Photo Gallery-Junior Season (2008-09)
Mountain West Conference Preseason Newcomer of the Year
Honorable-Mention All-Mountain West Conference
Mountain West Conference All-Defensive Team
Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete Award
Academic All-Mountain West Conference
Eboni Mangum concluded her two-year career by earning a pair of postseason honors from the Mountain West Conference ... was named honorable-mention All-MWC ... also one of six league players selected to the MWC's All-Defensive Team after serving as TCU's No. 1 defensive stopper throughout the season ... returned from knee surgery that cut short her junior season to play in all 31 games as a senior ... started 25 games, including each of the final 23 contests ... ranked second on the team in steals (1.5 spg) and free-throw shooting (81.1 percent); fifth in scoring (8.1 ppg); and seventh in rebounds (2.3 rpg) ... shot 45.7 percent from the field in MWC play, which was tops among all league guards ... scored in double figures 10 times during the season while leading TCU in points twice ... was instrumental in TCU's four-overtime road victory at Utah (Feb. 10), setting career highs in points (25), field goals (10) and minutes played (52) against the Utes ... the game kicked off a stretch of three straight games that saw Mangum score in double figures, her longest such streak as a Frog ... recorded a career-high five steals vs. San Diego State (Jan. 16) ... saw a career-high streak of made free throws reach 21 on Jan. 13 at Wyoming ... the streak dated back to Nov. 20, 2008, prior to her knee injury as a junior.
Mountain West Conference Preseason Newcomer of the Year
Mangum appeared in 12 games as a junior in her first season playing for TCU before undergoing season-ending knee surgery to reconstruct a torn ACL... suffered a complete ACL tear in her right knee prior to the start of the season, but still opted to play in 12 of TCU's first 16 contests... opened her TCU career by starting each of the first six games after sitting out last season as a transfer from Louisiana Tech... reached double figures in scoring three times... scored 10 points during TCU's season-opening victory over No. 3 Maryland (Nov. 14).. matched a career best with three 3-pointers in the first half against UTSA (Nov. 16) for nine points... reeled in a career-high four steals vs. Sam Houston State (Nov. 23)... scored her 500th career point at home vs. Houston (Nov. 25)... aggrevated a knee injury vs. Fresno State and missed the next three games... made her return to the lineup Dec. 21 at No. 4 Texas A&M... hit two of TCU's season-high 12 treys during a road win at Colorado State (Jan. 7)... reached double figures for the fourth time with 10 points at UNLV (Jan. 10), but suffered a reaggrevation of her right knee injury that ended her season.
2007-08 (REDSHIRT TRANSFER):
Mangum was forced to sit out her first season at TCU due to NCAA transfer rules after transferring from Louisiana Tech.
2006-07 (SOPHOMORE AT LOUISIANA TECH):
Mangum started 28 of 30 games for the Techsters while helping the squad to a share of the Western Athletic Conference regular-season crown... ranked third on the team averaging 8.6 points per game while pacing the squad with 96 assists... twice led the team in single-game scoring, and her 16 games as the leading assister topped all players on the squad... dished out a career-high nine assists on Nov. 21 to help Tech defeat Iowa on Nov. 21.. scored a season-high 16 points during a 64-61 loss to Kansas State on Dec. 5.
2005-06 (FRESHMAN AT LOUISIANA TECH):
Mangum earned a spot on the WAC All-Freshman team after playing in 28 games with three starts... named co-Freshman of the Year in the state of Louisiana by the state's sportswriter's association... posted averages of 7.5 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game... averaged 10.0 points per game prior to injuring her knee in early February... scored in double-figures nine times, including a career-high 17-point effort against Grambling State Dec. 10... recorded career bests of eight boards Jan. 14 against Fresno State and eight assists Nov. 22 versus Iowa.. ranked No. 8 in program history for a freshman with both 13 3-pointers and 605 minutes played.
Mangum was a four-year letterwinner while playing guard for coach Doug Lechtenberger at John Foster Dulles High School in Sugarland, Texas... ranked as the No. 18 high school senior in the country by All-Star Girl's Report in 2005... named a finalst for the McDonald's All-American Team that season... collected several other accolades, including 2005 All-America honors from the WBCA... named a two-time District 20-5A Most Valuable Player in addition to her three first-team all-state appearances... helped Dulles post a 124-23 record over her four seasons... scored 2,502 points (17.0 per game average) and hit 221 3-pointers during her career... led the Vikings to a 34-2 mark and regional semifinals appearance of the 2005 state tournament as a senior, when she averaged 20.5 points, 3.9 rebounds, 3.9 steals and 3.8 assists per game... collected averages of 19.6 points, 4.4 boards, 4.8 steals and 3.8 assists during her junior season... earned District Defensive Player of the Year honors as a sophomore... second-team all-state as a freshman... selected as adidas Top Ten Camp Upperclass All-Star in the summer of 2004, one year after earning adidas Underclass All-Star accolades... received AAU 16-and-Under All-America honors the summer of 2003.
Mangum is a business administration major at TCU... has one older brother, Donald, and one older sister, Karen... born to Donald and Ellen Mangum on Jan. 27, 1987... hopes to play professionally following her career as a Lady Frog... spends her free time making music, listening to music, playing video games and using the computer.
Points: 25 (2/10/10-Utah)
Rebounds: 8 (1/21/06-Fresno State)*
Field Goals: 10 (2/10/10-Utah)
Field-Goal Attempts: 18 (11/22/05-Iowa)*
3-Pointers: 3, 4x (last 3/12/10-Utah)
3-Pointer Attempts: 9 (12/3/06-Arizona)*
Free Throws: 8 (11/15/09-Houston Baptist)
Free-Throw Attempts: 8, 3x (last 11/15/09-Houston Baptist)
Assists: 9 (11/21/06-Iowa)*
Blocked Shots: 1, 7x (last 1/13/10-Wyoming)
Steals: 5 (1/16/10-San Diego State)
Minutes: 52 (2/10/10-Utah)
*-While playing at Louisiana Tech (2005-07)