Emily Carter
Emily Carter

Position:
Video Coordinator Assistant | 1st Season

Alma Mater:
TCU (2010-11)


03/07/2013

TCU Opens Phillips 66 Big 12 Championship

Tip-off is set for 8:30 p.m. CT.

02/28/2013

TCU Closes Home Slate Saturday

Tip-off is set for 4:00 p.m. CT.

02/19/2013

TCU Set for No. 23 Oklahoma State

Tip-off is set for 7:00 p.m. CT.

02/15/2013

TCU Travels to No. 1 Baylor Saturday

Tip-off is set for 1:00 p.m. CT.

02/13/2013

Horned Frogs Drop Heartbreaker Wednesday

Zahna Medley scored a game and career-high 35 points Wednesday.

Emily Carter is in her first season as the program's video coordinator assistant. The former Horned Frog standout had one of the greatest senior season's in program history in 2010-11. She 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. She was the leading scorer on TCU squad with an average of 17.8 points per game, which ranked No. 40 overall in the NCAA. Carter led TCU in scoring 15 times, while reaching double figures a team-high 27 times, while scoring 20 points or more 13 times, including 25+ seven times and two games with 30 or more.

Carter, who 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. She posted the No. 1 scoring game in the NCAA during the course of her senior 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. 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.

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 shined when facing NCAA tournament teams during her senior season, averaging 16.3 points per game, 4.6 rebounds, 2.9 assists, while shooting 95 percent from the line. Against top 25, Carter was at her best, averaging 20.1 points per game, 5.1 boards, while also shooting 87 percent from the foul line. She had 21 points against Iowa State, 26 against Oklahoma and 26 at BYU.


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