· Two-time All-Big 12 First-Team selection (2013-14, 2014-15)
· Big 12 Player of the Week (2014-15)
Big 12 All-Tournament Team (2013-14)
Hardwood Tournament of Hope All-Tournament Team (2013-14)
Academic All-Big 12 Second Team (2013-14)
Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll (2013-14)
Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (2012-13)
Big 12 All-Freshman Team (2012-13)
Four-time Big 12 Freshman of the Week (2012-13)
Five-time TCU Female Athlete of the Week
· Two-time TCU Scholar Athlete of the Month
· Competed in 31 contests with 29 starts.
· Led the team in scoring (484 points), points per game (15.6), assists (129), 3-pointers (72), 3-point percentage (.381), free-throws (102) and free-throw percentage (.879).
· Set TCU single-season record in free-throw percentage (.879) while ranking eighth in made 3-pointers, ninth in assists and 10th in total points.
· Named All-Big 12 First Team for the second-straight season, becoming just the fourth Horned Frog in program history to earn multiple first-team selections.
· Scored in double figures in 25 contests with eight performances of 20 or more points.
· Became the fastest Horned Frog in program history to score 1,000-career points in TCU's win over SMU on Nov. 19.
· Rattled off season-high 29 points in win over Missouri State in OMNI Classic, going 10-of-13 from the field, 5-of-7 from 3-point range and 4-of-4 from the free-throw line.
· Connected on seven buckets from distance for a 23-point effort against Sam Houston State.
· Averaged 19.7 points over three-game span as TCU defeated Iowa State, No. 16 Oklahoma State and Kansas for a program-record three-straight Big 12 wins.
· Registered 21 points, highlighted by 11-of-13 effort from the charity stripe, in TCU's dramatic comeback win over Iowa State.
· Recorded second-career double-double with 21 points and 11 assists against the Jayhawks for the program's first win in Lawrence on Jan. 14.
· Went off for 24 points on 8-of-12 shooting from field, including five 3-pointers, to help lead TCU to first-ever victory over Oklahoma State in Stillwater on Jan. 24.
· Posted 19 points at home in a win over Kansas, including a bucket to seal the win with 35 seconds remaining.
· Scored in double figures in each of the final six games of the season, averaging 17.7 points.
· Led TCU with 19 points and five assists in the program's first-ever win over West Virginia on Feb. 24.
· Followed up with 18 points in regular-season home finale victory over K-State on Feb. 28.
· Posted 12 points, highlighted by 7-of-8 mark at the charity stripe, in the WNIT opener against Stephen F. Austin.
· Closed the season with 26-point performance at Southern Miss in the second round of the WNIT, going 6-of-12 from 3-point range.
Earned All-Big 12 First-Team honors after averaging 17.1 points per game.
Posted the second-most 3-pointers (80) and the third-most points (564) in a season in TCU history.
Ranked third in the Big 12 in 3-pointers per game (2.4), fourth in minutes (34.1 mpg), fifth in scoring (17.1 ppg) and free-throw percentage (.818), eighth in assists (3.7 apg) and 14th in steals (1.3 spg).
Started all 33 contests, extending consecutive starts streak to 63 games.
Sank the fifth-most field goals in TCU single-season history, going 186-of-487 (.382), while handing out the 10th-most assists (123) in TCU history.
Scored in double figures in 28 of the 33 contests, with 13 performances surpassing the 20-point threshold.
Named to the Big 12 All-Tournament Team after averaging 25.0 points and draining eight 3-pointers against Texas Tech and No. 7 West Virginia. Also went 14-of-16 from the charity stripe in the two contests.
Medley set TCU tournament records with 32 points and six 3-pointers against the seventh-ranked Mountaineers. The 3-pointers and points ranked as the fourth and sixth most in a Big 12 Championship game, respectively.
Led all players with 23 points in TCU's WNIT loss at Colorado, draining four 3-pointers while going 7-of-8 from the free-throw line.
Posted third-career double-double in the season opener against ULM with 24 points and season-high 10 assists to go with five steals.
Named to the Hardwood Tournament of Hope All-Tournament Team in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, highlighted by a 27-point performance against South Dakota State where she sank five 3-pointers and went 10-of-14 from the free-throw line.
Led TCU with 22 points as Frogs captured first-ever Big 12 road victory over Texas Tech. Averaged 21.0 points in three total contests against the Red Raiders and TCU earned its first-ever regular season sweep over Texas Tech.
Handed out nine assists against Kansas on Jan. 8, including four on the final five baskets, as TCU overcome an 11-point deficit in the final four minutes.
Scored all 12 of her points in the final nine minutes of TCU's historic win over Texas on Jan. 19, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:17 remaining.
Notched a then-season high 29 points against West Virginia on Feb. 1, going 8-of-24 from the field and 10-of-11 from the charity stripe. Medley averaged 28.0 points in three contests against the Mountaineers.
Scored in double figures in the final 14 games of the season while averaging 22.6 points over the last five contests.
Earned a unanimous selection to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team, as well as Big 12 Honorable Mention honors, after leading TCU with 12.9 points per game.
Led all freshmen in the Big 12 in scoring and assists (4.3 apg). Medley's 4.3 assists per game ranked third nationally among freshmen.
Stood out as the only rookie in the Big 12 to rank in the top 15 overall in scoring (No. 15) and assists (No. 6), while also placing third in three-point field goals per game (2.6) and sixth in 3-point field goal percentage (.320).
Medley's 77 total 3-pointers ranked third all-time at TCU for a single season, while her 130 assists ranked eighth in program history.
Named Big 12 Freshman of the Week on four occasions.
Become the only freshmen in the country to record 13 or more assists in a single game, having accomplished the feat against Oklahoma. Medley's 13 dimes set a new school and Daniel-Meyer Coliseum record, while also achieving her first-career double-double in the process with 11 points.
Scored in double figures in 18 contests, including 11 against Big 12 opponents. Surpassed the 20-point threshold on six occasions, including a career-best 35-point outburst against Kansas.
The 35 points were the most in a game by a TCU freshman since Tricia Payne went for 36 points against Lamar in 1998. Medley joined All-America honorees Brittney Griner (Baylor) and Brittany Chambers (K-State) as the only players in the Big 12 to record that many points in a game during the 2012-13 season.
Rattled off nine 3-pointers en route to a 27-point performance against SMU in just her fourth collegiate game, matching Amy Sutton Porter's school record for 3-pointers set in 1999.
The nine treys tied for the fourth-best mark all-time in Big 12 history.
SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOOL
Three-time first-team 3A all-state selection by the Chicago Sun Times and a unanimous all-state honoree by the Associated Press as a senior.
Two-time first-team selection on the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette Girls All-State Basketball Team.
Helped Springfield High to a fourth-place finish at the Class 3A Girls State Basketball Tournament, while making the playoffs all four seasons.
Racked up a total of 2,617 points in her four-year career, marking the most points in school history by either a male or female.
Voted the State Journal-Register Central State Eight Conference Female Athlete of the Year.
Averaged 24.2 points per game during her senior campaign, while connecting on 79 3-pointers.
Three-time State Journal-Register Central State Eight Conference Player of the Year and the 2011-12 IBS Illinois Player of the Year.
Set program records for assists (531), 3-pointers made (264) and attempted (667), steals (435), double-figure scoring games (123), free throws made (525) and attempted (668), games played (139), field goals made (910) and attempts (1,876).
Rated the 155th best player in the country and No. 33 amongst point guards overall by Dan Olson Collegiate Girls Report.
Placed fifth overall in the Illinois Ms. Basketball voting.