-time career list ... Won four gold medals competing with USA Basketball, winning the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Valdivia, Chile, 2015 U19 World Championship (Chekhov, Russia), 2014 U17 World Championship (Pilsen, Czech Republic), and 2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championship (Cancun, Mexico)... Led Team USA in both scoring and rebounding with 13.0 points and 10.3 rebounds per game to earn MVP honors at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship... Also averaged 3.5 blocks per game, and shot 64 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the free throw line in the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship. "

  • Chennedy Carter

    "About Chennedy Named an All-American and First Team All-SEC in both her freshman and sophomore seasons Owns Texas A&M's top two single-season scoring averages at 23.3 in 2018-19 and 22.7 in 2017-18 Was the unanimous National Freshman of the Year in 2017-18, making her Texas A&M's first winner of a national postseason award Set the Texas A&M single-game record with 46 points at USC (Dec. 15, 2017), in addition to posting the fourth, fifth and sixth highest-scoring games in A&M history Averaged 31.0 points per game in her first six NCAA Tournament games, which ranks third all-time among players with five-or-more games in the Big Dance Ranked as the No. 6 player in the 2017 recruiting class by espnW HoopGurlz, the highest-ranked women’s basketball player to sign with Texas A&M out of high school Career Two-time All-American and two-time First Team All-SEC selection … Is the only player returning for 2019-20 that averages over 20.0 points for her career … In just two seasons, reached Texas A&M’s career top 10 in points (1492, 8th), 10+ point games (64, 10th), field goals made (536, 10th), field goals attempted (1,264, 7th), 3-pointers made (127, 7th), 3-pointers attempted (345, 9th), free throws made (293, 10th) and free throw percentage (75.3, 8th) "

  • Kaila Charles

    "AP All American (Honorable Mention, 2019) • WBCA All-American (Honorable Mention, 2019) • USBWA All-American (Third Team) • Cheryl Miller Award Finalist (2019) • WBCA All-Region (2018) • All-Big Ten First Team (2018, 19) • All-Big Ten Freshman Team (2017) • All-Big Ten Tournament Team (2018, 19) • All-Big Ten Academic (2018, 19) • Big Ten Player of the Week (1/29/18; 2/25/19) • Big Ten POTW Honor Roll (12/4/17; 2/5/18; 2/26/18; 12/31/18; 1/28/19; 2/4/19) • Big Ten Freshman of the Week (1/23/17) • USBWA National Player of the Week (1/30/18) • All-Big Ten Preseason Team (2017, 2018) • Citizen Naismith Late Season List (2018, 19) • Citizen Naismith Watch List (2018) • Citizen Naismith Trophy National Player of the Week (2/26/19) • Ann Meyers Drysdale Watch List (2017) • Cheryl Miller Award, Wade Watch List (2018) • Cheryl Miller Award Final 10 (1/31/18; 2/13/19) • Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 (1/9/19); Late Season Top 20 (2/5/19) • Wade Award Watch List (2/5/19) • Miami Thanksgiving All-Tournament Team (2017) As a Junior (2018-19): Earned USBWA Third Team All-America, AP Honorable Mention All-America and WBCA Honorable Mention All-America honors, as well as named a Cheryl Miller Award finalist...unanimous All-Big Ten First Team selection by both the league's head coaches and the media...scored 11 points with 7 boards, 5 assists, 2 steals in season opener vs. Coppin State (11/9)...led team with 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists in win over Dayton (11/11)...went 5-6 from the floor for 12 points with 8 boards, 2 assists and a steal in win at GW (11/14)...added 17 points, 10 boards in win at #10 South Carolina...also became 33rd Terp to reach 1,000 points and hit 500 rebounds in that game, which was her 73rd game (11/18)...scored 18 points with 5 boards, 2 assists, 2 steals in win over Morgan State (11/23)...scored 5 straight points in key run in win over #24 Georgia (11/24)...went 9-9 at the line and went on an 11-0 run herself to push Terps to win over Georgia Tech in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge (11/29).went 8-16 from the floor and 8-9 from the foul line for season-high 24 points with 9 boards vs. JMU (12/8)...went 6-9 from the floor for 12 points with 2 boards, 2 assists, a block and a steal vs. Loyola (12/10)...added 16 points with 11 boards, 2 assists, 2 blocks and a steal at Delaware (12/20)...scored 9 of her 23 points in a fourth quarter surge to win at Penn State (12/28)...named to Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll (12/31)...scored 15 points, including 10 in the second half, in Terps' comeback effort vs. Rutgers...also added 6 boards, 4 assists, 2 steals, 3 blocks (12/31)...went 10-11 from the free throw line for 24 points, 6 boards in win over Ohio State (1/5)...led team with 19 points, 6 boards, 2 steals and an assist at Nebraska (1/8)...added 12 points with 5 boards, an assist and a steal in win over Michigan (1/12)...went 7-8 at the line for 19 points with 9 rebounds, 2 assists and a steal vs. Penn State (1/20)...went 4-4 at the line for 8 points with 2 assists, 3 boards and a block at Ohio State (1/24)...went 12-19 from the floor for 25 points, including 14 straight in the first half and 19 total in the first two periods, with 11 boards, 4 assists and 2 steals at Indiana (1/27)...named to the Big Ten Player of the Week Honor Roll (1/28)...went 8-10 from the for 22 points, including 6-6 and 16 points in the second half, with 6 boards, 3 assists and a steal vs. Wisconsin (1/31)...went 4-4 at the line for 12 points with 7 boards, 2 assists, a steal and a block at Illinois (2/4)...added 12 points with 6 boards and an assist vs. Northwestern (2/7)...went 7-10 from the field for a team-high 17 points with 4 boards, 3 assists, 2 steals and a block in win at #20 Rutgers (2/10)...scored team-high 22 points with 6 boards, 4 steals vs. Nebraska (2/14)...scored 21 of her 29 points in the second half, and 13 in the fourh quarter, with 8 rebounds, 3 blocks, 2 steals...scored bucket to start 9-0 run over last 50 seconds, then scored game-tying bucket with 6 seconds and picked up Minnesota's deflected in-bounds pass and scored game-winner with 0.9 seconds left in victory over the Gophers (2/21)...named Big Ten Player of the Week (2/25)...later that night, led Terps with 20 points, 14 in the first half, with 13 boards, 4 assists, 2 steals and a block in win at Purdue (2/25)...named the Citizen Naismith Trophy National Player of the Week after averaging 24.5 points, 10.5 rebounds on the week (2/26)...grabbed 9 rebounds with 6 points in win over Illinois (3/2)...scored 21 point, 14 in the third quarter and 16 in the second half, with 10 boards, 5 assists, 3 blocks and 2 steals in Big Ten Quarterfinals (3/8)..scored 22 points and hit clutch free throws to seal win in Big Ten Semifinals...added 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals (3/9)...put up a career-high 36 points off 15-30 shooting with 9 boards in Big Ten Championship game (3/10). ..added 14 points with 9 boards, 4 assists and a block in NCAA First Round win on her 21st birthday (3/23)...scored 23 points with 8 boards, an assist in NCAA Second Round (3/25)...averaged 23.2 points, 8.4 boards in Terps' five postseason games. 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  • Satou Sabally

    "PRONUNCIATION - Sah-Two Sah-Buh-Lee AS A SOPHOMORE | 2018-19 - WBCA honorable mention All-American - All-Pac-12 - Cheryl Miller Award finalist for nation's top small forward - Naismith Trophy Watch List - Wade Trophy Watch List Started all 38 games for the Ducks in her sophomore season...Was the third most efficient player in the NCAA, according to Synergy Sports, scoring 1.09 points on her possessions, behind only Iowa's Megan Gustafson (1.35 pts/pos) and UConn's Napheesa Collier (1.15 pts/pos)...Ranked second on the team and ninth in the Pac-12, averaging 16.6 points per game on 50.5 percent shooting from the field and 41.1 percent shooting from three...One of just three players in the Pac-12 (Maite Cazorla, Mikayla Pivec) to shoot over 50 percent on field goals, 40 percent on threes and 70 percent from the line...Ranked 23rd in the NCAA in three-point percentage (41.1%)...Grabbed 6.2 rebounds per game...Led the team with 35 blocked shots and 54 steals...Had two 30+ point games, scoring a season-high 33 points with eight three-pointers in a win at Washington State on Jan. 25...Scored 31 points with six three-pointers four games later in a win at California on Feb. 8...Had 14+ points in all five of Oregon's NCAA Tournament games, including 22 points in an Elite Eight win over Mississippi State...Had a double-double against Portland State in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament with 21 points and a season-high 16 rebounds...Had four double-doubles total in her sophomore season...Blocked a season-high four shots on two occasions - Jan. 18 vs. Arizona State and March 24 vs. Indiana in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. AS A FRESHMAN | 2017-18 - Pac-12 Freshman of the Year - Pac-12 all-Freshman Team Made 29 starts while appearing in all 38 games for the Ducks in a standout rookie season...Averaged 10.7 points, the best among freshmen in the Pac-12, and 3.8 rebounds per game while shooting 46.1 percent from the field and 37.0 percent from three...Scored a season-high 25 points in 40 minutes during UO's thrilling overtime win over No. 10 UCLA on Feb. 19, shooting 9-of-15 overall and 7-of-9 from three...Also had a big game against No. 18 Oregon State on Jan. 21, with 21 points on 9-of-15 shooting plus five rebounds...Named Pac-12 freshman of the week four times (Nov. 13, Dec. 4, Jan. 2 and Jan. 29)...Made her first career start against Weber State on Dec. 2, the eighth game of the season, and scored 22 points in just 26 minutes on 8-of-11 shooting...Started UO's last 28 games...Had 12 points in Oregon's Pac-12 Tournament title win over Stanford, including a trio of three-pointers...Averaged 11.7 points over three Pac-12 Tournament games...Sabally is the second straight Duck to earn Pac-12 freshman of the year honors, after Sabrina Ionescu did it in 2016-17. "

  • Beatrice Mompremier

    "As a Redshirt Junior (2018-19): Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention ... WBCA Coaches' All-America Team Honorable Mention & Regional Finalist... Blue Ribbon Panel First Team All-ACC & ACC Coaches First Team All-ACC ... Wade Trophy Midseason Watch List ... Citizen Naismith Trophy Midseason Team ... Lisa Leslie Center of the Year Award Finalist ... Citizen Naismith Trophy Watch List ... Blue Ribbon Panel ACC Newcomer Watch List & ACC Coaches ACC Newcomer Watch List ... College Sports Madness National Player of the Week (2/11) ... Three-time ACC Player of the Week (1/7, 1/21, 2/11) ... Florida Sunshine Classic MVP ... Miami Thanksgiving Classic MVP ... Preseason WNIT All-Tournament Team ... Miami Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team ... NCAA.com Starting Five (11/28) Played in 33 of 34 games and earned 32 starts … Posted 25 double-doubles, including 20 in her last 24 outings with eight in a row … Scored double-digit points 29 times, including 17 outings in a row, while notching 15-plus on 23 occasions and 20-plus eight times, including five times in the last 11 games … Grabbed 10-plus rebounds 26 times, including in 21 of the last 24 games, with 12-plus 19 times, 15-plus seven times, including in four of the last seven contests, and 21-plus twice … Paced the Hurricanes in scoring (16.7), rebounding (12.2), offensive rebounding (3.8) and defensive rebounding (8.3), as well as free throws made (103) and attempted (178) … Finished second in field goal percentage (52.8), blocks (1.0) and minutes (29.6), plus third in steals (0.9) … Led or co-led Miami in rebounding 26 times, blocked shots 13 times, scoring 11 times, steals 11 times and minutes eight times … Tallied the most points (27), made field goals without a miss (six) and co-most minutes (38) in a game by a Hurricane, as well as logged the top two single-game free throw attempt totals (14 and 12) and all seven 15-plus rebound games … Set the Miami single-season rebounding record, pulled down the second-most total rebounds (401) and had the seventh-most free throw attempts … Tied for the third-most (22) and fifth-most (21) rebounds by a Hurricane in a game in program history … Set Miami’s NCAA Tournament single-game rebounding (22) and defensive rebounding (16) records, while also tying for the third-most blocks (three) and grabbing the fourth-most defensive boards (12) … Ranked second in the ACC in rebounding, offensive rebounding and defensive rebounding, as well as ninth in scoring and No. 10 in field goal percentage … Led the ACC in double-doubles and had the top two single-game rebound totals, plus placed second in 10-rebound showings, tied for second in single-game free throw attempts and tied for No. 11 in 20-point outings … Lone ACC player with two 20-rebound performances … In ACC-only action, paced the league in rebounding (12.7) and offensive rebounding (4.4), while finishing second in defensive rebounding (8.3), eighth in scoring (17.2), No. 10 in field goal percentage (51.8), tied for No. 14 in blocks (1.0) and No. 29 in minutes (31.5) … Nationally, placed fifth in double-doubles, ninth in total rebounds and boards per game, No. 11 in defensive rebounding, No. 27 in offensive rebounding, No. 37 in field goal percentage, tied for No. 39 in made field goals, No. 49 in free throw attempts, tied for No. 84 in total points (550) and tied for No. 104 in scoring average … Finished with the second-most total rebounds and fourth-best rebounding average in a single season in ACC history … Tied for the ninth- and 18th-most single-game rebound totals by an ACC player … Currently tied for the best career rebounding average in ACC history … Tied for the sixth-most rebounds ever in an NCAA Tournament game … Posted the first 20-20 game by a Miami player since Tamara James on 11/22/02 and the first by an ACC player since Dearica Hamby on 2/12/15 … In her Miami debut, totaled 14 points and a game-high 12 rebounds at FIU (11/6) … Posted 14 points and co-led the team with two steals against Stephen F. Austin (11/9) … Tallied 19 points and a game-high 13 rebounds versus Hartford (11/11) … Amassed 24 points and 21 rebounds, both game highs and then-career bests, in the win over No. 19 Marquette (11/15), shooting 10-of-20 from the floor in a team-high 34 minutes … Scored 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting against Nebraska (11/23), adding game highs in rebounds (13) and blocks (two) … Notched a team-high 18 points, game-best 12 rebounds, career-high four assists, game-high two blocks and co-team-high two steals versus Temple (11/25), as well as connected on a 3-pointer in the first such attempt of her career … Notched a career-high four assists at Purdue (11/29) in a career- and team-best 38 minutes … Logged 15 points and co-led all players with two blocks against Colorado (12/2) … Registered 13 points, a game-high 14 rebounds and three blocks versus Maryland Eastern Shore (12/16) in her lone outing off the bench … Posted 16 points and game-leading 10 boards against Vanderbilt (12/20) … Recorded 17 points, a game-best 12 rebounds and three assists versus Alabama (12/21) … Scored 17 points on 6-of-6 shooting against Florida A&M (12/28) … Put up a team-leading 22 points and game-high 11 boards versus Central Michigan (12/30), finishing 9-of-15 from the floor … Had 18 points and a game-best 13 rebounds against RV/No. 25 Virginia Tech (1/3) … At Wake Forest (1/6), notched 19 points on 9-of-13 shooting to go along with a game-high 15 rebounds … Did not play against Clemson (1/10) due to a family matter … Returned to the court in Miami’s first win at Duke (1/17) to tally game highs in points (16) and rebounds (17), while getting to the line 12 times … Compiled a team-best 18 points and co-team-leading 10 boards against North Carolina (1/20) … Chipped in 12 points and a game-leading 10 rebounds in the win at No. 13/14 Syracuse (1/23) … Logged 16 points and a game-best 12 rebounds in 35 minutes versus Boston College (1/27), setting a season high in made free throws (eight) and a career best in attempts (14) … Registered 13 points and a game-leading 14 rebounds at No. 24/21 Florida State (1/30) … Led all scorers with 24 points on 11-of-16 shooting against Virginia (2/3), adding a co-game-high two steals … In the triumph over fourth-ranked Notre Dame (2/7), put up 18 points, 12 rebounds and a co-game-best two steals … Led all players in points (23) and rebounds (13) at Pittsburgh (2/10), finishing 9-of-12 from the floor … Had 18 points, a team-best 15 rebounds and co-team-leading two blocks at Virginia Tech (2/21) … Tallied 18 points and a team-high 10 boards across 36 minutes in the victory over No. 22/20 Florida State (2/24) … Compiled game highs in points (22), rebounds (16) and blocks (season-high four) against Georgia Tech (2/28), finishing 6-of-8 at the stripe in a team-leading 35 minutes … Put up 15 points and a team-best 17 rebounds at No. 10 NC State (3/3) … Amassed a career- and game-high 27 points, shooting 11-of-16 from the floor at 5-7 at the line, setting a career best in made field goals, to go along with a game-leading 10 boards and three assists versus No. 18/16 Syracuse (3/8) in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals … Finished with a team-best 21 points, 10 rebounds and co-game-high three blocks against FGCU (3/22) in the NCAA Tournament opener … Led all players in rebounds (22), blocks (two) and minutes (35) versus No. 22/20 Arizona State (3/24) in the NCAA Tournament Round of 32. 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  • Ruthy Hebard

