Earned 24 starts among the 30 games in which she played ... Started all 14 league games in which she saw action ... Averaged 7.7 ppg and 5.7 rpg, ranking 20th in the Sun Belt in rebounding ... Raised her averages to 9.1 points and 6.4 rebounds in Sun Belt action ... Also among the league's leaders for overall games with 4.10 defensive rebounds per game (15th) ... Listed at 12th with 1.71 steals per game, 15th with 2.64 assists per game and 17th with 6.4 rebounds per game in Sun Belt contests only ... Finished second on the team with 170 boards ... Led the team in rebounding in eight contests ... Placed fourth among Blue Raiders with 45 steals and nine blocked shots ... Tallied consecutive double-doubles with a career-high tying 20 points and 10 rebounds against Florida Atlantic (Jan. 7) then added 14 points and 11 rebounds against Florida International (Jan. 11) ... Posted her first double-double (15 pts., 13 rebs.) of the campaign at Western Carolina (Dec. 7) ... Joined Brandi Brown (13 pts., 10 rebs.) against FAU, becoming only the second set of teammates under Coach Insell at MT to post a double-double in the same game ... Her double-double in the next game against FIU was joined by Alysha Clark's 18 pts., 11 rebs., to mark the third time in the Insell era (2005-present) it has happened ... Only other time was Feb. 22, 2007, when Chrissy Givens and Krystle Horton accomplished the feat at Troy ... Grabbed a team-high 11 rebounds against Chattanooga (Nov. 25) ... Nearly had three more double-doubles with 20 pts., nine caroms against Troy (Dec. 20), nine pts., 10 rebounds at Western Kentucky (Jan. 14) and 15 pts., nine boards against Arkansas State (Jan. 21) ... Her 20 points against Troy were benefited from a 6-of-7 effort from 3-point territory, setting career highs for triples made and attempted ... Netted eight of the team's first 10 points and combined with Brown for 19 of the 23 first-half points in the overtime win at UALR (Jan. 17) ... Dished a career-best seven assists with a career-high 17 field goal attempts against Florida International ... Was one of only two Blue Raiders, joining Molly McFadden, to attempt free throws against Louisiana-Lafayette (Jan. 28) ... Missed the final four regular-season games due to a left foot injury ... Returned to action at the Sun Belt Conference Tournament, playing 12 minutes in the quarterfinal contest versus New Orleans (March 7) ... Was the only player off the bench to see action in the Sun Belt Championship versus UALR (March 10).
Started 26 contests, while seeing action in all 34 ... Averaged 5.5 points and 5.9 rebounds per game ... Raised her averages to 6.3 points and 6.7 boards per game against Sun Belt competition ... Finished second on the team in rebounding ... Converted 73.4 percent (47-of-64) of her free throws and knocked down 15 triples in 22.5 minutes per game ... Ranked 12th in offensive rebounding (2.32) and 17th in the Sun Belt in total rebounding ... Was the team's top rebounder in eight games ... Reached double figure scoring in five games, matching the times she collected at least 10 caroms ... Hauled in a career-high 15 boards against Florida Atlantic (Jan. 10) ... Cleaned the glass with 12 rebounds against No. 8 LSU (Dec. 28), 11 against Denver (Jan. 6), 10 against North Texas (Jan. 26) and 10 against Western Carolina (March 19) in the Postseason WNIT First Round ... Added 17 points against Denver and 14 against Florida Atlantic for her first two career double-doubles ... Registered 14 points at Austin Peay (Dec. 15), 11 at Florida International (Feb. 9) and 11 versus Western Kentucky (March 11) in the Sun Belt Championship.
Six-year letterwinner for coach Pam Euton at Rose Hill Christian School ... As a senior, named the No. 2 player in the state by the Lexington Herald-Leader and was a Miss Basketball finalist as a senior ... Selected to the Kentucky All-Star Team and named a McDonald's High School All-American candidate ... Voted first team all-state by the Louisville Courier-Journal, Lexington Herald-Leader and the Associated Press ... Added Area Player of the Year accolades by the Ashland Daily Independent ... Averaged 22.1 points, 11.8 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 3.5 steals per game ... Scored 2,907 points and grabbed 1,513 rebounds in her career, ranking first all-time in school history and also first in Region 16 ... Led Rose Hill to its second straight Sweet 16 appearance ... Played on the varsity team as a sixth grader and made the District 64 All-Tournament Team in seventh grade ... Started for the varsity in eighth grade, again earning District 64 All-Tournament Team honors as well as Region 16 Class A All-Tournament accolades ... Garnered District 64 All-Tournament Team honors as well as Region 16 Class A All-Tournament accolades and all-area recognition by the Ashland Daily Independent from 2004-07 ... As a freshman, voted to the Queen of the Bluegrass All-Tournament Team, set the overall school record for points in a game (46 on February 24, 2004), posted a quadruple double (26 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals on November 3, 2003), averaged 24.7 points, 13.2 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.1 steals per game and voted Honorable Mention all-state by the Louisville Courier-Journal ... As a sophomore, set school records for 3-pointers in a game (seven on February 24, 2005) and rebounds in a game (26 on December 27, 2004), averaged 21.9 points, 11.3 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.4 steals per game and voted Honorable Mention all-state by the Louisville Courier-Journal and the Associated Press ... As a junior, named the top player in the region by the Ashland Daily Independent ... Voted All-Tournament at the Owensboro Classic ... Also garnered all-tournament honors at the Class A State Tournament, where Rose Hill reached the semifinals, and averaged 16.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 3.0 steals per game ... Rose Hill also reached the Kentucky Sweet 16 State Tournament for the first time in school history, making it all the way to the title game before losing to Lexington Catholic and becoming the smallest school to ever play in the state championship game ... Voted second team all-state by the Louisville Courier-Journal ... Also earned Third Team All-America honors from the National Christian School Athletic Association ... Also the ninth leading rebounder in the history of the state ... Voted all-area in soccer as a freshman, sophomore and junior before giving up the sport to focus full-time on basketball as a senior ... Lettered three years in soccer and track ... Graduated with honors ... Member of Youth Leadership, FBLA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Beta Club.
Born Emily Anne Queen on Sept. 14, 1988, in Huntington, W.Va. ... Daughter of Rob and Kari Queen ... Has three siblings, Richard (25), Sarah (23) and Michael (14).