Local Girls Division One Top Conference Winning Percentage from Last Year to NOW

Posted by Press Release on February 9, 2015 at 3:46 pm under College, High School | Read the First Comment


In local girls Division One things are really heating up. Below is conference records and winning percentages from last year up to now. Some of our local girls have made a tremendous impact on their teams success and more success to come. Some teams conferences play more games because they have more teams in their respective conferences. The NCAA defines a starter as a player that has started at least 70% of their team games.

1. High Point University 27-8 ( 77.1 % ) Lindsay Puckett (Rockingham) has played a key role in that success over the past year and a half. Kennedy Currie (Dudley) redshirted. Could gain an edge on recruiting in the local area or Sate.

2. Army 23-7 (76.6 % ) Cierra Jackson (Ragsdale) Has played in 7 games. None last year.

3. Stony Brook University 19-7 (73.1% ) Miranda Jenkins (Eastern Guilford) a starter that was part of the resurgence in helping to set NCAA Division One record in team winning 20 game improvement over a two year span.

4. North Carolina A&T University 19-7 (73.1 %) Christina Carter (Thomasville/VCU) a starter that helps to keep the Aggies rolling. Kenya Hailey (Southeast Guilford) has started the last three games as Aggies continue to roll.

5. Winthrop University 24-10 (70.5%) Ronata Rogers (Greensboro Day) out for the season.

6. Harvard University 13-7 (65%) Cameron Nieters (Bishop Mcguiness) sees spot action on occasions

7. North Carolina State University 15-9 (62.5%) Akela Maize (New Hope Christian Academy) plays sparingly along with Kaley Moser (Burlington Williams)

8. North Carolina University 16-10 ( 61.5%) Megan Buclkland (Bishop Mcguiness) has in only 7 games this year.

9. Campbell University 22-12 (61%) Amanda Coffer( Northern Guilford) a starter that provides shooting and block shots. Jessica Pone (Southwest Guilford) and Makayla Rouse (Dudley) sees spot duty.

10. Elon University 17-12 (58%) Shayla Burnett (Southern Alamance)a starter provides an added punch. Samantha Coffer (Northern Guilford)a starter and a threat at the three. Autumn Carter (Rockingham) and Lenaira Ruffin (River Mill Academy) see spot duty. Team record includes new conference record along with Southern Conference.

11. South Carolina Upstate University 14-12 (53.8%) Brittany Clency (Western Guilford) a starter that has help the program get better.

12. Radford University 15-19 (44%) Kierra McIvor (Dudley) a starter that plays a key role in their new found team success that has knocked off the likes of High Point.

13. Coastal Carolina 14-20 ( 41.1%) Cedrica Gibson (Oak Ridge Academy/St. Johns) a starter that has provided some spark. Khadeja Wilkerson (Greensboro Day) has not played since game three of the season.

14. Vanderbilt University 11-16 (40.7%) Paris Kea (Page) a starter early on; came in with a highly publicized recruiting class.

15. North Carolina Central University 10-16 ( 38%) Imani Atkinson (Greensboro Day) sees spot action on occasions.

16. North Carolina Asheville University 13-22 (37.1%) Brittany Gwynn (High Point Central) a starter that has help her team gain respect in the Big South Conference.

17. Auburn University 7-20 (25.9%) Jazmine and Jessica Jones (West Forsyth) the twins see action some times more than the other.

18. Binghamton University 4-23 ( 14.8%) Imani Atkins (High Point Andrews) a starter whom plays a lot of minutes. Team has a long way to go to crack in the top four in conference.

19. Providence University 4-27 (13.3 % ) Sarah Beal (New Hope Academy) a starter for two years but now its time to start winning. Has not played lately.

20. UNCG University 3-23 (11.4%) no local girls on team this year. Brianna Patterson (Dudley) played last year and graduated, but the results were the same….

  • Margaret said,

    I did not know that we had this many girls playing division one college basketball in this area.