SFA women's basketball defeated Sam Houston State 89-59 to open conference play 2-0.
2013-14 (Senior): · Part of SFA's 16th Southland Conference championship · Part of first team in school history to win 3 games in a postseason tournament · Reached championship game of Women's Basketball Invitational· Appeared in 23 games · Appeared in all 36 games, making 8 starts · Averaged 7.1 points and 5.0 rebounds per game · Career-high 17 points in win over Incarnate Word (2/1/14) on 6-of-12 shooting · Scored double digits in 8 games · Career-high 14 rebounds in double-overtime loss to Nicholls State · Scored double digits in 3 straight games down the stretch to help SFA secure a share of Southland Conference title
2012-13 (Junior):Appeared in all 31 games, making 14 starts as a junior ... played 577 minutes ... finished third on the team with 162 rebounds ... shot .438 (85-194) from the field ... .176 (3-17) from three point ... .724 (55-76) from the charity stripe ... totaled 162 rebounds, 22 assists, 19 steals ... eight double-digit scoring performances ... one double-double ... opened season with eight points off the bench in seven minutes against Louisiana-Monroe (11/9) ... recorded consecutive double figure scoring performances, finishing with 11 points against Wiley (11/17) and 12 points against Northwood (11/20) ... recorded season-high 16 points SMU (12/19).
Murray State College: Averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds per contest for Murray State College in 2011-12 while being tabbed the #34 nationally ranked player by Collegiate Girls Basketball Report, and the #6 power forward. Carter was tabbed first-team OCAC, first-team all-region and a NJCAA All-American Honorable Mention.
High School: Attended Thomas Edison High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma where she played basketball all four years, averaging 20 points and 12 rebounds for her career ... was an all-state, all-city selection.
Personal: Is the daughter of Anthony and Brenda Carter.