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2011-12 Michigan Women's Basketball Roster
Sixty Wolverines Named to Winter Academic All-Big Ten Team
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Carmen Reynolds is interviewed.
At Michigan ... Most Improved Player (2009) ... All-Big Ten Honorable Mention (2010) ... Academic All-Big Ten (2010-12) ... Big Ten Sportsmanship Award (2010) ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award winner (2010-11).
Junior (2010-11) ... Earned third varsity letter ... Academic All-Big Ten ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award winner ... Started all 30 games, averaging 10.0 (300 total) points per game and 4.3 (129 total) rebounds per game ... Scored a season-high 25 points against Wake Forest (Dec. 5) ... Posted 12 games in double figures on the season ... Scored 20 or more points twice: 25 at Wake Forest and 20 against Wisconsin (Jan. 16) ... Recorded a team-best 10 rebounds against Iowa (Jan. 2) for her second career double-figure rebounding game ... Set a new career-high with seven assists against Xavier (Nov. 15) ... Hit 51 three-pointers on the season which ranks No. 6 on U-M's single-season list ... Led the Wolverines in three-point field goals made (51) and was second on the team in three-point field goal percentage (.362) ... Hit a season-best five three-pointers in a game twice: against Indiana (Feb. 16) and Wake Forest .. Tied her career-best with four steals in a road win over Ohio State (Jan. 27).
Sophomore (2009-10) ... Earned second varsity letter ... Earned All Big-Ten honorable mention ... Academic All-Big Ten honors ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award ... Victory Hoops Club Award ... Set single season record for three-point field goals made in a season with 85 ... First year starter ... Saw action in all 35 games, averaging 13.1 (459 total) points and 4.4 (155 total) rebounds per game ... Averaged a team-best 13.3 points per game in Big Ten action ... Scored a career-high 26 points against Syracuse (March 28) in the quarterfinals of the Women's National Invitation Tournament (WNIT) ... Scored in double-figures 27 times and in each of U-M's last seven games ... Tallied five games of 20 or more points, becoming the first player since the 2005-06 season to have at least four games of 20 or more points in one season ... Recorded first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds against Iowa (Dec. 6) ... Made six three-point field goals against Syracuse, tying for the most three-pointers by a Wolverine in a single-game ... Concluded the Big Ten season ranked sixth in field goal percentage (.466) on 135-of-290 shooting, third in three-point field goals made with 2.27 per game and 15th in scoring (13.1) ... Her 191 three-point field goal attempts also ranks third most in a single season and her .445 three point field goal percentage is second best for a single season ... Her .445 three-point field goal percentage was good for 10th in the nation during the 2009-10 season ... Posted a new career-high in minutes played against Penn State (Feb. 18) with 40 minutes of action.
Freshman (2008-09) ... Earned first varsity letter ... Named Most Improved Player ... Saw action in 22 games ... Averaged 6.1 points and 2.6 rebounds in 18.9 minutes per game ... Made collegiate debut against Akron (Nov. 17) ... Scored a career-high 20 points against Penn State (Feb. 9) ... Also set career highs in field goals (8), field goal attempts (16), three-point field goals (4), three point field goal attempts (7) against Penn State ... Was in double figures in five games on the season ... Posted a career-high seven rebounds against Michigan State (Feb. 19) ... Set new career highs in free throws (4), free throws attempted (5) and assists (3) against Wisconsin (Feb. 1) ... Played a season-high 33 minutes against Michigan State (Feb. 19) ... Led the team in scoring in two games: Penn State (Feb. 9) and Minnesota (Feb. 15) .. Posted a season-best three assists against Wisconsin (Feb. 1) ... Recorded a season-best two blocks against Penn State (Feb. 9).
Prep... Attended Davidson High School (2008), coached by Lisa Cady ... Four-year varsity letterwinner ... Four-time school-athlete award recipient ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Led her team to the district championship game her senior season ... Key Statistics... Averaged 16.6 points, 8.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.6 steals per game her senior season ... Shot 81 percent (82/101) from the free throw line and 50 percent (35/69) three-point range ... Four-year first team all-conference selection and three-time team MVP ... Honors and Rankings... Earned Honorable Mention All-District honors her freshman and sophomore year ... First-Team All-Ohio Capital Conference Buckeye Division selection her sophomore, junior and senior years ... Third-team All-Central District her junior year... Conference Player of the Year her senior year ... Earned second team all-state honors her senior year ... Named to the Columbus Dispatch All-Metro Team her senior year... Played with the Capital City Comets AAU Club... Other Sports ... Four-year volleyball letterwinner ... Two-time first team all-conference and all-district selection ... Earned third team all-state honors as a junior and second team all-state honors as a senior.
Personal... Carmen Michelle Reynolds was born May 7, 1990... Daughter of Jim and Mugsy Reynolds ... Father played football at Miami (OH) and Akron ... Older brother, Cody plays lacrosse at Ohio State ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... major is Infomatics.
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