Shandricka Sessom

Shandricka  Sessom

RS Senior

Byhalia, Miss.

High School:
Byhalia H.S.




Rebels Close SEC Tournament and Season After 59-50 Loss to Missouri

Ole Miss Forced a Season-High 24 Turnovers (63 in Last Three Games)


Rebels Meet No. 6 Seed Missouri in Second Round

Ole Miss Defeated No. 11 Seed Florida in the First Round


Rebels Face No. 11 Seed Florida to Open SEC Tournament

This is the First Time Ole Miss and Florida Have Met in the Tournament


Rebels Close Regular Season at Auburn

Tipoff is Set for 1 p.m. CT on SEC Network


Shandricka Sessom Named to SEC Women’s Basketball Community Service Team

Sessom Was Also Named in 2017

Redshirt Senior Season (2018-19)
Earned a medical hardship waiver for 2017-18, giving her full eligibility for the 2018-19 season.

Senior Season (2017-18)
Preseason Second-Team All-SEC ... Tore ACL during first quarter vs. Middle Tennessee, ending her season ... Didn't play the minimum for a countable season after playing and starting in seven games (24.7 minutes/game) ... At the time of her injury, was averaging 15.1 PPG, 6.0 rebounds, and 2.3 assists ... Scored in double-digits in five of her seven games played, which included three 20-point games and a season-high 24 points vs. Delaware State ... Recorded her seventh career double-double with a 10-point, 15-rebound performance vs. Troy ... Passed 1,100 career points scored vs. Troy, enters her last full season with 1,131 career points scored ... Had five games with four or more rebounds, four with seven or more ... Shot .519 from the field in her seven games, which includes performances of 8-for-11 vs. Kennesaw State, 9-of-12 vs. Delaware State and 9-of-14 at Temple ... Was 5-of-6 from three vs. Delaware State ... Served as a Team Captain.

Junior Season (2016-17):
Averaged 12.7 points per game and 6.1 rebounds per game in 31 appearances … Averaged 6.7 rebounds against SEC opponents … Became 28th 1,000-point scorer vs. Texas A&M and the first to reach as a junior since Valencia McFarland in 2012-13 … Fifth game in double figures in the last six outings with 18 points vs. Grambling … Second 20-point game this season with 26 points vs. Auburn for her 10th career 20-point game … Rebounded from games in single-digits with double figures in the next game; averaging 16.0 points per game after a single-digit outing … Scored in double figures in 12 of the last 15 games … Posted her 100th 3-pointer vs. LSU … Hit a three in eight of the last nine games and had multiple threes in five of the last eight contests, including tying her career-best with six vs. Auburn … Four games of five or more assists … Dished out six assists twice, which is just shy of her career best of seven … Recorded second double-double in SEC play vs. Tennessee with 14 points and 11 rebounds, which marked her fourth double-double of year and sixth of her career … Team-best 23 games in double figures, including 16 of Ole Miss’ last 20 games … Served as team captain along with Erika Sisk and Alissa Alston.

Sophomore Season (2015-16):
C Spire Gillom Trophy finalist, awarded to top collegiate women’s basketball player in Mississippi … SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll ... Started 26 of 30 games ... Averaged 15.6 points per game and 5.1 rebounds in 30 appearances … Ole Miss’ leading scorer in SEC play with 13.4 points per game against SEC foes … Posted a 10.3 PPG scoring turnaround as a sophomore after averaging just 5.3 as a freshman … Ranked sixth in the SEC in scoring and 10th in both field goal percentage (.373) and three-pointers made (1.7/game) … Ranked 29th nationally in field goal attempts (502) … Set or tied seven career bests as a junior … Posted a team-best 25 games in double figures and led the team in scoring on 13 occasions … Tallied 17 games of five or more rebounds and led the team in rebounding on four occasions … Closed the season with three straight games in double figures … In a reserve role for four games but was back in the starting lineup against Arkansas ... Averaged 14.0 PPG in that span of time with three games in double figures … Scored 26 points at No. 2 South Carolina - most points a Rebel scored against South Carolina in 2015-16 ... In double figures both games against South Carolina, averaging 19.5 PPG vs. the Gamecocks throughout the year … Averaged 13.3 PPG in SEC play and was in double figures in last 10 of last 13 games … Career-high seven assists vs. Alabama A&M ... Three games with five or more assists this season … Had two straight double-doubles vs. Tulane (22 points, 11 rebounds) and McNeese State (22 points, 10 rebounds) ... Seven games with 20 points or more ... Career high 28 points against Arkansas-Pine Bluff.

Freshman Season (2014-15):
SEC First Year Honor Roll ... Started first 24 games of collegiate career ... Averaged 5.3 points and 2.4 rebounds ... Made collegiate debut vs. Grambling (11/14) ... Tallied 21 points, nine rebounds, three assists and five steals vs. Miss. Valley (11/16) ... Became first freshman to record 20 points or more during the year ... Registered first career block at Nevada ... Nine points at Western Kentucky, second highest point total of her career; Seven points came in the second half ... Eight points vs. South Alabama (12/14) and five points vs. Southern Miss (12/18) ... Career-high five assists vs. Alabama A&M ... Led the team in assists for the first time at LSU (3) ... Second career game in double figures with 12 points vs. South Carolina - first SEC game in double figures ... Back-to-back games in double figures with 12 points at Vanderbilt; also recorded first career game with multiple threes ... Scored four points vs. UT Martin in WNIT opening round ... Led Rebels with 18 points vs. Middle Tennessee in WNIT third round ... Went 7-of-7 from the free throw line marking career highs in free throws made and attempted.

High School:
Four-year letterwinner at Byhalia ... Three-star recruit with a 90 Scouts grade from ESPN and ranked as the No. 18 guard in her class ... Averaged 21 points and 12 rebounds as a senior to go with 5.0 assists and 4.0 steals ... Participated in Mississippi Association of Coaches North-South All-Star game... Played in the Mississippi-Alabama game ... Candidate for Mississippi’s Miss Basketball and the Max Preps Regional Player of the Year ... District Co-Most Valuable Player in 2013-13 ... Clarion-Ledger Dandy Dozen selection... Ranked as the No. 6 player in the state according to the Mississippi Girls Basketball Report ... Defensive Player of the Year (2010-11) ... Also ran track at Byhalia.

Born Jan. 12, 1996 ... Daughter of Kipey Hearn and Odell Sessom ... Has two relatives that played collegiate sport, Jeremy Sessom played football at ICC and Shaw University and Darrell Malone played football at ICC and Central Arkansas ... Majoring in exercise science.





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