|33 Janesha Ebron|
Senior Celeste Stewart Earned Outstanding Player of the Year Award
ECU and Memphis will square off on Sunday, March 3, at 1 p.m.
Whitny Edwards and Celeste Stewart each tallied 14 points for the Pirates
The Pirates and Mustangs will go head-to-head on February 14, at 7 p.m.
Whitny Edwards leads the ECU offense with 17 points
No. 24 North Carolina vs. East Carolina - AP Photo Gallery
2012-13: Saw action in all 32 of the Pirates' games...Concluded her sophomore season with 76 points (2.4 per game), 53 rebounds (1.7 per game), 38 steals, 23 assists and two blocks...Registered a season-high nine points on three occasions...Posted a season-best five rebounds versus Tulsa (3/15/13)...Grabbed a career-high seven steals to go along with one of her nine-point performances in the game against Converse (11/15/12)...Recorded two points, two rebounds and a steal in the Pirates' season opener at William & Mary (11/9/12)...Notched five points, three steals and two boards against St. Andrew's (11/11/12)...Shot 50-percent from the field in the contest against the Knights...Notched seven points with one rebound and one assist versus Campbell (11/25/12)...Shot 50-percent in the contest against the Camels and was 3-for-3 from the free throw line...Tallied six points and a rebound versus Monmouth (12/1/12) at the Navy Classic...Shot 50-percent from the field and 66.7-percent from beyond the arc against the Hawks...Posted a season-high three rebounds along with a season-best two assists in the Pirates' 65-23 victory over NC Central (12/4/12)...Came off the bench and tallied five points, three steals, one assist and a block at VCU (12/16/12)...Tied her season-high with nine points versus No. 17 UNC (12/19/12) at the Beach Ball Classic...Added four boards, three steals and an assist against the Tar Heels...Recorded six points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals against Tulsa (1/20/13)...Came off the bench and tied her season-high with nine points for the third time this year, while adding four rebounds, as many steals, and an assist at UAB (2/10/13) and shooting 50-percent from the field...Recorded five points, one rebound, and one steal vs. Memphis (3/3/13)...Registered two points, two assists, two rebounds, and two steals at Southern Miss (3/7/13)...Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Named to the ECU Athletics Director's Honor Roll.
2011-12: Played in all 31 contests and made 13 starts...Earned a starting nod in 13 of the last 14 games of the season, including both Conference USA Tournament affairs...Found her way into the starting five in 11 of 16 league outings...Posted a team-best four steals in the season opener at College of Charleston (11/11)...Enjoyed a breakout performance at Rice, scoring nine points and pulling down nine rebounds...Netted a career-best 11 points to go along with four assists and two steals against Houston (2/16)...Scored eight points and was 3-for-4 from the foul line versus UCF (2/23)...Dropped in eight points in the C-USA Tournament quarterfinal contest against Tulane (3/8).
South Central High School: Ranked the 61st-best point guard prospect by ESPN HoopGurlz, helped her South Central High School squad to the North Carolina 3A state title game as the Falcons captured the first championship in school history with a 61-58 overtime victory over Hickory...Scored 20 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the contest, earning the game's most valuable player accolades...Passed the 1,000-point mark her junior campaign in a game against Wilson Fike and ended her prep career by earning selection to the Associated Press North Carolina All-State Team...Gathered a plethora of accolades at the end of her junior season as she was named to the 3A Eastern Regional All-Tournament Team and the North Carolina Basketball Coaches Association (NCBCA) District 3 First Team as well as racking up All-Coastal Conference and all-county honors...Was a repeat selection to the all-conference team in 2009 while collecting all-county recognition again in 2008 and 2009...NCBCA also awarded her in 2009 with a spot on the District 3 Third Team...Helped the South Central volleyball team to the North Carolina 3A regional championship game in 2010.
Personal: Born Janesha Ebronon Dec. 27, 1992 in Greenville, N.C...Daughter of Johnny and Monica Ebron...Majoring in community health.