Position: Center
Team: San Antonio Silver Stars
D.O.B: 9/27/1993
Height: 6'3''
University of Tennessee

Drafted by the Phoenix Mercury with the 12th overall pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft
San Antonio Stars 2017 34 26.6 4.8 9.6 .500 4.8 9.5 .500 1.8 2.8 .635 2.1 4.2 6.4 1.4 0.8 0.7 2.0 3.0 11.4
Phoenix Mercury 2016 26 7.5 1.2 2.3 .525 0.0 1.2 2.3 0.525 0.7 1.0 .680 0.7 1.2 1.8 0.0 0.4 0.1 0.7 1.4 3.1

Suffered a torn ACL in her right knee vs. Kentucky on Feb. 15 and missed the remainder of the season after playing 20 games in her senior campaign.
Actually appeared in 21 games, entering the Vanderbilt game with five seconds remaining on Senior Day to a standing ovation.
Notched 10 or more points on 14 occasions and 20-plus points on four occasions, including 25 vs. LSU. Began the season scoring 10-plus points in six of the first seven games she played, including five in a row (Lipscomb through Oregon State).
Led the team in rebounding on eight occasions, all of which she had 10 or more.
Earned All-SEC First Team honors for the second consecutive year, averaging 12.2 ppg and 8.6 rpg to lead the team.
Finished her senior campaign ninth on UT's all-time career blocks chart with 131, surpassing Chamique Holdsclaw (111).
Concluded her career with the sixth most double-doubles by a Lady Vol with a career total of 31, including seven as a senior.

Had a break-out junior season that earned her All-SEC First Team accolades as well as third team All-America recognition from Full Court and honorable mention status from Associated Press and the WBCA.
Set a Tennessee junior record with 18 double-doubles, passing the previous record holder, Chamique Holdsclaw, who had 16 in 1997-98.
Only Candace Parker had more double-doubles in a season with 21 as a sophomore in 2006-07.
From Dec. 14, 2014 to Jan. 9, 2014, posted seven-straight games with double-doubles, setting a Lady Vol program record for consecutive double-doubles. [Troy (13 pts., 12 rebs.), Tennessee State (12 pts., 11 rebs.), Stanford (10 pts., 13 rebs.), Lipscomb (26 pts., 15 rebs.), LSU (26 pts., 10 rebs.), Georgia (18 pts., 10 rebs.) and Ole Miss (16 pts., 10 rebs.)].
Scored in double figures in 31 of 35 contests, including 20 games in a row from Nov. 29-Feb. 20.
Racked up 20 contests with 10 or more rebounds.
Shot 57.7% from the field in 2013-14 and averaged 9.3 rpg. and 13.6 ppg. to rank first, second and 18th, respectively, in the SEC in those categories.
Finished her junior campaign 10th on UT's all-time career blocks chart with 105 in three seasons.
arned SEC Tournament MVP honors after leading UT to its 17th postseason league title, averaging 19.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game in the tourney.
Shot 59.1 percent (26-44) from the field in three SEC Tourney games.

Posted double-doubles in two of her first three games as a sophomore, establishing herself as a consistent inside scoring and rebounding threat for Tennessee.
Ended up posting six double-doubles on the season and notched double-digit scoring performances on 14 occasions and rebounding efforts 10 times.
Did so despite missing 10 games due to injuries to her right ankle (Texas - 1 game) left knee (Notre Dame - 6 games) and right knee (Texas A&M regular season - 3 games).
Posted career highs at South Carolina in UT's victorious SEC opener with 18 points, 14 rebounds and seven blocked shots in 35 minutes, and also added two steals and an assist while hitting nine of 12 shots from the field vs. the #18/15 Gamecocks. That blocks total vs. USC tied for fourth-highest ever by a Lady Vol.

Scored in double figures three times as a freshman while appearing in 30 games.
Ranked fifth on the team with 17 blocked shots.
Came off the bench against Chattanooga (1/3) to knock down a career-high 13 points against the Lady Mocs and tie her career best with five field goals in a season-best 20 minutes of duty.