Alabama moves to 9-1 on the season and 7-0 at home with the win
2015-16 (SOPHOMORE) Played in all 30 games and made 19 starts ... third on the team in scoring with 9.2 points per game and rebounds at 4.2 boards per outing ... leads the team in blocks with 41 ... ranks sixth in the SEC in blocks with 1.4 rejections per game ... scored double-figure points 12 times ... pulled down double-digit rebounds four times ... has three double-doubles ... led Alabama in scoring four times, rebounding five times and blocks 13 times ... Alabama A&M (11/13): In her first start recorded her first career double-double with 19 points and career-high tying 10 rebounds against the Bulldogs ... also had four blocks. Appalachian State (11/16): Found herself in foul trouble early and finished with two points, three rebounds and a pair of assists. Mississippi Valley State (11/22): Led the Tide offense with a career-high 21 points while also adding three blocks, two rebound and two steals. Georgia State (11/24): Finished with 12 points, five rebounds, one assist and one block in the win. Middle Tennessee (11/27): Had eight points, two rebounds, one block and one steal against the Blue Raiders. Utah Valley (11/28): Added four rebounds, two points and a block. UT Martin (12/2): Recorded six points, one rebound, one assist and one block. Alcorn State (12/6): Notched her second double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds against the Braves ... also tied her career high in blocks with four and added an assist. Georgetown (12/12): Collected her third double-double with 13 points and a career-high 12 rebounds in the win. Georgia Tech (12/18): Had eight points, four rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal. Grambling State (12/20): Scored 14 points and added four rebounds and one block. Lipscomb (12/28): Recorded 10 points, six rebounds, two steals and a block in 15 minutes of action. Kentucky (1/7): Registered six points, five rebounds and two blocks. Vanderbilt (1/10): Finished with nine points, three rebounds and a steal in 16 minutes. Georgia (1/17): Returned to the starting lineup and had six points, two rebounds, two steals and three timely blocks in the win over the Lady Bulldogs. Florida (1/21): Collected a career-high four steals in addition to 11 points, one rebound and a block. Vanderbilt (1/25): Scored 12 points and added three rebounds and a pair of blocks in 20 minutes. Texas A&M (1/28): Led the game in scoring with 16 points, while adding five rebounds and a block. Arkansas (2/18): Had her best performance to date in an SEC game with 19 points, nine rebounds, three blocks and a steal. Mississippi State (2/28): Added nine points and four rebounds. LSU (3/2): Recorded 12 points, four rebounds and two blocks in 23 minutes.
2014-15 (FRESHMAN) Southeastern Conference First-Year Honor Roll ... earned Black Scholars Award recognition at Alabama's Crimson Choice Awards show ... played in 29 games ... team's leader in blocks averaging nearly one per game ... averaged 5.1 points and 3.5 rebounds ... scored in double figures four times, including a season-high 16 against New Orleans on Dec. 21 ... recorded a season-best 10 rebounds in the win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Dec. 16 ... played nine minutes in her collegiate debut at Kansas on Nov. 21 where she finished with two points and two rebounds ... added four points, five rebounds and a block in the win vs. Georgetown ... saw her first action at home against Alabama A&M where she collected three points, three rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 11 minutes off the bench ... recorded eight points and eight rebounds in the win against USC Upstate ... pulled down six rebounds in 13 minutes off the bench against UT Martin ... chipped in nine rebounds, two blocks, two points and a steal off the bench against Mercer ... had a team-high eight rebounds, in addition to five points, two blocks, one assist and one steal vs. Mississippi Valley State ... in her first SEC game had three points, three rebounds, three assists and a block vs. Kentucky ... recorded 12 points, two rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal in 23 minutes at Georgia ... had nine points, two rebounds and one assist at South Carolina ... added seven points, five rebounds, a career-high four blocks and two assists at Texas A&M ... contributed 10 points, one rebound and one steal at Tennessee ... scored five points and secured five rebounds against Mississippi State while recording a career-high two steals ... had eight points on 4-of-5 shooting against Florida ... finished with 10 points and one rebound at Auburn ... had seven points, two blocks and a rebound in the SEC tournament game against Vanderbilt.
HIGH SCHOOL Ranked No. 21 forward according to ESPN.com ... two-time member of the Alabama Sports Writers Association (ASWA) Class 4A first team (2013, 14) ... two-time Class 4A-6A Calhoun County Player of the Year by The Anniston Star (2013, 14) ... named to the 2014 AL.com A-List of top 10 seniors in the state ... three-time all-area and all-county selection (2012, 13, 14) ... led Anniston to a 24-6 overall record and the Class 4A state semifinals in 2014 ... had 29 points and 19 rebounds in the 45-44 buzzer-beater loss to Calera in the semifinals ... named Calhoun County Tournament MVP after scoring 30 points in the championship game against Jacksonville, 20 of which came in the second half ... averaged 20.0 points, 12.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks per game in 2013-14 ... selected to participate in the 2013 North-South All-Star game ... as a junior, helped the Bulldogs to a 23-5 overall record averaging 23.0 points and 13.0 rebounds per game ... flourished in the classroom and was her class Historian ... member of the Honor Roll, National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta honor society ... also the 2012 state champion in the shot put ... played AAU for the nationally-ranked Alabama Southern Starz under Starz Director/Coach Doug Bush ... won the AAU DI national championship in July, 2013.
PERSONAL INFORMATION Born Nov. 30, 1995 ... nickname is NeNe ... daughter of Tameka Bolton ... has one brother Kevionté ... majoring in exercise science.