SFA offense goes cold in second half; fall in quarterfinals of SLC Tournament
2015 Third Team All-Southland Conference 2015 Southland Conference All-Defensive Team 2015 SFA Gary Blair Defensive MVP Ranks second all-time at SFA in made three-pointers (215) Ranks sixth all-time at SFA in blocks (144) Member of SFA's 1,000-point club (1,002 career points)
2014-15 (Senior): Third Team All-Southland Conference ... SLC All-Defensive Team ... SFA Gary Blair Defensive MVP award winner ... Part of SFA's 17th Southland Conference championship ... Started all 31 games on the season, leading the team with 32.5 minutes played per contest ... Averaged 10.1 points and 6.8 rebounds per game to rank third and second on the team, respectfully ... Ranked third in the SLC in blocks per game (1.5) and three-point field goal percentage (35.2) while sitting sixth in the league in three-point field goals per game (2.0) ... Shot .393 (116-for-295) from the floor, .352 (62-for-176) from deep and .690 (20-for-29) from the free throw line ... Totaled 67 assists, 47 blocks and 50 steals for the season ... Scored a career-high 23 points on the road against Northwestern State (2/5), where she shot 8-for-12 from the floor and 6-for-10 from beyond the arc ... Her six triples against the Lady Demons on Feb. 5 was a career-high and the seventh most threes made in a single game in SFA history ... Scored in double figures 18 times in 2014-15, including in nine straight games from Jan. 24-Feb. 26 ... Notched three double-doubles ... Matched a career-high with 16 boards against Arizona (12/20) ... Joined SFA's 1,000-point club in her final career game in the WNIT against TCU, scoring 11 points to end her career with 1,002 points ... Helped SFA win 11 straight games to close the regular season.
2013-14 (Junior): • Part of SFA's 16th Southland Conference championship • Part of first team in school history to win three games in a postseason tournament • Reached championship game of Women's Basketball Invitational • All-Southland Conference Honorable Mention • Started all 36 games and led team in minutes played, averaging 32.7 minutes • Averaged 8.9 points per game and 7.3 rebounds • Made 75 3-pointers to rank 2nd in school history for a single season • Ended season with 153 career 3-pointers to stand 4th in school history • Opened conference play with a streak of 3 straight double-doubles • Pulled down 10 or more rebounds 9 times • Had a career-high 16 rebounds in win over Central Arkansas to clinch a share of the Southland Conference title • Hit a career-high 5 3-pointers in win at Southeastern Louisiana • Posted double-doubles against Boise State and College of Charleston during the WBI to help SFA advance to the championship game
2012-13 (Sophomore):Appeared in all 31 games, starting all but one contest, as a sophomore ... totaled 687 minutes ... shot .357 (86-241) from the field ... .310 (53-171) from three point ... .588 (10-17) from the charity stripe ... second on the teams in steals (36) and blocks (29) ... third in minutes played (820) ... totaled 235 points ... 148 rebounds ... 36 assists ... 36 steals ... 11 double digit scoring performances ... two double figure scoring streaks ... recorded seven points in season opener against Louisiana-Monroe (11/9) ... recorded 12 points at Grambling State (12/1) ... also finished with 12 points at SMU (12/19) and against Lamar (1/3) ... recorded career-high 10 rebounds against Central Arkansas (2/7) ... recorded three consecutive double figure performances starting with 10 points against Oral Roberts (2/9) and finishing with 19 points, tying career-high, at Southeastern Louisiana (2/16) ... finished season on three-game double digit scoring streak, starting 11 points in regular season finale against Texas A&M - Corpus Christi (3/9) and ending with 10 points in SLC Tournament quarterfinals against Lamar (3/14).
2011-12 (Freshman): Played in 33 games, starting in nine of them ... averaged 4.2 points per game and was fourth on the team in rebounding with 3.4 per contest ... shot .320 from the field (48-of-150) and .299 from three-point territory (.299) ... was third on team with 18 blocks ... also had 27 steals ... scored a season-high 19 points on 2/11/12 versus UTSA ... also scored 12 points against Houston Baptist on 11/29/11.
High School: Was the District 26-4A MVP at LBJ High School in Austin where she led her team to the UIL State Finals ... Named the Dennis Johnson Memorial High School All-Star Game MVP ... Was selected to the All CenTex 2nd Team and was a McDonald's All American Nominee ... Also selected to the TABC 4A All-Region Team and All State Team ... Averaged better than 12 points and seven rebounds per game as a junior at Crockett High School in Austin before moving to LBJ High School for her senior season ... She was the 2008 newcomer of the year in District 17-4A and is ranked as the No. 53 player in the state by the Premier Basketball Report ... Career highs include 29 points, 19 rebounds and eight assists ... Was the 2007-08 and 2008-09 District MVP and was first-team all-district 08-09 ... Also was a multi-sport letterman in track 2007-11.
Personal: Is the daughter of Melvin Green and Arlita Henderson ... Majoring in mass media.