Micayla Buckner
Micayla  Buckner
RS Junior

Garland, TX

High School:
Naaman Forest High School

Last College:
Collin College




Mean Green Sign NJCAA All-American Anisha George

Second NJCAA All-American To Sign This Offseason


Women's Basketball Season Review

Most Wins In 12 Years


Recapping Bradley's Historic Season

Bradley's 578 Points Are Most in 32 Years In Program History


Mean Green's Conference Tournament Run Ends In Semifinals

North Texas Knocked Off By WKU, 77-61


Free Throws Lift North Texas Over LA Tech To C-USA Semifinals

Mims Drops Career-High 19 Points

• Started all 31 games for the Mean Green
 Scored a career-high 20 points versus Texas A&M International on Nov. 14
• Second on the team in rebounds with 167
• Led the team with 35 blocks
• Her 35 blocks were the most in 15 seasons in school history and the eighth most in school history
• Recorded her first career double-double on Nov. 29 versus SMU with 10 points and 11 rebounds
• Had her second double-double on Jan. 3 at LA Tech with 10 points and 12 rebounds
• Averaged 7.1 points per game

• Scored a season-high 10 points twice, most recently versus UAB in the first round of the C-USA Championship on March 8.
• Had a career-high 10 rebounds versus UT-Rio Grande Vallley on Nov. 18.
• Had three blocks versus UAB in the first round of the C-USA Championship on March 8.

2015-16 (Collin College)
• Averaged 11.6 opints, 8.1 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 32 games played, shooting 48.4 percent
• Was an NJCAA First Team All-Region V selection 
• The Lady Cougars finished with a school-recrod 26-6 record to capture a conference title
• Named the third-best junior college post in the nation by Dan Olsen of the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report

2014-15 (Baylor)
• Suited up, but never saw action as Baylor won the Big 12 championship for the fifth consecutive year

Naaman Forest High School
• Averaged 11 points, 12 rebounds, two assists and one block per game as a senior
• Was a McDonald's All-America nominee
• Three-time first team all-district selection
• District 11-5A Defensive Player of the Year in 2011-12
• Also played volleyball and was named the district's Most Valuable Defensive Blocker in 2012-13

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