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Alicia Froling
Alicia  Froling

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Queensland, Australia

High School:
Australia Institute of Sport

Height:
6-3

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
01/31/1996

Experience:
1L


03/04/2016

SMU Eliminates UCF With Overtime Victory

Six Mustangs Score at Least 10 Points; Froling Records 14th Double-Double of Season

03/03/2016

Adams Named The American Newcomer of the Year, Froling Selected to All-Conference Third Team

Adams named conference Newcomer of the Year; Froling Named to All-Conference Third Team

02/29/2016

SMU Falls At East Carolina; Will Be No. 7 Seed For American Athletic Conference Tournament

Alicia Froling Set the SMU single-season rebound record

02/27/2016

SMU Falls To Houston In Rhonda Rompola's Final Home Game

Rompola Ends Career With 239-95 Record At Home

02/20/2016

SMU Falls At UCF, 66-54

Adams, Froling Record Double-Digit Scoring Performances

2015-16 (Sophomore): Named to the All-American Athletic Conference Second Team…Started 29 games, while playing in all 31…Averaged 12.3 points, 18th in The American and 10.6 rebounds, second in the conference, and was one of just three players in the league to average a double-double…Led The American with 328 rebounds, setting an SMU single-season record…Recorded 14 double-doubles, second most in a season at SMU…Scored a career-high 33 points at Cincinnati (1/27), going 13-for-26 from the field, and had 22 rebounds, an SMU single-season record, becoming the first player in program history to score at least 30 points and grab at least 20 rebounds in both the same game and a career…Scored at least 20 points four times…Had 21 rebounds and scored 14 points against then-No. 15/16 Texas A&M…Had 42 blocks and 35 assists…Shot 47.2 percent from the field (143-of-303), and 78.2 percent from the free-throw line (86-of-110).

2014-15 (Freshman): American Athletic Conference All-Freshman Team...Played in all 30 games with 28 starts, averaging 28.5 minutes...Led the Mustangs and ranked 16th in the American Athletic Conference with 11.5 points per game, scoring 346 during her first collegiate season...Became the first freshman to lead the Mustangs in scoring since Janielle Dodds in 2004-05...Scored a season-high 27 points at UCF (2/7), going 10-of-16 from the field...Also scored 21 points at Tulsa (1/28), and 20 points at Temple (12/30)...Scored at least 10 points 20 times...Posted five double-doubles, including back-to-back double-doubles against UCF (1/25) and at Tulsa (1/28)...Grabbed a season-high 15 rebounds twice, against Texas A&M (12/9) and at Tulsa (1/28)...Averaged 7.2 rebounds per game, ranking ninth in The American...Set an SMU freshman-record with 54 blocks, second all-time in a season at SMU...Had four blocks in a game three times, against North Texas (12/3), against Texas A&M (12/9), and at Temple (12/30)...Also had 19 assists and 19 steals this season.

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High School: Attended UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra, while competing at the Australian Institute of Sport...Also played for Queensland North, leading the team to a 2013 national championship in the U18 division...Represented Australia on the U17 team at the 2012 FIBA World Championships...Won a bronze medal as a member of the U19 Australia National Team at the 2013 FIBA World Championships.

Personal: Full name is Alicia Sue Froling... Born Jan. 31, 1996...Daughter of Shane and Jenny Froling...Both parents played basketball in Australian leagues...Twin sister Keely also plays basketball at SMU...Says there are a lot of adjustments to moving to Dallas, especially living in a different country...Listens to every type of music...Favorite foods are lamb roast and chocolate...Favorite color is blue...Has yet to declare a major.

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