Kierstan
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Kierstan Bell's Bio

About Kierstan Bell

 

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WNBA TRANSACTIONS

Apr. 11, 2022 Drafted by Las Vegas in the first round (No. 11 overall) of the 2022 WNBA Draft

 

WNBA REGULAR SEASON CAREER

Career Highlights

  • 2022 WNBA Champion

2022 (Las Vegas)

  • Won WNBA Championship
  • Scored 10 or more points on 1 occasion—career-high 12 vs. Los Angeles on May 23

WNBA POSTSEASON CAREER

2022 (Las Vegas)

  • Scored 10 or more points on 1 occasion—career-playoff high 11 vs. Phoenix Angeles on August 20

 

KIERSTAN BELL IN THE NEWS

 

 

OVERSEAS CAREER

2022-23 [ ()]

OVERSEAS STATISTICS

Year Team League G Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
Totals

 

COLLEGE

Junior (Florida Gulf Coast, 2021-22)

  • Named Becky Hammon Mid-Major Player of the Year
  • Named AP and USBWA All-America Honorable Mention
  • Named ASUN Player of the Year
  • Named to the All-ASUN First Team
  • Named to the ASUN All-Tournament Team
  • Named ASUN Tournament MVP
  • Her scoring average of 22.8 points per game led the ASUN and would have ranked 5th nationally, but an injury kept her from meeting the games played threshold of 74 percent
  • Had 5 games of 30-plus points on the season, highlighted by a season-high 39 (17-of-31 FG) against Tennessee Tech—second-most points for a game in FGCU history
  • Had 6 double-doubles on the year, and holds the FGCU record with 24 for her career
  • Set the ASUN and FGCU record for most career ASUN Player of the Week honors (12) after earning the accolade 5 times as a junior

Sophomore (Florida Gulf Coast, 2020-21)

  • Named WBCA Honorable Mention All-American, Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American and USBWA Honorable Mention All-American
  • Named to the Wade Trophy Midseason Watch List
  • Named Becky Hammon Mid-Major Player of the Year
  • Named ASUN Player of the Year (unanimous)
  • Named ASUN Newcomer of the Year (unanimous)
  • Named to the First Team All-ASUN (unanimous)
  • Named ASUN Tournament MVP and to the All-Tournament Team
  • 6-time ASUN Player of the Week
  • 10-time ASUN Newcomer of the Week
  • Named USBWA Ann Meyers Drysdale National Player of the Week (2/23)
  • Needed just 12 games to break FGCU’s single-season record for double-doubles, ultimately finishing with 16
  • Notched 25 double-digit scoring performances, including 20 with 20-plus, 12 with 25-plus and five with 30-plus
  • Pulled down 10-plus rebounds 17 times
  • Established new FGCU single-season records for total points, scoring average, field goals made and defensive rebounds per game
  • Led the ASUN in scoring, rebounding, field goals made and 3-point field goals made while finishing second in blocks and third in steals
  • Her 632 total points broke FGCU’s single-season record and is the ninth-most in ASUN history
  • Notched sixth-best scoring average in conference history, which was also fourth-best in the nation
  • Totaled most 3-point field goals per game (3.115) in ASUN history while producing some of best statistical totals in conference history, including field goals made (10th), 3-point field goals made (12th) and blocks per game (28th)
  • Finished among nation’s top 10 in field goals made (3rd), 3-pointers attempted (4th), total points (6th), double-doubles (7th), 3-pointers made (8th) and 3-pointers made per game (10th) while also placing among the national leaders in field goal attempts (11th), total rebounds (14th), total blocks (19th), rebounds per game (28th), blocks per game (29th) and field goal percentage (33rd)
  • Became the first player in program history to record a 20-20 game while finishing with 24 points, 20 rebounds, three assists, three blocks and two steals in FGCU debut vs Davidson on November 30
  • Registered 30 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, three steals and two blocks in ASUN championship game win over Liberty to earn tournament MVP recognition
  • Posted 11 straight games with 20-plus points (January 29 through March 5).

Freshman (Ohio State, 2019-20)

  • Named Honorable Mention All-Big Ten
  • Named to the Big Ten All-Freshmen Team
  • Named Big Ten Freshman of the Week on December 9, January 6 and January 13
  • Led OSU in 3-point field goals, which was also ninth-most in the Big Ten
  • Tallied 19 games with 10-plus points
  • Posted a pair of double-doubles

COLLEGE STATISTICS

Year Team G GS Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
2019-20 Ohio State
30 10 630 125 317 .394 56 176 .318 20 30 .667 25 106 131 49 36 27 60 52 326 10.9
2020-21
Florida Gulf Coast
26 26 775 248 471 .527 81 226 .358 55 73 .753 40 236 276 69 50 59 59 45 632 24.3
2021-22
Florida Gulf Coast
24 24 695 213 452 .471 62 217 .286 59 84 .702 24 152 176 60 50 44 51 53 547 22.8
Totals 80 60 2100 586 1240 .473 199 619 .321 134 187 .717 89 494 583 178 136 130 170 150 1505 18.8

 

HIGH SCHOOL

  • 2019 graduate of Canton McKinley H.S. in Canton, Ohio
  • Five-star recruit
  • No. 8 ranked player nationally by ESPN HoopGurlz
  • No. 18 ranked player nationally by ProspectsNation.com
  • McDonald’s All-American
  • First player in the history of Ohio high school basketball to be a three-time Ms. Basketball
  • Finished as the fourth-leading prep scorer in the history of Ohio at 2,833 points, eclipsing legends like Katie Smith and Semeka Randall
  • Broke Stark County career scoring record
  • Four-time First Team All-Ohio
  • Named Ohio Gatorade Player of the Year after averaging 27 points, 7.9 rebounds, 4.4 blocks, 3.8 steals and three assists as a senior
  • Averaged 33.3 points, 9.6 rebounds, five steals, 3.9 assists and 2.5 blocks per game while shooting .527 from the field as a junior
  • Became the first sophomore to be named Ohio’s Ms. Basketball in 2017 after averaging 26.2 points, 8.9 rebounds, 4.2 steals, three assists and 2.3 blocks while leading her team to the state semifinals
  • Averaged 21 points, 9.8 rebounds, three assists, 2.8 steals and 1.2 blocks as a freshman
  • Led Canton McKinley to a 93-14 record in her career, finishing with 105 double-figure scoring games and setting 35 school records, including career rebounds (960) and career steals (437)
  • Named Third Team Naismith High School All-American
  • Scored 38 points in front of LeBron James as a junior during a 69-57 win over Jackson, a team led by Taylor Mikesell.

 

PERSONAL

  • Daughter of Perry Bell and Amanda Hubbs
  • Has one sibling, Sa’renity

 

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