    "PRONUNCIATION - Ruthy He-Bird AS A JUNIOR | 2018-19 - WBCA honorable mention All-American - All-Pac-12 - Katrina McClain Award finalist for nation's top power forward - No. 10 in ESPNW's preseason list of the top players in the NCAA - Preseason all-Pac-12 - Wooden Award Watch List - Naismith Trophy Watch List - Wade Trophy Watch List Played in 37 of the Ducks' 38 games with 36 starts...Helped the Ducks to their first ever Final Four...Lone missed game was a loss to UCLA after injury her knee against Oregon State in the previous contest...Averaged 16.1 points and 9.1 rebounds in 28.7 minutes per game...Shot 67.0 percent from the floor, second-best in the NCAA...Was perfect from the field in two games, going 9-for-9 in a win over Air Force and 10-for-10 in a win against Colorado...Season-high 34 points on 16-of-21 shooting in a win over Washington State...Tallied 20+ points in 12 games...Had two double-doubles in the NCAA Tournament, highlighted by 24 points and 14 rebounds in the Ducks' Sweet 16 win over South Dakota State...Also had two double-doubles in the Pac-12 Tournament, with 21 points and 10 rebounds against Arizona in the second round and 28 points and 12 rebounds against UCLA in the semifinals. AS A SOPHOMORE | 2017-18 - Katrina McClain Award Winner for national power forward of the year - Associated Press honorable mention All-American - WBCA honorable mention All-American - All-Pac-12 - Wade Trophy watch list - NCAA all-Spokane Regional Team Played in and started 37 of Oregon's 38 games as the Ducks won both the Pac-12 regular season and tournament titles and advanced to the Elite Eight for the second straight year...Averaged 17.6 points and a team-high 9.0 rebounds...Also led the team with 60 blocked shots...Named the top power forward in the NCAA when the WBCA selected her as the winner of the Katrina McClain Award...Named all-Pac-12 for the second straight season...Ranked second in the NCAA and led the Pac-12, shooting 66.0 percent from the field...Set an NCAA record for both men's and women's basketball for consecutive field goals made with 33 straight, stretching from Feb. 9 at Washington to Feb. 19 against No. 10 UCLA...Set the program’s single-game field goal percentage record by going 12-for-12 against Washington State on Feb. 11...Matched the record, going 12-for-12 again in the very next game against USC...Also went a perfect 10-for-10 at No. 19 Texas A&M on Nov. 16, 7-for-7 against Eastern Washington on Nov. 21 and 9-for-9 against No. 18 Arizona State on Jan. 14...Posted 14 double-doubles, including two in the Pac-12 Tournament and three in the NCAA Tournament...Had a monster game at Washington on Feb. 9 with a career-high 30 points on 13-of-15 shooting with 14 rebounds...Tallied 15 points and 15 rebounds against Oklahoma on Nov. 25...Had 23 points, 14 rebounds and a career-high six blocks in UO's Sweet 16 win over Central Michigan...Had 17 points on 8-of-12 shooting plus 10 rebounds against Notre Dame in the Elite Eight. AS A FRESHMAN | 2016-17 - All-Pac-12 - Pac-12 All-Freshman Averaged a team-high 14.9 points per game and a team-best 8.5 rebounds per game in her freshman season with the Ducks...Shot 58.8 percent from the floor, the best in the Pac-12 and 15th-best in the NCAA...Hit the game-winning shot with six seconds remaining and blocked a potential game-winning layup on defense to beat Temple in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on March 18...Tallied a team-high 11 double-doubles...Had a double-double against No. 9 Duke in the second round of the NCAA Tournament with 20 points and 15 rebounds...Posted 28 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in a win over Portland State at the Moda Center on Dec. 17...Recorded a season-high 29 points on 11-of-15 shooting at No. 17 UCLA on Jan. 15...Scored 20+ points 11 times...Grabbed 10+ rebounds 12 times...Named Pac-12 freshman of the week twice...Just the 18th player in Pac-12 history to be named both all-Pac-12 and Pac-12 all-freshman in the same season...Oregon was the only team in the 2017 NCAA Tournament to start three freshmen - Mallory McGwire, Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard. "

  • Destiny Slocum

    "REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE (2018-19): WBCA All-America Honorable Mention AP All-America Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Lieberman Award Finalist Wooden Award Late-Season Watch List Naismith Trophy Mid-Season Watch List Wade Watch Pac-12 Academic Second Team Averaged a team-high 15.4 points and dished out a team-best 15-3 assists Put up 12 points, five rebounds and four assists at Arizona (3/3) Scored 16 points and dished out five assists vs. USC (2/22) Put up 20 points vs. Oregon (2/18) Scored 19 points at Oregon (2/15) Put up 26 points on 12-for-19 shooting at Cal (2/10) Scored 23 points and pulled down eight rebounds vs. Stanford (2/8) Put up 20 points vs. Utah (2/3) Scored 26 points on 10-for-16 shooting vs. Colorado (2/1) Put up 28 points at Washington (1/25) Scored 24 points vs. Arizona (1/18) Put up 22 points and eight assists at UCLA (1/11) Scored a career-high 30 points vs. Washington (1/6) Put up 12 points and eight assists against Washington State (1/4) Scored 21 points and hit five 3-pointers vs. Duke (12/20) Recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 assists vs. Santa Clara (12/9) Tallied 22 points vs. Notre Dame (11/24) Scored 22 points in just 18 minutes vs. Saint Mary’s (11/17) Put up a double-double with 15 points and 11 assists vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/14) Scored 15 points and dished out eight assists in her Oregon State debut vs. Cal Poly. SOPHOMORE (2017-18): Redshirted season due to NCAA transfer rules Maryland: Freshman (2016-17): Named WBCA National Freshman of the Year Big Ten Freshman of the Year by both the coaches and the media All-Big Ten Second Team All-Big Ten Freshman Team Led the team with 15 points, 6 assists, 4 steals, 5 rebounds and no turnovers in Maryland debut (Nov. 13) Added 10 points with 4 assists, 1 turnover and 2 boards vs. MDES (Nov. 16) Added 8 points with 3 assists and 2 steals vs. Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 18) Led the Terps with 25 points off 5 threes with 7 assists, 2 turnovers at Niagara (Nov. 20) Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Nov. 21) Added 10 points, 4 boards vs. #21 Arizona State (Nov. 25) Scored 11 points, 8 in the fourth quarter, off 2 threes and 5-6 at the line with 4 steals vs. Washington State (Nov. 26) Scored 13 points, including 7 straight in final 2:00, with 5 boards, 4 assists in win at #7 Louisville (Dec. 1) Went 3-3 from outside the arc for 9 points with 2 boards, 4 assists and no turnovers vs. UMBC (Dec. 4) Added 6 assists, 1 turnover, 3 boards and a steal vs. Towson (Dec. 6) Added 8 points with 5 assists, 4 steals vs. Saint Peter's (Dec. 8) Added 9 points off 2 threes with 2 boards, 2 assists and 2 steals at Loyola (Dec. 12) Led team with 23 points, 19 in the second half, off 5 threes with 7 assists and a steal vs. #1 Connecticut (Dec. 29) Hit 2 key second half threes for 9 points with 5 assists, 3 boards, a block and an assist at Minnesota (Jan. 1) Added 16 points with 5 boards, 4 assists and a steal vs. Northwestern (Jan. 7) Went 5-10 from the floor for 11 points with 8 assists, 6 boards and a steal vs. Penn State (Jan. 11) Scored 14 points with 6 assists and 5 boards at Iowa (Jan. 14) Hit 3 three-pointers for 9 points with 6 assists, 2 boards and a steal vs. Michigan (Jan. 19) Notched first career double-double with 11 points, career-high 11 assists in win over Rutgers (Jan. 22) "

  • Te'a Cooper

    "Cooper's Career Game-by-Game Stats (PDF) Awards Junior Year (2018-19) All-SEC Second Team (Coaches) Prior to South Carolina SEC All-Freshman Team (2016, Coaches) SEC Freshman of the Week (Jan. 26) High School 2015 All-America (McDonald’s, WBCA, USA Today, Parade, Max Preps) 2015 Naismith Award Finalist International/USA Basketball 2015 USA Basketball U19 National Team Trials 2014 USA Basketball U17 World Championship Team 2013 USA Basketball U16 National Team Trials Junior Year (2018-19) Earned All-SEC Second-Team honors after leading the Gamecocks with 11.9 points per game and pacing the team in scoring a team-high 12 times Ranked 28th in the SEC in scoring both overall and in league play (10.9 ppg) while ranking eighth in the league in free throw percentage overall and in conference play Scored in double figures 17 times in 30 games played, recording the Gamecocks’ only 30-point game of the season and five of the team’s 13 20-point games Against ranked opponents, averaged a team-high 15.1 points while handing out 2.7 assists per game against ranked foes … combined averages meant she had her hands on 21.2 points per game against ranked teams, accounting for 30.8 percent of the Gamecocks’ offense Gave Carolina early edge with 10 first-quarter points in NCAA Tournament second-round game against #25/22 Florida State (Mar. 24), adding a late free throw to help seal the win Scored 11 of her team-leading 15 points in the second half in the victory over Belmont (Mar. 22) in NCAA Tournament first round Scored or assisted on the first eight points at #4/5 UConn (Feb. 11) on her way to her most efficient shooting night shooting in her career (8-of-10) and 20 points despite playing just 21 minutes due to first-half foul trouble Last of three steals at #19/15 Kentucky (Jan. 31) ended 8-2 Wildcat run late in fourth quarter, and last of her 17 points came on a free throw with :02 to play to seal the win Aggressive defensively against Vanderbilt (Jan. 28) as three steals all led to Gamecock layups, including two of her own as part of her team-high 18 points Sank two buzzer-beater threes at #7/6 Mississippi State, including one to end third quarter and cut deficit to just one point heading into the fourth, on her way to her SEC career-high 27 points Scored nine of her 14 points in the first half at LSU (Jan. 13) to build a 22-point lead at halftime Snagged two steals in the final minute against Alabama (Jan. 6), including one with :02 left to seal the victory Scored 12 of her 24 points in the third quarter and sank a pair of free throws with six seconds to play to close out #21/21 Texas A&M (Jan. 3) on the road Averaged 19.3 points at Vancouver Showcase, including posting team’s first 20- and 30-point games of the season against #9/8 Oregon State and Drake, respectively Hit both of her 3s against #9/8 Oregon State (Nov. 23) in final 2:33, the last of which tied the game with 25 seconds to play ... finished with 22 points, including 14 in the second half as Gamecocks erased an eight-point halftime deficit Scored 17, including 15 in the first half, in her Gamecock debut at Alabama State (Nov. 11), 957 days after her last college basketball game Redshirt-Sophomore Year Sat out the season due to transfer rules Practiced with the team and traveled to postseason tournaments Prior to South Carolina Spent two seasons at Tennessee, playing in 2015-16 but sitting out 2016-17 with a left knee injury Started 15 of her 36 games Was fourth on the team in scoring at 8.6 points per game, helping her to SEC All-Freshman Team honors Scored in double figures 15 times and was the team’s top scorer four times Finished third on the team in steals (43) and assists (74), leading the team in each category 10 times Netted 16 points against #9/9 Ohio State (Mar. 25) in the NCAA Sweet 16 Named SEC Freshman of the Week (Jan. 26) Scored a career-high 23 points against ETSU (Dec. 2) on 9-of-18 shooting, including 3-of-5 from 3-point range Became one of just six Lady Vol freshman to ever score more than 20 points in her debut, posting 22 against Central Arkansas (Nov. 15) "

  • Mikayla Pivec

    "Pivec matures in her second year with No. 17 Oregon State (Anne Peterson – Associated Press) In a role she hadn't played in years, Oregon State's Mikayla Pivec is thriving (Andrew Greif – The Oregonian) Pivec takes control at the point (Steve Gress – Corvallis Gazette Times) Mikayla Pivec spends basketball offseason throwing javelin for Oregon State (Gina Mizell – The Oregonian) WOMEN'S BASKETBALL JUNIOR (2018-19): WBCA All-America Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Academic All-America Second Team Averaged 15.2 points and 9.2 rebounds per game shot 52.6 percent from the floor, the second-best percentage in the Pac-12 and the best among conference guards. Tallied 18 points and pulled down 11 rebounds vs. Gonzaga (3/25) Scored 20 points and pulled down 12 rebounds vs. Boise State (3/23) Scored 23 points and pulled down 11 rebounds vs. Washington (3/8) Put up 21 points and 14 rebounds at Arizona (3/3) Scored 18 points and pulled down seven rebounds at Arizona State (3/1) Recorded a double-double vs. UCLA, tallying 18 points and 11 rebounds (2/24) Narrowly missed a double-double with 18 points and eight rebounds vs. USC (2/22) Notched a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds vs. Oregon (2/18) Reached th 1,000 career point mark at Oregon (2/25) Scored 19 points and pulled down nine rebounds at Washington State (1/27) Tallied 12 points and 19 rebounds at Washington (1/25) Scored 19 points including a number of big shots down the stretch vs. Arizona State (1/20) Scored 14 points and pulled down 11 rebounds vs. Arizona (1/18) Went 6-for-10 from the floor and 8-for-8 from the stripe to put up 21 points and seven rebounds vs. USC (1/13) Played all 40 minutes and scored 21 points at UCLA (1/11) Went 9-for-9 from the floor to put up 22 points and 10 rebounds against CSUB (12/29) Scored 14 points and pulled down nine rebounds vs. Eastern Washington (12/14) Pulled down 13 rebounds vs. Santa Clara (12/9) Tallied 10 points and nine rebounds vs. La Salle (12/1) Scored 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds v. Notre Dame (11/24) Scored 18 points on 7-for-11 shooting vs. Western Kentucky Notched 19 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and two steals vs. Saint Mary’s (11/17) Tallied a double-double with 12 points and 14 rebounds vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff Scored 15 points and pulled down nine rebounds vs. Cal Poly in the season-opener. SOPHOMORE (2017-18): All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention CoSIDA Academic All-District Pac-12 All-Academic First Team Started all 34 games at the point guard position, averaging 29.2 minutes per contest Averaged 11.1 points and 7.1 rebounds per game Led all Pac-12 guards in rebounding Pulled down 240 rebounds on the year, the fifth-best total by a sophomore in Oregon State history Notched 169 assists on the year, the fifth-best total by a sophomore in Oregon State history Tallied seven points, seven rebounds and nine assists vs. Baylor in the Sweet 16 (3/23) Put up 18 points, seven rebounds and four assists vs. Tennessee (3/18) Scored 15 points and dished out eight assists vs. Western Kentucky Tallied 15 points and seven assist at Washington (2/11) Went 5-for-9 from the floor to score 12 points vs. Washington State (2/8) Dished out 10 assists vs. Colorado (1/28) Recorded a double-double, scoring 14 points and pulling down 12 rebounds vs. Utah (1/26) Tallied a double-double vs. Washington State despite playing just 20 minutes due to foul trouble Scored 14 points and pulled down nine rebounds vs. UC Davis (12/20) Scored 19 points on 6-for-8 shooting vs. Savannah State (12/13) Tallied 10 assists vs. San Jose State (12/10) Earned Maui Jim Maui Classic All-Tournament honors Scored 20 points vs. Utah State on 9-for-12 shooting (12/2) Recorded 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists vs. Duke (11/25) Scored 19 points on 7-for-13 shooting, also adding eight rebounds and six assists vs. Notre Dame (11/19) Scored 18 points on 5-for-6 shooting, dished out six assists, pulled down six rebounds and tallied four steals vs. Utah Valley (11/15) Filled the stat sheet with 15 points, 15 rebounds, seven assists and three steals vs. North Dakota in the season-opener. "

