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    Te'onna Campbell

    Class:
    Graduated

    Hometown:
    Ontario, Calif.

    Last College:
    New Mexico JC

    Height:
    5-10

    Position:
    F

    Experience:
    1L

    Te'onna Campbell

    CAREER HONORS
    College Sports Madness' AAC Third Team Selection (2013-14)
    AAC Weekly Honor Roll Selection (12/30/13)

    UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
    SENIOR (2013-14)
    Appeared in 28 games for the Cougars, while making 25 starts...averaged 9.7 points and 6.4 rebounds in just under 34 minutes played per game...ranked 23rd in the American Athletic Conference in scoring (9.7 ppg), 16th in rebounds per game (6.4), eighth in offensive rebounds per game (3.0), fourth in steals per contest (2.0), and fourth in minutes played per outing (33.7)...she led the team in steals (57) and steals per game (3.0), ranked second in overall rebounds, offensive rebounds, free throws made per game (2.5), and points scored, while she placed third in defensive rebounds per game (3.4)...placed second on the team in double-digit scoring games (14), double-digit rebounding games (5), and double-doubles (4)....recorded a career-high 21 points and grabbed seven rebounds on Jan. 11 vs. Cincinnati, while also knocking down a career-best nine field goals...strung together three straight double-digit scoring performances on two separate occasions, while she scored in double figures in six of seven contests from Nov. 30 to Dec. 28...scored 15 points and grabbed eight rebounds, to lead Houston to a 73-67 upset win over Memphis in the opening round of the American Athletic Conference Tournament on March 7...dished out a career-best six assists on Jan. 21 vs. Louisville...pulled down a season-best 13 rebounds on Nov. 20 vs. North Texas...recorded five steals on two separate occasions, Nov. 30 vs. Kent State and on Dec. 31 vs. USF....played a season-high 40 minutes four separate times...earned a spot on the American Athletic Conference Honor Roll on Dec. 30 after recording 16 points and grabbing 10 rebounds for one of her four double-doubles on the year...was named to College Sports Madness' All-AAC Third Team.

    JUNIOR (2012-13)
    One of three Cougars to start all 30 contests in her first season at Houston... ranked second on the team with 32.9 minutes per game... averaged 7.8 points and ranked second on the squad and eighth in C-USA with 8.2 rebounds per contest... led the team and placed fifth in the league with 2.5 steals (76 total), while ranking second on the squad in blocks per game (0.7) and third in assists (1.7) per game... shot 36 percent (89-250) from the field and 57 percent (55-97) from the free-throw line... scored in double figures in eight contests and pulled down 10 or more rebounds in seven games with two double-doubles... swiped four or more steals on nine occasions... was all over the court in her game in a Houston uniform, posting eight points, eight rebounds, five steals, three blocks and three assists at Mississippi State on Nov. 9... scored in double figures for the first time at Yale on Nov. 17, nearly registering a triple-double with 15 points, nine boards and a career-high seven steals... pulled down double-digit rebounds (12) for the first time against Northwestern State on Nov. 24 while going 3-of-4 from the field for six points... notched first-career double-double against Creighton on Dec. 8 with 10 points and 10 rebounds... grabbed 11 boards with six points and four steals the following contest against Texas State... averaged 13.3 points and 10.8 rebounds over a four-game span from Jan. 20-31... kicked off impressive stretch with career game at Marshall, posting 14 points, 12 rebounds and three assists... buried a 3-point dagger, her first of the season, to put the contest away with under two minutes to play against the Thundering Herd... nearly posted another double-double in following contest against Southern Miss with 15 points and nine rebounds... went 7-of-10 from the field in Houston's win over the Golden Eagles... pulled down career-best 16 rebounds in next game against UTEP with eight points and five steals... posted impressive all-around performance at SMU on Jan. 31 with 16 points, six steals and six rebounds while going 5-of-9 from the field and 6-of-7 from the free-throw line... posted nine points, nine rebounds and four steals at Rice on Feb. 10... held Rice's leading scorer, Jessica Kuster, without any points over the final nine minutes as Houston rallied back for win... played career-high 48 minutes in Houston's thrilling double-overtime victory at Tulane, converting the game-winning putback with only 5.4 seconds remaining... posted 17 points and eight rebounds against the Green Wave... posted 10 points and nine boards at UTEP despite playing with illness... posted double-digit rebounds in the final two contests of the season with 15 and 10 against Tulsa and UCF, respectively.

    Career Game Highs (as 03/09/14)
    Points 21 vs. Cincinnati (01/11/14)
    FG 9 vs. Cincinnati (01/11/14)
    FGA 19 vs. SMU (01/25/14)
    3FG 1, 6x vs. Memphis (03/07/14)
    3FGA 3, 4x vs. Memphis (03/07/14)
    FT 8 vs. North Texas (11/20/13)
    FTA 12 at Marshall (1/20/13)
    Rebounds 16 vs. UTEP (1/27/13)
    Assists 6 vs. Louisville (01/21/04)
    Steals 7 at Yale (11/17/12)
    Blocks 3, 3x at USF (01/29/14)
    Minutes Played 48 at Tulane (2/17/13)

    NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE
    Earned NJCAA Second-Team All-America honors and was named the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) Player of the Year last season after leading NMJC to a 26-4 overall record and its first trip to the NJCAA National Tournament... averaged 11.2 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.4 steals and 0.8 blocks per game as a sophomore... led the team as a freshman with 15.8 points, 8.0 rebounds and 3.2 steals per contest en route to WJCAC First-Team honors... shot 44 percent (202-of-464) from the field in her two seasons with the Thunderbirds... chose Houston over New Mexico and UTEP.

    PERSONAL
    Full name is Te'onna Ja'da Campbell... born on Aug. 8, 1992, in Pomona, Calif... daughter of Darryl Campbell and Katherine Parks... has four siblings; Chancey, James, Darryl and Rosetta... majoring in health... career ambition is to play in the WNBA or overseas... enjoys watching movies in her free time.

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