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Nina Stone

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[tab id=1]#11[/tab]

[tab id=2]5’6[/tab]

[tab id=3]Guard[/tab]


[toggle title="Where are you from?"]Indianapolis, IN[/toggle]

[toggle title="Do you have any nicknames?"]Stoney[/toggle]

[toggle title="What are your career aspirations?"]To continue to be successful and to stay humble.[/toggle]

[toggle title="What is your basketball background?"]Coaching Experience
2008-2010 Assistant Women’s basketball (Recruiter Coordinator/ Skills Coach) Coach at Indian River State College.
2007-2008 Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Oral Roberts University
2005-2007 Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at Daytona State College
WNBA Experience
2008 Chicago Shy Training Camp
2007 Detroit Shock Training Camp
2006 Houston Comets Training Camp
2005 L.A. Sparks Training Camp
International Experience
2005-2006 Israel Basketball Superior League
College Experience

2003-2004: Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year by the league’s coaches as well as the Kansas City Star, Austin American-Statesman and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram … started 26 of the squad’s 28 games … earned all-tournament honors at the Cowgirl Classic after averaging 10 points, 6.5 rebounds and 6.5 assists in two games … made a career-high 10 field goals, including five three-pointers, on her way to a career-high 30 points in OSU’s upset victory over Texas Tech … also scored 30 points in OSU’s season finale against Baylor … made a career-high 13 of her 15 free throws against the Lady Bears … grabbed a career-best nine rebounds at Arkansas … dished out a career-high seven assists before matching the feat in victories against Texas A&M and Texas Tech … scored 21 points in the win over the Aggies … tallied a career-high seven steals at Baylor … had a 19-point, five-steal outing at Wichita State … scored 18 points in OSU’s win over nationally-ranked Michigan State … played 40 minutes on four occasions, reaching the mark against Michigan State, at Santa Clara, Iowa State and at Kansas … scored in double figures in each of the squad’s final five games … led the team with 44 steals and 44 made three-pointers … also dished out a team-high 86 assists.
Junior College: Named a Kodak All-America first-team selection after leading Wabash Valley to a 34-3 record and a fifth-place finish at the national tournament as a sophomore … also helped the squad to the Region XXIV and conference championships … was named to the regional all-tournament team … averaged 18.2 points and 2.8 rebounds per contest as a sophomore … converted 107 of her 326 (33 percent) three-point attempts … recorded 18 blocks, 64 steals and a team-best 160 assists … rated as the third-best junior college point guard and No. 15 overall player according the All-Star Girls Report. Broke the school record by making 14 three pointer in one game.

[toggle title="Any advice for aspiring basketball players?"]When YOU want to Succeed as bad as you want to Be then you will be Successful.
Eric Thomas

[toggle title="One word to describe yourself?"]POWERFUL[/toggle]

[toggle title="Fun fact about yourself?"]I love to jump on Trampolines.[/toggle]

[toggle title="Favorite app on your phone?"]Not good with all the new Technology[/toggle]

[toggle title="What actress would play you in a movie about your life?"]Queen Latifah [/toggle]

[toggle title="What excites you about the new season?"]Everything is exciting[/toggle]

[toggle title="What is your playing position?"]Combo guard[/toggle]