Basketball analyst Jay Bilas in 2017 called her the toughest and “most complete” player in the nation – on the women’s and men’s side; analyst Doris Burke said she’s the most athletic player in the country. 5-11 frontcourt player was key member of UConn’s nat’l title teams in 2015, 2016 alongside future 1-2-3 WNBA draft pics B. Stewart, M. Jefferson, M. Tuck. Also helped Huskies to Final Fours in 2017, ‘18 … 2017-18: Cheryl Miller Award winner as nation’s best small forward; semifinalist for Wooden, Naismith Awards as nation’s top player; All-America Second Team (AP; espnW; USAT; WBCA); All-AAC First Team … 2017: Nat’l Defensive POY (WBCA); All-America First Team (WBCA, USBWA), Second Team (AP); All-AAC First Team and Def. POY; All-NCAA Trnmnt. Triple-double (16p, 10r, 10a) at East Carolina; 20+ pts in four of five NCAA Trmnt games … 2015-16: Team-best 63.6% on FGs; 2nd in steals … 2014-15: AAC Sixth Player of Year … PREP: LV Review-Jrnl. Class 4A state POY as soph. on state title winner. As jr., avg’d 30p, 11r, 6a, 7b before tearing right ACL … MISC: At 15, was youngest competitor in 2012 Olympic Track & Field Trials (5th in high jump). Two-time Nevada Gatorade POY (2011 and 2012) in track with state high jump and hurdles titles.