  • Joyner Holmes

    "AWARDS & HONORS • Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year [2016] • All Big 12 [2016 First Team, 2016 Freshman Team; 2019 Honorable Mention] • espnW National Player of the Week [Feb. 13, 2017] • USBWA National Freshman of the Week [Feb. 14, 2017] • Big 12 Freshman of the Week [Jan. 9, 2017; Jan. 23, 2017; Jan. 30, 2017; Feb. 6, 2017; Feb. 13, 2017; Feb. 20, 2017; March 1, 2017] • Preseason All-Big 12 [2018-19] • College Sports Madness National Preseason Freshman of the Year [2016] • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll [Fall 2016] • McDonald's High School All-American [2016] • Jordan Brand Classic Co-MVP [2016] JUNIOR [2018-19] • An All-Big 12 Conference honorable mention selection in 2018-19. • Played in 25 games with 23 starts, averaging 23.5 minutes per game. Missed the first eight games of the season due to a right-ankle injury. • Led the Longhorns in rebounding with 6.7 boards per game and was second on the team with 11.8 points per game. • Ranked in the top-20 in the Big 12 [all games combined] in both rebounding [14th] and scoring [20th]. • Turned in four double-doubles on the season. Scored in double-figures on 17 occasions, including two 20-point scoring performances. • Third on her team with a field-goal percentage of 45.4 [124-of-273]. • Notched her 13th career double-double and fourth of the season in the team’s NCAA First Round game vs. Indiana [March 22]. Totaled 12 points and a game-high 12 rebounds. • Scored a team-high 19 points in 21 minutes of action vs. Iowa State [March 10] in the Big 12 Tournament Semifinals. • Logged her third double-double of the season with 10 points and a game-high 11 rebounds in the regular-season finale at TCU [March 5]. Also added two steals in 30 minutes of play. • Tied her career high with 22 points at Kansas [Feb. 9]. Added six rebounds and three assists in 26 minutes. • Charted her second double-double of the season to lead the Longhorns to a road victory at Oklahoma [Feb. 2]. Totaled 14 points and a game-high 10 rebounds. Tied her career high with four assists in 31 minutes. • Registered her first double-double of the year with 10 points and a season-high 14 rebounds vs. Oklahoma [Jan. 9]. • In her third game back from injury, scored 15 points, brought down five rebounds, tied her career high with four assists and came up with two steals in 21 minutes at UT Rio Grande Valley [Dec. 20]. SOPHOMORE [2017-18] • Played in 25 games with nine starts, averaging 17.4 minutes per game. • Averaged 6.8 points per game and a squad-best 6.0 rebounds per game. • Scored in double figures on 10 occasions with one double-double on the year. • Tallied 10 points on 5-for-7 shooting to complement five rebounds in the NCAA Second Round game vs. Arizona State [March 19]. • In the NCAA First Round game against Maine [March 17], totaled nine points and seven rebounds and tied her career high with four assists in 20 minutes of play. • Charted 10 points and six rebounds in 19 minutes of action in the Big 12 Tournament Semifinal against West Virginia [March 4]. • Recorded 10 points and brought down a team-high nine rebounds against No. 3/3 Baylor [Feb. 19]. Also tied her career high with four assists. • Scored 13 points and tied for the game high in rebounds with nine vs. Texas Tech [Feb. 14]. Dished out two assists and came up with one steal in 21 minutes of play. • Notched her ninth career double-double vs. Iowa State [Jan. 27] with 12 points and a game-high 11 rebounds with three assists. • Posted 11 points and nine rebounds in 23 minutes of action against Kansas [Jan. 13]. • Missed the first 10 games of the season due to a violation of university rules. FRESHMAN [2016-17] • The 2017 Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Year and a First-Team All-Big 12 selection, becoming the first Big 12 Conference freshman since 2014 to also be named to the All-Big 12 First Team. Also a Big 12 All-Freshman Team selection. • A seven-time Big 12 Conference Freshman of the Week. Earned espnW National Player of the Week honors on Feb. 13, 2017 and the USBWA National Freshman of the Week on Feb. 14, 2017. • Averaged 12.1 points per game, 8.2 rebounds per game and 1.1 blocks per game on the season. Led the Texas team in rebounding in 2016-17. • Among Big 12 freshmen, ranked first in points per game, rebounds per game and double-doubles (8). • Her 278 rebounds on the year rank sixth all-time on the UT freshman single-season list. • Played in all 34 games with 32 starts. • Scored in double figures on 23 occasions and posted double-figure rebounds on 10 outings. • Recorded 15 points and brought down seven rebounds in the NCAA Sweet 16 game against No. 6/6 Stanford [March 24]. • Had 16 points and nine rebounds, including a couple of key plays in the game's final minute, to help Texas defeat No. 17/17 NC State in the NCAA Second Round [March 19]. • Picked up her third consecutive double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds, along with three blocks at No. 5/4 Florida State [Feb. 13]. • Tallied 15 points and 13 rebounds against Kansas [Feb. 11]. • Recorded her sixth double-double of the year with 18 points and a game-high 10 rebounds in the win at No. 2/2 Baylor [Feb. 6]. • Registered a team-high 21 points and brought down nine rebounds against Kansas State [Feb. 4]. • Charted 15 points and brought down four rebounds at TCU [Jan. 25]. • Had her fourth double-double with 13 points and a career-high 15 rebounds at Texas Tech [Jan. 21]. • Tallied her third career double-double with a game-high 20 points and 10 rebounds against No. 20/20 Oklahoma [Jan. 17]. • In the first Big 12 Conference game of her career, recorded her second career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds against Texas Tech [Dec. 29]. • Registered her first career double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds against UT Rio Grande Valley [Dec. 15]. • Led all scorers with 22 points, while also bringing down nine rebounds and blocking three shots against Houston Baptist [Nov. 16]. 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  • Crystal Dangerfield

    "CAREER HONORS 2019 NCAA Regional All-Tournament Team 2019 American Athletic Conference First Team 2019 American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team 2018 American Athletic Conference Third Team 2018 American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team 2017 American Athletic Conference All-Freshman Team As a Junior (2018-19): Started all 38 games … averaged 13.4 points and 3.3 rebounds per game … second in UConn for single-season assists with 225 … scored double-digit points in 33 games … dished out nine assists vs. Notre Dame (4/5) … had 10 points, five rebounds and four assists vs. Louisville (3/31) … scored 20 points vs. Towson (3/22) … had nine assists and 17 points at USF (3/4) … posted eight assists vs. Houston (3/2), at Wichita State (2/26) and vs. Memphis (2/20) … had 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds at UCF (2/17) … shot 83.3 percent (5-of-6) from three-point range and had 22 points and nine assists vs. Temple (2/9) … tallied 12 points and 12 assists vs. ECU (2/6) … notched 19 points and eight rebounds at Louisville (1/31) … went 10-of-14 (71.4%) from the field for 26 points and nine assists at Temple (1/19) … posted 11 points and 10 assist vs. Cincinnati (1/9) … tallied 18 points and 10 assists at Saint Louis (12/4) … scored 19 points vs. Vanderbilt (11/17). As a Sophomore (2017-18): Started and played in 34 games … averaged 9.5 points and 3.3 rebounds per game … shot 44.4 percent from the field … second on the team with 142 assists and third on the team with 59 steals … scored double-digit points in 18 games … scored 21 points vs. South Carolina (3/26) … scored 10 points and added five boards vs. Cincinnati (3/5) … had 12 points, five assists and three steals at Memphis (1/24) … notched 10 points and six assists at ECU (1/3) … tallied 18 points and nine assists at DePaul (12/08) … had first career double-double with 10 points and 10 assists vs. Michigan State (11/25) … set a career high with 24 points and added six rebounds and four steals vs. Stanford (11/12). As a Freshman (2016-17): Played in 31 games with six starts … averaged 6.1 points and 2.2 rebounds per game … third on team with 3.7 assists per game … scored in double digits six times … posted 16 points and six boards vs. Albany (3/18) … dished out seven assists with no turnovers vs. Tulsa (3/4) … scored 12 points and added nine points with zero turnovers vs. USF (2/27) … tallied 19 points and five assists vs. Baylor (11/17) … made collegiate debut at Florida State (11/14). USA Basketball: Won gold at the 2015 FIBA U19 World Championship and 2013 FIBA Americans U16 Championship … 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup silver medalist … one of five U.S. athletes to play on two USA U19 World Cup teams … named to 2016 USA U18 National Team but withdrew due to injury. "

  • Mikiah Herbert Harrigan

    "Awards Sophomore Year (2017-18) SEC All-Tournament Team In the Record Books Career 5th – Blocked shots in a career (152) Season 1st – Games played in a season (37 in 2016-17) 5th – Blocked shots average in a season (2.2 in 2018-19) 5th – Blocked shots in an SEC season (34 in 2018-19) 6th – Blocked shots in a season (71 in 2018-19) Most games played by a freshman (37 in 2016-17) Best free throw percentage in a single NCAA Tournament (.875 (14-16) in 2019) Game 5th – Blocked shots in an SEC game (6 at Texas A&M, 1/3/19) 10th – Blocked shots in a game (6 at Texas A&M, 1/3/19) Best field goal percentage by a freshman (1.000 (5-5) vs. Vanderbilt, 2/16/17) Best free throw percentage by a freshman (1.000 (5-5) vs. Louisville, 11/27/16) Junior Year (2018-19) Became 13th Gamecock to reach 100 career blocks with a pair of swats at Purdue (Dec. 16) and moved into program’s career top five in blocks against Florida State (Mar. 24) Ranked third in SEC and 35th in the nation in blocked shots per game (2.1), including 16 games of at least three blocks Averaged a career-high 10.4 points both overall and in SEC play, scoring in double figures 17 times in 33 games Was team’s highest scorer in the postseason, averaging 17.0 points over four games in the SEC and NCAA Tournaments, shooting 53.7 percent from the field, including 3-of-5 from 3-point range, and blocking 3.0 shots per game Scored eight of her 16 points against #1/1 Baylor (Mar. 30) in the third quarter as Gamecock offense got on track Came off the bench with team-high 20 points in NCAA second round against #25/22 Florida State (Mar. 24), including 10 second-quarter points to build a seven-point halftime lead Scored first six points of a 12-0 run while adding a blocked shot and forced a turnover during a 35-point Carolina third quarter in SEC Tournament quarterfinal vs. Arkansas (Mar. 8) ... finished with a career-high 27 points Notched her third double-double off the bench against #5/5 Mississippi State (Mar. 3), including a highlight reel block in the second quarter to help go into the locker room with a 39-32 lead Came off the bench at Auburn (Feb. 28) to lead team to win with 12 fourth-quarter points on 4-of-5 shooting Good energy at Tennessee (Feb. 24) with three blocks in second quarter and three of her five rebounds coming in the fourth quarter to help hold off Lady Vols’ comeback attempt Helped Carolina jump out to a big first-quarter lead at #4/5 UConn (Feb. 11), including a three with 4:40 to go in the period to put the Gamecocks up by 10 Swatted back-to-back shots in the third quarter against Ole Miss (Feb. 7), helping Carolina hold the Rebels to just five points and scoreless for the final 5:42 of the quarter Blocked two shots in the third quarter to help allow just eight points in the period at #19/15 Kentucky (Jan. 31) Scored eight of her 10 points in the Gamecocks’ dominating first quarter at LSU (Jan. 13), shooting 4-for-5 Scored seven of her 11 points during the 22-2 run to begin the game against Florida (Jan. 10) Hit go-ahead basket with 34.5 seconds remaining against Alabama (Jan. 6), and scored six of her SEC career-best 18 points in the third quarter to help Gamecocks keep the lead over the rallying Crimson Tide Anchored the frontcourt at #21/21 Texas A&M (Jan. 3), especially on the glass in the second half, grabbing 11 of her career-high 16 rebounds in the final 20 minutes while scoring seven of her 11 points and blocking five of her career-high six shots in that stretch to secure the comeback victory Was both steady and clutch at Purdue (Dec. 16) en route to her first career double-double, grabbing the offensive rebound (her eighth of the game) that set up game-tying free throws from Bianca Jackson at the end of first overtime and adding a jumper and a blocked shot to help pull away in the second OT Swatted two of her four blocks against Dayton (Nov. 28) in the final three minutes to help hold Flyers scoreless over last 4:39 Sophomore Year (2017-18) Played in 33 games with five starts, including all three games of the SEC Tournament Team's top scorer twice – Alabama State, at #15/14 Tennessee 10 double-figure scoring games, including four straight as part of the starting lineup late in the season, during which she shot 62.5 percent from the field to average 14.8 points Ranked ninth in the SEC with 1.3 blocks per game on the season Pulled down nine of her career-high 10 boards in the second half in Carolina’s NCAA Tournament Second Round game against Virginia (Mar. 18) Brilliant SEC Tournament run, averaging 14.0 points on 72.0 percent shooting (18-of-25) to go with 5.0 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game to earn All-Tournament honors for the first time in her career Established early frontcourt presence in SEC Tournament title game against #2/2 Mississippi State (Mar. 4) with 11 first-quarter points on 4-of-4 shooting Solid second-half shooting (11 points, 5-of-6) in SEC Tournament quarterfinal against #12/12 Tennessee (Mar. 2) helped Gamecocks hold off Lady Vols down the stretch Recorded her first career 20-point game with 21 on 7-of-10 shooting against Savannah State (Dec. 17) "

  • DiJonai Carrington

    "3/20/19: Stanford's Carrington is having a breakout season - Michelle Smith (Pac-12.com) 1/22/19: My Stanford Story: DiJonai Carrington [VIDEO] - Cardinal Channel 1/17/19: Stanford guard DiJonai Carrington finally tries boxing out — and piles up rebounds - Tom FitzGerald (San Francisco Chronicle) 1/18/18: Stanford’s DiJonai Carrington inherited football toughness - Tom FitzGerald (San Francisco Chronicle) 8/8/17: From small school to big stage - San Diego County Hoops Report 3/29/16: McDonald's All-American DiJonai Carrington emerges from ACL injury with stronger game and outlook - Maggie Hendricks (USA TODAY Sports) 3/28/16: Stanford's trio of McDonald's All-Americans continuing to build bonds - Maggie Hendricks (USA TODAY Sports) 12/11/14: Amid Super Bowls and Rose Bowl, a budding basketball star grows - Walter Villa (espnW) Career Accolades | Career Statistics and Single-Game Highs 2018-19 All-Pac-12 (Coaches and Media) 2019 Pac-12 All-Tournament Team 2018-19 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention 2017-18 Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention 2016 McDonald's All-American 2016 Jordan Brand Classic All-American As a Junior (2018-19) | Game-by-Game Stats (PDF) All-Pac-12 (Coaches and Media) Pac-12 All-Tournament Team Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention Started all 36 games and averaged 14.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 28.9 minutes Shot 45.3 percent from the field (180-of-397), 33.0 percent on 3-pointers (37-of-112) and 68.8 percent at the line (108-of-157) Scored 20+ points four times and in double figures in 29 of Stanford's 36 games Pulled down 10 or more rebounds in eight games and had seven double-doubles One of four Power 5 conference players in the country under 6-feet to average 14.0 points and 7.0 rebounds Named to the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team after averaging 17.3 points and 8.3 rebounds in Las Vegas Had a double-double in the semifinal and 22 points and nine rebounds in the final against No. 6 Oregon (3/10) Put up a career-high 33 points and 13-rebounds in a 95-85 victory at No. 9 Tennessee (12/18) Was 11-of-15 (.733) from the floor and 4-of-5 (.800) from deep Became the second player in the past 20 years to have 33 points, 13 rebounds and four made 3-pointers against a ranked opponent As a Sophomore (2017-18) | Game-by-Game Stats (PDF) Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention Appeared in 32 games and made seven starts Averaged 8.8 points, 5.6 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.4 steals per game Fourth on the team in scoring, third in rebounding, fourth in assists and first in steals Tied for 19th in the Pac-12 in rebounding and tied for 13th in steals Shot 40.1 percent from the floor (107-of-267), 28.0 percent from deep (30-of-107) and 68.4 percent on free throws (39-of-57) Had the first 20-point game of her career when she dropped in 21 against No. 1 UConn (11/12) Pulled down a career-high 22 rebounds one game later against UC Riverside (11/17), tied for third in school history with Kaylee Johnson (twice) and Mikaela Ruef Also scored 13 against UC Riverside to collect the first double-double of her career Scored 24 and had 10 rebounds against Kent State in Las Vegas (11/23) Put up 10 or more points 13 times, including in each game of the NCAA Tournament Averaged 13.0 points on 51.7 percent shooting (15-of-29), 4.7 rebounds and 2.0 steals in the NCAA Tournament Started seven consecutive games in November and December before missing three straight to close out the nonconference portion of Stanford's schedule Set and subsequently matched a career high with five assists in three wins over CSU Bakersfield (11/19), Washington (1/14) and Arizona (1/28) Personal-best four steals came at USC (1/19) Made three 3-pointers twice against No. 1 UConn (11/12) and at San Francisco (11/29) Scored 6.8 points and pulled down 4.8 rebounds in 17 Pac-12 games Averaged 8.2 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.5 steals in 25 games as a substitute Was the Pac-12's fourth-leading scorer off the bench, second in rebounds and first in steals As a Freshman (2016-17) | Game-by-Game Stats (PDF) Came off the bench in 35 games and averaged 2.5 points and 2.3 rebounds in 7.8 minutes per outing Shot 44.3 percent from the floor (35-of-79) Handed out 14 assists and had 19 steals Averaged a steal every 14 minutes, the best rate on the team Scored a season-high seven points in a win over CSUN (11/20) Grabbed nine rebounds in a victory against Northeastern (11/24) and had two assists Collected three steals in a Pac-12 Tournament win against Washington State (3/3) Made a pair of 3-pointers in a victory at Colorado (1/15) "

