2011-12 a-state women’s basketball for an opponent was 13 points scored by Texas-Pan American during the 1993 season.
Shay Scott tallied 1,320 points, 958 rebounds, 106 steals and 103 blocked shots in her career. She was one of only 32 active players in the nation to have reached 1,000 points and triple digits in rebounds and steals. When she reached triple digits in blocks with a pair against North Texas Feb. 23, she became just the second player at ASU to reach 1,000 points, 900 rebounds, 100 blocks and 100 steals in their career. Former Red Wolf Adrianne Davie (2003-07) is the only other ASU player to accomplish the feat, finishing her career with 1,978 points, 1,147 rebounds, 132 blocks and 109 steals. Davie finished her career as the ASU leader in rebounding and blocked shots and still holds those two records. She also topped the century mark in career assists, finishing with 105.
30 FOR SCOTT: Shay Scott notched her 30th career double-double, and 12th of the season by finishing with 15 points, 11 rebounds, three blocks and two assists in the Red Wolves 62-53 win over Denver Feb. 5. Scott went to the locker room scoreless at the half, but responded after the break by hitting 7-of-10 shots from the field to help ASU hold off the Pioneers in the second half. Scott’s 15 points moved her into the top-10 on the ASU career scoring chart with 1,233 points, her 11 rebounds gave her an even 900 for her career and her three blocked shots made moved her into the No. 2 spot on the career blocked shots charts with 97. She has since increased her double-double total to 32 and 14 following ASU’s 54-51 win over UALR Feb. 26. Scott’s rebounding average of 9.4 per game ranks 44th nationally and her 13 double-doubles are 18th-best in the nation.
CLAMPING DOWN: Arkansas State’s defensive effort in the first half against Denver Feb. 5 led to a new record-low for points scored in a half at the ASU Convocation Center. The Red Wolves held the Pioneers to just 10 points in the first half of ASU’s 62-53 victory, bettering the old mark that had been in place for 15 years. The previous low was 11 points, set by ASU against Louisiana Tech in 1996, and the previous low
STEALING THE SHOW: Heading into the final regular-season game, Arkansas State is leading the league in steals per game (10.3) and turnover margin (+4.1). Junior guard NeNe Hurst is first in the league in steals, averaging 2.4 per game, with senior guard Jazmine Taylor ranking fifth at 2.1 steals per game and sophomore Quinishia McDowell ranking 10th at 1.9 per game. The three guards have helped the Red Wolves to a No. 48 ranking nationally in team steals. The Red Wolves’ three-point field goal percentage defense is also ranked 9th nationally, and their turnover margin is 29th in the nation. TOE-ING THE LINE: Arkansas State shot a seasonhigh 77.3 percent from the free throw line in it’s 62-59 overtime win at North Texas Jan. 22. The Red Wolves hit 17-of-22 shots from the line in the game, including 13-of-15 in the first half that helped ASU erase a 16point deficit against the Mean Green. FIRST FOR HURST: Junior guard NeNe Hurst recorded her first career double-double to lead the Red Wolves to a 62-59 overtime victory Jan. 22 at North Texas. Hurst finished the game with 15 points and 11 rebounds, and also added four steals, three assists and a blocked shot. SETTING NEW HIGHS: Arkansas State shot a season-high .468 from the floor Jan. 12 in its 80-70 victory over Louisiana-Lafayette, and the Red Wolves’ 80 points tied for the most scored in any game this season. Their 80 points were also the most scored in a game that ended in regulation. The Red Wolves also notched 18 steals against the Ragin’ Cajuns, which was a season-high.
Sophomore forward Jane Morrill is expected to play a key role for the Red Wolves this season after playing in all 32 games as a true freshman a year ago. She shot a team-best .412 from beyond the three-point arc last season and averaged 6.1 points and 3.0 rebounds.
2011-12 asu women’s basketball reference guide
2011-12 Women's Basketball Reference Guide