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Korina Baker
Korina Baker

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Valleyford, Wash.

Last College:
North Idaho College

Height:
5-7

Position:
Guard

Experience:
1L


03/23/2014

Mays Sets Scoring Record As SMU Falls At Minnesota, 77-70

Mustangs' Comeback Bid Falls Short In Second Round of WNIT

03/20/2014

Mustangs Top Texas Southern, 84-72, In First Round Of WNIT

SMU Earns First Postseason Victory Since 2000

03/03/2014

SMU-UCF Game Scheduled For Tuesday At 10 a.m. - Admission Is Free!

Mustang Seniors Will Be Honored Before Home Finale

03/02/2014

SMU WBB Hosts UCF In Regular-Season Finale

Mustangs to honor its seniors prior to tipoff

03/19/2013

Mustangs Face Bowling Green State In WNIT First Round

Two teams meet for first time Thursday at 6 p.m. CT

2013-14 (Senior): Started 31 of 32 games, averaging 29.1 minutes per game...Finished the season fifth in The American with 3.8 assists per game, and was one of 14 players with at least 100, handing out 122 assists to lead the team...Ranked eighth in assists/turnover ratio at 1.3 for The American......Averaged 5.8 points and 2.2 rebounds per game...Matched her career high with 17 points and passed out six assists against UCF (3/4)...Scored in double figures three times and scored five or more points 22 times, including 12 times against American opponents...Finished with 14 points against Louisville (1/19) making four three-pointers in the contest...Finished second on the team in steals with 36...Tallied a season-high eight assists in a conference win against Memphis (2/22)...Connected on 62 field goals, including 32 from beyond the arc.

2012-13 Baker Game by Game Get Acrobat Reader

2012-13 (Junior): Started all 31 games during her first season on the Hilltop...Finished the season seventh in Conference USA with 3.5 assists per game, and was one of nine players with at least 100, handing out 110 assists on the season...Third in C-USA and in the top 100 in the NCAA in assists/turnover ratio...Fifth in the league in 3-point shooting, knocking down 34.5 percent from behind the arc...Averaged 5.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per game...Scored a season-high 17 points with a season-high five 3-point field goals in a win against UCF (1/13)...Scored at least 10 points seven times, including five times against C-USA opponents and twice against the Knights...Finished with 12 points at TCU with four 3-pointers...Recorded a season-high nine assists in a one-point win against Montana State in the championship game of the SMU Thanksgiving Tournament (11/24)...Had at least five assists in eight games...Recorded five steals in a win at Southern Miss (1/17).

North Idaho College: Played two seasons, leading North Idaho to its first National Championship in school history as a freshman...Named to All-America second team and All-Scenic West Athletic Conference first team as a sophomore...Led the conference last season with 88 steals, averaging 3.0 per game, and was fifth in scoring with 12.4 points per game...Named North Idaho College Female Athlete of the Year...Earned team Defensive MVP and Most Inspirational Player awards.

High School: Four-year letter winner for head coach Ashlee Taylor at Freeman High School in Valleyford, Wash....Led Freeman to its first State Championship in school history as a senior...Named WIAA Tournament MVP and WIAA All-Star Game MVP...Named team MVP as a junior, and led Freeman to a third-place finish in the WIAA tournament...Also lettered in softball and soccer.

Personal: Daughter of Barry and Laurie Baker...Born on March 21, 1992...Has two older sisters, Jessica and Melissa...Favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant...Favorite actress is Jennifer Anniston...Favorite color is yellow...Major is markets and culture.

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