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  • March 26, 1997


  • 5' 11"



    • Team Co-Captain
    • 2019 WBCA NCAA Division I Coaches' All-America region finalist
    • 2019 All-Big 12 First Team
    • Big 12 All-Preseason Team
    • 2019 Academic All-Big 12 First Team
    • 2019 Wade Trophy Watch List
    • 2019 Citizen Naismith Trophy Women’s Watch List
    • 2019 Citizen Naismith Trophy Midseason Team
    • Big 12 Co-Player of the Week – Jan. 14.
    • Big 12 Player of the Week – Feb. 4
    • College Sports Madness National Player of the Week – Feb. 4
    • Capped the season ranked No. 11 all-time at West Virginia with 1,588 career points
    • Also ranks in the program’s top 10 in 3-point field goals made (182) and 3-point field goals attempted (524)
    • Among junior season leaders, she ranked fifth in points (575), fifth in scoring average (18.0), sixth in field goals made (519), third in 3-point field goals made (78), fifth in 3-point field goals attempted (206), ninth in 3-point field goal percentage (.379), eighth in free-throws made (103), third in free-throw percentage (.831), seventh in minutes played (1,183), second in minutes per game (37.0) and third in 20-point games (15)
    • In the Big 12, she ranked fourth in scoring (18.0 ppg), fourth in 3-point field goals (2.4 per game), 12th in field goal percentage (.380), fourth in free-throw percentage (.831), 11th in steals per game and 16th in rebounding (5.8 rpg),
    • Played 10 complete games on the year
    • Had 15 games with 20 or more points
    • Scored in double figures on 29 occasions in 33 games played
    • Registered double-doubles against Coppin State (Nov. 6), Eastern Kentucky (Dec. 15) and Iowa State (Jan. 16)
    • Also tied her career high with 11 rebounds in all three contests
    • Had three straight 20-point games from Jan. 9 to Jan. 16, scoring 21 vs. Oklahoma State (Jan. 9), 20 at Oklahoma (Jan. 13) and 20 at Iowa State (Jan. 20)
    • Set a program record with 16 points in the first quarter of WVU’s win over No. 12 Texas (Jan. 28)
    • Scored a season-high 27 points in the team’s upset of the Longhorns (Jan. 28) and again against Kansas State (Feb. 27)
    • Twice drained a season-high six 3-pointers against Pitt (Dec. 8) and TCU (Feb. 16)
    • Dished out five assists to go with 22 points in a win at Oklahoma State (Feb. 20)
    • Had four consecutive 20-point performances from Feb. 20 to Feb. 27
    • Hit a season-best nine free-throws on her way to 13 points in a win over Kansas (March 2)
    • Made a season-high 10 field goals against Villanova in the second round of the WNIT (March 24)



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


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