2013-14: Started 30 of the 31 games … Earned a mention in Graham Hays’ “Weekend Wrap” column on ESPN.com after a breakout performance at UTEP (Jan. 18) … Tallied a career-high 32 points against the Miners by converting 12-of-15 field goals, including 5-of-7 from 3-point territory, and 3-of-5 free throws … Became the first 49ers player with at least 30 points since Feb. 2012 and just the 10th in the last 20 years … Her 32 points place her in a tie for 11th on the school’s single-game list … Scored 22 points in consecutive games versus Cincinnati (Nov. 30) and at UNLV (Dec. 1) at the Lady Rebel Round-Up … Marked the first time of her career in which she recorded at least 20 points … Finished the tournament by making 15-of-31 field goals, including five triples … Exceeded the double-digit scoring plateau 14 times during the year, including 15 at St. Bonaventure (March 21) in the WNIT First Round … Hit at least one 3-pointer in 25 contests … Dropped in all eight of her free throws against St. Bonaventure, one of 11 matchups with a perfect showing at the foul line … Chipped in a 6-of-7 effort at the charity stripe at UNLV … Hauled in a career-best eight rebounds at Stetson (Dec. 17) … Posted at least one board in 27 games … Dished a career-high four assists at Marshall (Feb. 15) … Equaled her career best with two blocked shots at St. Bonaventure, with both occurrences happening in the postseason … Registered a career-high tying three steals in the road opener at Kansas State (Nov. 10) and against North Texas (Jan. 11) … Saw action for a season-best 37 minutes against Tulane (Jan. 22).
2012-13: Started all 32 games … Named to the All-GSU Holiday & Hoops Tournament Team … Placed third on the school’s single-season list for 3-pointers made (67) and attempted (182) … Tallied a season-high 19 points against Stetson (Dec. 8) … Effort ignited a run of six-straight games with double-figure points … Finished the campaign with 16 double-digit scoring outings, including seven in conference play … Concluded the year with at least 10 field goal attempts in the last six games … Dropped in a career-best tying five 3-pointers at North Carolina A&T (Dec. 18) and versus Mississippi Valley State (Dec. 30) in the GSU Holiday & Hoops Tournament as part of 17-point and 18-point performances, respectively … Converted three triples in each of the postseason matchups with Davidson (March 24) in the WNIT Second Round and Florida (March 27) in the WNIT Third Round … Attempted a season-high 10 from behind the arc against Duquesne (Feb. 3) while playing a career-best 38 minutes … Grabbed a season-high four rebounds three times, including against the Gators … Handed out three assists at TCU (Nov. 14) and against Colgate (Jan. 6) … Registered a career-best two blocked shots against Davidson in the WNIT Second Round … Swiped three steals against Stetson to set new career high … Opened the year by knocking down her first 12 free throw attempts until the regular-season meeting with Davidson (Dec. 21).
2011-12: Earned All-Atlantic 10 Rookie Team honors … Was a member of the starting five for 18 of the final 20 games, including the WNIT First Round meeting with Wake Forest (March 15) … Netted a season-best 17 points against La Salle (Jan. 18), featuring a 6-of-6 performance at the charity stripe … Chipped in 16 points versus Saint Louis (March 2) in the Atlantic 10 Championships … Drained 4-of-6 treys against the Billikens, her best effort of the season … Added 15 points versus Albany (Dec. 30) in the FIU Fun and Sun Classic … Connected on her first three 3-pointers, hitting on all of her attempts against Arkansas State (Nov. 13) in just seven minutes, leading to an 11-point outing … Hauled in a season-high six boards, all on the defensive glass, at Saint Louis (Feb. 22) … Nearly equaled the showing with five rebounds against North Carolina A&T (Dec. 21), at Temple (Jan. 29) and versus Saint Louis in the A-10 Tournament … Distributed at least one assist in seven-straight contests from at No. 12 Ohio State (Dec. 19) through home game with Saint Louis (Jan. 11) … Swiped two steals in three separate matchups, including two times in league action.
High School: Selected as a McDonald’s All-American Game nominee … Tabbed as an NCPreps.com all-state honoree her final season … Participated in the East-West All-Star Game for the West squad following her senior campaign … Earned conference regular season and tournament MVP accolades during her junior year … Chosen as an all-conference pick all four years … Named the Unifour player of the year as a junior … Collected Hickory Daily Record Player of the Year honors in 2010-11 … Garnered all-region and all-district first team plaudits two times … Netted her 1,000th career point as a junior … Averaged 20.7 ppg, seven rebounds and four assists as a junior, while being selected to the All-Catawba Valley Classic Team … Poured in an average of 19 points per game her final year … Led high school to a 107-8 record during her four-year career … Squad won three conference titles and reached the 3A state championship game in 2011 … Presented with the NSHSA Northwestern 3A/4A Senior Scholar-Athlete Award.
Personal: Born Jan. 9, 1993 … Daughter of Connie Sigmon … Majoring in pre-biology.
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