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2011-2012 Women's Basketball Roster

Icelyn Elie

Class: JR-2L
Position: F
Height: 6-1
Previous School: Lebanon HS
Hometown: Lebanon, Tenn.

2011-12 (JUNIOR)
Garnered All-Sun Belt Second Team honors … Named to the All-Sun Belt Tournament Team, one of three Blue Raiders on the squad … Tabbed as a Preseason All-Sun Belt Second Team choice … Posted nine double-doubles on the campaign, including six in league play … Ranked second on the squad in rebounding and third in scoring … Paced the team with a 75.8 free throw percentage and listed second with a 48.9 field goal percentage ... Earned a spot among the Top 100 national statistics for field goal percentage (48th) … Rated among the overall conference leaders for offensive rebounds (second), rebounding and field goal percentage (fourth), free throw percentage (fifth), scoring and defensive rebounds (ninth), steals (10th) … Ranked in the Sun Belt games only statistics for rebounding and offensive rebounds (third), field goal percentage (fourth), defensive rebounds (tied for fourth), scoring (fifth), free throw percentage (eighth), minutes played (tied for ninth), steals (11th) and assists (14th) … Grabbed a program NCAA Tournament record-tying 16 rebounds at Vanderbilt (March 18), matching the effort in the same game with Ebony Rowe … The 16 boards equaled her career high, which she also attained in the regular-season meeting against UALR (Feb. 12) … Netted a career-best 29 points on a career-high tying 12 field goals made and a career-best 22 field goals attempted in the Sun Belt Tournament Championship game versus UALR (March 6) … Scored 19 of her points in the second half, equaling the entire Trojan output for the period … Dropped in a career-high three 3-pointers on four attempts, while tying her career best with three blocked shots in a career-high 45 minutes … Tallied double-digit points in 24 games and reached the 20-point plateau in eight contests … Registered a double-digit scoring streak of nine games, all in Sun Belt action, from at South Alabama (Jan. 21) through the regular-season finale at Western Kentucky (Feb. 26) … Finished with at least an 80.0 field goal percentage in three games, including against South Dakota State (Nov. 17) in the home opener (7-of-8, 87.5), against No. 6/6 Kentucky (Dec. 28) (9-of-11, 81.8) and at North Texas (Feb. 2) (6-of-7, 85.7) … Led all players with 23 points against the Wildcats … Buried a pair of triples on three attempts against South Alabama (Dec. 31) and at ULM (Feb. 23) … Knocked down all eight of her charity tosses against South Dakota State … Drained all seven of her free throws against Louisiana (Jan. 7) and then connected on 7-of-8 in the next game at FIU (Jan. 12) … Notched a 9-of-10 performance at the foul line at North Texas (Feb. 2) … Handed out a career-best tying five assists against FIU (Dec. 21) in the Sun Belt opener and at Troy (Jan. 5) … Tied her previous career high with three blocked shots against Western Kentucky (Feb. 8) and versus UALR … Swiped a career-best five steals at ETSU (Nov. 26) and at Troy.

2010-11 (SOPHOMORE)
Had a breakout campaign in which she appeared in all 31 games, earning a start in 23 ... Garnered a spot among the first five in the final 15 contests ... Finished the season third on the squad with 10.9 ppg and second with 5.8 rpg ... Topped the double-digit scoring plateau 15 times, including four times with at least 20 ... Named the Feb. 7 Sun Belt Player of the Week ... Averaged 24.5 points and 8.5 rebounds in a pair of home wins over ULM (Feb. 2) and South Alabama (Feb. 5) ... Tallied a season-high 28 points, hitting 12-of-14 field goals and 4-of-6 free throws, against the Warhawks to go along with eight rebounds, a career-best tying three blocked shots and an assist in a season-high 37 minutes ... Converted 8-of-13 field goals and 5-of-5 free throws for 21 points with a game-best nine caroms, a block and steal in 27 minutes against the Lady Jags ... Garnered All-UTSA Holiday Classic Team honors, joining Ebony Rowe as Blue Raider representatives ... Netted all 14 of her points versus Kansas State (Dec. 21) in the second half during the UTSA Holiday Classic ... Finished with three double-doubles, including two in conference action ... First double-double was a 25-point and career-high tying 16-rebound effort against James Madison (Dec. 12) ... Tallied a season-best 2-of-3 effort from 3-point territory against the Dukes ... Collected a dozen defensive boards among the 16 ... Added 14 points and 12 rebounds (10 defensive) for her second double-double at Florida Atlantic (Jan. 26) ... Final double-double was at Troy (Feb. 17) when she posted 23 points and hauled in 13 rebounds ... Stepped to the foul line a season-high eight times, making a career-best tying five, at Troy ... Contributed a 3-pointer in the regular-season finale against Western Kentucky (Feb. 27) and in the Sun Belt Tournament quarterfinal game versus Arkansas State (March 6).

2009-10 (FRESHMAN)
Saw action in 19 games, including 16 against Sun Belt foes ... Played a season-best 13 minutes against Louisiana (Jan. 3) and against New Orleans (Jan. 27) ... Was on the floor for 10 minutes at Arkansas State (Jan. 6) ... Registered four minutes in the Sun Belt Tournament Quarterfinals versus North Texas (March 7) ... Netted a season-high 11 points on 4-of-5 field goals and 3-of-4 free throws against Louisiana to go along with a season-best five rebounds ... Four of the five boards came on the offensive glass ... Tallied eight points at Arkansas State and six at New Orleans (Dec. 30) ... Her only field goal against South Alabama (Feb. 21) came with 23 seconds left and gave the Blue Raiders 100 points ... Hauled in a pair of offensive rebounds in her first collegiate contest at LSU (Nov. 18).

Selected for an AAU Junior Olympic team representing Tennessee in the 2008 AAU Junior Olympic Games in Auburn Hills, Mich., in 2008 ... Listed as high as No. 52 as a forward by ESPN.com ... Tabbed to the Tennessean's All-Midstate Third Team after averaging 19.7 ppg and nearly eight rebounds as a senior ... Finished as the East squad's leading scorer with 18 points at the 2009 Basketball Coaches Association of Tennessee All-Star Game ... Added 10 rebounds and three blocks for a double-double ... Named the 2009 District 7 3A MVP and to the all-district first team ... Netted a game-high 29 points with 12 boards in the district tournament opener against White County High ... Averaged 17 points and 7.5 rebounds as a junior ... Played AAU with the Tennessee Elite program ... State finalist in the pentathlon ... Earned a pair of top-10 finishes in the long jump and triple jump competitions.

Born Icelyn Meneé Elie on Jan. 23, 1991, in Nashville, Tenn. ... Daughter of Mary and Lester Elie ... Has five siblings: London (22), Hyland (19), Scotllyn (16), Ireland (14) and Asia (10) ... Majoring in exercise science.

2009-2010 Game-by-Game Stats
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2011-2012 Game-by-Game Stats
2012-2013 Game-by-Game Stats