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2016-17 Roster

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Bree Glover
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Guard
5-10 HS
Freshman
Glasgow, Ky.
Glasgow

High School:
•  Played her prep basketball at Glasgow High School in Glasgow, Kentucky … 5-10 wing player ranked 86th in her class and as the No. 14 ranked wing player in the class of 2016 according to ESPN HoopGurlz and earned a No. 30 ranking from Prospects Nation

• Courier Journal first team all-state selection as a senior. Led her high school team to the 2014 state championship and Region Four titles in 2012 and 2014

•  Senior year averaged 25 points, 10.2 rebounds, 3.9 blocks and 3.3 assists.  Led the Scotties to a 24-9 record and the Region Four final.  Set school records for career points (2,730), rebounds (1,611), blocks (626) and assists (528) . Set school records for points (51) and rebounds (22) in a game during her prep career

• As a junior became the all-time leading girls basketball player at Glasgow High School with over 1,800 career points

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Erika Sisk
5
Guard
5-9 2L
Senior
Oxford, Miss.
Murray State
Oxford

Junior Season (2015-16):
•  Averaged 8.0 points per game and 1.4 rebounds as a junior. Her 8.0 points per game ranked second on the team.

• Ranked fourth in the SEC and 83rd nationally in steals per game with 2.2. per game and 13th in SEC in assists per game with 2.8 per game

•  10 games in double figures on the year. Led the team in scoring on three occasions and in assists in 14 games.

• Has the distinction of scoring the last basket at Tad Smith Coliseum with a buzzer beater for a win over Vanderbilt on Jan. 3

• First 20+ outing this season with 23 points vs. McNeese State

• Career high in steals (8) vs. McNeese State

• Needs just 64 points to reach 1,000 career points.

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Cecilia Muhate
10
F/C
6-2 1L
Sophomore
Madrid, Spain
Arturo Soria

Freshman Season (2015-16):

• Averaged 2.1 points and 2.9 rebounds her freshman campaign

• Made 23 appearances and made first career start against Missouri State

• Career-high eight points at No. 2/2 South Carolina, went 4-of-4 from the floor

• Had a career-high nine rebounds vs. Florida

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Shequila Joseph
11
Forward
6-3 3L
Senior
London, England
Barking Abbey School

Junior Season (2015-16):

SEC Player of the Week (Jan. 26)

• Averaged 6.2 points and 4.2 rebounds in 30 appearances. Averaged 6.9 points per game in SEC action

• Six games in double figures with two games with double figure rebounds . Led Ole Miss in scoring on two occasions and in rebounding on three occasions

• Back-to-back games in double figures for the first time in her career with 16 against Middle Tennessee and 20 against Missouri State

• Fifth game in double figures with 21 points in win over No. 9 Kentucky; second 20-point outing of the season and third of her career. First Rebel to score 20+ at The Pavilion at Ole Miss. Her 21 points tied her career-best set in 2013-14 against Missouri; was 5-of-7 from 3-PT line which also ties her career high

• Grabbed first career double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds vs. Missouri State.

• Tied career-high with 10 rebounds at Arkansas;  hit the 10 rebound mark twice in 2015-16.

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Madinah Muhammad
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5-8 1L
Sophomore
Chicago, Ill.
Whitney Young

Freshman Season (2015-16):

• Averaged 7.5 points 1.4 rebounds in 30 appearances as a freshman. Made 21 starts – the most of any Ole Miss freshman

• Third leading scorer on the team and the top freshman scorer. Averaged 8.4 points per game against SEC foes, which trailed just Shandricka Sessom’s 13.4 points

• Posted double figure points on 11 occasions and led the team in scoring in four games

• Topped 20 points for the second time with 20 points vs. South Carolina (4-of-7 from 3-PT FG)

• 10 free throws vs. Mississippi State are the most by an Ole Miss player this season

• Averaging 8.2 ppg in games started with nine of 11 games in double figures coming in games she’s started

• Career-high in points (21) at Texas A&M;

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Chrishae Rowe
21
Guard
5-10 Transfer
Junior
Riverside, Calif.
Kentucky/Oregon

Before Ole Miss: 

• Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules. Rowe will be permitted to practice but will not be able to participate in games or travel with the team. She will be eligible for games following the fall semester of the 2016-17 season

Freshman Season (2013-14 at Oregon)

•  Pac-12 Freshman of the Year and earned All-Pac 12 honors

• Lead the Ducks in scoring  with 21.6 points in 32 games … Rowe’s 690 total points were the most by a freshman in Oregon history and the 12th most in Pac-12 single-season history

• Set the Oregon record for most points in a single game when she poured in 41 vs. Seattle University on Dec. 4, 2013 with 41

•  Posted three 35+ point games and four double-doubles.

