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#5 Ebone Henry
Position: Guard/Forward
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: San Diego, Calif.
High School: Mater Dei Catholic
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Career Highlights
• 1642 points and 759 rebounds (all-time leading scorer in program history).
• Named to All-America East First Team three consecutive years (2011-2013).
• First player ever to be named three-time America East Defensive Player of the Year (2011-2013).
• A 2013 College Sports Mid-Major All American.
• Finished fourth in program history in rebounds (759) and second in steals (311).
• Anchor of 2012-13 defense that allowed the lowest opponent points per game average in conference history (46.1).

Notable Games
• Sophomore Season: New Hampshire - 26 points, nine rebounds, three steals, 8-for-10 at FT Line (1/4/11).
• Junior Season: UMBC (America East Championship Game) - 23 points, three rebounds, two assists, three steals (3/10/12).
• Senior Season: Sam Houston St. - 29 points (career-high), seven rebounds, three assists, two steals (12/20/12).
• Senior Season: UMBC - 25 points, eight rebounds, three assits, four steals (1/12/13).

2012-13; Senior Season:
• Played in 30 games in which she started in 28.
• Averaged a team-best 13.8 points-per-game.
• Successful in 82 of 110 free throws.
• Earned the title America East Conference Player of the week twice, (1/28) and (2/4).
• Shared America East Co-Player of 2013, Defensive Player of the year for the 3rd straight season, American East All-Defensive Team.
• Scored a career-high 29 points against Sam Houston St. (12/20/12).
• Led UAlbany to victory over UMBC with 25 points, eight rebounds and four steals (1/12/13).
• Anchor of defense that allowed the lowest opponent points per game average in conference history (46.1).

2011-12; Junior Season:
• Repeated as the America East Defensive Player of the Year leading the Great Danes to a league-low 53.4 points allowed per game.
• Also claimed a spot on the all-conference first team and all-defensive team for the second consecutive season.
• She led the team in scoring with 14.3 points per game.
• Was first in the league in steals recording 2.8 thefts per game.
• She started 31 of the Great Danes 33 games reaching double-figure scoring totals in 25 of them.
• Recorded seven double-doubles on the season while averaging 7.1 rebounds per game.
• Tied a career high with 26 points against Charlotte (12.30.11).
• Had a career-best eight steals vs. St. Francis (NY) (11.27.11).
• Was second in the league in scoring with 473 points.
• Scored her 1,000th career point against New Hampshire in a 60-44 win (1.11.12).
• Scored 23 points against UMBC in the Great Danes first America East Championship victory.

2010-11; Sophomore Season:
• First UAlbany player to be named to the America East Conference Preseason Team.
• Named the America East Conference Defensive Player of the Year.
• Was also a member of the all-conference first team and all-defensive team.
• Became the first player in program history to earn a major award from the conference.
• Averaged 14.4 points and 7.3 rebounds per game.
• Recorded five double-doubles over the season, including three straight to start the season.
• Reached double-digit scoring in 26 games, including a stretch of 14 games.
• Set a career high with 15 rebounds in the first game of the season against Brown (11.12.10).
• Tied a career high with 26 points against New Hampshire (1.04.11).
• Reached the 20-point plateau five times.
• Also averaged 2.6 steals and 1.5 assists per game.
• Was ranked second in the conference in steals.
• Finished the season ranked among the league leaders in almost every statistical category.
• Was second on the team in free throw percentage (65.5).
• Scored 432 points, the second-best single-season point total in program history.

2009-2010; Freshman Season:
• Appeared in all 30 games and made 19 starts on the wing.
• Earned a spot on the America East Conference All-Rookie Team.
• One of only four players to be named the league's rookie of the week twice.
• Averaged 10.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 2.0 steals.
• Recorded nine blocks ... Ranked seventh in the league in steals per game.
• Was second on the squad in scoring and steals as well as third in rebounding.
• Broke the freshman single-season scoring record in the road victory over Maine by netting 15 points.
• Also set the Division I freshman single-game standard for points (26) and grabbed nine rebounds in the overtime win over Stony Brook.
• Fell just shy of a double-double with a 22-point, 9 rebound effort against Boston University.
• Had a career-best six steals against Hartford and Vermont.
• Reached double figures in scoring on 17 occasions.
• Recorded one block in nine different games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner, leading the team to a 103-16 record and four league championships... 2009 McDonald's All-American nominee... Four-time all-league selection and a two-time all-state and all-city pick who scored 1,551 career points... Averaged 13 points, 7.3 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.7 steals... Averaged a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds as a senior... Team finished 30-3 and won the state championship in 2008-09... Canned the game-winning free throws in the title game... 2008 South Bay League Player of the Year... Two-time team MVP and captain... Also played volleyball for three years and softball for one season... Was a two-time captain of the volleyball squad... 2008 South Bay League Player of the Year in volleyball.

PERSONAL: Intends to major in communication... Daughter of Glendale and Rosalind Henry... Born Aug. 12, 1991... Has two brothers, DeAndre and Glendale.

 

CAREER STATS

Season

GP/GS

Min.

FGM-FGA

Pct.

3PT-Att

Pct.

FT-FTA

Pct.

REB.

Avg.

A

BLK

ST

TP

Avg.

2009-10

30-19

965

114-330

.345

26-99

.262

69-128

.539

154

5.1

20

9

59

323

10.8

2010-11

30-26

1020

140-421

.333

44-169

.260

108-165

.655

218

7.3

44

7

77

432

14.4

2011-12

33-31

1115

162-500

.324

50-188

.266

99-134

.738

235

7.1

87

17

91

473

14.3

2012-13

30-28 935 147-374 .393 38-135 .281 82-110 .745 152 5.1 103 11 84 414 13.8

Career

123-104

4035

563-1625

.346

158-591

.267

358-537

.666

759

6.2

254

44

254

1642

13.4

 
 

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