  • Bella Alarie

    "At Princeton: Junior Year (2017-18): Ivy Tournament Most Outstanding Performer ... Ivy All-Tournament ... Ivy League Player of the Year ... WBCA All-America Regional Finalist … Unanimous First Team All-Ivy ... Eight-time Ivy Player of the Week (Dec. 10, Dec. 17, Dec. 24, Feb. 4, Feb. 11, Feb. 18, Mar. 4, Mar. 11) ... USBWA National Player of the Week (Feb. 5) ... NCAA.com Starting Five (Feb. 6) ... Broke the Princeton single-season record for points per game (22.8) … Her 210 field goals, 525 points, 65 blocks are the second most in a single-season in program history … Her 408 field goal attempts are fourth most in a single-season, 10.6 rebounds are sixth … Returned from injury with 16 points, 19 rebounds and five blocks vs. Quinnipiac (Dec. 8) ... Put up 16 points, seven rebounds, four blocks at Monmouth (Dec. 11) ... Knocked down 10 shots for 24 points, along with four assists, three steals and two blocks vs. Marist (Dec. 15) ... Just missed a double-double with 18 points, nine rebounds, adding six assists, three blocks and a steal at St. Francis-Brooklyn (Dec. 19) ... Was 11-of-18 (61 percent) from the floor, finishing with 24 points and 11 rebounds at Hartford (Dec. 21) ... Scored 18 points on 8-of-12 shooting (66.7 percent) at New Hampshire ... Double-double (21 points, 17 rebounds) vs. Penn (Jan. 5) ... Set Ivy League single-game records for points (45) and field goals (20) against Columbia (Feb. 1) and broke the program record for career blocks ... Another double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds at Cornell (Feb. 2) ... Registered 38 points including 1,000th career point, 13 rebounds, six steals, four assists vs. Yale (Feb. 8) ... Put up 20 points vs. 16 rebounds vs. Brown (Feb. 9) ... Dropped in 41 points and 13 rebounds at Dartmouth (Feb. 16) ... Remarkable with 33 points on 13-of-21 shooting and 10 rebounds at Penn (Feb. 26) ... Back-to-back double-doubles vs. Dartmouth (Mar. 1) and Harvard (Mar. 2) ... Added 19 points and 14 rebounds in 21 minutes at Brown (Mar. 8) ... Put up 31 points, 13 rebounds, six assists at Yale (Mar. 9) ... Missed just one shot in 10 attempts, scoring 21 points vs. Cornell (Mar. 16) ... Went 10-of-15 from the floor for 25 points, along with six rebounds and five blocks vs. Penn in the Ivy League Tournament Championship Game (Mar. 17) … Contributed 20 points, 15 rebounds, five assists vs. No. 17 Kentucky in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 23). Sophomore Year (2017-18): Ivy League Player of the Year ... First Team All-Ivy ... Ivy League Tournament Most Outstanding Player … Ivy League All-Tournament Team … Blocked 79 shots this season, breaking her own single-season program record … Her 283 rebounds are the third most in a single-season in Princeton history … Her 9.3 rebounds per game are tied for the seventh most in a single-season … Recorded 12 double-doubles … A six-time Ivy Player of the Week (Dec. 11, Dec. 25, Jan. 8, Jan. 15, Feb. 19, Mar. 5) … Filled out the stat sheet with 13 points, eight rebounds, two blocks and a steal vs. George Washington (Nov. 10) ... Game-high 22 points and 12 rebounds for her ninth career double-double at Seton Hall (Nov. 16) ... 10th career double-double with 12 points, 11 rebounds along with four steals and two blocks vs. Georgia Tech (Nov.19) ... Game-high 29 points along with nine rebounds, three blocks, two steals vs. No. 24/25 Villanova (Nov. 29) ... Just missed a double-double with nine points and nine rebounds along with three blocks, three assists vs. Delaware (Dec. 2) ... Double-double with 14 points, 12 rebounds, while swatting six shots at Lafayette (Dec. 6) ... Second straight double-double with 16 points (on 6-of-9 shooting) and 11 rebounds at Quinnipiac (Dec. 9) ... Went off for 21 points on 8-of-13 shooting (61.5 percent) along with nine rebounds, a block and steal vs. St. Joe’s (Dec. 20) ... Was 7-of-13 from the floor (53.8 percent) for 16 points, grabbing 12 rebounds, eight of which were offensive vs. Chattanooga (Dec. 21) ... Selected as the Gator Holiday Classic MVP and to the All-Tournament team (Dec. 21) ... Third straight game with at least 10 points, scoring 13 points in just 20 minutes vs. UMBC (Dec. 30) ... Just missed a triple-double (!!!) with 18 points, 12 rebounds and eight blocks at Penn (Jan. 6) ... Went 7-of-11 from the floor, finishing with 18 points, 13 rebounds, three steals, two assists and a block vs. Columbia (Jan. 12) ... Blocked eight shots at Yale (Feb. 2) ... Helped team with 14 rebounds at Brown (Feb. 3) ... Double-double with 12 points, 11 rebounds, along with three blocks vs. Dartmouth (Feb. 10) ... Stole the show against Penn with 18 points, 15 rebounds, three blocks and two steals vs. Penn (Feb. 13) ... Impressive performance with 18 points, nine rebounds, four steals and three blocks at Cornell (Feb. 16) ... Had six helpers at Columbia (Feb. 17) ... Posted 18 points and 10 rebounds vs. Yale (Mar. 3) ... Dominating performance with 17 points on 6-of-10 shooting with 17 rebounds and three blocks vs. Yale (Mar. 10) ... Grabbed 17 rebounds and blocked six shots vs. Penn (Mar. 11) … Swatted four shots vs. No. 16 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 16). Freshman Year (2016-17): Ivy League Rookie of the Year … First team All-Ivy … Nine-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week accolades which ties the Princeton record set by Niveen Rasheed in 2009 (Nov. 21, Nov. 28, Dec. 5, Dec. 26, Jan. 9, Feb. 6, Feb. 13, Feb. 20, Mar. 6) … Three-time Ivy League Player of the Week (Dec. 5, Dec. 26, Feb. 6) … Ivy League All-Tournament Team … Led the team in scoring (12.6), rebounding (8.0), blocks (51), field goals (139) and minutes played (919) … Ranked in the Ivy League’s top ten in defensive rebounds (third), blocks (fourth), total rebounds (fifth), three-point field goal percentage (sixth), scoring (ninth), field goals (ninth), field goal percentage (ninth) Her 51 blocks broke the single-season record originally set by Ellen Devoe during the 1984-85 season … Is one of four freshmen in program history to start every game … Is in the top five all-time for freshman single-season records in games played (tied for first), blocks (first), three-point attempts (109, second), three-pointers made (39, third), rebounds (241, third), points (377, fourth), field goals (fifth) and field goal attempts (322) … Opened her collegiate career with 24 points, seven rebounds vs. Rider (Nov. 11) … Posted first career double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds vs. Dayton (Nov. 19) … Swatted seven shots over three games (Nov. 22-27) … Had one of the most impressive games in program history vs. Seton Hall (Nov. 30), scoring 26 points, grabbing 15 rebounds and dishing out six assists … Alarie became the first person to achieve those marks in a game since Ellen Devoe vs. Lehigh on Nov. 25, 1983 … Blocked four shots vs Lafayette (Dec. 7) … Dropped in 20 points on 9-of-12 (75.0 percent) shooting and contributed nine rebounds, four blocks and three assists vs. Wagner (Dec. 21) … Began a stretch of 11 consecutive games with at least 10 points with a double-double (16 points and 15 rebounds) at Lipscomb (Dec. 31) … Began Ivy play with a 17-point performance on 7-of-11 from the floor vs. Penn (Jan. 7) … Had another double-double vs. Yale with 13 points and 10 rebounds vs. Yale (Jan. 14) … Amassed a 21-point outing on 8-of-11 shooting (72.7 percent), securing five rebounds, blocking three shots and stealing three passes at Cornell (Feb. 10) … Missed just one shot on seven attempts for 15 points vs. Columbia (Feb. 24) …Contributed 12 points and 12 caroms at Dartmouth (Mar. 4) … Had an incredible performance vs. Harvard in the Ivy League Tournament Semifinal (Mar. 11) with 17 points, a season-best 16 rebounds and two blocks … Ended the year with at least 11 rebounds in four of the five contests … Just missed a double-double vs. Villanova (Mar. 17) in the first round of the WNIT, finishing with nine points and 13 rebounds. "

  • Tynice Martin

    "2016-17 (Sophomore) Team Co-Captain Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) All-America Honorable Mention Became the first Mountaineer sophomore in program history to earn AP and WBCA All-America Honorable Mention Unanimous All-Big 12 First Team Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team WBCA All-Region 3 Waco Tribune All-Big 12 First Team Savannah Invitational MVP Savannah Invitational All-Tournament Team Big 12 Conference Player of the Week (Feb. 13) NCAA Starting Five (Feb. 15) Finished her sophomore campaign with 651 points (18.6 ppg), 151 rebounds (4.3 rpg), 82 assists (2.3 apg) and 62 steals (1.8 spg) Became only the third sophomore at West Virginia to score 500 or more points in a single-season Her 651 points are sixth-most in a single-season at WVU Tallied double-figure scoring in 33 of 35 games and lead the Mountaineers in scoring 21 times during the season Reached the 20-point plateau 13 times and the 30-point mark on three different occasions becoming the second sophomore in program history to do so Ranked first in the Big 12 with 35.6 minutes played per game, second in scoring with 18.6 points per game, fifth with 2.2 three-point fields goals made per game, fifth with 1.8 steals per game, seventh with an 81.8 free throw percentage and 12th with a 36.5 3-point field goal percentage Nationally, she ranked 10th in field goals attempted (571), 11th in minutes played (1,246), 20th in final points (651), 32nd in field goals made (227), 40th in points per game (18.6 ppg), 70th in three-pointers made (76), 82nd in three-pointers attempted (208), 86th in free throws made (121), 88th in three-point field goal percentage (36.5%), 91st in field goal percentage (48.2%), 117th in three-point field goals per game (2.2), 128th in steals (62), 135th in free throws attempted (148) and 200th in steals per game (1.8 spg) Set multiple WVU single-season marks including: fifth in minutes played (1,246), sixth in points (651), seventh in 30-point games (3), tied for eighth in made field goals (277), ninth in 20-point games (13), 10th in scoring average (10.6 ppg), tied for 10th in made triples (76) Recorded several WVU sophomore single-season marks: first in minutes played (1,246), second in made three-pointers (76), tied for second in games played and started (35-35), third in points (651), third in field goals made (227), third in minutes per game (35.6), fourth in scoring average (18.6 ppg), fourth in 20-point games (13), fifth in free throw percentage (81.8%), sixth in free throws attempted (148) and eighth in three-point field goal percentage (36.5%) Scored double-figures in first 21 games of the season and had a 23-game double-digit scoring streak from March 18, 2016 until Jan. 25, 2017 Completed the year with a nine-game double-figure scoring streak Tallied 27 points and set a career-high in two blocks in WVU’s win over Howard (Nov. 15) In her return to Georgia, she scored 28 points and went 9-of-9 from the free throw line in the victory over North Carolina A&T (Nov. 22) Had the second-longest free throw streak at WVU with 30 consecutive makes from March 18, 2016 (Ohio State) to Nov. 24, 2016 (Auburn) Led the Mountaineers with 16 points against Auburn (Nov. 24) en route to Savannah Invitational MVP and All-Tournament Team accolades Led the Mountaineers with 21 points, while dishing out a career-high seven assists and corralling six rebounds against Longwood (Dec. 17) Paced WVU with 21 points, collected a career-high six steals and dished out five assists at TCU (Dec. 29) Inked first career double-double with 18 points and a career-high 11 rebounds in the win over No. 20-ranked Oklahoma (Jan. 8) Led West Virginia with a career-high 35 points at Oklahoma (Feb. 7), ranking as the second-best single-game performance by a WVU sophomore Her 14 field goals at OU tied a school sophomore single-game record, while her six three-pointers were third-most Scored 30 points and made a career-high seven three-pointers in the win over Oklahoma State (Feb. 11) Earned Big 12 Player of the Week Honors (Feb. 13) after becoming first Mountaineer since Meg Bulger (2005) to score 30 or more points in back-to-back games Scored a WVU Big 12 Tournament record 29 points, grabbed five rebounds, made four triples and dished out two assists in a win over No. 12 Texas (March 5) in the Big 12 Championship semifinal Scored a Big 12 Championship title game record 32 points and made a career-high 12 free throws in WVU’s Big 12 Championship final victory Baylor (March 6) Named the 2017 Big 12 Championship Most Outstanding Player with 82 points and 12 rebounds in three games Her 82 points were the third-most ever in a Big 12 Tournament Became third-quickest Mountaineer to reach 1,000-points and 34th overall after scoring 26 points including 9-of-10 from the charity stripe vs. Elon (March 17) in the NCAA Championship First Round "

  • Erica Ogwumike

    "ATHLETIC ACCOLADES 2018-19 C-USA Female Athlete of the Year 2018-19 Earned U.S. Pan Am Team Trials Invite 2018-19 C-USA Player of the Year 2018-19 C-USA All-Conference First Team 2018-19 C-USA All-Tournament Team 2018-19 C-USA Preseason Player of the Year 2018-19 C-USA Preseason All-Conference Team 2017-18 C-USA Newcomer of the Year 2017-18 C-USA All-Defensive Team 2017-18 C-USA All-Conference First Team 2017-18 C-USA All-Tournament Team 2015-16 WCC All-Conference First Team (Pepperdine) 2015-16 WCC All-Freshman Team (Pepperdine) ACADEMIC HONORS 2018-19 C-USA All-Academic Team 2018-19 C-USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal 2018-19 C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll 2018-19 Rice Honor Athlete 2017-18 CoSIDA Academic All-District 2017-18 C-USA All-Academic Team 2017-18 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll 2017-18 C-USA Academic Medal 2016-17 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll 2016-17 C-USA Academic Medal 2018-19 (Junior): Played and started in 31 of 32 games…first student-athlete in school history to earn C-USA Female Athlete of the Year honors...became the first player in program history to earn Conference USA Player of the Year honors…selected to the C-USA First Team for a second straight season…averaged 16.5 points, 10.5 rebounds, and 1.7 steals per game; the only player in C-USA to rank in the top-10 in the league in each of those categories…led all C-USA players with 18 double-doubles, which ranked 17th in the NCAA…first in C-USA in total rebounds (327-31st in NCAA) and second in the league in rebounds per game (10.5-29th in NCAA)…also led all of C-USA in defensive rebounds per game (8.0-12th in NCAA)…ranked third in C-USA in both free throws made (136-43rd in NCAA) and free throw percentage (84.5 percent-43rd in NCAA)…was one of three Owls (Shani Rainey & Nicole Iademarco) to surpass 1,000 career points at Rice…also eclipsed 1,500 career points between Rice and Pepperdine…two-time C-USA Player of the Week...scored in double-figures in 28 of 31 games…poured in 20 or more points in 10 contests, including a season-high 28 points in a win over New Orleans (12/1)…pulled down double-figure rebounds in 19 games, including a 19-rebounds performance in the Owls’ first victory of the season at Little Rock (11/17)…scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament vs. Marquette (3/22). 2017-18 (Redshirt Sophomore): First Owl to ever earn C-USA Newcomer of the Year honors...selected to the C-USA First Team and All-Defensive Team...named to the C-USA All-Academic Team and was a 2017-18 CoSIDA Academic All-District awardee...selected to the C-USA All-Tournament Team…Gene Hackerman Award (Team MVP)…ranked fourth in C-USA in scoring (17.9 ppg), third in rebounding (9.3 rpg), ninth in steals (1.8 spg)...her 574 points ranked second in Rice history (single-season)...had a team-high 15 double-doubles, which ranked second in C-USA…13 games with 20 or more points...five games with 15 or more rebounds...became the first Owl in school history to repeat as the C-USA Player of the Week following her 26 point performance vs. No. 18 Texas A&M...named the C-USA Player of the Week on Nov. 27...scored a season-high 31 points in the Owls’ season finale at New Mexico in the WNIT…recorded seven steals in a win over Northern Arizona, the second-most by an Owl in a single game…earned a C-USA Academic Medal and named to the C-USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll. "

