Garnered All-Atlantic 10 Third Team honors … Selected as one of the Players Making the Buzz for the Nancy Lieberman Award, given year-end to the nation’s top point guard … Finished the campaign tied for eighth nationally with 6.7 assists per game … Set program single-season records for assists (209) and minutes played (1101) … Became the first player in the Consuegra era to top 1000 minutes played … Handed out double-digit assists four times, including a career-high 11 versus Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30) in the GSU Holiday & Hoops Tournament … Other double-figure assists outings came against Florida State (Dec. 2), against Stetson (Dec. 8) and in the WNIT First Round against Appalachian State (March 21) … Pitched in 10 points against the Seminoles for her first career double-double … Netted a career-best 21 points, converting seven field goals and seven free throws, at UNC Wilmington (Dec. 5) … Matched the seven field goals with back-to-back performances against Temple (Feb. 6) and at Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 10) … Reached double-figure scoring in 18 games, including a season-long stretch of six-straight league contests from at Saint Louis (Jan. 27) through Butler (Feb. 13) … Opened the campaign by leading the country in assists for the first five reporting periods and never fell out of the Top 10 all season … Distributed at least seven assists in 20 outings … Had at least a 1-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio in all but three games played … Grabbed a career-best nine rebounds, including seven on the defensive glass, to finish just shy of a double-double in the WNIT Second Round against Davidson (March 24) … Dropped in a pair of 3-pointers for the first time in her career against VCU (Feb. 28) … Swiped a career-high seven steals against Florida State … Played all 40 minutes seven times, the last coming in the WNIT Second Round against Davidson. 2011-12:
Started four of the 29 games in which she played … Earned the starting role in consecutive games versus Florida (Nov. 26) in the Courtyard LaGuardia Turkey Classic, at Florida State (Dec. 4), against UNC Wilmington (Dec. 7) and at No. 12 Ohio State (Dec. 19) … Chipped in a season-best 12 points against UNC Wilmington to go along with her season-high seven boards … Posted 11 points at VCU (Nov. 22), at Dayton (Feb. 8) and versus Saint Louis (March 2) in the Atlantic 10 Championships … Added a 10-point effort against North Carolina A&T (Dec. 21) … Pulled down six boards against Saint Louis (Jan. 11) … Converted five field goals at VCU and at Dayton … Tallied a 4-of-4 performance at the foul line at Saint Louis (Feb. 22) … Distributed a season-best eight assists against UNC Wilmington … Had a pair of seven-assists tilts at Long Island (Nov. 25) in the Courtyard LaGuardia Turkey Classic and against Richmond (Feb. 26) in the regular-season finale … Swiped a season-high three steals at Dayton … Played all 40 minutes at Virginia Tech (Nov. 16). 2010-11:
Came off the bench in all 22 games in which she played … Netted a season-best nine points in a season-high 19 minutes against Savannah State (Nov. 23) … Dropped in her only 3-pointer of the campaign to go along with a 4-of-5 free throw effort against the Tigers … Finished 2-of-2 at the charity stripe against Fordham (Jan. 12) and at Rhode Island (Jan. 19) … Grabbed a pair of rebounds at North Carolina A&T (Nov. 30) and at Saint Joseph’s (Jan. 15) … Credited with a season-best three assists against Savannah State … Came away with two steals against the Tigers, at UNC Wilmington (Dec. 2) and versus No. 6 Xavier (March 6) in the Atlantic 10 Championships … Played double-digit minutes with 12 against Fordham and 11 at North Carolina A&T … Saw action in a pair of WNIT contests, including the Semifinal at Toledo (March 30). High School:
Ranked as high as the No. 30 player in the region according to the Southeastern Hoops Report
… Surpassed the 1,000-point plateau as a junior … Finished her career as her school’s all-time leading scorer … Became the first Cabarrus County female player to reach the milestone in over 15 years … Garnered Cabarrus News
Player of the Year honors as a senior … Averaged 15 points, 7.4 rebounds and six assists a game during her final year … Contributed averages of 17 points, seven rebounds and 6.4 assists per contest as a junior … Received All-Charlotte Observer
Third Team accolades following her junior campaign … Collected three all-conference honors … Voted the state tournament MVP after her sophomore season in which she led her high school to the 2008 3A championship … Netted 21 points in 22 minutes during the state final … Led squad to a 31-2 record during 2007-08. Personal:
Born Aug. 26, 1992 … Daughter of Lisa Hammonds … Majoring in sociology.
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