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  Simone Redd

Simone Redd

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Warrensville Heights, Ohio

High School:
Regina

Height:
5-6

Position:
G

2007-2008: Played in all 33 games for the Bobcats, averaging 14.3 minutes per game ... Shot 43.1% from the floor ... Made 78% of her free throws (39-50) ... Had 18 steals and 69 rebounds ... Went 2-of-4 from the field with two assists against South Alabama ... Posted ten points against Presbyterian College, incoluding a perfect 4-of-4 effort at the charity stripe ... Scored in double digits for the third time in the season at Lehigh ... Led Ohio to victory with 18 points against Robert Morris on 8-of-10 field goal shooting ... Scored 15 points off the bench in the second half against Navy on 6-of-7 shooting from the floor and 3-of-3 shooting from the three point line ... Reached the 1,000-point plateau with 12 points against Kent State, she also had eight rebounds ... One of three Bobcats to score in double figures against Kent State with 16 points

2006-07: Played in 23 games, making 13 starts ... Missed 6 games due to a foot injury ... Averaged 23.9 minutes, 9.4 points and 3.3 rebounds ... Scored 14 points and pulled down 7 rebounds vs. Navy (11/10) ... Scored a season-high 24 points against Cleveland State (11/17) ... Had 6 points and 5 boards vs. Butler (11/26) ... Scored 6 points and had 3 boards vs. Lehigh (12/1) ... Knocked in 15 points with 8 rebouds @ WIU (12/4) ... Scored 2 points in 20 minutes @ Mizzou (12/6) ... Tallied 16 points vs #24 Pitt (12/9) ... Tallied 10 points @ Auburn (12/13) ... Scored 14 points and snagged 5 boards vs. Marshall (12/16) ... Led the team with 18 points @ RMU (12/21) ... Scored 15 points and snagged 8 boards vs. High Point at FAU Tourney ... Scored 4 points in limited action due to foot injury at FAU in the FAU Invite (12/30) ... Played 11 minutes at Kent St. due to plantar fasciitis (1/3) ... Scored 3 points vs. #18 BGSU (1/13) ... Scored 3 points in five minutes of action @ Toledo (2/8) ... Scored 2 points and grabbed 2 boards @ EMU (2/10) ... Scored 13 points and grabbed 4 boards vs. KSU (2/14) ... Scored 12 points vs. Miami (2/18) ... Scored 6 points and grabbed 4 rebounds @ Buffalo (2/21) ... Recorded 2 rebounds, 2 assists, and 4 points, including 2 free-throws with two seconds left on the clock that put the Bobcats up 3 points, in an upset over #16/18 BGSU (2/24) ... Led the team with 17 points vs. Akron (2/28) ... Scored 8 points in the 1st-rd. of the MAC Tourney vs. CMU (3/4) ... Scored 2 points in the quarterfnals of the MAC Tourney vs. EMU (3/6) ...

2005-06: Second-straight season as an honorable mention All-MAC selection ... Averaged 14.4 points and 4.6 rebounds per game ... Made 19 starts and appeared in 23 games ... Scored 17 points with three assists and four boards in the opener vs. SC State (11/18) ... Notched 14 points and five assists vs. Tennessee State (11/19) ... Recorded 17 points and three boards vs. Youngstown State (11/22) ... Had six points and eight rebounds vs. East Carolina (11/25) ... Notched 10 points and a team-best six boards at UNC-Greensboro (11/26) ... Led the Cats with 18 points and seven rebounds vs. Western Illinois (12/3) ... Knocked in 19 points with five rebounds vs. Chicago State (12/12) ... Scored 12 points with six assists at UNCW (12/18) ... Tabbed MAC East Division Player of the Week on Dec. 26 ... Tied career-highs in points (26) and rebounds (8) in her hometown at Cleveland State (12/22) ... Scored 19 points with three assists vs. Duquesne (12/30) ... Tallied 14 points vs. Kent State (1/8) ... Hit 13-of-14 free throw attempts for 19 points at Buffalo (1/14) ... Hit for a career-best 33 points on the strength of 4-of-5 threes and 11-of-12 free throws vs. Akron (1/21) ... Scored 15 points at Western Michigan (1/25) ... Missed six-straight games with an ankle injury ... Came off the bench with 20 points, including four three-pointers vs. Buffalo (2/21) ... Scored 13 points at Akron (2/28) ... Scored 23 points in the MAC Tournament quarterfinals vs. CMU (3/4).

2004-05: Named the MAC Sixth Man of the Year by the conference's coaches, marking the first time an Ohio player earned the accolade ... became just the 25th Bobcat to garner All-MAC recognition with placement on the MAC Honorable Mention team and is the seventh to earn placement on the all-freshman team ... Saw time in all 29 games, earning the start in 16 of those contests... averaged 24.8 minutes a game, a team-high ... recorded double-figure scoring in 18 games including netting a career-high 26 versus Northern Illinois (Feb. 19) ... led all Bobcats in scoring a team-high 10 times, chipping in 20+ a team-best three times ... averaged a team-high 11.6 points a contest and finished ranked 16th in the MAC in scoring ... listed 11th among conference foe with a .417 field goal percentage ... one of the leagues top three point shooters, ranking 11th with a .350 three point field goal percentage ... one of two freshmen listed in the top-15 for steals per game in the league, averaging 1.76 swipes an outing ... carried the team through the quarterfinals of the MAC Tournament, leading the team in scoring versus Kent State (March 9) and Central Michigan (March 5) with 22 and 17 points, respectively ... tallied 13 points in 15 minutes of play versus Marshall, Feb. 9 ... recorded three or more steals in nine games, including a career-high five versus Buffalo ... dished out a team-leading and season-high seven assists versus UNC Wilmington, Dec. 29 ... led Ohio with three steals versus Cleveland State, while chipping in 14 points (Dec. 19) ... scored a team leading 12 points versus Chicago State (Dec. 15) and Wyoming (Dec. 11), also leading the squad with seven rebounds in both contests ... made her first-career block at Sacramento State on Dec. 8, while scoring 11 points ... scored 11 points at Sacramento State and made her first career block ... made her first collegiate start in The Convo versus Ohio State, Dec. 1 ... made her debut as a Bobcat in the home opener versus Oakland, recording eight points, going 8-10 from the free throw line.

HIGH SCHOOL: A four year varsity letter winner at Regina High School ... Led the team to three Division III Ohio State Titles ... Named the 2004 Ohio Division III Player of the Year, Northeast Lakes District Player of the Year, Sun papers All-Sun Most Valuable Player, and Plain Dealer Player of the Year ... Named first team All-Ohio ... An all-star Northeast Lakes First team member ... Member of the News Herald Varsity team and selected to the News Herald Division III all-star first team ... Finalist for Ms. Basketball, for the state of Ohio... Nominated to the McDonald's All-American all-star team ... Also a member of SADD.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Industry... Daughter of Joseph and Vanessa Redd ... Born January 13, 1986.