  • Borislava Hristova

    "REDSHIRT-JUNIOR (2018-19): Named First Team All-Pac-12...one of 10 finalists for the Cheryl Miller Award...started all 30 games this season... Recorded 1,065 minutes, 2nd most in a single season averaging 35.5 minutes per game, 6th most in single season history... Averaged 19.9 points per game, 4th best in program history...finished the season with a total of 597 points, putting her at 27th in the nation in scoring...recorded 28 double-digit scoring games, 15 of which were 20+ and four were 30+...recorded 19-straight double-digit scoring games, sixth most in program history...scored 38 points at Washington to begin Pac-12 play, the third-highest single-game total in program history...led the team with five double-doubles on the year...named Pac-12 Player of the Week on Dec. 31. REDSHIRT-SOPHOMORE (2017-18): Appeared in 27 games, started in 25…named to the All-Pac-12 team for the season despite missing 3.5 games due to injury...averaged 17.8 points per game, leading the team in scoring, ranking 3rd in the Pac-12 and 8th in all-time WSU history…scored in double digits 23 times, ranking 4th all-time among WSU sophomores…recorded a double digit scoring streak of 12 games, 3rd longest streak for a Cougar sophomore…recorded a season high in points (36) vs. Colorado, tied for 4th all-time points scored in WSU single-game NCAA history and second most scored by a Pac-12 player on the year…became the second fastest player all-time player to reach 1,000 points needing just 60 games when she hit the 1,000 point mark at Arizona on Feb. 2…played a career high minutes (42) vs. Washington…earned Pac-12 player of the week honors (Jan. 8). SOPHOMORE (2016-17): Led the team in scoring at 14.7 ppg before suffering a season-ending injury after playing nine games…scored a season-best 25 points against No. 5 Maryland (Nov. 27) in the game in which she suffered her foot injury…scored in double-figures in seven of nine games including a pair of 20-point efforts. FRESHMAN (2015-16): Played in all 30 games, starting in 29…named to the All-Pac-12 Team and the Pac-12 All-Freshman Team…three-time Pac-12 Freshman of the Week (Nov. 23, Jan. 18, Jan. 25)…scored in double-digits 26 times…notched 20+ points in nine games, breaking a 26-year-old record…set the WSU freshman scoring record with 490 total points and a team-best 16.3 ppg…also set freshman records for field goals made (200) and free throw percentage (.881)…also set the single-season record for free throw percentage…became the second freshman in school history to score 30+ points in a single game, scoring a career-high 30 points against San Jose State (Nov. 27)…shot a team-best .454 (200-of-441) from the field…also pulled in 3.4 rpg and notched 46 assists…scored in double figures for first 10 games of the season. "

  • Ae'Rianna Harris

    "2018-19 / AS A JUNIOR • 2019 AP Honorable Mention All-America • 2019 Naismith Defensive Player of the Year Finalist • 2019 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year • One-of-4 players in conference history to win Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons • Named Second Team All-Big Ten and a unanimous pick for the Big Ten All-Defensive Team • Became the 34th 1,000-point scorer in program history on Feb. 10 at Nebraska and the 17th individual to hit the mark during her junior season • One-of-20 players in program history to reach 1,000 points in under 100 games, hitting the mark in her 96th career contest • Ranked 27th in program history with 1,102 career points • Scored in double figures in 29-of-34 games in 2018-19, tied for 13th-most in Purdue’s single-season history, and her 61 career games in double figures is tied for 24th all-time for the Boilermakers • Averaged a career-high 13.1 points per game, good for 16th in the Big Ten, and improved her career scoring average to 10.6 per game, ranked 25th all-time at Purdue • Posted a season-high 23 points on two occasions, hitting the mark vs. Purdue Fort Wayne and Albany • Converted 49.1 percent from the floor, good for seventh in the Big Ten, and moved her career field goal percentage to 50.9 percent, which ranks ninth in Boilermaker history • Set Purdue’s single-game field goal percentage record against Purdue Fort Wayne on Nov. 18, hitting 10-of-10 from the field, becoming the 11th player in Big Ten Conference history to go at least 10-for-10 in a game • Has made 447 career field goals, good for 23rd all-time at Purdue • Pulled down a career-high 320 rebounds, third-most in a season in Purdue history, and ranked fifth in the Big Ten with 9.4 • Her 9.4 rebounds per game were the sixth-best season average all-time for the Boilermakers and the best ever for a Purdue junior, and her career average of 7.8 per game is No. 2 all-time • Her 98 offensive rebounds matched the No. 5 season total in Purdue history, while her 22 defensive boards rank fifth all-time as well • She is the first Purdue junior to surpass 700 career rebounds, finishing her third season with 811, already good for sixth in Boilermaker history and 157 shy of the program record (968, Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton) • Broke the Boilermakers’ career blocked shots record in three seasons, finishing 2018-19 with 284 rejections • Finished second in the NCAA and first in the Big Ten with 104 blocked shots, while her 3.06 blocks per game average is second in program history and was third-best in the NCAA in 2018-19 • Her 104 blocks are the third-most in a season by a Boilermaker • One-of-two players in Big Ten history to post at least two seasons with 300 points, 300 rebounds and 100 blocked shots (Amanda Zahui B., Minnesota) • Set a Purdue junior record with 13 double-doubles, tied for second-most in a season in program history • Her 22 career double-doubles rank fourth all-time at Purdue and are five shy of the career record of 27, set by Stacey Lovelace from 1993-to-96 • Nearly had a triple-double at Ohio, finishing with 14 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocked shots, tied for third-most blocks in a game in program history • Also came close to a triple-double with 15 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks vs. Michigan • Named the Boilermakers’ most outstanding defensive player at the postseason banquet 2017-18 / AS A SOPHOMORE • 2018 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, becoming the third player in Purdue history to earn the award following Kelly Komara (2002) and Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton (2007) • Just the third sophomore in conference history to earn top defensive honors, following Tanisha Wright (Penn State • 2003) and Shavelle Little (Ohio State 2008) • Named second team All-Big Ten by the media and coaches • Has the most rebounds (491) and blocked shots (180) of any player in program history over their first two seasons • Posted the Boilermakers's sophomore rebounding record, amassing 304 boards this season and snapping the mark set by Stacey Lovelace in 1993-94 • Also broke Cathey Tyree's sophomore rebounding average record, securing 8.9 rebounds per game • Her rebounding total tied for fourth on Purdue's single-season record list, and she is the fifth player in program history to grab 300 rebounds in a season • One of three NCAA Division I players to collect at least 300 points, 300 rebounds and 100 blocked shots • Tied for fifth in the nation with 105 blocks and ranked eighth in the country at 3.09 blocks per game • Her 105 blocks are second on Purdue's single-season record list, and are the most in program history by a sophomore • Already ranked fourth all-time at Purdue with 180 career blocked shots • Fastest player in program history to 100 career blocks, needing 45 games to become the 12th player in program history to hit the mark, and just the second to do it as a sophomore, following Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton • Has a team-best and Purdue sophomore season record nine double-doubles on the year, also tied for seventh-most in a season all-time at Purdue • Posted a pair of 20-point, 10-rebound games, tallying 22 and 11 vs. Miami (Ohio) and 20 and 13 vs. UT Martin • Scored the 11th-most points of any sophomore in program history with 398 • Shot 51.9 percent from the field in 2017-18, and her 52.1 career field goal percentage is tied for seventh-best in program history • Saw a 21.6% improvement at the free throw line from her freshman year, hitting 76.7% at the stripe • Scored a career-high 27 points vs. Penn State, converting 12-of-14 from the field and 3-of-3 at the free throw line • Had 13 games with double-digit rebounding totals, including a career-high 18 rebounds vs. Indiana • Blocked a career-high seven shots on two occasions this season, first vs. Lamar (11/18) and again at Rutgers (12/28), tied for fourth-most in a single game at Purdue and becoming the third Boilermaker to block seven shots in a game twice (Camille Cooper and Wisdom-Hylton) • Received the Boilermakers' Perseverance Award and the Defensive Award at the postseason banquet "

  • Brittany Brewer

    "JUNIOR (2018-19) All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team Academic All-Big 12 First Team Big 12 Player of the Week (1/21) Notes: Played in all 31 games this season, making starts in all 31 games… averaged 16.6 points, 9.1 rebounds and 2.3 blocks while averaging 31.0 minutes per game… Shot a career best 52.8 percent from the field, the fourth best in the Big 12… Made 34 three-pointers this season, her first time to shoot the three-ball in her career… posted a season best 71 blocks this season, ranking in the Top 25 in the country and leading the Big 12… Her 71 blocks this season ranks fifth in school history while her 162 career blocks ranks fifth in school history… tallied 20+ points in 10 games this season… racked up 13 double doubles this season, ranking in the Top 25 nationally and leading the Big 12… Currently has 609 career rebounds and 983 career points… broke two Big 12 records during the conference tournament… was named to the All-Big 12 Honorable Mention team for the first time in her career… was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team for the second straight year, just the third Lady Raider in school history to earn the award and the first to earn it in back-to-back seasons... was one of five in the country selected to the Co-SIDA Academic All-America First Team, becoming the first Lady Raider in school history to be awarded a first team selection and the third in school history to be named an All-American… was also awarded a spot on the Academic All-Big 12 First Team for the second straight season. Highlights: Set a new Big 12 record for most points scored by a player in the first round of the Big 12 tournament when she posted a career high 40 points and 15 rebounds against Oklahoma (3/8)… 21 of her 40 points came in the first quarter… became just the sixth Lady Raider in program history to score 40-points in a game and is the first since 2002… also set a new record for most FG makes in a first round game at the Big 12 tournament with her 16 FGs, tying her career high in FG makes… The mark tied for the second most made FGs in a game during the Big 12 tournament… her 40 points and 15 rebounds against OU (3/8) marked her 13th double double of the season… was the first Lady Raiders since the 2016-17 season to score 30+ points when she scored 34 points in the win over Houston Baptist (11/24)… was named Big 12 Co-Player of the Week for her 25.0 ppg and 11.0 rpg average for the week… She put up 27 points and 11 rebounds at TCU (1/16). SOPHOMORE (2017-18) CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team Academic All-Big 12 First Team Notes: Played in all 30 games, starting in 17... Averaged 20.2 minutes, 9.5 points, 5.0 rebounds and shot 49.0 percent from the field... racked up double-figure points in 12 of the 28 games… started out the season with five straight double-digit point performances… recorded two doubles-doubles on the season… ranked second on the team in rebounds (150) and led the team with 38 blocks, ranked eighth in the Big 12 with 1.2 blocks per game... named Academic All-Big 12 First Team… was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District 7 First Team, becoming only the third player in program history to earn first team honors (the first player to earn first team honors since Erin Grant in 2006). Highlights: scored a career-high 25 points against UMass-Lowell (11/22), marking her first 20-point game of her career… was one point shy of tying her career high when she scored 24 points against Kansas State (2/7)…. made a career-high 11 FGs in the UMass-Lowell & Kansas State games… recorded her first double-double of the season with 17 points and 11 rebound at Houston (12/3)… marked her second double-double with 24 points and a season-best 13 rebounds at Kansas State (2/7)… posted four blocks in two games this season, against Arkansas-Pine Bluff (11/19) and No. 19 Texas A&M (11/26). FRESHMAN (2016-17) Big 12 All-Freshman Team Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team Notes: Played in 31 games, starting in 17 for the Lady Raiders in her freshman season... Averaged 22.3 minutes, 5.8 points, 5.7 rebounds and shot 45.2 percent from the field... tallied 53 blocks including a career-high five blocks at Texas A&M (11/17)... Was the third freshman in school history to be named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team... Ranked No. 7 in the Big 12 with a team-leading 53 blocks (1.7 per game) and was the second ranked freshman in that category... Ranked 15th overall and the No. 2 freshman in the conference in rebounds (178 / 5.7 per game). Highlights: Scored eight points, recorded six rebounds and a block in first game as a Lady Raider (vs. North Dakota, 11/13)... scored a career-high 16 points and tallied eight boards vs. Prairie View (11/29)... tallied a career-high nine rebounds at Arkansas (12/3)... earned first collegiate start vs. Houston (12/7)... Recorded her first career double-double against Iowa State with 10 points and a career-high 14 rebounds (1/4 "

  • Ayana Mitchell

    "CAREER * Top returning scorer and rebounder in 2018-19. * Has played in 64 games and started in 48, including all 29 games of the 2017-18 season. * Is averaging 9.3 points and 6.6 rebounds over her three seasons with the program. * Also is shooting 58.0 percent from the field and has 104 steals over her LSU career. * Had surgery in November 2015 and missed the remainder of the 2015-16 season while doing rehab with the athletic training staff. SOPHOMORE SEASON (2017-18) * Started all 29 games. * Third in scoring with 11.0 points per game. * Lead defender in the paint with 16 games as the team’s leading rebounder and averaged 8.2 boards per game. * Ranked eighth in the SEC in rebounding average. * Most efficient field goal shooter on the team at 55.6 percent. * Shot 50.0 percent or better in 17 games from the field with a career-best 85.7 (6-7) in home-opening win against Southeastern. * Shot over 80.0 from the field in five games, including 11 of 13 (84.6) in overtime win against Alabama (Feb. 25). * Third on the team with 52 steals. * Posted season-high four steals in win at Arkansas (Feb. 18) and vs. Texas A&M (March 2). * Scored a career high 27 points in regular-season finale overtime victory against Alabama (Feb. 25); Also had 12 rebounds for seventh double-double of the season. * Tied career high with 16 rebounds in win over Tennessee (Jan. 28). * Grabbed 10 or more boards in nine games, including eight games with double-digit scoring. * Other double-double performances: - 10 points and 13 rebounds at Northern Colorado (Nov. 15) - 17 points and 11 rebounds vs. nationally-ranked Mississippi State (Jan. 7) - 12 points and 13 rebounds at Florida (Jan. 14) - 16 points and 15 rebounds vs. Georgia (Feb. 1) - 13 points and 12 rebounds at Kentucky (Feb. 4) - 19 points and 13 rebounds at Arkansas (Feb. 18) - 17 points and 11 rebounds vs. Texas A&M in SEC quarterfinals (March 2). * Posted 16 points and nine rebounds against Central Michigan in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament (March 17). * Earned LSWA Player of the Week honors twice during the season on Feb. 7 and Feb. 20. REDSHIRT FRESHMAN SEASON (2016-17) * Played in all 32 games as a redshirt freshman after returning to the court following a back injury suffered in 2015-16. * Started the first 18 games of the season. * Was fourth on the team in scoring with 8.1 points per game. * Ranked third on the squad with 5.4 boards per contest. * Logged three double-doubles. * Led team in rebounding in nine games and in scoring in two meetings. * Scored in double figures in 14 games, including in five of the final nine games of the season. * Was LSU's most consistent shooter, hitting 60 percent (89-149) of her shots from the field. * Hauled down five or more rebounds in 15 games. * Shot 50% or better from the field in 25 games. * Set a career mark and led the team with 16 points in the win over Wake Forest. * Led the team in steals with six against No. 3 UConn. * Recorded first career double-double in win over NC State in the Paradise Jam with 14 points and a career-high 16 rebounds, including two crucial defensive boards late in the game that helped LSU seal the win; Grabbed the defensive board off the missed NC State free throw and fed the ball to Raigyne Moncrief, who raced down the court and threw up the game-winning 3-pointer with four seconds left in game. * Registered second career double-double with 11 points and team-best 10 rebounds in the win over North Carolina on the road. * Second-leading scorer at Tennessee with 14 points off a 5-of-6 effort from the field and 4-of-6 shooting from the line; 83% shooting (5-6) from the field versus Tennessee was the best shooting mark for her in games that she has taken at least five shots. * Registered her third career double-double off the bench with 10 points and 10 rebounds in a road win over Ole Miss; was 8-of-12 from the free-throw line in the game and the eight free throws made was a career mark. * Had a productive game in the win over Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament with 14 points, seven rebounds, two blocks and two steals in 31 minutes of action. * Posted an eight-point, eight-rebound effort in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against California. "

