Georgia Tech vs. Notre Dame (USATSI) Women's Basketball
2017-18 ACC Rookie of the Week - Feb. 15
2017-18 (Freshman): ACC All-Freshman Team selection...Started all 34 games in her inaugural season...Finished fourth on the team in scoring, averaging 7.6 ppg...Pulled down an impressive 5.2 rpg...Lead the team in assists with 78...Second on the team in steals, swiping 55 during the season...Earned first collegiate start in season-opener at App State (11/10) and finished with six points, four rebounds, four assists and one steal in 22 minutes...Played 17 minutes in home opener at SC State (11/12) to contribute seven points, five assists, three rebounds, two steals and a block...Saw 16 minutes of playing time against Kennesaw State (11/15) and picked up two steals...Contributed seven points against No. 8/9 Baylor (11/25) in the Junkanoo Jam championship game...Pulled down a career- and team-high 11 rebounds against UT Arlington (12/10), 10 coming on the defensive end...Scored 14 points in win over Charleston Southern (12/19) hitting a career-high six field goals for first double-figure scoring game...Added 10 points in Tech's win over Southern Miss (12/21)...Played a then-season-high 36 minutes in ACC opener against No. 3/4 Louisville (12/28) and finished with nine points and seven rebounds, including a defensive board with 28 seconds left that returned possession to Tech and led to the game-tying shot...Led the Jackets with 13 points against Clemson (12/31) and also recorded three steals...Played 36 minutes against No. 2 Notre Dame (1/7) and recorded seven rebounds and three steals...Chipped in eight points at NC State (1/10)...Led Tech on the boards at Pitt (1/14), pulling down nine...Set a career-best at the free throw line against Wake Forest (1/21), going 9-for-10 to finish with 11 points in the win...Posted season-high two blocks and finished with 12 points at Virginia Tech (1/25)... Set a career-best of six assists at No. 19 Duke (2/1) and pulled down eight rebounds...Recorded a then-season-high four steals in the win at Clemson (2/4)...Posted a solid stat line in win over Boston College (2/8) with 14 points, nine rebounds, five assists and three steals...Recorded second straight game in double-figures with 10 at No. 5 Notre Dame (2/11)... Posted career-high 18 points in win over UNC (2/15), hitting six field goals and going 6-for-9 from the free throw line...Nearly missed a double-double against the Tar Heels, pulling down nine rebounds...Earned ACC Rookie of the Week following her performance against UNC...Swiped career-best seven steals against Miami (2/22)... Pulled down seven rebounds at Florida State (2/25)...Scored 12 points against Clemson (2/28) in the opening game of the ACC Tournament, helping Tech to victory...Recorded seven rebounds and seven points against Virginia (3/1) in ACC Tournament...Posted back-to-back 14 points outings to open WNIT, first against Bethune-Cookman (3/15) followed by UAB (3/18)...Secured 11 rebounds in WNIT contest at Alabama (3/22).
PREP: Attended Cousino High School in Warren, Michigan...Helped lead high school to district championships in 2014, 2016 and 2017...Member of state championship team in 2016, the first-ever in program history...Two-time Mac Red Champions in 2015-16 and 2016-17...Twice named Mac Red MVP in 2016 and 2017...Averaged 23.5 points, 12.8 rebounds, 6.2 assists, 5.2 steals and 2.1 blocks as a senior...Named Class A Player of the Year by the Associated Press...Two-time Mac White Champions (2013-15)...Named the Mac White MVP in 2015...Tabbed first team All-County four times...Named all-state three times (2015-17)...McDonald’s All-American nominee...Named to ESPNW Top 100 list at No. 51...Twice named MLive Detroit Player of the Year.
PERSONAL: Born December 29, 1999 in Detroit, Michigan...Parents are Anthony and Emily Fletcher...Has two siblings: Taylor and Kaylen...Father, Anthony, played basketball at Mount St. Clair...Chose Georgia Tech because of the prestigious academics, it felt like home and player development...Lists her most memorable athletic accomplishment as scoring 47 points in the district championship game during her last home game of high school, setting a school record...Says her most memorable non-athletic accomplishment was helping develop the diversity summit program at her high school.