HONORS AND AWARDS
2012-13 Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
Competed in 32 games with 10 starts... Ranked second on the the team with 2.1 assists per game... Made his season debut against Texas State... Drained both field goal attempts and dished our four assists in the season-opening win against the Bobcats... Drained all three 3-point attempts and added three assist with a pair of rebounds against Stanford during the Progressive Legends Classic Championship Rounds inside Barclays Center... Came off the bench to score 10 points with a game-high six assists and added two steals against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi... Made his first start of the season at Texas A&M... Finished with eight points, five rebounds and four assists against the Aggies... Posted 12 points on 5-of-6 shooting at USF... Pushed the Cougars' lead back to nine points with his lone trey with just more than 6 minutes remaining against the Bulls.
One of three players named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll... Broke into the starting lineup late in the season and impressed coaches and fans... Competed in 33 games with 12 starts, including each of the last 11... Made his collegiate debut against Florida A&M during the season-opening win... Finished with four points, five rebounds and three assists in 23 minutes against the Rattlers... Dished out three assists and four steals against Louisiana College... Finished with four assists without a turnover in 15 minutes at TCU... Scored eight points with two rebounds and two assists against Texas-Pan American... Dished out a game-high eight assists and grabbed four rebounds during his first collegiate start at East Carolina... Led the Cougars with six rebounds at SMU... Finished with five assists against UTEP... Dished out four assists at No. 21/19 Memphis... Led all players with six assists and only one turnover against Marshall... Scored nine points with four rebounds and two assists at Tulane during the regular-season finale... Left the game after being hit in the mouth midway through the first half but returned early in the second half with a mouthpiece. C-USA Championship: Dished out a game-high six assists with only turnover and a pair of steals against Rice during the First Round... Totaled seven points, three rebounds and a team-high six assists with only one giveaway against UTEP in the Quarterfinals. CBI First Round: Grabbed five rebounds with an assist and block against Texas. CBI Quarterfinals: Posted six pooints with four assists and a rebound at George Mason.
|Points||12||at USF (1/4/14)|
|FG||5||at USF (1/4/14)|
|FGA||8||at Texas A&M (12/4/13)|
|3FG||3||vs. Stanford (11/25/13)|
|3FGA||5||at Texas A&M (12/4/13)|
|FT||3||vs. Alcorn State (12/9/13)|
|FTA||4||vs. Alcorn State (12/9/13)|
|Assists||8||at East Carolina (1/16/13)|
|Steals||4||vs. Louisiana College (11/19/12)|
|Blocks||1 (4X)||Most recently
vs. Texas (3/20/13)
|Minutes||38||at Tulsa (2/16/13)|
HAGERSTOWN COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Competed for head coach Barry Brown for two seasons... Helped lead the Hawks to a combined 54-11 record during his stint. Sophomore (2011-12): Averaged 10.0 points and 7.6 assists per game... Posted 3.1 rebounds and 2.9 steals per game on the defensive side... Led the Hawks to the Maryland state JUCO championship with a win against defending champion Cecil CC and was named the state tournament's Most Valuable Player... Dished out double-digit assists in 10 games, including five consecutive games late in the season... Posted a career-high 15 assists in a win against Northern Virginia CC. Freshman (2010-11): Averaged 12.5 points and 6.1 assists in 15 games... Helped lead the Hawks to a 26-6 overall record... Made his junior college debut a memorable one... Scored 23 points with 10 assists and five steals in a win against Globe Institute of Technology... Posted 10 assists against Chesapeake College.
RANDALLSTOWN HIGH SCHOOL
Competed for head coach Kim Rivers during his final two seasons... Leader of teams that advanced to four consecutive state finals and won two state titles... Member of teams that posted a combined 73-8 record during his final three prep seasons. Senior (2009-10): Led the Rams to a No. 6 ranking... Averaged 12.5 points, 6.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game... Earned All-Metro First-Team honors... Sparked a 71-42 rout of Wicomico High in the state semifinals after posting nine points, seven assists and four steals.
Full name is Tione Ryan Womack... Born Dec. 2, 1990, in Baltimore... Son of Debbie and Therman Womack... Majoring in health... Name is pronounced Tee-On Woe-Mack.