2010-11 (SOPHOMORE) Garnered a start in 27 of the 31 games in which she played ... Lead the team with 159 assists and 63 steals, while ranking second with 1072 minutes played, 55 3-pointers made and 153 3-pointers attempted and fourth with 262 points (8.5 per game) ... Her 159 assists rank second in school history for a single season ... Ranked 30th nationally with 5.1 assists per game ... Listed among the overall Sun Belt leaders for assists (third), steals (sixth), 3-pointers made (sixth), 3-point field goal percentage (35.9, seventh), assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4, seventh) and minutes played (34.6, ninth) ... Placed among the conference-games only listings for assists (fourth), 3-point field goals made (fourth), 3-point field goal percentage (sixth), assist-to-turnover ratio (seventh), minutes played (seventh) and steals (t-11th) ... Netted a career-high 24 points in the home Sun Belt opener against North Texas (Jan. 5) ... Reached the 20-point plateau for the second-straight outing with 20, including a career-high tying five 3-pointers, at Louisiana (Jan. 8) ... The two games began a run of five straight and six of seven contests with double-digit points ... Knocked down five triples for all her points against FIU (Feb. 12) on a career-best 10 attempts from behind the line ... Initially hit five treys, on seven tries, against ETSU (Nov. 26) for 19 points ... Recorded her first career double-double with 11 points and a career-high tying 10 assists against Florida Atlantic (Jan. 12) ... Heaved a 35-foot one-armed shot just before the shot clock was set to expire against FIU ... Dished 10 assists against South Dakota State (Nov. 28) ... Handed out nine assist in back-to-back games at FIU (Jan. 29) and against ULM (Feb. 2) ... Attempted a career-high 13 field goals against ETSU and in the Sun Belt Tournament quarterfinal matchup versus Arkansas State (March 6) ... Converted 19 straight free throws early in the season before ending the campaign by making her last 10 tries ... Recorded a career-best seven rebounds, including six on the defensive glass, against Georgia (March 20) in the NCAA Tournament ... Finished the season with all but a half dozen of her boards coming on the defensive end ... Blocked at least one shot in five-straight games, from at Georgia Tech (Dec. 3) through versus St. Bonaventure (Dec. 20) at the UTSA Holiday Classic ... Added her sixth in seven contests at No. 11 Kentucky (Dec. 29) ... Swiped a career-high seven steals against South Dakota State.
Played in 30 games, all but one, during the season ... Only game missed was against No. 7 Tennessee (Nov. 25) ... Registered a career-high 18 minutes against New Orleans (Jan. 27) ... Was the only freshman to see action in all three Sun Belt Tournament games, versus North Texas (March 7), Western Kentucky (March 8) and UALR (March 9) and the NCAA Tournament matchup with Mississippi State (March 21) ... Was the only player off the bench to step onto the floor in the SBC Tournament outings ... Notched a career-best eight points against North Texas (Jan. 30), including draining her first two 3-pointers ... Only other triple came in the next game against Troy (Feb. 3) on her third-straight attempt from behind the arc ... Continued her hot play with a career-high five rebounds, four on the defensive glass, at South Alabama (Feb. 6) ... Was 2-of-2 at the line five times, including a pair at FIU (Feb. 24) to lift the Blue Raiders over the century mark ... Tied her career-best with three assists against the Golden Panthers ... Blocked a pair of shots with one each at South Alabama and versus UALR in the Sun Belt Tournament Championship.
Recognized as an Honorable Mention All-American by Street & Smith's ... Ranked as high as No. 25 as a guard by ESPN.com ... Nominated for the 2009 McDonald's All-American Game ... Named a 3A all-state pick by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) in 2007, 2008 and 2009 ... Tabbed as the TSWA Player of the Year in 2008 ... Surpassed former Olympic Gold Medalist and Kodak All-American Jennifer Azzi's school record for career assists by the end of her junior campaign ... Member of the Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association's East squad at the all-star game ... Led her high school to the state Final Four as a junior with a 34-2 record and No. 1 ranking in the state Associated Press poll during the campaign ... Selected as the 2007 and 2008 all-region tournament MVP ... Garnered 2008 district player of the year accolades while averaging 14 points and six assists ... Earned a spot on the All-Tournament of Champions Joe Smith Division squad in 2008 ... Was a member of the 2008 Kroger Holiday Classic all-tournament team ... Picked to the all-district team as a freshman in 2006 ... An Honorable Mention Prepxtra team choice by the Knoxville News-Sentinel in 2007 ... Played AAU for Tennessee Flight Silver ... Led the team to the 2008 Nike National Championships crown ... Voted her high school's Homecoming Queen ... Founded Hope Chest, a mentoring program for youth.
Born Kortni Hope Jones on June 17, 1991, in Oak Ridge, Tenn. ... Daughter of Carla and Alfred Jones ... Has three siblings: Nick (26), Jordan (22) and Julian (5) ... Major is undeclared.