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Kelsey Bone # Forward/Center

Kelsey Bone

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Background

As A Collegian:
2012-13: Named to the All-America Third Team (AP), Honorable Mention (WBCA), All-SEC First Team and was one of 15 finalists for the Wooden Award... Named SEC Tourney MVP after leading Aggies to conference title… Ranked first, second, and third in SEC, respectively, in FG% (8th in Div. 1), rebounding, and scoring… 2011-12: Named Big 12 Newcomer of the Year, All-Big 12 Honorable Mention and to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team… Led team in points (11.9) and rebounds (6.9)… 2010-11: Transferred to Texas A&M and sat out due to NCAA transfer rules… 2009-10: Played for the University of South Carolina… Was named Southeastern Conference (SEC) Newcomer of the Year, Second Team All-SEC and to the SEC All-Freshman Team… Led the SEC with 9.2 rebounds per game, and also ranked 49th nationally… Ranked eighth in the league in scoring (14.0 ppg), the best of any SEC freshman.

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Personal:
Kelsey Reneé Bone was born December, 31, 1991 in Houston, Texas... 2009 McDonald's John Wooden National High School Player of the Year...Made three appearances on the Parade All-America Team… Daughter of Kim Courville-Williams and Warren Bone...Has two younger siblings, brother, Donovan Williams, and sister, Lindsey Bone... Godfather, Antonio Davis, played 13 NBA seasons... Maternal grandfather, Kermit Courville, was a legendary football and track coach in Galveston… Father, Warren Bone, played football at Texas Southern…Is the highest-rated women's basketball player and fourth McDonald's High School All-American to ever sign with Texas A&M...Earned a degree in University studies at Texas A&M… Having already dipped her toe in the media business as the host of the A&M women's basketball TV show, eyes future on-camera career on “Good Morning America.”

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