|Hometown:||Arlington Heights, Ill.|
|High School:||Rolling Meadows|
|Major:||B.S.B.A., M.B.A., Accounting|
Concluded her career as SLU's all-time leader in points (1,894), assists (899), FTM (490), games played (132) and games started (132) ... finished fourth in career FT percentage (.799), fifth in career scoring average (14.3 ppg) and sixth in career 3-point FG (144) ... graduated 12th in NCAA Division I women's basketball history in career assists ... also finished as one of only seven players in Division I women's basketball history to hold her school's career records in both points and assists ... earned a master's degree in accounting.
2017-18 • SENIOR | Game-by-Game Stats
• Season highs – 28 points (tied career high), 13 FTM (SLU season high, tied A-10 season high) and 16 FTA (SLU season high) vs. Duquesne (A-10 Championship quarterfinals); eight FG vs. Saint Joseph’s (regular season) and Dayton (away); three 3-point FG vs. four opponents; seven rebounds vs. George Mason; two offensive rebounds (tied career high) vs. Mississippi and George Mason; 14 assists (tied career high, SLU season high, tied A-10 season high) vs. Lipscomb; three steals vs. Indiana State; 50 minutes (career high, SLU season high) vs. Fordham (home).
• SLU’s Outstanding Female Senior Student-Athlete.
• Top-10 finalist for the women’s basketball Senior CLASS Award.
• NCAA Woman of the Year nominee.
• Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete.
• College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District.
• Naismith Trophy Watch List.
• Nancy Lieberman Award Watch List.
• A-10 All-Academic.
• A-10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
• A-10 All-Conference first team.
• A-10 Championship All-Tournament.
• Maggie Dixon Classic All-Tournament.
• South Point Shootout All-Tournament.
• College Sports Madness A-10 Player of the Week Jan. 22.
• Started all 33 games.
• National rankings – sixth in assists (7.2 apg), 13th in minutes (37.9 mpg), 27th in FTM (158), 28th in A-TO ratio (2.43), 37th in FTA (188), 47th in FT percentage (.840).
• A-10 rankings (all games) – first in assists; second in FTM; third in A-TO ratio, FTA and minutes; fifth in FT percentage; ninth in scoring (15.6 ppg); tied for 10th in double-doubles (five).
• A-10 rankings (conference games) – first in assists (7.3 apg) and FT percentage (.872); third in A-TO ratio (2.64) and minutes (38.2 mpg); 13th in scoring (15.6 ppg).
• SLU all-time single-season lists – third in points (514), assists (238) and FTM; sixth in FT percentage.
• Set SLU single-season records for seniors in points, assists and FTM.
• Team leader – scoring, assists, FTM, FTA, A-TO ratio, minutes, fewest fouls per 40 minutes (2.02).
• No. 2 on the team – FG (164), FT percentage, steals (28).
• Career highs for a season – minutes (1,250), FT percentage, blocks (five).
• Led SLU or tied for the team lead in scoring a team-high 20 times.
• Scored in double figures a team-high 27 times.
• Tallied 20 or more points in 11 games, including nine times vs. A-10 opponents.
• Averaged a team-high 22 points in three A-10 Championship games; was 19-of-37 (.514) from the floor and 26-of-30 (.867) from the free throw line.
• Posted a points-assists double-double vs. Dayton (away, 24 points, 12 assists), Saint Joseph’s (regular season, 21/13), Cleveland State (20/12), Vanderbilt (17/10) and Davidson (12/10).
• Her career-high-tying 28 points vs. Duquesne in the A-10 Championship quarterfinals included a 13-of-16 effort from the FT line.
• Also scored 20 or more points vs. VCU (23), La Salle (22), Massachusetts (A-10 Championship first round, 21), Fordham (home, 21), Loyola Marymount (21), Massachusetts (regular season, 20) and Rhode Island (20).
• Had 14 assists vs. Lipscomb, tying her career high and matching the A-10 season high.
• Narrowly missed a double-double vs. Fordham (home, 21 points, nine assists), SIUE (13/nine) and Kansas State (nine/10).
• Tossed in 18 points vs. No. 17 Missouri.
• Her 19 points in a home win vs. Dayton included 9-of-9 from the foul line.
• Was 8-of-8 from the stripe vs. La Salle and 6-of-6 vs. Cleveland State.
• Had 11 games in which she notched at least seven assists and committed two or fewer turnovers.
• Played all 50 minutes vs. Fordham (home), 44 of 45 minutes vs. George Washington (away), and all 40 minutes vs. 10 opponents.
2016-17 • JUNIOR | Game-by-Game Stats
• Season highs – 27 points vs. Dayton; five 3-pointers (career high, SLU season high) vs. UC Irvine; six rebounds vs. Missouri; two offensive rebounds (tied career high) vs. three opponents; 12 assists (SLU season high) vs. Richmond and Washington State; four steals (tied career high) vs. Massachusetts.
• Naismith Trophy watch list.
• Nancy Lieberman Award watch list.
• Atlantic 10 All-Academic.
• Atlantic 10 Commissioner’s Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters.
• Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and All-Conference first team.
• Atlantic 10 Championship All-Tournament, averaging 21.7 points and shooting 58.5 percent overall and 47.4 percent from 3-point range in three games.
• Three-time Atlantic 10 Player of the Week (Nov. 14, Nov. 21, Jan. 30).
• Atlantic 10 preseason All-Conference first team.
• Started all 34 games (tied career highs for games and starts).
• National rankings – sixth in assists (7.3 apg), 45th in assist-turnover ratio (2.18), 79th in FT made (123), 81st in FT attempts (164), 99th in minutes (35.0 mpg).
• Atlantic 10 rankings (all games) – first in assists, second in assist-turnover ratio, sixth in scoring (14.9 ppg), seventh in minutes, tied for 10th in FT percentage (.750).
• Atlantic 10 rankings (conference games) – first in assists (7.4 apg), fifth in assist-turnover ratio (2.11), eighth in minutes (36.4 mpg), 10th in scoring (14.1 ppg), 12th in FT percentage (.764).
• Set a Billiken single-season record with 248 assists.
• SLU all-time single-season lists – third in points (506), sixth in FT made.
• SLU single-season lists for juniors – second in points, third in FT made.
• Team leader – scoring, assists, FT made, FT attempts, minutes, double-digit scoring games (26), fewest fouls per 40 minutes (1.75).
• No. 2 on the team – assist-turnover ratio, field goals (172), double-doubles (five).
• No. 3 on the team – steals (career-high 37, 1.09 spg), 3-pointers (39).
• Tied SLU single-game records with 15 FT made (Atlantic 10 season high) and 18 FT attempts vs. Loyola Marymount.
• 6-of-6 from the field vs. Morgan State, SLU’s best shooting performance of the season (minimum five FG made).
• Recorded a career-high 10 field goals vs. Dayton in the A-10 Championship semifinals.
• Led the Billikens in scoring 16 times, most on the team.
• Registered seven double-digit assist games.
• Points/assists double-doubles – Loyola Marymount (25 points/10 assists), Davidson (20/10), Washington State (13/12), Richmond (11/12) and Dayton home (10/10).
• Other 20-point games – 27 vs. Dayton (A-10 Championship semifinals), 24 vs. George Washington, 21 vs. Bradley, 20 vs. St. Bonaventure (both games), 20 vs. Massachusetts (A-10 Championship first round), 20 vs. UC Irvine.
• Other double-digit assist games – 11 vs. Indiana State and George Mason.
• Had 18 points, six rebounds and eight assists in the win over Missouri.
2015-16 • SOPHOMORE | Game-by-Game Stats
• Season highs – 28 points (career high) vs. St. Bonaventure; nine rebounds (career high) vs. Western Kentucky and George Mason (home); 14 assists (career high) vs. Davidson (home) and Tulsa; four steals (career high) vs. Bradley.
• College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-District team.
• Atlantic 10 All-Academic team.
• A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) both semesters.
• Became the first Billiken women's basketball player to earn All-America plaudits (Associated Press honorable mention, College Sports Madness High Major first team).
• A-10 co-Player of the Year and first-team All-Conference.
• College Sports Madness High Major and Jesuit Basketball Spotlight National Player of the Week Feb. 22.
• A-10 Player of the Week Feb. 29 (College Sports Madness), Feb. 22 (A-10 office, College Sports Madness) and Jan. 25 (A-10 office, College Sports Madness).
• Selected to the Tulane Classic All-Tournament team.
• In the national rankings, finished third in assists per game (7.0), 25th in free throws made (159), 26th in assist-turnover ratio (2.28), 37th in free throw attempts (191) and 56th in free throw percentage (.832).
• In all games, ranked first in the A-10 in assists per game, free throws made and free throw attempts; second in assist-turnover ratio; third in points per game (16.6) and free throw percentage; fourth in minutes per game (35.4); and 14th in field goal percentage (.436).
• In A-10 games only, was first in the league in assists per game (6.9); second in free throws made (64) and free throw attempts (76); third in points per game (16.9) and free throw percentage (.842); fourth in assist-turnover ratio (2.18); seventh in minutes per game (35.5); 11th in field goal percentage (.458); and 15th in 3-point field goal percentage (.367).
• Set a Saint Louis season record with 239 assists.
• Ranked second on SLU's all-time single-season list for points (564, also a SLU sophomore record).
• Ranked second on SLU's all-time single-season list, and set a SLU sophomore record, for free throws made.
• Ranked 10th on the Billikens' all-time single-season free throw percentage list.
• Tied the SLU single-game record for best perfect free throw shooting (12-of-12) vs. Rhode Island (A-10 Championship), also the best performance of the season by an A-10 player.
• Led SLU in points per game, field goals made (184), free throws made, free throw attempts, assists per game, assist-turnover ratio, minutes per game, double-figure scoring games (31) and fewest fouls per 40 minutes (1.79).
• Second on the team in free throw percentage and steals per game (0.9); tied for second in 3-point field goals made (37).
• Third on the team in field goal percentage and 3-point field goal percentage (.314).
