Froling, Hives-McCray Record Double-Doubles In Loss
Three repeat winners highlight list of award winners
SMU Earns First Postseason Victory Since 2000
Simpson and Perry also named to All-Conference teams
Mustangs to honor its seniors prior to tipoff
2014-15 (Sophomore): Played in 20 games with 18 starts, averaging a team-high 30.4 minutes per game, before missing the rest of the season due to a back injury...Scored 158 points, averaging 7.9 points per game with 3.6 rebounds...Scored a career-high 16 points at Arizona State (12/6)...Shot 72.7 percent (8-of-11) from the field against the Sun Devils...Scored at least 10 points in six games...Posted a double-double with 10 points and a career-high 11 rebounds against North Texas (12/3)...Scored eight points at home against Connecticut (1/11), making a season-high two 3-pointers...Recorded a career-high nine assists against UCF (1/25)...Finished with a career-high five steals to go with 11 points against TCU (11/19)...Recorded a block in five of her last six games, posting 10 on the season...Led the team with 39 steals, despite playing in just 20 games.
2013-14 (Freshman): Named to the American Athletic Conference All-Freshman team... Was fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 7.9 points per game...Played in 32 games with 30 starts, averaging 28.6 minutes per game...Scored at least 10 points in three of the first four games, including two back-to-back 14-point performances...Finished third on the team with 60 assist...Led the Mustangs in rebounds three times, averaging 4.7 per game...Named Freshman of the Week in The American on Dec. 30...She scored at least 10 points 11 times this season, including seven conference games, and had a season-high 15 points against Memphis (1/7)...She finished with a double-double at Rutgers, scoring 10 points with 10 rebounds (1/11)...With 22 seconds left and the Mustangs leading by four, freshman Kiara Perry stole the ball at midcourt and made a fast break layup to give SMU a 70-64 lead with 18 seconds left, sealing the overtime win over rival TCU (11/13)...Connected on 101 field goals, including 12 triples, shooting 35.8 percent from the field.
Prep: Named Most Valuable Player after leading the Duncanville High School Pantherettes to their second straight 5A Texas State Championship and 70th consecutive win...Named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 5A All-State team in 2012...Averaged 11.1 points per game with 6.8 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 2.4 assists...Pulled down a game-high 15 rebounds in the state championship game win over Dekaney last season...Two-time all-district and academic all-district...Named Co-Best Offensive Player at Duncanville in 2012.