R-Junior Year (2005-06)
Coaches say she could be a player to watch this year, as she excelled during the Gamecocks' exhibition tour of Europe ... One of the best passers on the team.
R-Sophomore Year (2004-05)
Columbia native and Tennessee-Chattanooga transfer was a key contributor in Carolina's win over Kentucky, scoring 13 points and grabbing a career-high seven rebounds ... Played well against Florida A&M on Dec. 14, scoring a career-high 14 points and dishing out five assists in only 17 minutes of action ... Added 13 points and four rebounds against Seton Hall in the championship game of the Carolina Classic ... Fired up 14 three-point attempts in that contest ... Is not afraid to shoot the ball from well beyond NBA range ... Scored 13 points at Virginia and was the only Gamecock in double-figures against the Cavaliers ... Earned her first career start against South Carolina State, scoring eight points and dishing out four assists ... Distributed a career-high eight assists vs. Birmingham Southern.
Redshirt Year (2003-04)
Sat out the 2003-04 season per NCAA transfer rules.
Transferred from the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga ... Played in 27 games at point guard as a freshman in 2002-03 ... Missed the last four games of the season after suffering a stress fracture in her right foot ... Averaged 3.0 points, 1.2 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game ... Passed 41 assists during the year ... Scored a career-high 14 points in only 14 minutes to lead the Mocs over Furman ... Nailed four-of-five three-pointers in the game ... Also scored in double figures at Wofford with 11 points ... Passed six assists against Wofford and later against East Tennessee State ... Recorded four rebound-games twice (vs. Samford and at Furman) ... Snatched a career-best three steals at Wofford ... Named to the UTC Dean's List for Fall 2002.
Graduated from Columbia High School where she served as the team captain during her senior year ... Averaged 24 points, 8.3 rebounds and 6.3 assists to lead the team to a 23-3 record during the 2001-02 season ... The Capitals finished as the runner-up in the 2002 South Carolina State Championship ... Finalist as a senior for the Miss South Carolina Basketball Award ... Played in the North/South All-Star Game as a senior ... Honorable Mention McDonald's All-American Team ... A proud member of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Born on Nov. 14, 1983, in Columbia, S.C. ... Full name is Angela Bettrice Hunter ... Parents are Anthony and Betty Hunter ... Has one brother, Anthony Jr., and an older sister, Kim ... Credits both Michael Jordan and her brother Anthony for her love of basketball ... Most people don't know that she loves tennis ... Admires her parents, because of their love, dedication and hard work ethic ... Hopes to one day be on the cover of "Sports Illustrated" ... Her best non-athletic talent is playing the piano ... If not playing basketball, she can be found shopping ... Says that Allen Iverson is one person she'd really like to meet ... Her favorite movie is "Love and Basketball" ... Her favorite place to visit is Hawaii ... Loves the color light blue ... Her favorite food is chicken and her favorite dessert is ice cream ... After graduation, she plans to play in the WNBA ... If the WNBA doesn't work out, she would most like to be a professional team manager or a college coach ... Majoring in sport and entertainment management.
HUNTERS CAREER STATISTICS
HUNTER CAREER HIGHS
|POINTS||14 vs. Florida A&M, 12/14/04|
|MINUTES PLAYED||36 vs. Auburn, 2/6/05||REBOUNDS||7 vs. Kentucky, 2/24/05|
|ASSISTS||8 vs. Birmingham Southern, 12/20/04|
|STEALS||3 vs. Birmingham Southern, 12/20/04|