Francesca Pan
Francesca  Pan

Bassano del Grappa, Italy

High School:
Istituto G. Parini Mestre




Helluva Week!

Georgia Tech athletics has racked up accolades and accomplishments over past seven days


Pan Notches Fifth ACC Rookie-of-the-Week Honor

Georgia Tech women’s basketball freshman repeats as ACC Rookie of the Week

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2016-17 ACC Freshman of the Year
2016-17 All-ACC Academic Team
2016-17 ACC All-Freshman
2016-17 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2016-17 ACC Rookie of the Week Five Times

2016-17 (True Freshman): Started 35 contests of 2016-17 and saw action in 36 ... Missed just one game as a precaution ... ACC Freshman of the Year...ACC All-Academic Team...All-Freshman Team...Named ACC Rookie of the Week 11/28, 1/10, 1/16, 2/20 and 2/27 ... Tournament MVP of the Junkanoo Jam ... Led all freshmen in the ACC in scoring, averaging 11.5 points per game ... Finished the season with 21 games in double-figures, including six with 20-plus points ... Scored in double-figures in 11 of the final 13 games ... Scored in double-figures 21 times, including a career-high 25 points against Dayton (11/25) in the Junkanoo Jam, hitting season-high four treys ... Contributed 14 points in Tech's WNIT win over WSU (3/29)...Added 10 points in Tech's win over Alabama (3/26) in the WNIT... Poured in 21 points against UCF in the WNIT (3/19) to lead the Jackets ... Led Tech with 18 points in the first half against MTSU (3/27) in the WNIT ... Started game hitting 6-of-6 from the field ... Led Jackets with 21 points at Miami (2/26) for fifth 20-plus point game of the season ... Posted 20 points against Pittsburgh (2/19) ... Added 18 points at North Carolina (2/16) ... Was one point shy of matching career-high at Notre Dame (2/12/17), scoring team-high 24 points ... Was 10-of-23 from the field against the Fighting Irish and hit four three-pointers in career-high 37 minutes ... Pulled down personal-best eight rebounds against the Flyers ... Two points shy of matching career-high against Duke (1/5/17), pitching in 23 points ... Had 17 points at Boston College (1/12) ... Had 17 points at Boston College (1/12) ... Earned first collegiate start in the season-opener, scoring 12 points against Samford (11/11).

Prep: Ranked No. 3 international recruit by Prospects Nation...Played for Italian National Team, helping claim the U15 Italian Championship and U17 Italian Championship...In 2015, led Italy to a sixth-place finish at the U18 European Championships...Competed in 2016 European Championship with U20 National Team...Played with Team Bassano Reyer-Venezia in the Italian Series A League.

Personal: Born May 27, 1997...Chose Georgia Tech to play basketball, earn a degree and try a new experience...Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as winning the silver medal at the U20 European Championship...Intends to major in business.