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Tina Roy
Tina Roy

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Kaplan, La.

High School:
Kaplan

Height:
5-11

Position:
G


2012-13 Gamecock Spotlight Video

Career Highlights

Two-Time SEC Academic Honor Roll (2012, 2013)

Junior Year (2013-14)
Played in all 34 games with one start (at Charlotte) ... grabbed three offensive boards among her four against CSU Northridge (Mar. 23) in NCAA Tournament ... averaged 6.5 points on 45.5 percent shooting at SEC Tournament (two games) ... netted five straight points to kick off 13-0 run in SEC Tournament quarterfinal against Georgia (Mar. 7) after Lady Bulldogs had closed to within five midway through first half ... scored six first-half points at #19/17 LSU (Feb. 16), including a 3 at end of 13-2 run to end the period ... capped a 10-0 run with a 3-pointer in the first half against Arkansas (Feb. 9) ... played fantastic all-around game to help Gamecocks to win at Mississippi State (Feb. 6) with career-high eight rebounds including one on defensive end after three Bulldog offensive boards with under four minutes left, then hit a 3 at end of the shot clock to turn tenuous four-point lead into manageable seven-point edge ... tied her career SEC high with three assists against Alabama (Jan. 19) ... hit a 3 from the left side to tie game at Auburn (Jan. 12) late in the first half after Gamecocks had trailed by 12 midway through period ... posted best game of season against #9/10 Kentucky, scoring 11 points - all in her 12 minutes on the court in the first half - including nine during a 21-8 run that turned a one-point deficit at the 10-minute mark into a 10-point halftime lead ... played a strong all-around game against Vanderbilt (Jan. 5), logging a career-high 31 minutes, including key moments in the second half to handle the Commodores pressure ... drew her first career start at Charlotte (Dec. 8) ... made solid contributions against NC Central (Dec. 2) with five assists and a career-high six rebounds ... found her shooting stroke in two games on the West Coast, including 11 points at USC (Nov. 25) on 3-of-5 accuracy and a pair of 3s at San Diego State (Nov. 23) ... opened the season with a career-high seven assists against Charleston Southern (Nov. 8).

Sophomore Year (2012-13)
Suffered a knee injury in the summer and surgery kept her out for the season ... named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman Year (2011-12)
Played in 34 games ... was second on team in 3-pointers made ... was the team's top scorer twice (Presbyterian, SC State) and handed out the most assists once (vs. Alabama) ... scored in double figures five times ... capped sharp-shooting first half of NCAA Tournament first-round win over Eastern Michigan with a 3-pointer just before halftime ... was third on team with 8.7 points per game in SEC Tournament ... hit one of her two 3s to give team an early lead in SEC Tournament semifinal against #13/10 Tennessee ... gave team four-point halftime lead with late 3 in SEC Tournament second round vs. #16/15 Georgia ... hit back-to-back 3-pointers to cap a 22-4 run in the final 10 minutes of the first half in the SEC Tournament first-round win over Alabama, while tying her career highs in assists and minutes played ... shot 3-of-5 from 3-point range against Florida, including two in the final three minutes of the first half to help build a 10-point halftime lead ... pulled down career-high five rebounds at LSU, including three on the offensive end ... scored 10 points in her SEC debut against Alabama ... shot 5-of-9 from 3-point range en route to 15 points against Presbyterian (Nov. 27), playing a season-high 22 minutes

High School
Earned four letters for Coach Danielle Greene's Pirates... earned 2011 Farm Bureau/Miss Basketball honors from the Louisiana Sports Writers Association after turning in 31.3 points and 20.0 rebounds per game as a senior ... was a three-time Class 3A all-state selection (2009, 2010, 2011) and was twice named Class 3A MVP (2010, 2011) ... finished her career at Kaplan with 2,646 points and 1,941 rebounds ... picked up four district MVP and parish MVP awards in her career.

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