Emily Carter

Emily  Carter


Bossier City, La.

High School:
Airline HS




Season GP/GS FG% 3PT% FT% Reb Ast Blk Stl Points PPG
2007-08 33/2 .381 .368 .848 59 13 3 16 177 5.4
2008-09 31/26 .398 .369 .798 113 57 9 42 353 11.4
2009-10 31/31 .414 .415 .874 92 70 4 42 445 14.4
2010-11 33/33 .407 .355 .873 138 96 11 46 588 17.8
Career 128/92 .404 .375 .854 402 236
146 1,563 12.2

2010-11 (SENIOR):
• MWC Player of the Week (Nov. 22)
• Preseason First Team All-Conference Team
• First Team All-Conference Selection
• MWC All-Tournament Team
• No. 1 ranked scoring output in the NCAA
Carter earned first team all-conference accolades as well as all-tournament team honors after wrapping up conference play third in scoring with 16.3 points per game and fourth in free throw percentage, shooting over 85 percent ... Carter, who scored 20 or more points in five league games and hit at least one shot from beyond the arc in 13 contests, also led the Horned Frogs in scoring five times during conference play ... Overall, the Louisiana native scored in double-figures in 13 of the 16 conference games, including seven-straight to close the conference season ... Was the leading scorer on TCU squad with an average of 17.8 points per game, which ranked No. 40 overall in the NCAA ... Led TCU in scoring 15 times, while reaching double figures a team-high 27 times ... Scored 20 points or more 13 times, including 25+ seven times and two games with 30 or more ... Also paced the team in field goals made (5.4), 3-point field goals made (2.3), free throw percentage (.873), free throws made (4.8) and minutes (35.0) ... Ranked No. 40 nationally in scoring and No. 17 in free-throw percentage ... Also sat No. 77 overall in three-point field goals per game ... Posted the No. 1 scoring game in the NCAA during the course of the season, scoring a school record of 43 points against SMU on Nov. 17, which also ranks No. 2 in the Mountain West Conference all-time ... In the Mountain West Conference, Carter ranked No. 2 in scoring, No. 12 in assists, No. 2 in free throw percentage, No. 6 in 3-point field goal percentage, No. 3 in 3-point field goals made and No. 5 in minutes played ... She made it into the NCAA record books after connecting on 60-straight free throws, a mark that ranks No. 3 all-time in NCAA history ... Shined when facing NCAA tournament teams from a year ago, averaging 16.3 points per game, 4.6 rebounds, 2.9 assists, while shooting 95 percent from the line ... Against top 25 this season, Carter was at her best, averaging 20.1 points per game, 5.1 boards, while also shooting 87 percent from the foul line ... Had 21 points against Iowa State, 26 against Oklahoma and 26 at BYU ... She just missed scoring 20 at Texas A&M, recording 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting, while also posted 18 points at Fresno State and against Georgia ... Closed her career scoring a game-high 30 points in her final game in a TCU uniform ... The Louisiana native also tallied six assists and six rebounds ... In all, Carter put up 16 three-point attempts against the Golden Eagles, which ranks No. 1 all-time in school history for three-point field goal attempts in a single-game.

2009-10 (JUNIOR)
• All-Mountain West Conference First Team
• MWC Co-Player of the Week (Feb. 5)
• Academic All-MWC
Emily Carter was the lone Frog to start all 31 games for TCU during her junior season ... named First-Team All-Mountain West Conference ... joined teammate Helena Sverrisdottir in becoming the first pair of Frog teammates ever to be named first-team all-conference in the same season ... served as the team's leading scorer with a 14.4 points-per-game average ... also led TCU in minutes played (31.5 mpg), 3-pointers (61), 3-point shooting (41.5 percent), free throws (118) and free-throw shooting (87.4) ... was third in assists, fourth in steals and sixth in rebounds ... her 445 points tied for the ninth-best single-season total in program history ... averaged 15.7 ppg in conference play ... shot 87.4 percent from the free-throw line, which was just shy of former Frog Amy Sutton's 1998-99 school record of 87.6 percent ... also notched the No. 4 single-season 3-point shooting percentage in school history (41.5 percent) ... her 118 made free throws ranked sixth in TCU's single-season record book ... ended the season by making 27 consecutive free throws ... ranked 14th nationally in free-throw shooting, 138th in 3-pointers per game (2.0 pg) and 181st in scoring ... led the MWC in free-throw shooting ... also ranked No. 3 in 3-point shooting and 3-pointers made and No. 7 in scoring ... led TCU in scoring a team-best 14 times and assists twice ... totaled 20-plus points on six occasions to bring her career total to eight times ... notched four of TCU's top-6 scoring efforts of the season ... reached double figures in 23 of 31 games ... recorded her 100th career 3-pointer vs. Texas A&M (Dec. 12) ... shot 55.2 percent from the field over a six-game stretch between the SMU (Dec. 9) and Air Force (Jan. 6) games ... made at least one 3-pointer in 22 straight games between Nov. 18 (Fresno State) and Feb. 16 (San Diego State) and all but three times overall during the season ... scored in double figures 13 straight games from Dec. 9 (SMU) through Feb. 3 (BYU), which at the time was the MWC's longest active streak ... scored a career-best 25 points while playing a personal-high 56 minutes in TCU's four-overtime win at Utah (Feb. 10) ... the 56 minutes rank as the No. 3 single-game workload in school history ... sent the game into overtime with a jumper inside the final minute of regulation ... later matched the career-high scoring total with 25 points during the Feb. 23 home win over UNLV.