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Shandricka Sessom
23
Guard
5-10 2L
Junior
Byhalia, Miss.
Byhalia

Sophomore Season (2015-16):

• C Spire Gillom Trophy finalist, awarded to top collegiate women’s basketball player in Mississippi 

• Averaged 15.6 points per game and 5.1 rebounds per game in 30 appearances. Ole Miss’ leading scorer in SEC play with 13.4 points per game against SEC foes. Posted a 10.3 scoring turnaround as a sophomore, averaged just 5.3 points as a freshman

• Ranked sixth in the SEC in scoring (15.6 ppg) and 10th in both field goal percentage (.373) and 3-PT FG’s made (1.7/game). Ranked 29th nationally in field goal attempts (502) … Set or tied seven career records as a sophomore

• Posted a team-best 25 games in double figures and led the team in scoring on 13 occasions .Tallied 17 games of five or more rebounds and led the team in redounding on four occasions

• Enters junior season on a 31-game scoring streak after scoring in every game played in 2015-16

•  Second consecutive double-double vs. McNeese State (22 points, 10 rebounds). Only player to record multiple double-doubles. Posted seven 20+ outings this season. Eight career games of 20+ points

• Career high 28 points against Arkansas-Pine Bluff and career-best 6 assists

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Bretta Hart
24
Forward
6-1 3L
Senior
Poplarville, Miss.
Bay

Junior Season (2015-16): 

• Averaged 4.7 points and 5.7 rebounds in 30 games as a junior.  Started nine game and made her first career start in the season opener vs. Mississippi Valley State

• Led the team in rebounding on six occasions and posted 5 or more rebounds on 15 occasions

• First career 20-point outing against Alabama A&M, second career game in double figures. Second game of double figure rebounds (18) vs. Western Kentucky, owns the No. 2 and No. 3 rebounding performances in the SEC in 2015-16  (19 vs. UL-Lafayette,18 vs. Western Kentucky)

• Career-high 19 rebounds vs. UL-Lafayette; first Ole Miss player with 19 rebounds since former Rebel Tia Faleru had 19 vs. Southern in 2014.

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Alissa Alston
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5-8 1L
Sophomore
New Haven, Conn.
Upper Room Christian Academy

Freshman Season (2015-16): 

•  Averaged 4.1 points per game and 1.7 rebounds per game in 29 appearances … Averaged 3.2 points per game against SEC opponents

•  Made three starts with first career start coming against Missouri State

• Four game in double figures. Led Ole Miss in assists on seven occasions

• Career-high 17 points vs. Florida; second consecutive game in double figures. Tallied a career-high 5 steals against Alabama A&M

• Scored in 22 of 29 games played this season

• Career high seven rebounds at Wagner

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Kate Rodgers
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Forward
6-2 HS
Freshman
Birmingham, Ala.
Wenonah HS

High School: 

• Rodgers played her high school basketball at Wenonah High School in Birmingham. 6-2 forward has a Top 50 ranking and is the No. 9 forward in the Class of 2016 according to Prospects Nation

• Averaged 11.1 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.2 blocks a game for the Class 5A three-time state champion Dragons. 2016 All-Metro Birmingham Player of the Year. Super Five selection

• Led her prep squad to a 121-20 in four years, including 65-3 over the past two seasons Rodgers is the reigning Alabama Sports Writers Association Class 5A Player of the Year and the AL.com Birmingham Region Player of the Year.  Averaged 7.9 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocks a game for the Class 5A two-time state champion Dragons as a junior

• As a junior, in the state tournament semifinals and championship, Rodgers scored 23 points, grabbed 20 rebounds, blocked 14 shots and added nine steals

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Shelby Gibson
42
Forward/Center
6-2 HS
Freshman
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Oakland HS

High School: 

• Gibson played her high school basketball at Oakland High school in Murfreesboro, Tennessee

• The 6-2 post player ranks ninth in her position group and has a top-60 ranking according to Prospects Nation. Four-year starter for the Oakland Patriots

• Earned Class AAA All-State honors from the Tennessee Sportswriters Association. As a junior led her team to the state championship where they fell to rival Blackman in double overtime

• Chose Ole Miss over Xavier, MTSU, Virginia Tech, Belmont … Also had offers from Michigan State and West Virginia.

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Torri Lewis
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5-11 1L
Sophomore
Olive Branch, Miss.
Home School

Freshman Season (2015-16): 

• Averaged 4.7 points per game and 1.1 rebounds per game in her freshman campaign. Scored 3.1 points per game against SEC foes

• Set Tad Smith Coliseum record for 3-PT FG’s with 10 vs. New Orleans; 10 is the most triples by a male or female at Tad Smith Coliseum (Marshall Henderson is the Ole Miss men’s record holder); owns the Ole Miss freshman record for 3-PT FG’s

• Career-best 36 points vs. New Orleans; first 30+ scorer for Ole Miss since Tia Faleru’s 31 points at Kentucky in 2013-14. 36 points tied for second most in SEC this season and is the second most by a freshman. Was six shy of the Tad Smith record for points (42) held by Bianca Thomas

• Her 36 points are the most by a freshman in their first career start and ranks sixth on Ole Miss’ single-game scoring list

• Her 10 three-pointers rank her No. 3 on the SEC single-game list and ties for No. 3 in the NCAA.

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Taylor Manuel
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Forward
6-4 Graduate Transfer
Senior
St. Louis, Mo.
Loyola Chicago

Junior Season (2015-16 at Loyola Chicago): 

•  First Team All-Missouri Valley Conference. Missouri Valley Conference All-Defensive Team

• 15.2 ppg (led team and ranked 7th in MVC), 7.8 rpg, which led team and ranked 3rd in MVC … 56.5 FG%, which led team and ranked 3rd in MVC and 15th nationally. 3.1 apg ranking second on team and sixth in MVC

• Scored season-high 28 points in 86-75 OT win at Eastern Illinois on Nov. 17 . Pulled down season-high 15 rebounds in 69-63 home win over Bradley on March 5

• Named MVC Player of the Week on Feb. 8 after averaging 20 points and 10 rebounds in wins over Southern Illinois and Evansville

•  Posted nine double-doubles on the year which ranked second in MVC

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