Led MSU to Final Four as junior, senior. No. 2 in MSU career pts. (behind only 2003 WNBA top pick L. Thomas, ahead of 2005 No. 2 pick T. White) and in 3PFGM. Led team in scoring each year; leaves as pts. leader among active SEC players. 4-time All-America – First Team as sr. (AP; USAT; WBCA); Third Team (2017 – AP; 2018 – espnW); hon. mention as frosh (AP), soph (WBCA). All-SEC First Team final 3 seasons; Second Team as frosh … 2017-18: Drysdale winner as nation’s Shooting Guard of Year; semifinalist for Wooden, Naismith Awards as nation’s top player; finalist for Staley Award as nation’s top guard. No. 6 in D-I tot. pts. Career-bests in FG%, 3PFG%, FT%, rebs. Led MSU to reg.-season SEC title (first SEC title for any MSU women’s program). No. 3 SEC scorer … 2016-17: All-America, NCAA All-Final Four pick. Helped MSU snap UConn’s record 111-game win streak in nat’l semis … 2014-16: 3rd in SEC scoring as frosh; 2nd as soph. … PREP: Two-time state Miss Basketball; two-time Gatorade state POY. Had 5,745 career pts; led nation as sr. (state record 46.2 ppg) and soph. (37.0); 2nd as jr. (39.7) … PERS/MISC: MSU homecoming queen (#QueenOfAllCourts) as sr. Lists dad, John, who drives an 18-wheeler, as “as a superhero” for arranging is schedule so he could attend her games.