WILLIAMSBURG, Va. – Former William & Mary women’s basketball star Jazmen Boone ’15 will be heading overseas to continue her basketball career and education as part of the Victory Scholarship.
Boone will head to Waterford Institute of Technology in Waterford, Ireland where she will be pursing a degree in Global Financial Information Systems, as well as playing for the university’s basketball team. She is one of only 13 student-athletes to receive the Victory Scholarship, and will be working with the Sports Changes Life program, which will allow Boone to work with disadvantaged youth in Ireland. As part of this process she will have an updated blog, which can be found by clicking here or the above link.
The Virginia Beach, Virginia native finished her career at W&M scoring 916 points, adding 415 rebounds, 265 assists, and 221 steals. She ranks fifth all-time in steals, eighth in assists, eighth in games played, and ninth in steals average.
Named a captain for her senior season, Boone’s averaged 11.8 points per game (367 points), 6.2 rebounds (122 rebounds), 3.0 assists, and 2.5 steals per game. She scored in double-figures in 21 games during her final season.
Boone becomes the second player under head coach Ed Swanson (two full years as head coach) to continue her playing her career overseas, joining Kaitlyn Mathieu ’14. Emily Correal ’13 is also playing overseas in Italy.