|PREV. SCHOOL||Union HS|
2015 OVC Outdoor High Jump Champion
High Jump - Outdoors: 1.73m - 5'8" (OVC Outdoor Championship, 2015)
2016 All-OVC Second Team - Women's Basketball
As a Junior, 2015-16 season: Named to the All-OVC second team… Ranked in the top 20 of the OVC in seven categories: Defensive Rebounding (2nd), overall rebounding (4th), steals (7th), blocked shots (8th), minutes played (10th), 3-point field goal percentage (14th) and scoring (18th)… Played in and started in all 30 games while averaging 12.3 points and 7.7 rebounds per contest… Posted double-digits in scoring 21 times including a career-high 22 points at Tennessee Tech (1/21/16)… Registered six double-doubles on the season and knocked down 39 three-pointers… Finished the season shooting 70.4 percent from the free-throw line… Second leading scorer on the team
As a Sophomore, 2014-15 season: Finished the season as the team’s second leading scorer with 9.8 points per game and averaged 12.3 ppg in OVC contests… Averaged 27.2 minutes per outing and recorded a team second-best 45 steals… She ranked 13th in the league in takeaways and posted two double-doubles last season… She scored in double-digits 15 times including a season-high 23 points versus Eastern Kentucky (2/14/15)… Following the completion of the basketball season, she joined the Track & Field team... She won the individual OVC high-jump title before helping the Tigerbelles claim the Outdoor Championship Crown... She is the first TSU athlete to win OVC Championships in two separate sports in the same year
As a Freshman, 2013-14 season: Played and started in all 30 contests… Averaged 7.0 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.3 assists per game… She recorded two double-doubles, including a 15 point-11 rebound performance at Troy (11/15/13)… She also notched 15 points and 16 rebounds vs. LaSalle (12/21/13)… She was named to the Gator Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team… Scored in double-digits five times… Registered a season-high 17 points at Eastern Kentucky (3/1/14)…
At Union HS: Selected as the Most Valuable Player for three consecutive years... Was listed as the No. 21-ranked athlete at her position according to ESPN Hoopgurlz... Three-year starter for Jim Stacy ...Averaged 12.4 points, 6.9 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game... McDonald’s All-American nominee as a senior... Selected to the All-State team... Three-time All-Conference and two-time All-State team member... Named to the VYPE Oklahoma Sports Magazine Top 100.... Had success in track and field as she claimed the 2012 Oklahoma 6A state championship in the high jump... At the same meet, she placed sixth in the 400 meters and ninth in the long jump.