|Date of birth:||Nationality:||USA|
|Home Town:||Wildwood, MO - USA||Closest int. Airport:||#|
|Graduated in:||2015||from:||University of Illinois NCAA D1|
Best game 2018 Kouvottaret
|ear:||2017-18||Team:||Finland D1 Kouvottaret Naisten Korisliiga|
|Season Stats: 19 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals
-Ranked 5th in the league for scoring, 12th in rebounds, 3rd in steals, and 10th in efficiency
Named Player of the Game: 11 out of 25 games as of March 16, 2018
-Highest scoring game: 31 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals (film below)
-Named EuroBasket Top 10 Performers of the Week: 4 times; March 17th (4th best
performer); March 6th (3rd best) March 2nd (1st best performer); January 9th (2nd best)
-Recorded 10 double double during the season
|Year:||2017||Team:||Southern Peninsula Sharks 2017 (Big V State Championship Women)|
|Season Stats: 19.55 points, 7.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists, 4.05 steals
Named to the “Blue Carpet” in 9 of 18 rounds.
-High scoring game this season 33 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists
-4th in the league for scoring, 1st in the league for steals, 3rd in free throw percentage, 4th in
average assists, 3rd in 3 pointers made
Awards: BigV Top 5 Players and Defensive Player of the Year
|Year:||2015-16||Team:||Southern Peninsula Australia D1|
17.6 Points, 6.9 Rebounds, 4.4 assists, 1 Blocks, 4.2 Steals, team finished 4th in the league,
|Year:||2014-15||Team:||University of Illinois NCAA D1|
#3 in steals in the Big Ten Finished #10 in the Big Ten for assist/turnover ratio-... Scored 19 points against Michigan State at Michigan State along with 4 rebounds 5 steals and 2 assist... Scored 19 points 5 assist 4 rebounds 5 steals in a win against #17 ranked Iowa... Scored 14 points 7 rebounds 4 assist and 3 steals against #15 Nebraska at Nebraska... Scored season high 22 points along with 6 rebounds and 6 steals against Valparaiso University..
|Year:||2011-14||Team:||Ball State University NCAA D1|
2013-14 (Junior): Scored 19 points in Ball State’s season opener at No. 18/23 Purdue (11/10) . . . Carter also defended Purdues’ top scorer and preseason All-Big Ten recipient senior guard Courtney Moses, holding her scoreless on the day . . . Carter led the team in scoring with a 17-point performance at home against Pittsburgh (11/14) . . . Posted a then career-high 22 points against Northern Illinois (March 5) which marked the 43rd game in her career she has scored in double figures . . . Has surpassed the 900 point mark for her career with 928 points . . . Scored a personal-high 23 points in the MAC Tournament championship game versus Akron (3/15), while also tying the three-point record in a game at the tourney with six (3/15) . . . ended the season on a high note after leading the Cardinals with a game-high 17-point performance in the first round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament at Northwestern (3/20).
2012-13 (Sophomore): Named Mid-American Conference Player of the Week (3/4) . . . Scored a season high 18 points in a win against Western Michigan (3/3) . . . Tallied 17 points versus Northern Illinois (2/23) and chipped in 15 points at Central Michigan (2/28) . . . Pulled down a season high eight rebounds on two occasions against Western Michigan (3/3) and Eastern Michigan (2/20) . . . Shot a season best .625 (5-8) from the field against NIU (2/23) . . . Led the team in scoring with 18 points in the MAC Tournament semifinals versus Akron (3/15) . . . Started all 29 games this season . . . Third-leading scorer on the team (9.8 ppg) and second in steals (67). Scored her 500th career point against Northern Illinois (2/23) . . . Had back-to-back double digit games to help Ball State beat Minnesota (3/22) and Northern Iowa (3/24) to advance to the final 16 of the WNIT.
2011-12 (Freshman): Started in all 30 games as a true freshman . . . Accomplished a career-best 20-points in a victory over Stetson off of 7-of-10 shooting from the field . . . Scored in double figures 13 times with a Mid-American Conference high 18-points at Toledo . . . Pulled down a season best eight rebounds at home versus Akron . . . Dished out a personal best seven assists against Marshall . . . Led the team in scoring with 8.8 points and had the most three pointers with 49.