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35 Achiri Ade

CAREER

  • Finished her career fifth on Texas A&M’s rebound average chart with 7.4 per game
  • Ranked second in SEC games for offensive rebounds in both of her seasons at Texas A&M
  • Posted seven double doubles
  • Averaged 6.7 points and 7.4 rebounds for her career

2014-15 HONORS

  • Texas A&M Miss Aggie Award

2014-15 HIGHLIGHTS

  • Had a game-winning buzzer-beater on a put-back at Arkansas (Jan. 4)
  • Finished her career fifth at Texas A&M with a 7.4 rebound per game average
  • Grabbed 10+ rebounds in five straight games from Jan. 2-18, the first Aggie to have five straight 10+ rebound games since Kelsey Bone in 2012-13
  • Ranked third in SEC games in rebounding

2014-15 (SENIOR)

Averaged 6.5 points and 8.0 rebounds in 33 games (28 starts), and earning the team’s prestigious Miss Aggie Award...Won the Aggies the game at Arkansas (Jan. 4) with a put-back that beat the buzzer, giving the Aggies a 52-50 win...Posted 10 points and 15 rebounds against the Razorbacks...Ranked 10th on the Texas A&M single-season rebound list with 263 rebounds...Ranked third in SEC play in rebounds per game and second in offensive rebounds per game...Had five straight 10+ rebound games to start conference play (Jan. 2-18), making her the first Aggie with five straight 10+ rebound games since Kelsey Bone in 2012-13...Averaged 8.0 points and 8.9 rebounds against the AP Top 25, including a season-high 15 points at No. 1 South Carolina (Jan. 26)...Posted three double-doubles...Had eight games of 10+ points and 10 games of 10+ rebounds...Had a game-tying fadeaway with 29.4 seconds left against No. 3 Texas (Dec. 21)...Matched a career-high by collecting 16 rebounds, and nine offensive boards, against UTPA (Nov. 16)

2013-14 HONORS

  • Texas A&M Newcomer Award

2013-14 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

  • Ranked second in offensive rebounds in SEC play
  • Ranked 18th in the SEC in blocks
  • Had 16 rebounds at No. 25 Georgia (Jan. 12), the second-most for A&M in an SEC game

JUNIOR (2013-14)

Averaged 6.9 points and 6.8 rebounds in her first season at A&M, earning the team’s Newcomer Award … Ranked second in SEC Games in offensive rebounds and ranked 18th in the SEC in blocks for all games … Had 16 rebounds at No. 25 Georgia (Jan. 12), the second-most for A&M in an SEC game and the 16th-most in a single game at A&M … Had four double-doubles … Scored 21 points off of 8-8 shooting and had 12 rebounds vs. Alabama (Jan. 5) … Scored in double figures eight times … Had double-digit rebounds in six games … Had 14 points and 13 rebounds at Florida (Mar. 2) … Had 18 points and 11 rebounds at Houston (Nov. 17)

SOPHOMORE AT MIDLAND COLLEGE (2012-13)

Named a NJCAA First Team All-American … Named the MVP of the Western Junior College Athletic Conference … All-Region selection … Led Midland to a 27-8 record, a share of the Western Junior College Athletic Conference title, a Region V title and to a Sweet 16 appearance in the NJCAA Tournament … Was sixth in the nation (NJCAA-D1) and led Region V with 12.5 rebounds per game … Averaged 14.2 points per game … Ranked second in Region V in total points with 426 … Ranked 16th in the NJCAA and third in Region V with 1.93 blocks per game … Posted 27 double doubles … Scored 24 points against Odessa College (Jan. 14) … Had 22 rebounds at Western Texas College (Jan. 21) … Had 18 points and 18 rebounds against Chihuahua (Mexico) (Nov. 24)

FRESHMAN AT MIDLAND COLLEGE (2011-12)

Ranked 24th in the nation (NJCAA-D1) and led the WJCAC in rebounds per game with 10.0 … Averaged 11.7 points over 31 games to rank seventh in the WJCAC … Ranked fourth in her league with a 46.3 field goal percentage and ranked fifth in blocks with 1.0 per game … Had 13 double doubles … Scored 20 points in her junior college debut against Cochise (Nov. 3) … Had 21 rebounds and 16 points against Odessa (Feb. 6)

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

Named a ESPNU HoopGurlz Top 100 recruit out of high school … Rated as a four-star recruit and the 92nd-best player in the nation … Named a McDonalds All-American Nominee … Helped Seton Keough to a state tile … Averaged 16 points and 13 rebounds en route to setting a Seton Keough school record in points

PERSONAL

Achiri Ade … Born March 12, 1993 in Baltimore, Md. … Daughter of Dolores and Suh Ade … Has two brothers, Tizi and Suh and one sister, Shirri … Majoring in business … Chose the Aggies over South Carolina, Memphis, James Madison and George Mason

THEY SAID IT

Position: Forward
Height: 6'1"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
High School: Seton Keough HS
Other College: Midland JC
Experience: 1 Letter
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