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Courtney Vannoy
Courtney  Vannoy


Beaver Falls, Pa.

High School:



2017-18 (Junior)
 Played in 30 games, starting 13
 Logged a career-high 37 minutes played against Bucknell (2/14/18)
 Scored 93 points on the season, including a personal-best 10 in back-to-back games at Norfolk State and William & Mary
• Made a career-high five field goals vs. the Tribe
 Grabbed a personal-best nine rebounds at American (2/7/18)
 Dished out a personal-best three assists at Bucknell (1/17/18)

2016-17 (Sophomore)
• Played in all 31 games, starting at Boston University
• Averaged 13.3 minutes per game and contributed 47 points and 58 rebounds on the year
• Played a career-best 29 minutes against Mount St. Mary’s
• Turned in five points at Fairfield and pulled down five rebounds at Army West Point
• Contributed a career-best six points vs. Bucknell
• Earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2015-16 (Freshman)
• Played in 22 games over the season
• Brought down eight rebounds against Army West Point, a season-high
• Scored a season-high, six points against Bucknell
• Was third on the team for rebounds, charting 35 throughout the season
• Earned a spot on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

Before Loyola
• Left Blackhawk High School as the all-time leading rebounder, grabbing 909 career boards
• Scored 1,153 points as a four-year starter
• Averaged 12.5 points and nine rebounds during her senior campaign, helping her team to a 107-12 record during her time at Blackhawks High School
• All-State Third Team honors, as well as, All-Section First Team as a senior
• AAU team, Drill for Skill, took third at AAU Nationals in 2012, winning the USJN championships in 2013 and 2014

• Daughter of Scott and Cindy Vannoy
• Has one sister, Katelyn, who played golf at Washington and Jefferson College from 2010-14
• First female athlete at Blackhawk High School to receive a letter in three separate sports for three-consecutive years (basketball, softball and golf)
• Three-time WPIAL Scholar Athlete and Midwestern Athletic Conference Student-Athlete recipient in 2015
• Plans to major in psychology





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