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#1 Shavonne Duckett
Position: Guard
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Landover, Md.
High School: Lackey
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2012-13: Appeared in all 30 games and started 24…Scored in double-figures on three occasions including a career-high performance of 14 points at Hofstra (1/31)…Pulled down career-best nine rebounds twice,  against UMES (11/13) and UAB (12/2)…Opened the season dishing out four assists at Oakland (11/9)…Scored 11 points at New Mexico State (11/23) behind a perfect 4-for-4 showing at the free throw line and a trey…At Northeastern (1/6), scored 10 points, recorded three steals and  hit a career-best eight free throws.

2011-12: Played in four games for Mason before being sidelined with an injury...Played nine minutes in season-opener against American (Nov. 11) and pulled down two rebounds...Connected on two field goals against Oakland (Nov. 13) for a season-high four points...Also picked up a rebound against Oakland...Saw action at Longwood (Nov. 17) and at Stony Brook (Nov. 21).

2010-11: Appeared in 22 games posting 37 points, 29 rebounds and played a season-high 27 minutes at Hofstra (Feb. 24)...Played 12 minutes and contributed two points in season-debut at Wichita State (Nov. 20)...Dished out season-high two assists at VCU (Jan. 9) and matched it at UNC Wilmington (Feb. 27) in regular season finale...Recorded blocks in consecutive games against UMBC (Nov. 23) and at George Washington (Dec. 5)...Block against UMBC was first career block...Picked up five steals on the season with a season-high two coming against Longwood (Dec. 22)...Against Old Dominion (Feb. 3), scored season-high eight points on 2-for-2 shooting and a 4-4 performance at the free throw line...Pulled down three rebounds on six different occasions.

2009-10:
Appeared in 12 games with significant time missed due to injury ... Tallied 15 points, 10 rebounds, four assists and two steals on the year ... Made her collegiate debut and contributed four points and a steal against N.C. Central (Nov. 27) ... Recorded three points, two rebounds and an assist vs. Fairfield (Nov. 30) ... Dished one assist vs. High Point (Dec. 4) ... Chipped in two points and two rebounds against Saint Joseph's (Dec. 6) ... Recorded two points and a rebound vs. Howard (Dec. 12) ... Grabbed a rebound in the win over George Washington (Dec. 22) ... Recorded one rebound and one assist at Towson (Jan. 3). ... Scored two points and grabbed a steal against Delaware (Jan. 7) ... Grabbed one rebound at Old Dominion (Jan. 14) ... Scored two points and a rebound in the win over Northeastern (Jan. 17) ... Recorded an assist and a rebound at Drexel (Jan. 21) ... Missed the last 12 games due to a knee injury.

High School: Was a four-year varsity player for the Chargers at Paul VI High School in Fairfax ... Averaged 17 points and eight rebounds while shooting 76 percent from the free throw line ... Was a first team All-SMAC, All-State and All-County selection her junior year ... Named to the All-WCAC third team and earned All-State honors her sophomore season with the Panthers ... Played for the Fairfax Stars Elite and Team Excel programs ... Also competed in the high jump ... Was a member of National Honor Society, Student Government and the Engineering Society.

Personal: Parents are Schererazade and Charles Duckett ... Has one sibling, Kennedy... Cousin, Sam Young, played basketball at Pittsburgh ... Cousin, Sade Wiley-Gatewood played basketball at Tennessee and Maryland ... Majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

DUCKETT'S CAREER STATS

Year GP-GS MIN-AVG. FG/FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT/FTA Pct. O-D Reb./Avg. PF-D Ast. Blk. St. Pts.-Avg.
09-10 12-0 87-7.3 5/16 .313 0/1 .000 5/11 .455 6-4 10/0.8 2-0 4 0 2 15-1.3
10-11 22-0 231-10.5 15/44 .341 0/3 .000 7/12 583 15-14 29/1.3 23-0 7 2 5 37-1.7
11-12 4-0 30-7.5 2/5 .400 0/0 .000 0/0 .000 1-2 3/0.8 2-0 0 0 0 4/1.0
12-13 30-24 632-21.1 33/131 .252 1/10 .100 45/67 .672 43-64 107/3.6 52-0 44 4 18 112-3.7
Totals 68-24 980-14.4 55/196 .281 1/14 .071 57/91 .633 65/84 149/2.2 79-0 55 6 25 168-2.5


DUCKETT'S CAREER HIGHS

Points: 14, at Hofstra (1/31/13)
Rebounds:
9, twice, last vs. UAB (12/2/12)
Field Goals:
5, at Hofstra (1/31/13)
3-Pt. FG:
1, at New Mexico State (11/23/12)
Free Throws:
8, at Northeastern (1/6/13)
Assists:
4, three times, last at W&M (3/6/13)
Steals:
3, at Northeastern (1/6/13)
Blocks: 1, five times, last at Hofstra (1/31/13)


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