Recapping team and individual honors for the Gamecocks.
Gamecocks rank second behind only Georgia
Ieasia Walker swipes five steals to become just 13th Gamecock all-time to record 200 in her career.
Career HighlightsTwo-Time SEC Academic Honor Roll (2013, 2014)
Senior Year (2013-14)
Played in 30 games, drawing first career start on Senior Day against Georgia ... saw action in two NCAA Tournament contests and both SEC Tournament games ... tied career high with two blocks against Georgia (Feb. 27) ... grabbed offensive rebound and hit baseline jumper to keep Gamecocks in front late in first half at Vanderbilt (Jan. 26) despite three starters on bench with foul trouble ... posted her career SEC high with six points in just nine minutes against Alabama (Jan. 19) ... saw a season-high 23 minutes against NC Central (Dec. 2) ... snagged a career-high eight rebounds against College of Charleston (Nov. 14) ... opened season with seven points on 2-of-4 shooting, including a 3, and blocked two shots against Charleston Southern (Nov. 8) ... named to the SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll.
Junior Year (2012-13)
Played in all but four games ... scored in double figures two times ... hit back-to-back baseline jumpers at Missouri (Feb. 28) to help loosen up the zone in the second half ... buried a 3-pointer to cap a 25-5 first-half surge against Vanderbilt (Jan. 10) and handed out a pair of assists ... swatted away a pair of shots against Furman (Dec. 9) while contributing 10 points to the offensive effort ... grabbed five of her six rebounds against Savannah State (Nov. 15) on the offensive end, helping her to nine points ... scored eight of her 10 points at Louisiana Tech (Nov. 12) during an 11-5 second-half run that put the game out of reach ... named to the SEC Winter Honor Roll.
Prior to South Carolina
Played two seasons for Jim Rowland's Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College Lady Norse ... earned Third-Team All-America honors from NJCAA behind team-best 18.6 points and 8.2 rebounds per game ... helped team to Region II Tournament title and spot in the NJCAA National Tournament ... named Region II MVP for both the regular season and the tournament... graduated from Lycée Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves in Nice, France, before pursuing her college basketball career in the United States.