By Florida A&M Sports Information
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (Dec. 6) – Florida A&M Women’s Basketball players Jasmine Grice and Kimberly Sparkman are currently ranked nationally in points per game and three-point field goals per game, announced Tuesday by the NCAA.
Grice, a 5-10 red shirt junior guard from Quincy, Fla., currently leads the nation and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in scoring as she is averaging 24.1 points per game. She recorded a 30 point performance on the season and has scored 20-plus points in the five of the Lady Rattlers’ seven games on the season.
Sparkman, a 5-7 junior guard from Columbia, Tenn., is currently ranked second in the nation and leads the MEAC in three-point field goals per game at 3.67 per game. She is currently averaging 16.7 points per game for the Lady Rattlers. Sparkman nailed a season-high seven three pointers against Virginia Commonwealth (12-1-12) and knocked down six three-pointers against Stetson (11-16-12).
“This is truly a great honor for these two young ladies. This proves how much hard work and dedication pays off. Once again, I am truly happy for them and I know they will keep up the good work,” said Head Women’s Basketball Coach LeDawn Gibson.