First Team All-Mountain West Selection (2011-12)
Mountain West Freshman of the Year (2011-12)
Seven-time TCU Female Athlete of the Month
Started 26 of 31 contests played during 2013-14 campaign.
Averaged 11.6 points per game, ranking 17 in the Big 12, with 4.5 rebounds per contest.
Shot a career-best 40 percent (131-327) from the field and 85 percent (51-of-60) from the free-throw line.
Connected on 48 3-pointers on 153 attempts (.314) and drained three or more treys in six contests.
Scored in double figures in 19 games and 15 or more points on eight occasions.
Led TCU in scoring in eight contests.
Tallied 10 points and matched career best with nine rebounds against Texas State.
Tallied 14 points and nine boards against Florida Gulf Coast in the Hardwood Tournament of Hope in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Was 4-of-7 from the field and 5-of-6 from the charity stripe.
Closed out the tournament with 14 points off a 6-of-11 effort against No. 16 Purdue.
Averaged 16.7 points over the next three contests against Stephen F. Austin, UTPA and Abilene Christian while shooting a combined 54 percent (19-of-35) from the field.
Drained a go-ahead 3-pointer with just over a minute remaining in TCU's comeback win over Kansas.
Tallied 14 points and three steals at Oklahoma, going 4-of-8 from 3-point range.
Posted 15 points off 5-of-10 effort from the field against No. 20 West Virginia.
Erupted for 20 points against Texas Tech, going 7-of-13 from the field and 4-of-4 from the charity stripe.
Drained the first of three 3-pointers against Kansas State to hit the 1,000-point threshold for her career. Finished with 15 points against the Wildcats.
Rattled off 20 points, highlighted by 4-of-6 effort from long range, as TCU topped Oklahoma in the regular-season home finale.
Shined in the opening round of the Big 12 Championship against Texas Tech, posting 18 points off a 6-of-10 performance from the field and perfect 6-of-6 effort from the free-throw line.
Closed the season with 14 points at Colorado in the opening round of the WNIT.
Converted 30 of final 32 free-throws (.938) of the season.
Ranked 38th in the NCAA in free throw percentage, shooting 84.3 percent from the charity stripe.
Finished second on the team in scoring, averaging 11.3 points per game, which ranked 20th overall in the Big 12.
Also finished third in the league in free throw percentage and 14th overall in 3-point field goals made per game (1.53).
Led TCU in scoring 11 times on the season, while scoring in double-figures 16 times on the year.
Ventress hit the 20-point mark five times in 2012-13.
Recorded a career high with 27 points against Oklahoma, including 23 in the first half.
Posted 24 points, including six 3-pointers, at Oklahoma State.
Came up big at the line in win over Oklahoma State, making 5-of-6 free throws.
Recorded 20 points against UCF.
Posted team-high 19 points while grabbing seven boards in 35 minutes of action at Texas State.
Led Frogs with 19 points on 5-of-10 shooting against Georgia.
Tied a career-best with nine rebounds against Houston.
Posted three steals and made all eight free throw attempts in win over SMU.
Closed the year scoring 16 points, all in second half, against Texas.
Also hit the 20-point mark against West Virginia, netting 21 at the DMC.
Put together one of the top freshman seasons in program history.
Became the first Horned Frog to earn Mountain West Freshman of the Year since former Frog and current professional Helena Sverrisdottir did so in 2007-08.
By collecting first team accolades, she not only became the first Horned Frog in program history to earn first team MW honors as a true freshman, but also the first in the Mountain West since Utah's Kim Smith did so during her rookie campaign in 2002-03.
Scored in double-figures in 11 of the 14 conference games and 18 overall.
Lone freshman in the conference and one of only two players overall to have six games of 20 or more points during conference play.
Finished the regular season ranked No. 15 amongst all freshman scorers in the NCAA and No. 8 in conference games only nationally.
Led TCU in scoring 18 times, including seven games of 20 or more.
Closed the season becoming the first freshman to lead TCU in scoring (13.4 ppg) since Jill Sutton tallied 13.3 for the 1997-98 campaign.
Was one of only two freshmen in the country to post two-straight halves of 20 or more points.
Posted three-straight games of 23 or more points at Colorado State (23), at UNLV (25) and against Boise State (23).
Finished second in conference games in scoring, averaging 17.0 points per game, while also ranking third in free throws percentage (.870), fifth in three-point field goal percentage (.410) and second in three-point field goals made (2.4).
Opened her TCU career scoring 16 points at Georgia.
Started all but two games for the Frogs during her freshman season.
Became only the seventh freshman under head coach Jeff Mittie to start a season-opener at TCU.
Set or tied career-highs in scoring (21), assists (3), three-pointers made (3) and blocks (3) against NC State.
Led TCU with 20 points against Colorado State, marking the second game of 20 + points in her career.
Scored a then career-high 23 points against UNLV, while playing a career-high in minutes with 39.
Continued her strong play in conference action with 18 points at Wyoming.
Poured in 23 points on 8-of-13 shooting at Colorado State, tying her then career-high output, while knocking down 4-of-6 from behind the arc.
Set a career-high with 25 points at UNLV in 39 minutes.
HScored 23 points, including 7-of-8 from the free throw line against Boise State
Filled the stat line against Air Force with 17 points, six rebounds and two steals
Notched 18 points at New Mexico, while grabbing a new career-high nine boards.
Had a solid night against Wyoming with 10 points, five boards and four assists.
NORTH CROWLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Ranked as the No. 91 overall prospect in the country by ESPN/HoopGurlz Hot 100.
After a solid senior season, Ventress was not only named the Fort Worth Star-Telegram Player of the Year, but was also a McDonalds All-America nominee.
Earned first-team all-area by the Dallas Morning News, while being named to the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star team.
Ventress sat at No. 103 according to All-Star Girls Report and as the 82nd best player in the country by Dan Olson Collegiate Girls Report.
Ventress also ranked among the top 100 players in the nation and was No. 12 overall in the state of Texas according to Premier Basketball Report.
Also the fourth-best guard in the state of Texas and ranked No. 30 overall among guards nationally according to ESPN/HoopGurlz.
Texas Girls Coaching Association all-state honoree as a junior and senior.
Earned first-team all-district accolades and District 3-5A MVP honors.
Averaged over 15 points during her high school career.
Also excelled in the classroom at North Crowley earning academic all-district accolades multiple times in both volleyball and basketball.