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[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
2008 Chicago Shy Training Camp
2007 Detroit Shock Training Camp
2006 Houston Comets Training Camp
2005 L.A. Sparks Training Camp
2005-2006 Israel Basketball Superior League
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.
[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]