  • Kitija Laksa

    "Senior CLASS Award Candidate (2018-19) Lindy's Sports Preseason Third Team All-American American Athletic Conference Preseason Unanimous First Team WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2017-18) WBCA All-Region 3 (2017-18) American Athletic Conference Scholar Athlete of the Year (2017-18) American Athletic Conference All-Championship Team (2017-18) American Athletic Conference First Team (2017-18) The American Player of the week (Nov. 17, Dec. 18, Feb. 12) NCAA Starting 5 espnW National Player of the Week (Feb. 13, 2018) USBWA National Player of the Week (Dec. 19, 2017, Feb. 13, 2018) Citizen Naismith Trophy National Player of the Week (Feb. 13, 2018) Ann Meyers Drysdale Award Final 5 | Final 10 | Preseason Watch List (2017-18); Preseason Watch List (2018-19) Wade Trophy Watch List (2017-18; 2018-19) Women’s Citizen Naismith Trophy watch list (2017-18; 2018-19) The American Preseason All-Conference First Team (2017-18) WBCA All-America Honorable Mention (2016-17) WBCA All-Region 3 (2016-17) American Athletic Conference All-Tournament Team (2016-17) American Athletic Conference First Team (Unanimous, 2016-17) American Athletic Conference Preseason First Team (2016-17) American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year (Unanimous, 2015-16) American Athletic Conference Second Team (2015-16) American Athletic Conference Freshman Team (Unanimous, 2015-16) USBWA National Freshman of the Week (Jan. 21, 2016) 2018-2019 (SENIOR): Named to the preseason Ann Meyers Drysdale watchlist, Wade Award watchlist, Wooden Award watchlist and Citizen Naismith Trophy watchlist … Candidate for the Senior CLASS Award … Suffered season-ending injury of ACL and meniscus tear against Bethune-Cookman (Nov. 15) … Finished USF career sixth on the all-time scoring list (1,715), third on point average list (17.8), first on the free throw percentage list (.896) and second on the three-point field goal percentage list (.391) … Broke double-digits in all three appearances this season. 2017-18 (JUNIOR): WBCA All-America Honorable Mention... WBCA All-Region 3... all-conference first team... Ann Meyers Drysdale Finalist... preseason all-conference first team... started all 34 games, leading the Bulls in scoring with 21.1 points per game, ranking second in The American... led NCAA in Free Throw Percentage (96.5) and only missed four attempts the entire season... broke USF's junior single season scoring record with 717 points, which ranks second in USF's single season scoring record... only player in NCAA DI to record two 40-point performances and scored at least 30 points in five games and at least 20 points in 18 games... scored a career-high 41 points against No. 13 Ohio State (Feb. 11)... led the Bulls in scoring 20 times and netted double-figures in 32 of the Bulls' 34 contests... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds against LSU (Nov. 10)... set an NCAA single game record of 11-consecutive three-point field goals against Southern U (Dec. 15)... scored 1,000th point against LSU (Nov. 10) and became the second fastest player in program history to reach the milestone (63 games, 15.9 points per game). 2016-17 (SOPHOMORE): WBCA All-America Honorable Mention... WBCA All-Region 3... unanimous all-conference first team... Junkanoo Jam all-tournament team... preseason all-conference first team...started all 33 games, leading the Bulls in scoring 19.2 points per game, ranking third in The American... broke USF's sophomore single season scoring record with 634, which ranks fifth in USF's single season scoring record... recorded six 30-point performances and scored at least 20 points in 12 games... recorded her first career double-double against North Carolina (34 points | 10 rebounds)... dished out a career best four assists against FIU (Nov. 30)... made a career high eight three-pointers versus Georgia (Nov. 26)... shot 100% from behind the arc (6-for-6) at Tulsa (Feb. 25)... listed in the NCAA Starting 5 twice (Nov. 30 & Feb. 15). 2015-16 (FRESHMAN): Unanimous American Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year... American Athletic Conference Second Team... Turned in one of the best performances by a freshman at USF... second on the team in points scored (364), which ranks fourth in the freshman record books... tallied 74-three pointers, a new freshman record and ranks fourth all-time in a single season...played in 29 games, started 16, missed six games due to injury (ankle)...scored 38 pointes against SMU (1/7/16)... named USBWA National Freshman of the Week... 38 points was most scored ever by a freshman at USF and in The American... 38 points was the second most points scored in a game in the history of The American...averaged 27.5 minutes per game. "

  • Chennedy Carter

    "About Chennedy Named an All-American and First Team All-SEC in both her freshman and sophomore seasons Owns Texas A&M's top two single-season scoring averages at 23.3 in 2018-19 and 22.7 in 2017-18 Was the unanimous National Freshman of the Year in 2017-18, making her Texas A&M's first winner of a national postseason award Set the Texas A&M single-game record with 46 points at USC (Dec. 15, 2017), in addition to posting the fourth, fifth and sixth highest-scoring games in A&M history Averaged 31.0 points per game in her first six NCAA Tournament games, which ranks third all-time among players with five-or-more games in the Big Dance Ranked as the No. 6 player in the 2017 recruiting class by espnW HoopGurlz, the highest-ranked women’s basketball player to sign with Texas A&M out of high school Career Two-time All-American and two-time First Team All-SEC selection … Is the only player returning for 2019-20 that averages over 20.0 points for her career … In just two seasons, reached Texas A&M’s career top 10 in points (1492, 8th), 10+ point games (64, 10th), field goals made (536, 10th), field goals attempted (1,264, 7th), 3-pointers made (127, 7th), 3-pointers attempted (345, 9th), free throws made (293, 10th) and free throw percentage (75.3, 8th) NCAA Tournament Career Second player in history to lead the NCAA Tournament in scoring average in back-to-back seasons, joining Delaware's Elena Delle Donne … Averages 31.0 points per game in her NCAA Tournament career—which trails only Delle Donne (34.4) and Sheryl Swoopes (Texas Tech, 31.7) all-time among players with at least five career NCAA Tournament games … Scored 26+ points in all six of her career NCAA Tournament games … Has four of the five 30+ point NCAA Tournament games in Texas A&M history … Owns Texas A&M NCAA Tournament single-game records for points (37 vs. DePaul, 2018 Second Round) and steals (6 vs. Drake, 2018 First Round) plus ranks second in assists (11 vs. Drake, 2018 First Round) 2018-19 (Sophomore) Named Second-Team All-America by the USBWA, and received All-America honors from the AP and the WBCA … Set a Texas A&M single-season record with 23.3 points per game … Earned First Team All-SEC for the second consecutive season … Named SEC Player of the Week twice plus was named MVP of the Maui Jim Maui Classic and NCAA Chicago Regional All-Tournament … Led the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year, averaging 30.7 points in three games … Holds Texas A&M career records for points per game, 20+ point games, 30+ point games and 3-point field goal percentage … Became the quickest player in Texas A&M history, and the quickest in the SEC since 1985, to reach 1,000 career points, reaching the milestone in just 45 games … Scored at least 10 points in every game she played this season, and 39 straight, dating back to 2017-18 … Led the SEC in points per game, and ranked 11th with 3.4 assists per game … Additionally, entered A&M’s single-season top 10 in points (676, 3rd), 3-pointers made (58, 6th) and free throws made (142, 7th) … Led all active Division I players in 2018-19 with a 23.0 career scoring average … Hit a game-winning shot with 4.6 seconds to play at Auburn (Jan. 24) and had a game-clinching steal with 8.7 seconds left against Marquette in the NCAA Second Round (Mar. 24) 2017-18 (Freshman) Unanimous selection for National Freshman of the Year, Texas A&M’s first winner of a national award, earning the honor from espnW, USA Today Sports, the USBWA and the WBCA … Named AP and WBCA All-America, the first Texas A&M freshman to earn that distinction … Earned regular season honors with SEC Freshman of the Year, First Team All-SEC and SEC All-Freshman honors … Named to the NCAA Spokane Regional All-Tournament team and the All-SEC Tournament team … Awarded SEC Freshman of the Week four times, espnW Player of the Week once and USBWA Freshman of the Week once … Hit the game-winning 3-pointer with 3.2 seconds remaining to complete a 17-point comeback against DePaul in the NCAA Second Round (Mar. 18), setting a Texas A&M NCAA Tournament record with 37 points … Averaged 31.3 points in the NCAA Tournament, the fourth-most in tournament history … Set the Texas A&M single-game record with 46 points at USC (Dec. 15), hitting the game-winning shot with 10.9 seconds to play … Her 46 points at USC are the most for any Division I freshman since Elena Delle Donne had 54 in 2009-10 … Holds three of the top five single-game scoring marks in Texas A&M history with the record at USC, 37 points against DePaul ranking fourth and 36 points at South Carolina (Dec. 31) ranking fifth … Has 10 of the top 11 single-game scoring marks for a Texas A&M freshman, including all of the top six … Led Division I freshmen and ranked sixth among all players in scoring with 22.7 points, which is the fourth-most by a Division I freshman over the past 10 seasons … Among freshmen nationally, ranked second with 4.9 assists per game, seventh with a 79.1 free throw percentage, ninth with a 44.3 field goal percentage and 11th with 1.89 steals per game … Scored 816 points, which is the most in a single-season by a Texas A&M freshman and the second-most by any player … Her 69 3-pointers ranked second for a single-season at Texas A&M and her 151 free throws made ranked fifth 2017 Spain Tour Led the team with 17.0 points over two games ... Scored a game-high 24 points and collected eight rebounds against Combinado Valencia (Aug. 19) ... Scored 10 points against Club Olímpico (Aug. 18) International Career Has represented the United States three times, winning gold at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship, and silver at the 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup and 2019 Pan American Games ... Averages 13.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists over 17 games in her international career ... Set a USA Basketball U19 record with 31 points in the Gold Medal Game at the U19 World Cup, breaking the record held by A’ja Wilson ... Earned All-Tournament honors at the U19 World Cup after averaging 15.9 points "

  • Lashann Higgs

    "Lashann Higgs is very good scoring guard that can score the ball from every where" Not a shooting Guard" but explosive athlete. Quick in the open floor with the ball. Great body control, as her body form doesn’t break in the air. She Knows how to translate her athleticism into game situations and in half court settings. Quick off the ground. Fearless driver and challenges anyone of size at the rim. . • All-Big 12 [2018 Second Team] • Big 12 All-Defensive Team [2018] • USBWA National Player of the Week [Jan. 9, 2018] • Big 12 Player of the Week [Jan. 8, 2018] • Big 12 Freshman of the Week [Nov. 30, 2015] • Bridgeport All-Regional Team Member [March 30, 2016] • Big 12 Preseason Freshman of the Year [2015-16] • Preseason All-Big 12 [2018-19] • Academic All-Big 12 [2018 First Team, 2019 First Team] • Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll [Spring 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019] • High School All-American [consensus] [2015] CAREER NOTES / RECORD BOOK • Has played in 107 career games with 42 starts. • Ranks 42nd in school history in career points with 1,019. SENIOR [2018-19] • Played in four games with four starts, averaging 13.8 points per game and 2.0 steals per game in 20.0 minutes per game. • Suffered a season-ending injury in the Quinnipiac game [Nov. 23], tearing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in her left knee. JUNIOR [2017-18] • All-Big 12 Conference Second-Team selection and member of the Big 12 All-Defensive Team. • Started all 35 games of the season for the Longhorns, averaging 25.0 minutes per game. • Averaged 12.8 points per game, which ranked third on the team, 3.3 rebounds per game and was third on the squad with 1.4 steals per game. • Scored in double figures on 21 occasions, including four 20-plus point performances. • Ranked second on the team and eighth in the Big 12 Conference in field goal percentage at 53.5 percent [176-of-329]. • Went to the free-throw line more times than any other Longhorns in 2017-18, attempting 106 shots. Connected on 71.7 percent [76-of-106] from the charity stripe, which ranked fifth on the team. • Had two or more steals in 17 games on the year. • Registered a team-high 19 points on 9-of-12 shooting in 29 minutes against Arizona State [March 19] in the NCAA Second Round. • Totaled 15 points on 6-for-7 shooting with three assists and two steals in 23 minutes against Maine [March 17] in the NCAA First Round. • Scored a game-high 20 points to complement a season-high seven rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes of play against No. 2/3 Baylor in the championship game of the Big 12 Conference Tournament [March 5]. • Charted 19 points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals in 29 minutes at Texas Tech [Jan. 20]. • Played a career-high 35 minutes vs. No. 1/1 UConn [Jan. 15], scoring 13 points, bringing down six rebounds and dishing out four assists. • Named the USBWA National Player of the Week and the Big 12 Conference Player of the Week after leading Texas to a pair of comeback wins against Oklahoma State [Jan. 3] and Kansas State [Jan. 7]. During the two-game stretch, averaged 28.0 points per game, shot 74.1 percent [20-of-27] from the field, connected on 80 percent [4-of-5] of her shots from beyond the arc and made 92.3 percent [12-of-13] of her free throws. Also led the steals with 2.5 per game and added 2.0 assists per game and 2.5 rebounds per game in an average of 30.5 minutes per game. • Recorded a game-high 26 points on 9-for-12 shooting from the field, 3-of-3 shooting from beyond the arc and a 5-of-6 clip from the free-throw line against Kansas State [Jan. 7]. Tied her career high with three made three-point field goals and added four assists and three steals in 29 minutes of play. • Registered a career-high 30 points and helped Texas overcome a six-point deficit with 3:43 remaining to defeat No. 20/23 Oklahoma State [Jan. 3]. Became the first Longhorn to score 30 points since Chassidy Fussell had 31 against Tennessee on Dec. 16, 2012. Played 32 minutes, making a career-best 11-of-15 field goals and tying her career high with seven made free throws. Eighteen of her 30 points came in the second half. Accomplished the feat while handling the defensive assignment of guarding the Cowgirls' best perimeter player, graduate transfer Loryn Goodwin, who entered the game ranked 10th in the nation averaging 21.9 points per game. • Scored 25 points on 8-for-13 shooting with a pair of three-pointers and 7-of-8 efficiency from the free-throw line at Oklahoma [Dec. 28] in the Big 12 Conference opener. Added five rebounds, three steals and two assists in 28 minutes. • Notched 15 points and came up with four steals in 28 minutes in win against No. 12/10 Florida State [Dec. 17]. "

  • Nancy Mulkey

    "2018-19 NCAA leader in blocked shots per game (3.92 bpg) 2018-19 Earned U.S. Pan Am Team Trials Invite 2018-19 C-USA Defensive Player of the Year 2018-19 C-USA First Team All-Conference 2018-19 C-USA All-Defensive Team 2018-19 C-USA Tournament MVP ACADEMIC HONORS 2018-19 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll 2018-19 (RS Sophomore): Was invited to the 2019 U.S. Pan American Games Trials...instrumental in helping the Owls win both the C-USA regular season and tournament titles, garnering the C-USA Tournament MVP...earned the Conference USA Defensive Player of the Year...was selected to the C-USA First Team and All-Defensive Team...led all of NCAA Division I in blocked shots per game (3.92) and ranked seventh in the NCAA (1st in C-USA) in total blocked shots (94)...her 94 blocks was a Rice single-season record...anchor of a Rice defense that ranked sixth in the NCAA in scoring defense (52.9 ppg) and 10th in defensive field goal percentage (34.9)...broke the Rice and C-USA single-game blocks record with nine rejections at UAB (1/26)...C-USA Player of the Week (1/28)...was 29th in the country (3rd in C-USA) in field goal percentage (55.2%), the second-most efficient single-season in Rice history...eight or more blocks in four games...six games with 20 or more points, including a season-high 25 points on 12-of-14 shooting in a critical win at Marshall (2/9)...shot 50 percent from the field or better in 17 games...scored 14 points and posted five blocks in a win over SMU in her Rice debut (12/15)...grabbed a season-high 14 rebounds in a win vs. Old Dominion (2/2)...scored 24 points, blocked eight shots, and grabbed five rebounds in the Owls' C-USA Tournament Championship victory over Middle Tennessee (3/16). 2017-18 (Rice): Sat out due to transfer rules. 2016-17 (Freshman-Oklahoma): As a freshman at Oklahoma, Mulkey played in all 33 games, making 18 starts, and averaged 3.8 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game. She recorded the third-most blocks (62) by an OU freshman and tied for the seventh-most blocked shots in a single-season by a Sooner. Mulkey also led all Big 12 freshmen and ranked fifth in the Big 12 in blocks per game, while finishing with the second-most blocks by a freshman in Division I. High School: Mulkey, the nation’s tallest (6’9”) basketball player in the 2016 class, was considered one of the best centers in the nation coming out of Cypress Woods HS and rated the No. 1 post and No. 12 overall by ESPN HoopGurlz. Mulkey was named a preseason All-American by USA Today prior to her senior season, finishing with averages of 11.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 4.0 blocks per game as a senior and earned an invitation to the McDonald’s All-American game. She also competed in the Jordan Brands Classic. Mulkey averaged 10.3 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.7 blocks per game as a junior to earn all-state honors, leading Cypress Woods to its first state championship in program history. While at Cypress Woods, Mulkey played alongside current Owls Erica and Olivia Ogwumike. Mulkey won two gold medals with USA Basketball, helping Team USA to first-place finishes at the 2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championships and the 2014 FIBA U17 World Championships. "

  • Aliyah Jeune

    "Aliyah Jeune is solid and athletic 2-guard who can do it all on the floor. She can Scores from all 3 levels, has a lot of bounce, great length and plays both ends of the floor. She’s a lethal shooter who can light it up from downtown and score in the mid-range. She has great size on the wing and an advanced feel for the game. 2016-17 (18.2 ppg/3.2 rpg/1.7 apg): Appeared in all 30 games with 22 starts ... Averaged 18.2 points per game ... Led RU in scoring five times ... Registered 11 double figure scoring games including a career-high 19 points at Iowa (Feb. 2) ... Connected on a career-high eight field goals in the win over in-state rival Seton Hall (Dec. 13) and at Iowa (Feb. 2) ... Hit four shots from beyond the arc in contests with Virginia (Nov. 20) and Northwestern (Jan. 29) ... Shot 40 percent or better from long distance in eight games including a 4-of-8 performance against the Cavaliers ... Collected a career-high seven boards in the season opener with Chattanooga (Nov. 11) ... Grabbed five or more rebounds on eight occasions ... Dished the ball out a career-high seven times against Bryant (Nov. 27) ... Recorded three or more assists in nine games ... Averaged 1.6 steals per game ... Seven games with three or more steals ... Captured a career-high six steals in the overtime contest with James Madison (Dec. 5) ... 2015-16 (1.4 ppg/0.7 rpg): Appeared in 21 games in her first season at Rutgers ... Made her Scarlet Knight debut at Saint Joseph's (Nov. 13) hauling in a season-high six rebounds ... Missed the next nine contests due to a high ankle sprain ... Had her first double figure scoring game with 10 points at Minnesota (Feb. 4) ... Went 4-of-6 from the field, including 2-of-6 from three-point range, against the Golden Gophers ... Also played a season-high 20 minutes at Minnesota (Feb. 4). Prior to Rutgers/Personal: Three-time First Team All-New Jersey and all-star selection ... Averaged 18.1 points per game all 4 years in high school... Life Center Academy finished with a 28-6 mark during her junior campaign and a 31-2 record and the prep championship as a sophomore ... Led Burlington county in three-point field goals made (109) ... Scored her 1,000th career point as a junior on the same night as her sister Ashli Jeune... Ranked as the No. 37 prospect by Blue Star ... Listed at the No. 14 wing player in the class of 2015 by Prospect Nation ... She will have her Master degree entering the 2020 WNBA draft. "

