2010-11 (SOPHOMORE) Appeared in 18 games, including seven Sun Belt contests before being sidelined with season-ending injury in early February ... Set a career high with eight points in the season opener against USF (Nov. 14) before matching it in the next home game, against ETSU (Nov. 26) ... Posted six points against Florida Atlantic (Jan. 12) ... Hauled in a career-best six rebounds, four on the defensive glass, against No. 4/5 Xavier (Dec. 9) ... Grabbed five rebounds against Troy (Jan. 19) Equaled a career high with two blocked shots at South Alabama (Jan. 2) in the Sun Belt opener ... Converted both of her free throw attempts against USF, against ETSU and at Florida Atlantic (Jan. 26).
Played in 24 games, which included 16 Sun Belt contests ... Compiled double-digit minutes in six outings with a career-high 18 against New Orleans (Jan. 27) ... Saw time in the Sun Belt Tournament Quarterfinals versus North Texas (March 7) ... Scored her first career points on her first attempt at LSU (Nov. 18) ... Recorded a career-best seven points against Tennessee Tech (Nov. 28) ... Added four boards, all on the offensive glass, against the Golden Eagles ... Grabbed a career-high five caroms in three tilts, including at New Orleans (Dec. 30), against FIU (Jan. 13) and against North Texas (Jan. 30) ... Blocked a pair of shots in contests against Louisiana (Jan. 3) and against North Texas ... Swiped two steals at Xavier (Dec. 3), against FIU and against New Orleans.
A nominee for the 2009 McDonald's All-American Game ... Listed as high as the No. 39 wing nationally by ESPN.com ... Picked to the 2008 and 2009 2A Tennessee Sports Writers all-state team ... Played on the East squad at the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association's All-Star game in 2009 ... Named to the all-area first team by the Daily News Journal as a senior after averaging 17.2 points, 6.4 rebounds and 2.2 blocks while shooting 73 percent from the field in leading her team to the regional title and state sectional appearance ... Received the DNJ's All-Sports Awards Girls Athlete of the Year honor in 2009 ... Earned All-Midstate First Team honors by the Tennessean ... Finished her career as the school's all-time leader in blocks ... Her high school also reached the 2008 3A state tournament as she averaged 14.8 points and 6.3 rebounds ... ... Competed with her high school's volleyball squad since her junior campaign, finishing as its all-time leader in blocks ... Garnered all-district tournament accolades ... Played AAU with the Tennessee Flight Silver.
Born Dymon LaMonica Raynor on Oct. 22, 1990, in Honolulu, Hawai'i ... Daughter of Robert and Dewana Raynor ... Has one sibling, Jayla (14) ... Majoring in accounting.