Area Girls College Scoring Performances Nationally

Special to Greensborosports.com:

1. Anna Freeman: East Davison: Appalachian State: 15.4 ppg: leader of the team!
2. Cheyenne Parker: Southwest Guilford: Highpoint University: 13.6 ppg; Career
single season block leader!
3. Tonisha Baker: Andrews: Campbell: 13.3 ppg: sets the pace!
4. Helen Terry: Dudley: Charleston Southern: 11.2 ppg: out with knee injury after 13
games!
5. Catrina Green: Western Guilford: Gardner Webb: 11.0 ppg: lone bright spot!
6. Breonna Patterson: Dudley: UNCG: 10.9 ppg: key component in coach first year!
7. Jasmine Gill: Page: James Madison: 10.2: having good year after transferring from
Boston College!
8. Paris Alston: Southeast Guilford: South Carolina State: 9.2 ppg: help beat A&T in
Greensboro
9. Brittany Gywnn: Central: Ashville: 8.5 ppg: was having great year but has not
played since early January!
10. Kristin Fields: Grimsley: Towson: 8.2 ppg: has waited her turn and is having a
great year!
11. Whitney Knight: Reynolds: Florida Gulf Coast: 8 ppg: super year after spurning
Duke during recruitment!
12. Amber Cook: Grimsley: Maryland Eastern-shore: 7.8 ppg: doing it the right way!
13. Megan Buckland: Bishop Mcguiness: North Carolina: 6.9 ppg: having great year
before season ending injury!
14. Trumae Lucas: Grimsley: Deleware: 6.1 ppg: solid guard play for Nations #8
ranked team!
15. Lindsey Puckett: Rockingham: Highpoint University: 6.1 ppg: best scorer off the
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16. Samantha Cofer: Northern Guilford: Elon: 6.1 ppg: providing solid minutes as
starter!
17. Jasmine Alston: Grimsley: North Carolina Central: 5.4 ppg: solid job since
transferring!
18. Tyisha Bridges: Southwest Guilford: Norfolk State: 5.0 ppg: helping Spartains to
have one of their best years!
19. Christina Carter: Thomasville: VCU: 4.9 ppg: doing good job up in Virginia!
20. Amanda Hairston: Dudley: Bethune Cookman: 3.5 ppg: just getting back since knee
surgery!
21. Lei Lei Harriston: Reidsville: Elon: 2.6 ppg: minutes have dwindle!
22. Nicole Hargraves: Grimsley: Georgia State: 2.6 ppg: best year since entering
college!
23. Lisa Archie: Ragsdale: Elon: 2.5 ppg: having a better year than previous!
24. Ciara Jackson: Ragdale: Army: 1.4 ppg: seeing valuable minutes!
25. Erin Thomspon: Bishop Mcguiness: 1.4 ppg: playing a little more this year!
26. Desiree Drayton: Dudley: Charlotte: 1.1 ppg: has appeared in 9 games!
27. Kierra McIvor: Dudley: Radford: 1.0 ppg: has played in nearly every game!

Note: Miranda Jenkins: Eastern Guilford: Stony Brook University: had earned
starting guard position before preseason season ending injury.

If there is anyone that is from DI colleges that were left off please submit their
names so that it could be added in its appropriate numerical order. These numbers
are from NCAA as of February 28th.

2 comments

  1. Clearly injuries have derailed a lot of these girls careers. It really shows how important a good education is especially for girls. It is amazing how many “knee” injuries that girls get compared to boys.

  2. It really is nice to see that we have so many girls playing college basketball. I did not realize this until I read this list. This is a great site to get up to date information and it shows the commitment to keep everyone abreast of what kids are doing.

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