NEW MEXICO: A returning starter and All-Mountain West candidate in 2014-15. ... Makes the game look easy even though she is one of the hardest-working players on the team. ... A team captain for 2014-15 who leads by example. ... Has a chance for a special season. ... A 2014 Spring Academic All-Mountain West selection and a 2013-14 Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2013-14): All-Conference Honorable Mention… MW Player of the Week in first week of the season after recording 28 points and 11 rebounds in season-opening win over Loyola Marymount (11-9-13)... The points and rebounds against LMU were both career highs… Led the Lobos in scoring at 14.3 points per game, which was a 6.6 ppg increase from her sophomore season… Finished eighth in the conference in scoring (14.3) ppg and 15th in field goal percentage (44.1%)… Scored ten or more points in 25 of her 30 games this season (80.0 percent) and led UNM in scoring 13 times for the season… Tallied four games of 20 points or more… Her five assists at Utah State (2-26-14) were a career high.
REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE (2012-13): 2012-13 Mountain West Sixth Player of the Year... Her 26 points at Air Force (2-6-13) were the most scored by a Lobo all season and third most scored off the bench in a game in program history... Led the team in scoring with 21 points in Mountain West Quarterfinal win over UNLV... Second on the team in three-point shooting percentage (41.7%) and steals (1.3 spg)... Grabbed a career-high eleven rebounds at Nevada (3-6-13)... Her five steals at Air Force were the second most by a Lobo all year... Was a perfect ten of ten from the free throw line versus UNLV (3-14-13)... Played in every game after the Fall semester recording eight double-digit games with two games of 20 points or more.
SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Sat the season out after transferring from Texas Tech.
FRESHMAN at Texas Tech (2010-11): Played in seven games ... Had one point and one rebound at New Mexico ... Had two points and career highs of two rebounds and one assist vs. Mississippi Valley State ... Scored two points vs. Charleston Southern ... Scored career-high four points vs. UTSA.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2010 graduate of Class 5A Clovis High School in Clovis, New Mexico ... As a freshman: Was Newcomer of the Year ... Named second team all-district ... Received Danforth Award and team was state runner-ups... As a sophomore: Named First Team All-District and District MVP... As a junior: Named First Team All-District, District Player of the Year, and Second Team All-State... As a senior: Selected First Team All-State ... Named First Team All-District and District Player of the Year ... Averaged 21.6 points, six rebounds and 3.6 steals ... currently is the Clovis High School leading scorer with 1,673 points and all-time leader in steals ... Also participated in volleyball and track and field in high school ... Record holder in long jump (18'11") and triple jump (37'5") ... High school basketball coaches were Miles Watters, Jeff Reed and Regina Downing. AAU Played for New Mexico Heat Elite along with teammates Amber Battle, Haley Schneider and Ebony Walker.
PERSONAL: Antiesha Cherelle Brown ... Born June 30, 1992, in Jacksonville, Ark. ... Daughter of Anthony and Lula Brown ... Father graduated from Arkansas-Pine Bluff and is retired from the Air Force ... Mother graduated from Eastern New Mexico and is a Director of Early Childhood Intervention ... Has three older siblings, Covelle, Nykeesha and Anthony, Jr. ... Enjoys sleeping, eating and "tweeting" ... Graduated with a degree in University Studies, scheduled to earn a Master's Degree in Sports Administration in June of 2015.
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Thank you for choosing to donate to University of New Mexico Athletics! We encourage you to contribute $50 or more to become a Lobo Club member.
If you have ever made a donation to the Lobo Club online, over the phone, or in person, it is very likely that you already have an account for our Online Donation Center and do not need to create a new one. If you are unsure or don't remember your login information, please contact the Lobo Club at 505-925-CLUB (2582) and we will check our system.
As always, thank you for your support of the Lobo Club, the Gateway to Giving for University of New Mexico Athletics.