Nequoiah Anderson #23 Position:
Washington, D.C. Previous School:
Archbishop Carroll HS Eligibility:
Made 26 appearances off the bench... Averaged 6.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per game... Scored at least one point in all but one game... Reached double figures in scoring six times... Ranked among conference leaders in three-point shooting for most of the season, and finished year at 37.5 percent (24-for-64) from beyond the arc... Scored career-high 20 points on 8-for-11 shooting against Wingate (Feb. 9)... Hit 5-for-6 from the field and scored 14 points at Brevard (Mar. 2)... Tallied 13 points against Lenoir-Rhyne (Jan. 23)... Came through with 12 points and three steals against Anderson in SAC Tournament championship (Mar. 10)... Hit three three-pointers and finished with 11 points against Lincoln Memorial (Nov. 28)... Had five different games with five rebounds.2011-12:
Appeared in 27 games, including four starts... Averaged 3.1 points and 1.7 rebounds per game... Scored in 20 of 27 appearances, including a streak of seven straight games from Jan. 21 through Feb. 11... Scored season-high nine points against Shaw (Nov. 28)... Tallied seven points at Mars Hill (Jan. 21), vs. Brevard (Feb. 4) and vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (Feb. 22)... Grabbed career-high seven rebounds against Lincoln Memorial (Feb. 1)... Made first career start at Johnson C. Smith (Dec. 16), scoring two points and making four steals in 21 minutes... Started three straight games in mid-February, scoring six points in 25 minutes against Carson-Newman (Feb. 8).
: Appeared in 19 games in her rookie campaign at Tusculum... Record 20 points, 12 rebounds and shot 62.5 percent from the free throw line (5-of-8)... Scored season-high five points on two occasions against Newberry (Dec. 4) and at Carson-Newman (Jan. 12)... Played 21 minutes at Catawba (Jan. 15)... Tallied three points and season-highs three rebounds and two steals in collegiate debut at eventual NCAA national champion Clayton State (Nov. 21)... Hauled in three boards against at Catawba... Dished out two assists each against King (Dec. 8) and Carson-Newman.
: Graduated from Archbishop Carroll HS in Washington, D.C... Played three seasons at ACHS and her freshman campaign at Montrose Christian School her freshman prep campaign in Rockville, Md... Coached by Rober Ager, Edythe White and Raymond Burke... Garnered All-State honorable mention honors in her senior season... Played in the inaugural All-Star Classic Game... First Team All-Conference performer in 2010 and Third Team All-Conference in 2009... Recipient of the 2010 Coach's Award... Lions Award winner in 2009... Scored a career-best 41 points in a single-game... Distinguished Honors 1st quarter as a senior... Honor Roll student... 3.4 GPA in her senior year.
: Full name is Nequoiah Chaurice Anderson... Born Nov. 3, 1992 in Washington, D.C... Daughter of Maurice Anderson and Michele Washington... Siblings include: DeWayne Morris, Monet Morris, Leoche Morris, Duane Green and the late Danyele Morris... Majoring in Sport Management... Community service includes Nettie Day... Career goal: Attend graduate school; Favorite book: "Tears of a Tiger"; Favorite midnight snack: Oatmeal Cream Pie; Favorite musical artists: Gucci Mane, Future and Young Jeezy; Nequoiah can't live without: Food; Advice to kids: "Never give up"; Favorite colors: Blue and red; Favorite foods: Nuggets, french fries, salad and chicken; Favorite sport other than basketball: Football; Person Nequoiah most admires: Her mother; What people don't know about Nequoiah: She had a brain tumor; Childhood idol: Allen Iverson; When people first meet Nequoiah, they think: "Why is her voice soft?"