  • Aislinn Konig

    "Junior (2018-19): ACC Academic Honor Roll ... All-ACC Academic Team ... Averaged 36.0 minutes (2nd in ACC), 10.7 points, 3.8 assists, and 2.5 rebounds per game ... Hit 93 three-pointers to set a new single-season program record ... Started all 34 games of her junior season ... Shot 132-of-324 (.407) from the field and 93-of-232 (.401) from three-point range ... Finished with an assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.78 ... Scored 10+ points on 19 occasions and 20+ points once ... Scored a season-high 20 points in an overtime win over Virginia Tech on Jan. 20 ... Hit five three-pointers in two games, a Nov. 11 win over Kent State and the OT win over Virginia Tech ... Grabbed a career high nine rebounds in the season-opening win over Belmont on Nov. 7 ... Temporarily held the longest active streak in NCAA D1 basketball of making at least one three-pointer in 51 consecutive games before it came to an end on Jan. 24 in a win over Clemson. Sophomore (2017-18): Averaged 34.2 minutes, 10.3 points, 3.1 assists, and 2.4 rebounds per game during her sophomore season … Played all 35 games, starting 33 … Hit 91 three-pointers to become the single-season leader in program history … Set a new single-season record in three-pointers attempted (267) … Shot 91-267 (.341) from distance … Made at least one three-pointer during the final 33 consecutive games of the season … Scored 10+ points in a game on 20 occasions … Led or tied for the team lead in scoring on seven occasions … Led or tied for the team lead in assists on 12 occasions … Played the full 40 minutes of a game on eight occasions throughout the season … Collected a career-high six rebounds in a Jan. 18 win at UNC … Tied a career high with six made three-pointers in a Feb. 18 win over Wake Forest … Scored 20 points in wins at Wake Forest (Jan. 25) and at home against Wake Forest (Feb. 18). Freshman (2016-17): ACC Honor Roll ... Played in 19 games, averaging 17.1 minutes, 7.1 points, 1.5 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per contest … Missed two months of the season after suffering a foot injury before NC State’s Jan. 8 win at Wake Forest … Named ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 19 after scoring 40 points on 10-14 three-point shooting in games against NC Central and Tulane … Made her career debut in NC State’s season-opening win over Wofford on Nov. 12, scoring 13 points on 5-9 shooting … Shot .413 (52-126) from the field throughout the season … Operated at a .357 (30-84) success rate from distance … Hit at least one 3FG in 13 of her 19 appearances … Scored a career-high 26 points in a Dec. 14 win over NC Central … Hit a career-high six 3FGs in the win over NC Central … Scored in double figures on four occasions … Dished out a career-high four assists at Tulane on Dec. 17 … Finished with an assist turnover ratio of 23-18 (1.27) … Hit two 3Gs and scored nine points in NC State’s win at No. 6/7 Florida State on Jan. 2. May 16, 2016: Langley's Ace Takes Her Place among All-Time Best Prior to NC State: Five-star rated and given a scouts grade of 97, Aislinn "Ace" Konig was the No. 38 overall prospect and No. 9 guard in the class of 2016 … Named the British Columbia Player of the Year in 2015 and 2016 … Led the Brookswood Bobcats to three straight Provincial AAA titles in 2014, 2015, and 2016 …. Earned league MVP honors during all three seasons … Recorded 35 points, 11 rebounds, and seven assists during the 2016 championship game … Scored a game-high 26 points in the 2015 championship game … Once scored 56 points in a single game (14 3FGs made and 32 points scored in the first quarter) … Invited to the adidas 3stripe All-American Camp in the summer of 2015 … Invited to train with the Canadian National Team in December 2015. "

  • Stephanie Watts

    "SOPHOMORE SEASON 2016-17 Set an ACC single-game record when she knocked down 10 three-pointers against Charleston Southern • Scored a career-high 39 points that evening against the Lady Bucs, the fifth most points ever scored in a game by a Tar Heel player • Her 81 three-pointers is the sixth most in a single season at UNC • Named ACC Player of the Week on Nov. 28 after her record setting performance against CSU • Averaged 16.8 points, 7.9 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game • ACC ranks: 2nd in 3FG made per game (3.1), 4th in 3FG made (81), 5th in defensive rebounds (5.5), 6th in 10-rebound games (11), 6th in scoring (16.8), 6th in rebounding (7.9), 8th in minutes played (34.2), 9th in blocked shots (1.2), 9th in steals (2.0) • NCAA ranks: 12th in 3FG made per game (31) and 27th in 3FG attempts (249) • Registered nine double-doubles • Had 28 points and 11 rebounds against Alabama A&M • Went for 25 points against Wake Forest • Missed the final five games due to injury. FRESHMAN SEASON 2015-16 2016 ACC Freshman of the Year • Named second team All-ACC • ACC All-Freshman Team member • Voted ACC Rookie of the Week four times (12/21, 1/4, 2/15, 2/22) • Named to ACC Newcomer Watch List in the preseason • Averaged 14.7 points, 7.2 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.4 steals and 1.4 blocks per game • Started 29 of 32 games • Set a UNC freshman record with 76 made three-pointers • Ranked 13th in the NCAA in three-pointers attempted (260) • ACC Ranks: 5th in double-doubles (7), 10th in scoring (14.7 ppg), 11th in rebounding (7.2), 4th in three-pointers made (2.4), 7th in blocked shots (1.4) and 7th in minutes played (33.9) • Scored in double figures on 25 occasions, including six games with 20 or more points • Registered a career-high 30 points and 13 rebounds against NC State • Had six blocks against USC Upstate • Made a three-pointer at the buzzer to lift UNC over Maine "

  • Stephanie Watts

    "PREP/PERSONAL Ranked No. 14 by All Star Girls Report and 24th by ESPN in her class • Five-star prospect • Earned both Naismith and McDonald’s All-America honors as a senior at Weddington High School • Competed in both the McDonald’s All-America game and the Jordan Brand Classic • Scored 19 points in the McDonald’s game • Finished with four-year totals of 2,566 points, 1,077 rebounds, 539 assists, 537 steals and 276 blocks in 111 games • Selected 2015 North Carolina Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior • Averaged 29.1 points, 8.8 rebounds, 6.1 assists, 4.7 steals and 2.4 blocks per game in senior season • Four-time Union County and Southern Carolina Conference Player of the Year • Owns three of the four recorded quadruple-doubles in North Carolina girls’ basketball history • Set North Carolina high school single-season record with 156 three-pointers as a senior, and finished career with 374 made three-pointers, second most in state history • Set a Union County record as a sophomore by scoring 50 points against Cuthbertson on Nov. 30, 2012 • Majoring in public policy "

  • Tyasha Harris

    "Junior Year (2018-19) Earned a spot on the All-SEC Second Team from both league coaches and the AP for the second-consecutive season Ranked third in the SEC and 30th in the nation in assists per game (5.3), eighth in nation in assist/turnover ratio (3.2) During SEC play – 6.2 apg (2nd) and 3.3 assist-to-turnover ratio (T-2nd) Moved into fourth place in program history in career assists as part of her six against #1/1 Baylor (Mar. 30) in the NCAA Sweet 16 Posted three 20-point games among her team-high 17 double-digit scoring outings, including eight of the last nine games Dished out five or more assists 21 times in her 33 games played Called her own number in the final minute against #25/22 Florida State (Mar. 24) and sank an and-one with 27.2 seconds left to lift the Gamecocks to the Sweet 16 Helped open up the NCAA first-round game against Belmont (Mar. 22) in the third quarter, serving up an alley-oop pass to begin the second half and hitting a late 3 ... notched her 500th career assists in the period as well Took over in third quarter of SEC Tournament quarterfinal against Arkansas (Mar. 8) scoring on three straight possessions and hitting a three at the buzzer to give Carolina the 74-73 lead heading into the final 10 minutes ... hit a pair of free throws and turned her steal into a layup to make it a four-point game with :31 to play Scored 11 of her team-high 20 points against #5/5 Mississippi State (Mar. 3) in the second half, including layup off a steal to make it a two-point game with 42 seconds left as part of seven-point fourth quarter Hit eight clutch free throws in the fourth quarter at Auburn (Feb. 28) to go with 10 assists, marking her second-straight double-double All-around impact at Tennessee (Feb. 24) – career-high14 assists, team-high tying seven rebounds, four steals and scoring 11 points ... posted her second double-double in three games Dished out six of her 10 assists in the second quarter to take back the lead at Florida (Feb. 17) to secure her first double-double of the season Played all 20 minutes of the first half at #4/5 UConn (Feb. 11), scoring all 11 of her points in the opening half Registered nine assists against Ole Miss (Feb. 7), including five in the third quarter, while committing zero turnovers in 23 minutes Scored 10 of her 15 points at Arkansas (Feb. 3) in the fourth quarter, including five straight to give Carolina its first lead of the game Hit her second 3 of the game to end a 6:00 second-quarter scoring drought against Vanderbilt (Jan. 28) Scored 12 of her 16 points during the third quarter against #25/- Missouri (Jan. 21), including back-to-back threes and scoring the final four points for Carolina to build a 64-49 lead Scored or assisted on 18 of the first 22 Gamecock points against Florida (Jan. 10) Hit a clutch bucket with 1:36 to go at #21/21 Texas A&M (Jan. 3) to end three-minute scoring drought and give Gamecocks three-point lead Sank a career-high eight free throws at Purdue (Dec. 16), including five in the two overtime periods to help seal the victory, adding seven assists for the second-straight game Scored six of Gamecocks’ last 10 points to close out Dayton (Nov. 28) and cap her season-best 24-point outing Netted seven of her 18 points against Drake (Nov. 24) early in the fourth quarter to keep Gamecocks close Sophomore Year (2017-18) Earned a spot on the All-SEC Second Team from both the league’s coaches and the Associated Press, leading the conference in assists per game and ranking second in assist-to-turnover ratio both overall and in league play Picked up WBCA All-Region honors after ranking among the nation's top 35 in assists per game (21st, 6.1) and assist-to-turnover ratio (33rd, 2.4) to go along with her 10.4 points per game Earned a spot on SEC Tournament All-Tournament team with 9.0 points and 6.3 assists per game at the event Selected to be a team captain Led team in assists in 31 of 36 games on the season, including every SEC game, and set the school record for single-season assists (220) and minutes played (1,208) Posted six double-doubles, the most points-assists double-doubles in a season in Gamecock history, while ranking as one of just three Gamecocks in the SEC era to record multiple such double-doubles All three of her 20-point games came against ranked opponents – 20 at #15/13 Maryland (Nov. 13), 28 vs. #6/6 Tennessee (Jan. 14), 20 at #20/19 Georgia (Feb. 15) Opened SEC play with seven straight double-figure scoring games and finished league play with three double-doubles to average 6.5 assists and 11.0 points Turned into a timely scorer in the second and fourth quarters of the SEC Tournament title game against #2/2 Mississippi State (Mar. 4), netting all 14 of her points in those two periods, including eight fourth-quarter points on 4-of-4 shooting to stave off a Bulldog comeback Scored 10 of her 20 points at #20/19 Georgia (Feb. 15) in the third quarter as Gamecocks turned two-point halftime lead into an 11-point advantage After opening the game shooting 2-of-11, hit 5-of-7 from the field in the fourth quarter against Florida (Feb. 11), including a pair of 3s and a layup after the Gators had closed within five with 6:59 to play Dished out career-high 13 assists at Kentucky (Jan. 21) for her sixth double-double of the season Posted back-to-back double-doubles at #15/15 Missouri (Jan. 7) and vs. Auburn (Jan. 11), adding six rebounds and four steals against Auburn Notched her first career double-double against Western Carolina (Nov. 30) and went on to add two more over the next four games Narrowly missed her first career double-double with nine assists and 20 points at #15/13 Maryland (Nov. 13), including the team’s final six points after the Terps had closed within three with 38 seconds to play Freshman Year (2016-17) Named to the SEC All-Freshman Team Started 27 games, moving into the full-time role at the start of SEC play Dished a team-high 3.2 assists per game to rank 14th in the SEC and was the league’s top freshman with a 2.0 assist-to-turnover ratio … assist average rose to 3.8 in SEC play, ninth-best in the league, with the fourth-best assist-to-turnover ratio in league play (2.4) Turned in 11 games of five or more assists, committing more than two turnovers just seven times in 37 games with 10 turnover-free games, including six in which she played at least 25 minutes, including at #1/1 UConn and in the NCAA semifinal against #6/6 Stanford Hit 3-of-4 free throws in the final 30 seconds of the NCAA semifinal against #6/6 Stanford (Apr. 2) to stretch a five-point lead to the victory Shined on both ends of the floor in the NCAA Elite Eight against #10/13 Florida State (Mar. 27) after notching 16 points and three steals ... grabbed a career-best six rebounds, including a crucial offensive board that led to a layup that pushed Carolina’s lead to five with 1:42 to play ... sealed the victory after intercepting an in-bounds pass and converting a pair of free throws to make it a seven-point advantage with eight seconds remaining Enjoyed a productive offensive showing against #22/- Kentucky (Feb. 26) with a career-high eight assists to go with 13 points pened scoring at #25/- Kentucky (Feb. 2) with a 3-pointer and dished out three of her five assists during 22-4 run to close the second quarter Gave Gamecocks first lead over #4/4 Mississippi State (Jan. 23) with clutch third-quarter 3 as part of 13-2 run that overcame seven-point halftime deficit Impacted the game on both ends of the floor against Georgia (Jan. 12) with career highs in points (11) and steals (4) ... connected on three 3s, including one from the right corner that answered a Georgia 3-pointer and sparked a pivotal 7-1 Gamecock run in the fourth quarter Impressed against Minnesota (Dec. 11) in first career start with nine points and three 3-pointers, including the first basket of the game that sparked a 15-0 run Played a great all-around game against #14/15 Texas (Dec. 1) in a career-high 30 minutes of action, notching three steals and reaching double figures (10) for the first time ... netted four-straight points late in the fourth quarter to put the game out of the Longhorns’ reach "

  • Tyasha Harris

    "Harris' Career Game-by-Game Stats (PDF) Awards Junior Year (2018-19) All-SEC Second Team (Coaches, AP) WBCA All-America Honorable Mention WBCA All-Region Nancy Lieberman Award finalist Sophomore Year (2017-18) All-SEC Second Team (Coaches, AP) WBCA All-America Honorable Mention WBCA All-Region SEC All-Tournament Team Freshman Year (2016-17) SEC All-Freshman Team SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll High School Naismith All-America Third Team (2016) USA Today All-America Third Team (2016) International 2019 Pan Am Games, silver medal 2017 FIBA U19 World Championship, silver medal 2016 FIBA U18 Americas Championship, gold medal In the Record Books Career 4th – Assists in a career (513) 8th – Consecutive games started (49, 12/21/17 – 2/14/19) 1st – Assists in an SEC career (263) Most assists in career NCAA Tournament games (52) Most assists in career SEC Tournament games (37) Season 1st – Assists in a season (220 in 2017-18) 1st – Minutes played in a season (1,208 in 2017-18) 1st – Games played in a season (37 in 2016-17) 5th – Assist average in a season (6.1 in 2017-18) 10th – Assist average in a season (5.3 in 2018-19) 6th – Assists in a season (176 in 2018-19) 9th – Steals in a season (79 in 2017-18) 1st – Assists in an SEC season (104 in 2017-18) 2nd – Assists in an SEC season (99 in 2018-19) 1st – Assist average in an SEC season (6.5 in 2017-18) 3rd – Assist average in an SEC season (6.2 in 2018-19) 5th – Minutes played in an SEC season (539 in 2017-18) 9th – Games started in a season (35 in 2017-18) Most games played by a freshman (37 in 2016-17) Most assists by a sophomore (220 in 2017-18) Most games started by a sophomore (35 in 2017-18) Most minutes played by a sophomore (1,208 in 2017-18) Best free throw percentage by a junior (.854 (76-89) in 2018-19) Most assists in a single SEC Tournament (19 in 2018) Game 2nd – Assists in a game (14 at Tennessee, 2/24/19) 8th – Assists in a game (13 at Kentucky, 2/21/18) 1st – Assists in an SEC game (14 at Tennessee, 2/24/19) 3rd – Assists in an SEC game (13 at Kentucky, 2/21/18) Most assists in an NCAA Tournament game (9 vs. Buffalo, 3/24/18) "

