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Epiphanny Prince's Bio

About Epiphanny Prince

HEIGHT:5-9 WEIGHT: 179 BIRTHDATE: Jan 11, 1988 BIRTHPLACE: Brooklyn, New York HOMETOWN: Brooklyn, New York COLLEGE: Rutgers HIGH SCHOOL: Murray Bergtraum WNBA EXPERIENCE: 10 seasons HOW ACQUIRED: Signed in free agency TWITTER: @Piphdagreat10 INSTAGRAM: piphdagreat10

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS 

  • 2017 Associated Press Comeback Player of the Year
  • All-WNBA Second Team (2015)
  • Two time Eastern Conference All-Star (2011, 2013)
  • Member of the Russian women’s national basketball team
  • Holds the record for most points scored in a single girl’s high school basketball game with 113 on Feb. 2, 2006… the most recent high school player to score 100+ points in a single game.

2019 HIGHLIGHTS WITH LAS VEGAS

  • Signed in time to play in the final 3 games of the regular season, and played in all 3.
  • Scored a season-high 10 points in her Aces debut on August 31.
  • Played in 3 of the team’s 5 postseason games.

2018 HIGHLIGHTS WITH NEW YORK

  • Scored in double figures on 6 occasions, including a season-high 21 points on 2 occasions—June 28 at Washington and June 29 vs. Chicago.

2017 HIGHLIGHTS WITH NEW YORK

  • Named Associated Press Comeback Player of the Year
  • Missed 6 games in June while competing for the Russian National Team in the 2017 Eurobasket Women Tournament in the Czech Republic
  • Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played May 23-29
  • Ranked 15th in the WNBA in steals
  • Led the team in assists and steals, and ranked second in scoring
  • Scored in double figures on 16 occasions, and 20 or more points on 4 occasions, with a season-high 24 at Phoenix on May 23.
  • Grabbed a career-high-tying 9 rebounds at Phoenix on July 9
  • Handed out a career-high-tying 9 assists at Atlanta on July 2

2016 HIGHLIGHTS WITH NEW YORK

  • Missed the first 26 games of the season while recovering from a knee injury suffered in November 2015 while competing for her European club team Dynamo Kursk in the Russian Premier League.
  • Scored a season-high 13 points off the bench vs. Connecticut on September 9.

2015 HIGHLIGHTS WITH NEW YORK

  • Traded to New York on February 16, 2016
  • Missed the first 10 games of the season to compete in the Eurobasket Women 2015 Tournament
  • Named to the All-WNBA Second Team.
  • Named Eastern Conference Player of the Month for August
  • Named Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played August 10-16 after averaging 18.0 ppg, 4.3 apg and 3.3 spg over 3 games
  • Made her New York Liberty debut in a win at Washington, coming off the bench to score 12 points with a pair of assists in 31 minutes of action on July 9.
  • In first start in a Liberty uniform, scored 14 points, all in the second half, with a team-high 4 assists and 3 steals at Atlanta on July 12.
  • Scored in double figures on 21 occasions, and 20 or more points five times.
  • Scored a season-high 30 points vs Chicago (11-14 FG) on August 7, while knocking down 4 of 5 three-pointers—at the time, the most points for a player in their first game against a former team in WNBA history.
  • Set what was at the time a New York Liberty single-game playoff record with 26 points in Game One of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against Washington on September 18.

2014 HIGHLIGHTS WITH CHICAGO

  • Scored the 2,000th point of her WNBA career on July 27 at Tulsa.
  • Scored in double figures on 20 occasions, and 20 or more points 6 times.
  • Scored a season-high 30 points on 2 occasions—vs. New York on June 18, and at New York on June 27.

2013 HIGHLIGHTS WITH CHICAGO

  • Named to the Eastern Conference All-Star Team
  • Scored a season-high 29 points vs. Atlanta on September 13
  • Scored in double figures on 25 occasions, and 20 or more points on 8 occasions.

2012 HIGHLIGHTS WITH CHICAGO

  • Finished fourth in the WNBA in scoring, and third in free throw percentage.
  • Missed eight games due to a broken foot suffered on June 16 in Indiana.
  • Scored in double figures on 24 occasions, 20 or more points 9 times, and 30 or more points 4 times, including a career-high 33 at Atlanta on June 2.
  • Became first player in WNBA to score 30 or more points in three straight games since Cynthia Cooper in 1997—31 vs Washington on June 1, 33 at Atlanta on June 2, and 32 vs. Tulsa on June 8.
  • Named Player of the Week twice in the month of June.
  • Handed out a career-high 9 assists vs. Los Angeles on September 2
  • Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds on June 2 in Atlanta.

2011 HIGHLIGHTS WITH CHICAGO

  • Named to the Eastern Conference All-Star Team
  • Led the WNBA in steals, and set what was then a Chicago team record.
  • Finished second on the team in scoring
  • Scored in double figures on 26 occasions, and 20 or more points 6 times.

2010 HIGHLIGHTS WITH CHICAGO

  • Led the team in assists, and finished second in steals
  • Set what was then the Sky rookie record with 55 steals
  • Scored in double figures on 16 occasions, and a season-high 20 points 2 times—vs. Indiana on May 22, and vs. New York on June 8.

OVERSEAS 

  • 2019-20: Dynamo Kursk, Russia
  • 2018-19: Dynamo Kursk, Russia 
  • 2017-18: Dynamo Kursk, Russia] 
  • 2016-17: Dynamo Kursk, Russia 
  • 2015-16: Dynamo Kursk, Russia 
  • 2013-14: Dynamo Kursk, Russia
  • 2012-13: Dynamo Kursk, Russia 
  • 2011-12: Galatasaray, Turkey
  • 2010-11: Spartak Vidnoe, Russia
  • 2009-10: Botas, Turkey

COLLEGE

  • Finished her Rutgers career ranking ninth in scoring, and sixth in steals
  • Finished her career with 110 double-figure scoring efforts and 50 games with double-digit rebounds
  • Third Team, All-America (AP)
  • All-Big East First Team (2x)
  • Led Rutgers in scoring, assists, steals, free throws made and attempted, and free throw percentage in junior year
  • Her 644 points scored were the sixth most in program history at the time
  • Led Rutgers in scoring, steals, free throws made and attempted, and field goals made and attempted.
  • Scored a career-high 33 points vs. UConn (2/5/08)
  • Led Rutgers in free throws made and attempted, and steals in freshman year

PERSONAL

  • Originally from Brooklyn, New York
  • Holds the record for most points in a single high school basketball game with 113
  • Left Rutgers University a year early to play overseas
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