Francesca Pan

Francesca Pan



Year Junior
Hometown Bassano del Grappa, Italy
Last School Istituto G. Parini Mestre
Height 6-1
Position Guard
Francesca Pan


2016-17 ACC Freshman of the Year
2016-17 All-ACC Academic Team
2016-17 ACC All-Freshman
2016-17 ACC Academic Honor Roll
2016-17 ACC Rookie of the Week Five Times
2017-18 ACC Academic Honor Roll

2017-18 (Sophomore): All-ACC Academic Team selection…Led team in scoring, averaging 14.3 points per game…Started all 34 contests…Led team from three-point range, connecting on 32.6 percent (156-445)…Led team in scoring in first two games of the season, contributing 16 points at App State (11/10) followed by 14 points against SC State (11/12)…Chipped in nine points against Kennesaw State (11/15), while pulling down five rebounds…Added double-figures at Princeton (11/19) with 13 points, hitting four triples and recording three steals…Posted 17 points against Penn (11/23) in the opening game of the Junkanoo Jam…Led the Jackets with 15 points in the win over Purdue (11/30) going 6-for-13 from the field in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, while tying her career-high in assists with four…Was one point shy of matching her career-high in scoring, pitching in 24 points against MTSU (12/3) behind a season-high eight field goals and seven free throws…Hit a career-high five three-pointers against UT Arlington (12/10) to finish with a team-high 21 points…Finished 5-of-7 from three-point range and 7-of-13 from the field against the Lady Mavericks…Posted 11 points at Georgia (12/17) hitting four field goals…Added 15 points in ACC opener against No. 3/4 Louisville (12/28) hitting 3-of-5 three-pointers…Posted a career night at Syracuse (1/4) with 26 points, tying her career-high of five three-pointers and seven free throws…Contributed 12 points against No. 2 Notre Dame (1/7), hitting three treys…Added 11 points at Pitt (1/14) in 37 minutes…Added 13 points in win over Wake Forest (1/21) hitting five field goals…Led the Jackets offensively with 16 points against Virginia (1/28), matching her career-high in attempts of 23 field goals…Added 14 points at No. 19 Duke (2/1), connecting on 4-of-11 from three point range…Led the Jackets in the win at Clemson (2/4) with 17 points, hitting six field goals and nearly playing the entire game at 39 minutes…Led Tech offensively in the win over UNC (2/15) with 24 points and tied her career-high in assists with four against the Tar Heels…Posted second-straight game with 24 points in win over Miami (2/22), hitting career-high nine field goals…Was a perfect 7-for-7 (tying career-high) at the charity stripe at Florida State (2/25), finishing with 14 points…Opened ACC Tournament with 18 points in win over Clemson (2/28)…Added 25 points against Virginia (3/1) behind four triples and five free throws…Opened WNIT with 19 points against Bethune-Cookman (3/15)…Followed with 13 points against UAB (3/18) and 12 points at Alabama (3/22)…Closed season on nine-game streak scoring in double-figures.

2016-17 (True Freshman): Started 35 contests of 2016-17 and saw action in 36 … Missed just one game as a precaution … ACC Freshman of the Year…ACC All-Academic Team…All-Freshman Team…Named ACC Rookie of the Week 11/28, 1/10, 1/16, 2/20 and 2/27 … Tournament MVP of the Junkanoo Jam … Led all freshmen in the ACC in scoring, averaging 11.5 points per game … Finished the season with 21 games in double-figures, including six with 20-plus points … Scored in double-figures in 11 of the final 13 games … Scored in double-figures 21 times, including a career-high 25 points against Dayton (11/25) in the Junkanoo Jam, hitting season-high four treys … Contributed 14 points in Tech’s WNIT win over WSU (3/29)…Added 10 points in Tech’s win over Alabama (3/26) in the WNIT… Poured in 21 points against UCF in the WNIT (3/19) to lead the Jackets … Led Tech with 18 points in the first half against MTSU (3/27) in the WNIT … Started game hitting 6-of-6 from the field … Led Jackets with 21 points at Miami (2/26) for fifth 20-plus point game of the season … Posted 20 points against Pittsburgh (2/19) … Added 18 points at North Carolina (2/16) … Was one point shy of matching career-high at Notre Dame (2/12/17), scoring team-high 24 points … Was 10-of-23 from the field against the Fighting Irish and hit four three-pointers in career-high 37 minutes … Pulled down personal-best eight rebounds against the Flyers … Two points shy of matching career-high against Duke (1/5/17), pitching in 23 points … Had 17 points at Boston College (1/12) … Had 17 points at Boston College (1/12) … Earned first collegiate start in the season-opener, scoring 12 points against Samford (11/11).

Prep: Ranked No. 3 international recruit by Prospects Nation…Played for Italian National Team, helping claim the U15 Italian Championship and U17 Italian Championship…In 2015, led Italy to a sixth-place finish at the U18 European Championships…Competed in 2016 European Championship with U20 National Team…Played with Team Bassano Reyer-Venezia in the Italian Series A League.

Personal: Born May 27, 1997…Chose Georgia Tech to play basketball, earn a degree and try a new experience…Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as winning the silver medal at the U20 European Championship…Intends to major in business.