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  • August 21, 1998


  • 6' 2"


  • 2020




Sophomore Year (2017-18)
SEC All-Tournament Team
In the Record Books
5th – Blocked shots in a career (152)
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)
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)


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