• Registered SLU single-game highs of 28 points vs. St. Bonaventure, 12 free throws made vs. Rhode Island (A-10 Championship), 14 free throw attempts vs. Cleveland State, and 14 assists vs. Davidson (home) and Tulsa; tied the single-game high of four 3-point field goals vs. St. Bonaventure.
• Led the Billikens or tied for the team lead in scoring 21 times, in assists 30 times, in steals seven times and in rebounds twice.
• Reached double figures in assists six times, five of which were part of double-doubles – 19 points and 14 assists vs. Davidson (home), 13 points and 14 assists vs. Tulsa, 19 points and 13 assists vs. Duquesne (regular season), 22 points and 12 assists vs. Memphis, and 15 points and 12 assists vs. Bradley.
• Averaged 20 points in the WNIT.
• Went 17-of-17 from the free throw line in the A-10 Championship.
• Tallied 20 or more points nine times.
2014-15 • FRESHMAN | Game-by-Game Stats
Was named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (minimum 3.5 GPA) for both semesters … earned a spot on the A-10 All-Rookie team … was named A-10 Rookie of the Week Jan. 26 … was the only Billiken to start all 31 games … in the national statistics, ranked 25th in assists (5.6 apg) and 139th in assist-turnover ratio (1.49 to 1) … in all games, ranked second in assists, fifth in assist-turnover ratio and minutes (34.8 mpg), 11th in 3-point field goal percentage (.367) and tied for 29th in scoring (10.0 ppg) in the A-10 … in conference games only, was second in assists (5.6 apg), fifth in 3-point field goal percentage (.404), sixth in assist-turnover ratio (1.48 to 1) and minutes (34.6 mpg), and tied for 29th in scoring (10.2 ppg) … her 174 assists easily eclipsed the previous Billiken freshman record of 105 and landed her in second place on SLU's overall single-season chart … led the team in assists, minutes and fewest fouls per 40 minutes (1.85) … was second in scoring, field goals (110), 3-point field goals (40), 3-point field goal percentage and steals (31) … ranked third in assist-turnover ratio … led the Billikens in assists a team-high 23 times … posted more assists than turnovers in 23 of 31 games … had at least four assists in 29 of 31 games ... led the team in scoring three times … scored in double figures 17 times, including the last five games of the season (13.6 ppg) … turned in a double-double of 10 points (5-of-9 FG) and 10 assists (tied SLU season high, tied for third most in the A-10 in 2014-15) in a season-high 46 minutes vs. Mercer … was 7-of-10 overall and 3-of-4 from 3-point range in a season- and team-high 20-point performance vs. La Salle, and added seven assists … tied for team-high honors with 18 points (SLU season-best 8-of-9 FG shooting, season-high eight field goals) vs. Richmond … scored 17 points vs. George Washington in the A-10 Championship quarterfinals … tossed in 16 points (3-of-7 3-pointers) vs. Massachusetts … scored 14 points vs. Vanderbilt (team high), George Washington (regular season; 3-of-4 3-pointers) and George Mason (home) … registered 13 points (3-of-7 3-pointers) vs. VCU (A-10 Championship), Rhode Island and Missouri-St. Louis (3-of-5 3-pointers) … had 12 points and four steals (tied SLU season high) vs. SIUE … contributed 11 points vs. Dayton (home; season highs of six FTM and seven FTA), Saint Joseph's and Missouri (3-of-6 3-pointers) … scored 10 points vs. Duquesne and Indiana State (away) … notched nine assists vs. SIUE and Davidson (away), eight vs. George Washington (regular season) and Indiana State (away), and seven vs. Rhode Island, Duquesne, VCU (regular season) and Eastern Illinois ... had a season-high five rebounds vs. Davidson (away) and Vanderbilt.
PRIOR TO SLU
Named 2014 Player of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year by the Chicago Sun-Times … Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2014 runner-up … earned Daily Herald Player of the Year accolades as a junior and senior and was the publication's 2014 Female Athlete of the Year … collected first-team All-State honors as a junior and senior and was honorable mention as a sophomore … tabbed Illinois' 2013 Gatorade Player of the Year … nominated for the 2014 McDonald's All-America team … was a four-time All-Area and All-Mid Suburban League East performer who was named conference Player of the Year and All-Area team captain as a sophomore, junior and senior … selected Rolling Meadows' Most Valuable Player all four years … named MVP of the prestigious Montini Christmas Tournament in 2013 and 2014 … made the All-Tournament team in every tournament in which she participated … helped lead Rolling Meadows to Class 4A state runner-up finishes in 2013 (31-4 record) and 2014 (29-5), as well as three consecutive conference crowns … averaged 20.6 points, 8.2 assists and 2.0 steals as a senior, and 20 points, 7.6 assists, 3.3 steals and 2.3 rebounds as a junior … in AAU competition, was the starting point guard for the 2013 Illinois Elite team and collected All-State recognition … also lettered four years in tennis and two years in soccer … paired with sister Allie to earn third-team All-State doubles recognition in 2014 … was a state tennis qualifier in 2012 and 2013 … National Honor Society member.