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Micayla Buckner
Micayla  Buckner
Class:
RS Junior

Hometown:
Garland, TX

High School:
Naaman Forest High School

Last College:
Collin College

Height:
6-4

Position:
Post


05/07/2018

Mean Green Sign NJCAA All-American Anisha George

Second NJCAA All-American To Sign This Offseason

03/22/2018

Women's Basketball Season Review

Most Wins In 12 Years

03/11/2018

Recapping Bradley's Historic Season

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

03/09/2018

Mean Green's Conference Tournament Run Ends In Semifinals

North Texas Knocked Off By WKU, 77-61

03/08/2018

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

Mims Drops Career-High 19 Points

2017-18 
• 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

2016-17 
• 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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