#25 - Liz Horton
|2010-11 Women's Basketball|
|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
2012-2013: Appeared in 30 games for the Crusaders in her junior campaign...named Most Improved Player...scored five points in twelve minutes versus Indiana (Nov. 9)...recorded 14 points and six rebounds versus Purdue-Calumet (Nov. 14)...knocked down a three-pointer at Cameron Indoor Stadium against #4 Duke (Nov. 23)...registered six points and three rebounds versus Saint Louis (Dec. 1)...went 8-for-9 from the floor including 3-for-3 from beyond the arc as part of a season-high 19-point performance at Western Michigan (Dec. 19)...scored six points at UIC (Jan. 19)...recorded six points at home versus Cleveland State (Feb. 2)...shot 3-for-4 from the floor as part of a six-point night at Detroit on Feb. 9th...tallied two points, two blocks, and two boards at Cleveland State (Mar. 2)...threw in five points and brought down four rebounds at Youngstown State (Mar. 4).
2011-2012: Appeared in 12 games off the bench as a sophomore … played 14 minutes on the road against Colorado on Nov. 25 … played a season-high 19 minutes and scored a career-best nine points against Indiana-Northwest (Nov. 30) … two points and two rebounds against Loyola (Feb. 18) ... added seven points and a season-high five rebounds against No. 12 Green Bay (Feb. 23).
2010-2011: Appeared in 15 games off of the bench as a freshman ... scored two points and had first collegiate assist at Green Bay (Feb. 24) ... had one rebound against Green Bay on Jan. 29 ... grabbed a season-high four rebounds at Detroit (Jan. 6) ... played a season-high nine minutes and grabbed one rebound against Notre Dame on Dec. 20 ... scored three points and added first career steal against Chicago State (Dec. 18) in seven minutes of play ... saw six minutes of action against Pittsburgh on Dec. 11 ... blocked a shot against Cincinnati (Nov. 28) ... pulled down two boards at Lamar on Nov. 20 ... scored first two collegiate points and had first career blocked shot against Austin Peay (Nov. 19) ... made collegiate debut Nov. 12 at DePaul and grabbed one rebound in the opener.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Vikings ... a four-time All-Conference selection, twice in the Big 8 Conference and twice in the Blue Chip Conference ... earned Honorable Mention All-State honors as a junior and senior by the IBCA and Associated Press ... a Hoosier Basketball Magazine All-State selection twice ... a McDonald’s All-American nominee ... named to the Hoosier Basketball Magazine All-Star Team ... named to the Evansville Courier All-Southwest Indiana Second Team as a junior and First Team as a senior ... participated in the North/South All-Star game ... scored 1,266 career points ... set school’s career (42%) and single season (44%) three-point field goal percentage record ... played basketball for coach Mark Holt ... also lettered in volleyball.
Personal: Liz is the daughter of Mark Horton and Lori Morton ... born Oct. 4, 1991 ... major is psychology ... completed her practicum at the South Haven Boys & Girls Club ... volunteered at Popcorn Festival and Opportunity Enterprises the past three years.
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