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Epiphanny Prince is an American basketball player, formely at Rutgers University. She gained national attention when she broke Cheryl Miller's 24-year-old girls' high school girls single-game scoring record, scoring 113 points in a February 1, 2006 game in New York City.
As a freshman (2006-07): Saw action in all 36 games, earning the starting nod in the final 30 games … Closed third on the team in scoring with 12.2 points per game … Paced team in steals (2.5), ranking second in the BIG EAST … Led team in free throw percentage (.799) and free throws made (3.1) per game … Named to All-BIG EAST Freshman Team … Earned BIG?EAST? Freshman of the Week accolades on Nov. 20 and again on Dec. 18 … Also ranked eighth in the BIG EAST in three-point field goal percentage (.368) and 11th in free throw percentage … Scored in double-digits in all but 12 games … Tallied nine or more points in 29 of 36 games while scoring 15 or more points in 11 games … Led the team in steals in 21 of 36 games this season and had three or more in 25 contests … Registered a career-best six swipes versus Iowa on Dec. 16 … Shot 90.3 percent (28-of-31) in 'crunch time', the last two minutes of the game … Had two double-doubles of the season - against Ole Miss and Arizona State … In both games, teammate Kia Vaughn has also registered a double-double … Began freshman campaign with string of 11 straight double-digit games … Had 14 points versus Georgia in season opener on Nov. 12 and had 15 points at Pepperdine on Nov. 17, going 6-of-9 from the floor … Followed it with career performance of 29 points and eight assists in win over Florida on Nov. 18 … Had 19 points in back-to-back games at DePaul and versus Princeton … Recorded a career-best four 3-pointers at DePaul … Had first double-double of the year, scoring 22 points and adding 10 rebounds in triple overtime win over Ole Miss on Dec. 12 …Went to free throw line a season-high 15 times versus the Lady Rebels and played a RU record 51 minutes … Collected 18 points, six rebounds and a career-high six steals versus Iowa on Dec. 16 … Had 17 points and five steals at Old Dominion to close out the calendar year … Recorded 16 points at Seton Hall, going 10-for-11 from the free throw line … Scored 20 points and had six rebounds and five assists in victory at Temple on Jan. 24 … String of four straight double-digit games, commencing with 15 point effort versus Marquette and concluding with 12 points against West Virginia on Feb. 11 … Had 14 points with a pair of triples versus Providence on Feb. 20 … Scored 14 points with six assists versus Michigan State in second round of NCAA Tournament on March 20 … Second double-double of career and season came in Greensboro Regional Final versus Arizona State with 10 points and 10 rebounds … Finished second in the BIG EAST in steals, 11th in free throw percentage and 29th in the league in scoring … Was ranked eighth among league leaders in three-point field goal percentage (.368).
Averaged 42.1 points, 7.8 rebounds and 11.5 assists per league game as a senior at Murry Bergtraum High School ... Was named an All-American by Parade (first team) and USA Today (second team) ... Participated in the 2006 Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and McDonald’s High School All-America Games ... Established a new national record when she scored 113 points in a single game February 1, 2006, making 54 of 60 (.900) field goals ... Helped lead her high school squad to a 27-2 record and a No. 2 national ranking in 2006 ... Never lost a league game during her four-year career ... Was picked as New York’s Nike Co-Ms. Basketball by the Jordan All-America Classic ... Was invited to the 2006 USA Basketball Under-18 National Team Trials ... Averaged nearly 23 points and 12 assists per game as a junior ... Named a 2005 All-American by Street & Smith’s (first team), Parade (second team) and EA Sports ... Helped lead her team, ranked third in the Student Sports 2005-2006 Preseason Top 50 Poll, to four straight Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) titles (2003-2006) and two New York State Federation championships (2004-2005) ... Was among the highest-rated players in the nation, picked third by Blue Star, fourth by Gameball Magazine, 10th by Scout.com, 13th by Full Court Press, and eighth overall and the second-best point guard by the All Star Girls Report ... The 2004 Daily News Player of the Year, she was a three-time first-team all-state selection (2004-2006) and earned All-America honors from Street & Smith’s (fourth team, 2004; honorable mention, 2003), USA Today (2004-2005) and Student Sports (2004 Sophomore of the Year) ... Competed at the 2003 Nike All-America Camp ... Played club ball with the New York Exodus and current RU sophomore Kia Vaughn ...
Is enrolled at Rutgers College ... Parents are Jerry Prince and Kathy Williams-Prince ... Has a younger brother, Emeek.