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#32 Jerin Smith
Position: Forward
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
City/State: Fort Worth, Texas
High School: Worcester Academy/P.L. Dunbar
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2010-11: Team captain ... Started two games and played in 27 ... Missed one game due to injury ... Recorded at least one rebound in all but two games ... Tied for first on the team in free throw percentage (75.0%) ... Scored 10 points and collected four rebounds on 4-of-5 shooting at Army (Dec. 4) ... Led the team in scoring and matched a career-high with 16 points in addition to a career-best four steals in the win at Lafayette (Jan. 2) ... Recorded a team-high seven rebounds in 27 minutes at Princeton (Jan. 8) ... Added six points and three steals against Yale (Feb. 19) ... Grabbed a season-best eight rebounds and set a career-high with two blocks at Columbia (Feb. 25) ... Started and collected four rebounds in win over Dartmouth (March 5).

2009-10: Played in 27 games, missed one game due to injury ... Started five games ... Second on the team in field goal percentage and rebounds ... Scored in double digits six times and led team in scoring in five games ... Led team in rebounding in six contests ... Had a career-best 15 rebounds at Princeton (March 9), the most in a game by any Quaker in 2009-10 ... Her two assists vs. Duquesne (Nov. 21), vs. Lafayette (Dec. 2) and vs. Cornell (Feb. 27) matched a collegiate-best ... Played a season-high 32 minutes and matched a career high with two steals vs. Iowa State (Nov. 27) ... Recorded her first career double-double in team’s first win (Dec. 31) with a career-high 12 rebounds ... Had a career-best 16 points at Temple (Jan. 23) with a career-high seven made field goals.

2008-09: Led the team in rebounding in four games and led the team in scoring three times ... Finished in the top five on the team in scoring, made field goals, free throw attempts and blocked shots ... Tallied eight points, five rebounds and a career-high tying two assists in win over Columbia (3/7) ... Had a career-high eight rebounds and led the team with 10 points at Dartmouth (2/20) ... Had six points in 12 minutes vs. Yale (2/14) ... Career-best 13 points vs. Dartmouth (1/31) ... Scored 12 points with six rebounds and a career-high six made field goals on just eight attempts vs. Seton Hall (1/26) ... Scored three points, had two rebounds, a steal and her first career block in just seven minutes at Princeton (1/10) ... Her 33 minutes played vs. Villanova (11/19) was a career best as she scored eight points and added five rebounds ... Had set career game-highs in points, rebounds, field goal attempts, made free throws, free throw attempts, minutes played and assists in just the first five games. 

2007-08: Collegiate debut came against William & Mary (Nov. 10) ... Had a career-high five rebounds (three offensive) against Brown (Feb. 1) ... Scored a career-high eight points at Yale (Feb. 29) and Columbia (March 8) ... Contributed 40 points in 15 games played.

At Worcester: Team MVP ... Earned all-star honors ... averaged 17 points, 11 rebounds and two steals per game.

High School: Earned first team all-area, all-region and all-state honors ... Two-time team MVP (co, senior year) ... Named team Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore ... As a freshman, earned team Newcomer of the Year and Best Rebounder awards ... First woman chosen to write a weekly sports diary for the Fort Worth Star Telegram ... Team was 2006 Texas state champion ... Also played volleyball and was named team most valuable blocker and to the all-district first team ... National Honor Society member ... Senior Historian ... HS Events Coordinator ... Graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Personal: Daughter of Von and Rick Smith ... Father played college basketball at UTA ... Brother, Jeremis, played on the Georgia Tech basketball team ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.


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