At Michigan -- Big Ten Player of the Week (Dec. 21)...Big Ten Freshmen of the Week (Dec. 21, March 1)...All-Big Ten Freshman Team (2010).... Hustle Award (2010)... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award (2010).
Freshman (2009-10)... Earned first varsity letter... Big Ten Player of the Week (Dec. 21)...Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Dec. 21, March 1)...All-Big Ten Freshman Team (2010)... Hustle Award (2010).... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award (2010)...First women's basketball player in Big Ten women's basketball history to be named Player and Freshmen of the Week (March 1)...First Wolverine to receive a Big Ten weekly award multiple times in one season since Lorea Feldman in 1986-86...Saw action in 35 games with 34 starts... Averaged 12.0 points (420 total) per game and 3.4 rebounds (119 total) during her freshman campaign... Averaged 29.9 minutes per game... Posted 24 games in double figure and tallied four games of 19 or more points... twice scored 20 or more points, including a career-high 27 points in a road victory at Minnesota (April 25), which was the most points scored by a Wolverine on the season... Grabbed a career-best nine rebounds in U-M's win over then-No. 8 Xavier (Dec. 14)... Led the Wolverines in free throw attempts (136/3.9 game), free throws made (93/ 2.7 game) and assists (107/ 3.1 game)... Became the first known freshman to record 100 rebounds and 100 assists in her freshman campaign... Her 117 assists is the most by a freshman since Anne Thorius' 133 during the 1997-98 season... Recorded eight assists against Virginia Tech (Dec. 3) which is believed to be the the most by a U-M freshman... In U-M's Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) victory over Toledo on (March 21) her six assists tied for second-most by a Wolverine in WNIT action....Concluded the season as one of the top two scoring freshman in the Big Ten... Also ranked 12th in assists (3.1) and 14th in steals (1.7)... Her 60 steal and 107 assists are both the second most for a Big Ten Freshman... Saw a career-best 40 minutes of action against Detroit (Dec. 19).
Prep ... Attended Winton Woods High School (2009), coached by Calvin Johnson and Tony Johnson ... Three-year letterwinner ... Earned Winton Woods Most Valuable Player and Best Defensive Player honors as a sophomore ... Two-time Winton Woods Female Athlete of the Year ... Named Winton Woods Female Career Athlete as a senior ... Led Winton Wood to two league championships ... Key Statistics ... averaged better than 11.7 points, 3.4 steals and 2.9 assists throughout her high school career ... Honors and Rankings ... Earned Fort Ancient Valley Conference second team honors as a sophomore ... named to OHSAA 16th District All-Star team during her sophomore campaign ... OHSAA 16th District first team selection as a junior ... Named 16th District Player of the Year as a senior ... Two-time Fort Ancient Valley (Buckeye Division) Player of the Year ... Two-time Cincinnati Enquirer Division I first team selection ... Named to the Associated Press All-Ohio first team as a senior and third team during her junior campaign ... Associated Press Southwest Player of the Year as a senior ... Named Greater Cincinnati Basketball High School Hall of Fame Co-Division I Player of the Year as a senior ... MVP of the Ohio North-South All-Star game during her senior season ... Finalist for the Associated Press Ohio Miss Basketball Award ... Finalist for the Larosa Female MVP as a senior ... Ranked No. 146 in the All-Star Girls Basketball Report ... No. 74 ESPN Insider Grade ... Other Sports ... Also competed in track and field ... State finalist in the 4 x 400 relay as a freshman ... City record holder in the 400m ... Two-time Fort Ancient Valley Conference first team selection ... Three-time state finalist in the 400m ... Cincinnati Enquirer track and field all-city first team.
Personal ... Dayeesha Christine Hollins was born August 1, 1991 ... daughter of Kahlil and Sharon Hollins ... Has one brother Keeno ... Enrolled in the School of Kinesiology ... Undeclared major.
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