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#2 Jasmine Carson

Jasmine Carson - Women's Basketball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
Year Sophomore
Hometown Memphis, Tenn.
Last School McEachern Powder Springs
Height 5-10
Position Guard
Year Sophomore
Jasmine Carson - Women's Basketball - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

2019-20 (Sophomore): Took the floor in all 31 contests, earning the start in six…Scored in double-figures 15 times, including a string of eight-straight…Recorded three games of 20+ points…Averaged 9.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per game…Shot 35.9 percent from the field and 33.8 percent from three-point range…Dropped 15 points and hit four three-pointers in Tech’s first-ever win at Georgia (11/17)…Posted 21 points behind four treys and eight field goals against Georgia State (11/20)…Contributed nine points in Tech’s win at Kennesaw State (12/8), hitting four field goals…Dropped a career-high 26 points in Tech’s win over ETSU (12/15), going 10-for-15 from the field and 6-for-8 from three-point range to record personal-highs in field goals and three-pointers made…Pulled down seven rebounds in win over Virginia (12/29), while also matching career-high with two assists…Tied for team-lead in scoring against No. 23 Miami (1/2), dropping 15 points, including 10 coming in the fourth quarter comeback, and also hit a career-high 7-of-8 from the free throw line against the Hurricanes…Posted third-straight game scoring in double-figures with 11 points at Wake Forest (1/5) while recording two steals and two assists…Led all scorers with a game-high 21 points in second collegiate start at No. 11/11 Florida State (1/9)…Hit three three-pointers and seven field goals, while going 4-for-4 from the free throw line…Scored the go-ahead three-pointer against Clemson (1/12) to give Tech its final lead of the game and finished with 16 points against the Tigers in her second start of the season…Scored 18 points in the second half at Syracuse (1/16) to help lift Tech to victory…Scored 10 points against Boston College (1/19)… Contributed 10 points and three steals to match her career-high against North Carolina (1/23)…Led Tech with 12 points at Miami (1/30), hitting a pair of three-pointers…Led Tech with 17 points against Notre Dame (2/2), going 5-6 at the free throw line and hitting two three-pointers…Led Jackets with 17 points and nine rebounds at Pitt (2/6), hitting five three-pointers and dishing out two assists and a steal.

2018-19 (Freshman): Scored first collegiate points in win over Western Carolina (11/14), chipping in six points, hitting two three-pointers…Hit two free throws in win over Idaho State (11/23) in the Cancun Challenge…Saw six minutes of action against Wofford (12/30) and attempted a pair of three-pointers…Took the floor against Duke (1/10), connecting on a three-pointer to add to the scoreboard…Saw six minutes of playing time against No. 12 Syracuse (1/20) and recorded a steal…Earned first collegiate start at North Carolina (1/31) and posted an assist and steal in six minutes…Played 13 minutes at No. 5 Notre Dame (2/3) and attempted a personal-best six three-pointers in the game…Also recorded her first rebounds against the Fighting Irish, securing two, and swiped a career-best two steals…Played three minutes in Tech’s win over Virginia Tech (2/17), chipping in three points on a three-pointer from the top of the key…Dished out an assist against Clemson (2/21)…Scored eight points at No. 15 Miami (2/28), going 3-for-6 from the field in 16 minutes…Played a career-game against No. 22/21 Florida State (3/3), scoring a team-best 14 points, hitting a personal-high four three-pointers.

: Played two seasons at Memphis Central where she helped the team to a district championship as a sophomore…Concluded her high school playing career at McEachern…Averaged 17 points and three steals per game as a senior…Named all district all four years of high school…2018 Naismith High School Honorable Mention…Tabbed adidas All-American and 3AAAAAAA All-Region Player of the Year in 2018…Three star ESPN prospect and four-star by Prospect Nation.

PERSONAL: Intends to major in computer science…Chose Georgia Tech because “it is one of the most prestigious schools in America, competes in the best basketball conference and it is very diverse and family oriented”…Started playing basketball when she was 10 years old because she grew up with a passion for the sport…Lists most memorable athletic accomplishment as playing for a state championship…Lists her most memorable non-athletic accomplishment as meeting Barack Obama.

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