  • Lauren Cox

    "INTANGIBLES Enters her senior year eight blocks shy (242) of taking the No. 2 spot on BU’s all-time career list ... Won four gold medals competing with USA Basketball, winning the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Valdivia, Chile, 2015 U19 World Championship (Chekhov, Russia), 2014 U17 World Championship (Pilsen, Czech Republic), and 2013 FIBA Americas U16 Championship (Cancun, Mexico)... Led Team USA in both scoring and rebounding with 13.0 points and 10.3 rebounds per game to earn MVP honors at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship... Also averaged 3.5 blocks per game, and shot 64 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the free throw line in the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship. 2018-19 [JUNIOR] Earned three separate all-America recognitions after playing and starting in all 38 games on the way to a national championship … Named Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year, First-Team All-Big 12 and All-Big 12 Defensive Team … Averaged 13.0 points, 8.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 2.6 blocks and collected a 2.54:1 assists-to-turnover ratio … Her 2.6 blocks per game ranked 17th in the nation and first in the Big 12 … She ranked 22nd in the nation and second in the Big 12 in assists-to-turnover ratio … Ranked first in the Big 12 in total rebounds (317) and sixth in the league in rebounds per game (8.3) … Her 97 blocked shots ranked sixth nationally and first in the Big 12 … Passed teammate Kalani Brown for second all-time on the career blocks list at Baylor and enters her senior season with 242 … Recorded 10 double-doubles including three-straight in the Sweet 16, Elite 8 and the Final Four semifinals, respectively … Had 12 games with double-digit boards and 28 games in double-figure scoring … Put up a season-high 28 points vs. South Dakota State, Nov. 23 at the South Pointe Shootout in Las Vegas, Nev., and her season-high in Big 12 play equaled 22 points twice vs. Iowa State (Jan. 23) and at West Virginia (March 4) … Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds at home vs. Kansas State (March 10) … Had five games with five or more blocks, including a season-high seven vs. Oklahoma (Feb. 16) … Was two assists shy of a triple-double vs. Kansas State (March 10) when she had 18 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists … Named the NCAA Greensboro Regional’s Most Outstanding Player for averaging 19.5 points, 12.5 rebounds, 3.5 blocks and 5.5 assists in wins over South Carolina (March 30) and Iowa (April 1) to lead Baylor to its fourth NCAA Final Four … Named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team after averaging 14.5 points, 9.5 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3.0 blocks, leading Baylor to a 2019 NCAA Championship … Named a “Champion For Life” by the Big 12 Conference and recognized in May for her contributions on and off the floor, particularly with Lauren’s Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis and her mentorship of young aspiring athletes with the disease … Earned Academic All-Big 12 First Team honors, named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the Fall and Spring, and was a member of the Baylor Dean’s List both semesters. 2017-18 [SOPHOMORE] Started all 34 games she appeared in, missing the UCLA trip due to ketoacidosis... Recipient of Baylor’s Defensive Award and Academic Award... Led Baylor and the Big 12 in blocked shots (92) and ranked 14th nationally in the category... Averaged 15.3 points, 9.7 rebounds, 2.7 blocks, 2.9 assists and 1.1 steals per game... Finished the season ranked third in the Big 12 in rebounding (9.7) and defensive rebounds per game (6.8), fourth in offensive rebounds per game (2.9) and ninth in scoring (15.3)... Recorded three of the top four single-game blocked shot totals among Big 12 players with a career-high nine at Iowa State (Jan. 17), seven vs. Missouri State (Nov. 23) and seven vs. No. 6/6 Texas (Jan. 25)... Posted a career-high 30 points in the first round of the NCAA Tournament vs. Grambling State (March 16)... Scored 20 points or more seven times and was in double figures in 30 of 34 games played... Closed the season with double-digit scoring in the final 10 contests... Had 15 double-doubles on the season and had four straight, her longest streak of the year, in the postseason with 19 points and 11 boards in the B12 Touranment semifinals (vs. TCU, March 14), had 13 points and 12 boards vs. Texas in the B12 Tournament title game (March 5), added 17 rebounds to go with her career-high 30 points vs. Grambling State in the NCAA Tournament opener in Waco (March 16), and she collected 18 points and 14 rebounds in a NCAA Tournament Second-Round win over Michigan (March 18)... Grabbed double-digit rebounds 16 times achieving a career-high 19 vs. Kansas State in Waco (Jan. 20)... Strung together six-straight games with double-digit boards, all vs. Big 12 competition (at KU, 10, 1/6; at OU, 10, 1/14; at ISU, 15, 1/17; vs. KSU, 19, 1/20; vs. Texas, 10, 1/25; at WVU, 14, 1/28)... Had just three games without a block, 14 games with three or more and five games with at least five... At Iowa State Jan. 17, posted a career-high nine blocks leaving her one shy of a triple double (21p, 12r)... Tied a career-high with six assists vs. Stanford (Dec. 3)... Stretched defenses with 14 3-point field goals on the season, including a season-high 4-for-7 effort vs. West Viriginia (Feb. 26) and hit at least one in five-straight games from Feb. 19-Mar. 4 ... Stellar postseason play averaging 14.0 points and 10.0 boards in the Big 12 Tournament and 21.0 points and 13.3 rebounds in three NCAA Tournament games. 2016-17 [FRESHMAN] Big 12 Sixth Man Award recipient... Big 12 All-Freshman Team unanimous selection after earning four Big 12 Freshman of the Week honors... Selected Preseason Big 12 Freshman of the Year... Named to the Academic All-Big 12 Rookie Team, Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (Fall 2016, Spring 2017) and Dean’s List (Fall 2016, Spring 2017)... Fourth-best freshman shot blocker in program history... Received Baylor’s Academic Award... Ranked ninth in the Big 12 in three-point field goal percentage (.412) and 10th in blocked shots (1.4)... Appeared in all 37 games with one start, averaging 7.6 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1.4 blocks and 1.2 assists per game... Debuted with eight points, six rebounds, three blocks and three assists in 15 minutes in the season-opener vs. Houston Baptist (Nov. 11) ... Compiled nine points and four rebounds in 15 minutes vs. Mississippi Valley State (Nov. 20)... Registered her first 20-point performance with 21 in 15 minutes vs. Southeastern Louisiana (Nov. 22), finishing one rebound shy of a double-double with nine... Contributed 15 points and four rebounds in 14 minutes vs. Kent State (Nov. 25) at the Gulf Coast Showcase opener... Recorded 11 points, five rebounds and three blocks in 18 minutes vs. Texas State (Dec. 6)... Earned her first career start and played 19 minutes vs. Winthrop, logging a season-high 23 points, eight rebounds, four blocks and a season-high two steals... In nine minutes vs. Kansas State (Dec. 29), registered 12 points and four rebounds... Logged nine points, five rebounds and three assists in 17 minutes at No. 17/16 West Virginia (Jan. 4)... Finished just shy of a double-double with 13 points and nine rebounds in 19 minutes at Oklahoma State (Jan. 7), while also adding three stuffs... Netted 19 points (8-9 FG) with four blocks in 22 minutes vs. TCU (Jan. 11)... Posted another near double-double with 13 points and nine boards in 16 minutes at Kansas (Jan. 15)... Compiled 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks in 15 minutes vs. Iowa State (Feb. 1)... Secured her first career double-double with 19 points and 10 boards at No. 25/rv Kansas State (Jan. 25) in 18 minutes... Set season-highs with six assists and five blocks in 20 minutes vs. No. 20/20 Oklahoma (Jan. 29), while adding five points and five boards... Registered six key points and five boards off the bench to secure Baylor’s come-from-behind win at No. 6/8 Texas (Feb. 20)... Compiled 13 points, seven points and two blocks in 13 minutes vs. Texas Tech (Feb. 25)... Tallied 17 points, five rebounds and four assists in 19 minutes vs. Texas Southern (March 18) in the NCAA Tournament First Round... Registered seven points, five rebounds and a season-high-matching two steals in 22 minutes vs. California (March 20) in the NCAA Tournament Second Round HIGH SCHOOL The nation’s No. 1-ranked player overall and at her position by ESPN HoopGurlz and All Star Girls Report (ASGR)... Also rated No. 2 overall and No. 1 at her position by Prospects Nation... 2016 WBCA High School Player of the Year... Naismith High School Player of the Year finalist and McDonald’s All-American Games Morgan Wootten Player of the Year finalist in 2016... Named Gatorade State Player of the Year in consecutive seasons (2016, 2015)... USA Today Texas Player of the Year and USA Today All-Texas first team in back-to-back seasons (2016, 2015)... Named to the Naismith All-America first team in 2016 and Naismith All-American third team in 2015... McDonald’s All-American and Jordan Brand Classic All-American selection in 2016... Twice-named District Offensive Player of the Year (2014, 2015)... Garnered District MVP honors in 2016... Two-time TABC All-State selection (2016, 2015)... 2013 District 5-5A Newcomer of the Year in both basketball and volleyball... Started 29 of 30 games of her senior season, averaging 21.8 points, 12.7 rebounds, 3.4 blocks, 2.2 assists, and 1.0 steals per game... Led the Jaguars to a 23-7 record and the playoffs as a senior... Guided Flower Mound High School to four-straight Bi-District Championships (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016) and state semifinals in 2015. "

  • Japreece Dean

    "2018-19: Played in 35 games, making 34 starts … Finished third on the team in scoring (14.1 PPG) and led the Bruins in assists (4.9 APG) … Set UCLA’s single-season record for free throw percentage, going 107-for-116 for 92.2 percent, topping Anne Dean’s previous mark of 91.9 percent (68-for-74) set in 1984-85 … Made 93 of her last 96 free throws of the season, good for 96.9 percent … Set UCLA’s school record for consecutive free throw makes at 40, achieved during a stretch of 17 games between Nov. 24 (South Florida) and Feb. 8 (Colorado) … Went 12-for-12 from the charity stripe vs. Fresno State (Dec. 7) en route to scoring 23 points to go along with 10 rebounds for her first-career double-double … Made all 10 of her free throws and scored 24 points in a 100-90 win at No. 17 Utah (Feb. 10) … Posted 11 points and 10 assists vs. Utah (March 1) … Scored in double figures in 25 games, eclipsing the 20-point mark eight times … Scored a career-high 28 points in an 80-74 win over California (Feb. 17) … Made a career-high 10 field goals at No. 6 Stanford, shooting 10-for-17 on the way to 22 points (Jan. 6) … Made 57 3-pointers on the year, which ranks seventh in UCLA single-season history … Tied a career-high with five 3-pointers vs. No. 6 Oregon in the semifinals of the Pac-12 Tournament (March 9) … Led UCLA with 24 points in a 73-69 victory over No. 20 Arizona State in the quarterfinals of the Pac-12 Tournament (March 8) … Mustered a 22-point, 5-rebound and 5-assist effort at No. 9 Maryland in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (March 25) … Led UCLA in assists in 26 games … Dished out five or more dimes in 19 games. PAC-12 STATISTICAL RANKS: 1st – Free Throw Percentage (92.2) … 3rd – Assists (171) … 7th – Assists Per Game (4.9) … 11th – Assist-to-Turnover Ratio (1.7) … 8th – Field Goal Attempts (459) … 16th – Points (494) … 11th – Free Throws Made (107) … 9th – Minutes Per Game (34.4). NATIONAL STATISTICAL RANKS: 5th – Free Throw Percentage (92.2) … 29th – Assists (171). UCLA STATISTICAL RANKS: All-Time Single-Season Charts: 1st – Free Throw Percentage (92.2, 2018-19) … 7th – Three-Point Field Goals Made (57, 2018-19) … 10th – Three-Point Field Goals Attempted (162, 2018-19). HONORS: Named to the Pac-12 All-Tournament Team. 2017-18: Japreece Dean played in 26-of-35 games, making one start, missing the first nine games of the year due to NCAA transfer rules … scored at least one point in 23-of-26 games she played and in double figures in 7-of-26 … saw her first action as a Bruin in a win at Seton Hall on Dec. 17 … got her only start of the year in the 82-46 blowout win at No. 20 California (Dec. 31), finishing with five points and six assists (zero turnovers) in 22 minutes of action … tallied at least one assist in 25-of-26 games and multiple assists in 17 games … scored a season-high 21 points on a personal-best 5-for-7 from beyond the arc and added three rebounds and two assists in a blowout win at Colorado (Jan. 14) … equaled her personal best with five made three-pointers (on nine attempts), finishing with 17 points, three steals and two assists in a win at Washington (Jan. 26) … was fourth on the team in scoring last year (7.7 ppg) and third in assists (60, 2.3 apg) and three-point field goals made (46-for-131, .351) … made at least one three-pointer in 19-of-26 games she played and hit multiple treys in a game 12 times … was one of four Bruins to average double figures in the NCAA Tournament, finishing fourth at 11.8 points per game … led the team in NCAA action in every three-point shooting category(11-for-21, .524) … scored 16 points (4-for-7 from downtown) in the Second Round win over Creighton (Mar. 19) and tallied 16 points (4-for-9 from 3-point range) in the Elite Eight loss to #1 Mississippi State (Mar. 25). PAC-12 STATISTICAL RANKS: Pac-12 Games: 10th - 3-Point Field Goals Made Per Game (1.8). 2016-17 (TEXAS TECH): Japreece Dean started the first two games of the season at Texas Tech before transferring to UCLA … scored nine points and added three assists, three steals and a rebound in the season-opening win over North Dakota (Nov. 13) … also recorded four assists, three points, three rebounds and one steal in a loss to Texas A&M (Nov. 17). 2015-16 (TEXAS TECH): Led all Big 12 freshmen in points per game, free throw percentage, assists and assist to turnover ratio … named Big 12 Freshman of the Week six times, the first Lady Raider in Big 12 history to do so … only three players in history won the award more … ranked second on the team in scoring (12.5 ppg) and led the team in assists (3.3 apg) … poured in what was a career-high 17 points, including hitting 9-of-13 free throws against SE Louisiana … scored 11 of her 13 points in the fourth quarter against Idaho State, including a couple big buckets down the stretch … set a new career-high 23 points against Idaho, hitting four threes, when she had yet to hit a three all season … poured in 20 points for the second time in four games against Grambling, to go along with five rebounds and four assists … dropped 22 points against TCU, her third 20-point game of the season before scoring 21 points at Texas … had 13 points and four assists against Oklahoma State … scored 12 points at TCU to go with five assists and a career-high seven rebounds … dropped 10 points and six assists compared to just one turnover against Iowa State … had 13 points against Oklahoma, the 10th time in 12 games she reached double figures … followed that with 17 points at Baylor, going 6-for-6 from the free-throw line and a career-high three steals … marked the 7th time she hit double figures in Big 12 play … struck for 21 points and a career-high eight boards against Kansas, going 11-for-12 from the charity stripe, which was a career-high as well as a Texas Tech season high for makes … had 16 points vs. West Virginia, marking her third straight game with at least 16 points, and her ninth conference game with at least 10 points … made that 10 Big 12 games in double figures by scoring 11 at Oklahoma State, hitting 2-of-5 from beyond the arc … scored 17 points and added five assists, as well as a perect 7-for-7 from the foul line at Kansas … dropped in 14 points, four rebounds and three steals vs. Oklahoma … had a breakout performance at the Big 12 Championship scoring 45 points over two games, 28 of which came in a first-round victory over Iowa State, a career-high … also had five rebounds and five assists in that game against the Cyclones … put up 17 points in Tech’s quarterfinal loss to No. 4 Baylor. HONORS: Named to the Big-12 All-Freshman Team. "

  • Stephanie Watts

    "The outstanding shooting guard Stephanie Watts is recovering from surgery to repair a joint condition in her right knee and will miss the entire 2019-20 season; but she will return to ( USC ) University Of Southern California for 2020-21. USC head coach Mark Trakh believes Watts will be much better, stronger and faster next year and will most definitely be a pro player in the WNBA league & will play overseas for sure. "

  • Aliyah Jeune

    "Atlanta Dream. ............................................................ The Dream are remaking themselves after a difficult 2019 in which they finished last in the WNBA and scored the fewest points. Longtime face of the franchise Angel McCoughtry is gone, having signed with Las Vegas. They traded for scoring guard Courtney Williams, but adding in a shooting scoring guard like Aliyah Jeune & the caliber Point Guard Chennedy Carter would be a big boost for them immediately. Aliyah jeune’s a lethal shooter who can light it up from way downtown and score in the mid-range too. The 6-1 quick shooting guard should be drafted between 25-30. She does everything well for the for USC, averaging 13.7 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.8 assists. She is a great defender, superb thinker and hard worker. She has several standout skill that should secure her a WNBA roster spot. Many Teams might be willing to give her a chance on the 3rd round to answer these questions. "

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