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Kaylan Pugh
Kaylan  Pugh
Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Memphis, Tenn.

High School:
St. Mary's Episcopal School

Height:
5-9

Position:
Guard


2016-17 (Sophomore): Took the floor in 26 games and earned the start in four ... Averaged 10.3 points and 5.2 rebounds per game ... Finished third on the team in scoring ... Added 12 points in Tech's WNIT win over Alabama (3/26) ... Recorded second double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds against UCF in the WNIT (3/19) ... Led team with 21 points against Boston College (3/1) and Miami (3/2) in the ACC Tournament to post back-to-back 20-plus point games ... Added 15 points at Miami (2/26) to close out the regular season ... Scored 16 points against Clemson (2/23) ... Pitched in 20+ points for the second time, contributing a game-high 23 points against No. 6 Florida State (1/26) ... Had breakout performance against No. 24 Syracuse (1/15), pouring in personal-best 28 points and 13 rebounds ... Connected on 12-of-16 free throw attempts against the Orange and dished out four assists ... Scored 17 points against Duke (1/5), while pulling down six rebounds and posting career-best five steals ... Recorded six rebounds in win at Boston College (1/12) ... Saw first action at Georgia Tech at Middle Tennessee State (12/22), playing 20 minutes and contributing nine points, three rebounds and two steals ... Sat out the first seven games to complete NCAA rules in transfer policy.

2015-16 (True Freshman): Transferred to Georgia Tech from Ohio State in December 2015 and sat out 2016 spring semester and will sit out 2016 fall semester, per NCAA transfer rules … Saw action in six games at Ohio State ... Averaged 5.5 points per game, 2.8 rebounds per game and 1.2 steals per game for Buckeyes.

Prep: Played for Emily Owens at St. Mary’s Episcopal School ... Was ESPN Top-100 and four-star recruit and ranked 26th prospect in country by Prospect Nation ... As senior, averaged 29.2 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game and was named TSSAA Division II Miss Basketball ... Was finalist for TSSAA Division II Miss Basketball in each of first three seasons ... Was leading scorer in state of Tennessee as sophomore, junior and senior ... Voted St. Mary’s team captain and team MVP ... Finished high school career with more than 2,700 points ... During summer of 2014, led club team, Tennessee Flight, to semifinals appearance at Nike Nationals ... Led tournament in rebounds at 11.1 per game and averaged 14.7 points per game ... Grabbed tournament-high 22 rebounds in one game ... Played in East vs. West All-Star game in Tennessee and was named MCP of Little Rock vs. Memphis All-Star game after scoring 29 points.

Personal: From Memphis, Tenn. ... Chose to transfer to Georgia Tech because of great academics, culture and to be closer to family ... Started playing basketball at school where her dad used to work and when he would be working, she would be shooting in gym ... Lists family as greatest influence ... Lists most memorable accomplishments as graduating high school and playing in 7th grade AAU Nationals.