Alumni Trio Named To England’s Commonwealth Games Teams
WBB at BU
WBB vs. Navy
2008-2009 (Senior): Played in all 30 games, starting 29, at guard for the Greyhounds... Led the team in scoring with 12.8 points per game.. Tenth in the MAAC in scoring... Made a school record 55 3-pointers during the season... Scored 18 points and had three assists in Loyola's win over Manhattan in the MAAC Championships First Round (3/5)... Matched her career-high with 22 at Niagara (2/22)... Became the first player since 1997-1998 to have four 20-point games in the same year when she scored 22 against Canisius (1/25)... Scored 20, 18 in the first half, at Iona (1/25)... Grabbed a career-high six boards and scored a team-high 13 against Saint Peter's (1/9)... Made three 3s and finished with 15 points at UMBC (12/21)... Scored 16 and had a career-high six assists against La Salle (12/19)... Knocked down 6-of-8 shots and scored 21 points against Rider (12/7) for her second-straight 20-plus point performance... Scored a career-high 22 points on 9-of-11 shooting at Manhattan (12/5)... Led Loyola with 12 points against The Mount (12/1)... Made all five free-throw attempts, including two in the final minute, and scored 13 second half points, 15 for the game, at Army (11/23)... Scored 15 of her team-high 17 in the first half against Towson (11/19)... Earned All-Tournament honors at the USF Shootout... Scored 10 in the loss to South Florida (11/16)... Scored 15 of her 16 points in the second half against Harvard (11/15).
2007-2008 (Junior): Was Loyola's most leading scorer during the second half of the season... Played in 29 games, starting the last 21... Averaged 7.5 points and 2.0 rebounds per game after averaging just 1.4 points per game entering the season... In the season's final 16 games, she averged 11.5 points and 33.5 minutes per game, topping the team in both categories... Shot .325 from 3-point range during the year, making .368 of her shots from behind the arc during that 16-game stretch... Scored in double figures on 12 occasions and played 30 or more minutes 15 times... Led the team in scoring five times... Scored 18 points in both MAAC Championships games... Made 7-of-14 attempts from 3-point range and shot .407 overall in the two games... Was 3-of-5 from behind the arc against Iona in the Quarterfinals (3/7)... Scored 14 in the second half against the Gaels... Made 6-of-14 shots from the field, 4-of-9 from 3-point range against Rider (3/6)... Made a 30-plus foot 3-pointer at the buzzer at Canisius (2/24) to send the game to overtime... Scored five points in overtime and had 13 in an overtime win earlier that week at Siena (2/18)... Had a career-high five boards versus the Saints... Scored 15 points in back-to-back games against Saint Peter's (2/10) and Manhattan (2/8)... Made three treys in the first half against the Jaspers and had 11 points by the break... Played all 40 minutes for the second time during the season at Manhattan... Also knocked down three 3-pointers at Saint Peter's (2/3) to finish with 11... Scored 19 points, 17 after halftime, at Iona (1/25) to record a career-high... Played all 40 minutes and led the team with 14 points at Fairfield (1/20)... Scored a then-career-best 15 points, making 6-of-10 shots, at Rider (1/13)... Also dished out three assists against the Broncs... Scored 12 and had three assists to go with a career-high four steals at Towson (12/28)... Made the first start of her collegiate career against Columbia (12/22)... Scored in double digits for the first time with 11 points versus Canisius (12/9)... Hit 3-of-6 3-pointers against the Golden Griffins... Scored seven two nights before in a win over Niagara (12/7)... Scored five points in 20 minutes at Pennsylvania (11/25) after tallying two assists in 21 minutes of action, several at the point guard slot, at Maryland (11/20).
2006-2007 (Sophomore): Played in 21 games... Averaged 1.4 points and 6.4 minutes per game... Scored six points in 17 minutes of action at UMBC (11/17)... Hit 2-of-6 3-point attempts in that contest... Made 2-of-3 3-pointers in eight minutes against Maryland (12/21)... Scored five to go with a rebound, an assist and a steal against Penn (12/31)... Had a career-high two steals in 14 minutes against Niagara (1/19)... Pulled down two boards against both Saint Peter's (2/8) and Rider (2/11)... Also had four assists in a career-high 18 minutes aginst Rider... Scored a career-high seven on 3-of-4 from the field at Saint Peter's (2/25)... During the off-season she was a starter for Great Britain at the FIBA U-20 European Division B Championships in Lithuania... Averaged 7.0 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.9 assists while starting all seven games for her country... Great Britain won the bronze medal at the event... Saw 29.7 minutes of action and made 10 3-point attempts during the tournament... Finished 10th among all players at the event with 20 assists... Scored 11 and grabbed eight rebounds in the tournament-opener against the Dutch team... Made three 3-pointers, scored 14 points and had a game-high six assists versus Poland... Scored seven in the bronze medal-game against Portugal.
2005-2006 (Freshman): Appeared in seven contests as a freshman... Averaged 1.4 points... Played in her first collegiate game against Howard (12/6)... Scored her first Loyola basket in that game and finished with two rebounds and an assist... Made her only field goal attempts at Rider (1/19)... Sank her first two collegiate 3-pointers in five minutes of play against Niagara (2/.23)... Finished with eight points against the Purple Eagles.
High School: Attended the Becket R.C. School in Nottingham, England... Played seven yars of basketball at the club level, as well as three of tennis and two of netball... Has been a member of the English National Team at the U-14, U-16, U-18, U-20 and the senior women's levels... As a senior, Prior averaged nine points a game Nottingham Wildcats in the Division I Women's National League... The Wildcats finished third in the country with an 18-6 record... Shot 49.2-percent from 3-point range, which ranked first in the country... Also averaged 4.2 assists per game, ranking second in the English National Team's senior women's level... Named England's Junior Player of the Year... Played in the European Championships in Italy (2000), Sweden (2001), Croatia (2002 and 2003), Portugal (2004), Bosnia (2005) and Lithuania (2006 and 2007).
Personal: Sibohan Eveline Prior... Born in Nottingham, England... Daughter of Christopher and Pauline Prior... Majoring in theology.