Five student-athletes will not return to team in 2015-16
Three Ramblers score in double figures
Hambric leads Ramblers with 22 points
Hambric with third double-double in as many games
Becca Smith finishes one off career-high with 24 points
Did not see any game action due to injury.
Played in 30 games, making seven starts ... Remained one of the Ramblers' top three-point threats ... Finished second on the team with 35 three-point field goals, shooting at a 28.5% clip ... Scored a career-high 18 points (6-11 3FGs) and grabbed three rebounds and a steal against Eastern Michigan in a then season-high 31 minutes of action ... Opened the season with 11 points (4-8 FGs, 3-6 3FGs) against defending national runner-up Louisville in the Preseason WNIT ... Notched five double-figure scoring performances on the year ... Dished out four assists in wins at Western Illinois and over Bradley at home ... Also recorded the first block of her career against the Leathernecks ... Drained first career free throws in home win over IPFW.
Played in 24 games, making two starts, in the backcourt ... Terrific catch-and-shoot player with good size ... Shot 46% (23 of 50) from the three-point line ... Came off the bench to score career-best 12 points (4-5 3FGs) and added three assists and two steals at Valparaiso ... Drilled three treys and finished with 11 points and three steals in just 10 minutes in first appearance of the season at Northwestern ... Scored eight points in just six minutes in home win over Valpo ... Poured in seven points and grabbed three boards against Chicago State ... Made first collegiate start at Northern Illinois ... Also in starting lineup for regular-season home game against Milwaukee.
Played in 13 games as a guard off the bench ... Scored first collegiate points on a three-pointer at Detroit ... Also added a pair of assists, a rebound and a steal against the Titans ... Also buried a three-pointer in the home game against nationally ranked Green Bay ... Ripped down two rebounds to go with an assist and a steal at Butler.
First women's basketball player from Loyola Academy to continue her career at Loyola University ... Received scout's grade of 85 from ESPN HoopGirlz ... Ranked as the 101st guard nationally in her class by same website ... Named Girls Catholic Athletic Conference (GCAC) Player of the Year after averaging 17 points and four assists and helping her team to 22 wins her senior season ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... Earned Special Mention All-State honors from both the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association (IBCA) and the Champaign News-Gazette ... Named to Chicago Sun-Times All-Area team ... Two-time all-conference selection ... Played at Loyola Academy for head coach Jeremy Schoenecker and AAU ball for Chicago Hoops Express and head coach Jerald Davis ... AAU teammate of fellow Loyola freshman Simone Law.
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