Freshman Season (2010-11): Played in 24 games and made 12 starts during her first season with the Rebels ... finished the year third on the team in scoring, averaging 7.8 points per game ... averaged 2.7 rebounds per game and was third on the team in minutes per game with 27.2 ... recorded a team-best 45 three pointers on the year including 35 in SEC play ... scored in double figures in eight games including a pair of 20-point games ... recorded a career-high 22 points against No. 17/18 Kentucky (Jan. 27) including six threes ... added 21 points at Auburn (Jan. 13) on seven three pointers to tie the school record for three pointers in a game ... recorded at least one made three pointer in 21 of the 24 games she appeared in including at least one in each of her first 17 appearances ... grabbed a career-high eight boards in a 64-60 win over Nicholls State (Nov. 20) and added seven at Hawai`i (Nov. 27) ... recorded a career-high four steals in a 69-60 win against Sam Houston State (Nov. 13) and dished out a career-high three assists in a 69-65 win at No. 23/24 Arkansas (Jan. 23) ... ended the year fourth in the SEC in league games in three-point field goals made (35, 2.2).
High School: Attended Cordova High School in Cordova, Tenn. ... lettered four years in basketball and was a member of the junior varsity volleyball team as a sophomore ... was an All-District selection as a freshman, junior and senior ... four-time Commercial Appeal Best of The Preps honoree ... averaged 16.8 points per game, 9.6 rebounds per game and 1.6 assists per game as a senior ... averaged 17.5 points per game as a junior.
Off the Court: Full name is Shae'ann Desire Nelson ... born on October 8,1991 ... daughter of Andre and Connie Nelson...graduated high school with honors and maintained a 3.6 GPA or higher in high school ... also recruited by Southern Miss, Memphis, Alabama and Florida ... played against a number of current college players in high school and AAU including Jasmine James (Georgia), Jasmine Robinson (Alabama) and Deja Foster (Georgia Tech) ... wants be a child psychologist or a physical therapist ... majoring in social work.
Moving along chronologically, today we delve into the top 10 moments of Ole Miss men's tennis coach Billy Chadwick continuing with the 2005 season, which was one of the most exciting seasons in Ole Miss tennis history. In 2005, the... read more
On this Monday we take a look at moment No. 11 of the top moments in Billy Chadwick's career. This moment encompasses a year full of great accomplishments that Chadwick made the norm for the Ole Miss tennis program. In... read more
Ole Miss Athletics Week in ReviewApril 14-20, 2014Baseball- Ole Miss went 1-2 last week vs. No. 7 LSU, dropping a 13-inning affair in the series opener before taking game two and falling in the series finale.- Ole Miss became the... read more
Earlier this baseball season, Ole Miss tied a game on a dropped fly ball with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, which was a case of deja vu for Ole Miss fan Curtis Wilkie, who remembered the same... read more
Sam Smith posted his eighth straight quality start, but it was not enough, as LSU shut out Ole Miss 2-0 Saturday afternoon to take the three-game series. It was the first time that the Rebels had been shutout since a... read more
LSU looked to have gotten out of a bases-loaded jam in the fourth, but right fielder Mark Laird dropped a fly ball in foul territory that would have been the final out and send the game to the fifth down... read more
For eight innings, Chris Ellis dueled Aaron Nola, the Southeastern Conference's leader in strikeouts (84) and earned run average (0.70) to a draw, as he left with the game with the score tied at 2-2. It was the eighth time... read more
Two new mock drafts released this week has former wide receiver Ole Miss wide receiver Donte Moncrief being selected in the late second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, set for May 8-10. NFL media analyst Bucky Brooks projects Moncrief... read more