Sophomore Season (2014-15): Averaged 3.6 points and 2.2 rebounds ... Started 33rd consecutive game vs. Grambling (11/14) ... For the first time in her career came off the bench vs. Miss. Valley ... 6 points vs. Utah; tied her career-high with 3 steals vs. the Utes in season-high 29 minutes of action ... 13 points, 6 rebounds at Western Kentucky (12/4) both season highs; first time in double figures this season and the 4th time in her career ... 10 points vs. South Alabama (12/14) ... Career-high 8 assists vs. South Alabama; most by an Ole Miss player this season ... Four games of multiple triples this season ... Career high 3 blocks at Kentucky ... 4-of-4 from the FT line vs. Kentucky ... 10 points vs. Texas A&M; third double-figure game of season and first since 10 points vs. South Alabama ... Nabbed her 300th career rebound against Missouri ... Missed first game of career against No. 11/13 Mississippi State (3/1) - Coaches Decision ... Nailed 50th career three-point vs. Arkansas in the SEC Tournament ... 6 points vs. UT Martin in WNIT first round are most points since Vanderbilt game ... Also drilled two triples against the Skyhawks most since hitting two against South Carolina ... Posted three games in double figures.
Freshman Season (2013-2014): One of two Rebels to play in, and start all 32 games ... Finished the year sixth in scoring, averaging 6.1 points per game in her first year ... Scored 14 points in only 18 minutes of play against Central Arkansas (Nov. 10) in just the second game of her career ... Scored a career-best 21 points against Missouri (Jan. 2) with four three-pointers and a career-high seven rebounds ... Helped the Rebels get their first SEC win of the season in an overtime victory against Mississippi State with 15 points on a career-best five three pointers ... Finished third on the team with 37 made three-pointers ... Led the Rebels in free throw percentage (.750).
High School/International: Attended Barking Abby School in the United Kingdom ... During the 2012 U18 European Championship Division B, played in seven games and averaged 15.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game for England ... scored a tournament-best 23 points against Germany and added 22 versus Belarus ... named Eurobasket.com All-European Championships U18 Division B 1st Team in 2012 and was named U16 English Player of the Year in 2010.
Off The Court: Full name is Shequila Joseph ... born on February 24, 1995 ... daughter of Marcia Joseph and the late Lawrence Joseph ... Relative Kashmere Joseph played collegiate basketball at Seton Hall.
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