2008-09 (SOPHOMORE):
• All-Mountain West Conference Second Team
• Mountain West Conference Player of the Week (Jan. 12)

Carter appeared in each game with a career-high 26 starts as a sophomore... earned a place on the All-Moutain West Conference Second Team this season after raising her game to a new level during the MWC season... ranked third on the team in scoring, second in 3-pointers made and fourth in rebounds... was 13th in the Mountain West Conference in scoring and eighth in 3-point field-goal and free-throw percentage... recorded the 10th-best single-season free-throw percentage in program history... led the Frogs six times in scoring, three times in rebounds and once in assists... scored in double figures 20 times, including a string of 13 straight that marks a team season-high streak... had two 20-point performances... shot a league-best 42.4 percent from 3-point range while averaging 13.9 points per contest (the league's fifth-best mark) during MWC play... paced TCU while tying a career high with eight rebounds during the team's season-opening victory over No. 3 Maryland (Nov. 14)... scored 12 points in each of TCU's opening two games... set a then-career high with 15 points vs. Sam Houston State (Nov. 23)... hit two treys, including a key bucket with only 2:54 to play during TCU's Dec. 7 road upset of No. 3 Cal... tied what was then a career best with 15 points on 6-of-9 shooting Dec. 30 vs. SMU... put up the best performance of her career during a Jan. 7 road win at Colorado State, scoring 24 points with nine rebounds, both career highs... made six straight 3-pointers after missing her first attempt vs. the Rams... the individual percentage marked the 10th-best effort in Lady Frog history... scored 16 points with four 3-pointers the following game at UNLV (Jan. 10), when she added a career-best six assists.... earned MWC Player of the Week honors for her performances against CSU and UNLV... led TCU with 11 points and three steals in a career-best 38 minutes vs. BYU (Jan. 13)... scored 16 points on 5-of-8 shooting in the Jan. 17 home win over Air Force... totaled 19 points, with an 8-of-9 showing at the charity stripe, during the Jan. 21 road win at Wyoming... added 15 points for the sixth time in seven games Jan. 25 at No. 23 New Mexico... tied for the team scoring lead with 18 points Jan. 28 vs. San Diego State... went 4-for-4 from 3-point range against the Aztecs... went 6-of-9 from the field (3-of-5 on 3-pointers) while totaling 15 points and five assists Feb. 10 vs. UNLV... totaled a game-high 16 points Feb. 14 at BYU while adding a career-best four steals... led TCU with 20 points, six steals and four 3-pointers on only seven attempts at Air Force (Feb. 18)... broke her previous career best for steals with five in the first half alone... played all 40 minutes for the first time in her career Feb. 21 vs. Wyoming, but her streak of consecutive double-figure scoring games came to an end at 13... paced TCU with 10 points during a low-scoring home win Feb. 25 over New Mexico... scored her 500th career point Feb. 28 at San Diego State... scored 11 points in her first career NCAA Tournament appearance during TCU's first-round loss to South Dakota State (March 22).

Carter saw action in 33 of 35 games during her first season playing for TCU, making two starts... paced the team in both free-throw percentage and 3-point percentage... led the Frogs in rebounds once (at Rice, Dec. 6) this season... scored in double figures eight times, including five games between Dec. 6 and Jan. 4... hit at least two 3-pointers in nine games this season... earned her first career start against No. 12/14 Cal (Nov. 23)... recorded her first career points with a pair of free throws against Radford (Nov. 9)... posted a personal-best 14 points and eight rebounds against Rice in a career-high 31 minutes of action... went 4-of-5 from the field for 11 points while helping TCU earn its first-ever win over New Mexico (Jan. 15) in The Pit... hit a career-best four 3-pointers while tying her top scoring game of 14 points to help lead TCU over Air Force on Feb. 2... scored 12 points thanks to a 3-for-3 effort from behind the arc March 1 against UNLV.

2006-07 (REDSHIRT):
Carter redshirted during her first season at TCU.

Carter holds the record for the most points ever scored, male or female, at Airline High School... logged an impressive 2,574 points during her four years on varsity... averaged 22.7 points, 6.2 rebounds and 2.4 assists her senior campaign... played for Coach David Duhon... was a state nominee for the Wendy's High School Heisman... a McDonald's All-American nominee... also snagged BCI All-American and an AAU All-American honors... ended her career leading Airline to the 2006 state championship... was named all-district four straight seasons... also captured all-county and all-state recognition four years in a row from 2003 to 2006... had a phenomenal senior season where she was selected as MVP of Bossier City and selected to play in the Louisiana High School Coaches Associate/Coca Cola All-Star girls basketball game... led all scorers in the game with 11 points and picked up a win for the West team... played AAU ball with the Shreveport Bossier GBC... chose TCU over Louisiana Tech and Oklahoma State.

Full name is Emily Noel Carter... born on Oct. 28, 1987... daughter of Dr. John Carter, a physician, and Jan, a registered nurse... has a younger brother, David... enjoys outdoor activities like hunting and fishing... comes from a family of athletes that played sports at Louisiana Tech... aunt Kathy Bailey played basketball from 1974-77 and grandfather Bill competed from 1951-55... states softball was her favorite sport growing up.

Photo Gallery-Sophomore Season (2008-09)

Photo Gallery-Freshman Season (2007-08)

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