Erica Haynes-Overton

#20 Erica Haynes-Overton

HT. 5'5"
YR. So.
HOMETOWN Nashville, Tenn.
PREVIOUS SCHOOL East Nashville Magnet HS

2019-20 Season (Junior): NCAA Team of the Week and Southern Conference Player of the Week for her performance during the opening week of the season...24th member of ETSU’s 1,000-point club, left the program as the 22nd-leading scorer in program history (1,046 career points)...Scored 41 points against the University of Tennessee in the Bucs season opener, second-most in single-game program history...In the same game, tied for the third-most single-game field goal makes (15) in the Buccaneer record book and set the single-game record for most field goal attempts (31)....Tied the program record for single-game free throw percentage (minimum 10 attempts) by going 11-11 versus High Point in the third game of the season...Suffered a lower-leg injury in the Bucs fourth game of the season versus North Carolina A&T and missed the ensuing eight games before entering the transfer portal...Left ETSU as the 7th-leading scorer in Buccaneer history on a per game basis, averaging 16.1 points per outing...Finalized her account with the Bucs sixth in the Blue and Gold’s history in career steals with 224.

2018-19 Season (Sophomore): Southern Conference Defensive Player of the Year for second consecutive season, All-SoCon Defensive Team, All-SoCon First Team...Only player to start every game the Bucs played in her sophomore season...Led team in minutes (31.5 MPG) scoring (16.8 PPG), assists (3.5 APG), steals (3.1 SPG), field goal attempts (467), field goals made (197), free throw attempts (143) and free throws made (108) while ranking third in rebounds (4.8 RPG), free throw percentage (75.5%) and blocks (14)...Finished fourth in Southern Conference in scoring, 17th in rebounding, 12th in field goal percentage (42.2), fifth in assists, seventh in free throw percentage, first in steals, fifth in assist/turnover ratio, and 10th in minutes played...Scored career-high 35 points against Appalachian State in 31-point win by making 16 of 26 field goal attempts while dishing out six assists and amassing six steals in 36 minutes of play...Near-quadruple-double against Houston (11 points, eight assists, eight steals, seven rebounds), near-triple-double facing Western Carolina Feb. 2, 2019 (31 points, eight rebounds, seven assists), double-double versus Wofford Jan. 19, 2019 (16 points, 10 rebounds)...Enters junior season 45 points short of 1,000 having scored 434 her freshman season and 521 her sophomore campaign...Enters junior year with 205 steals, only 58 off the all-time ETSU record held by Nicole Hopson (1987-91), and is on pace to break the all-time Southern Conference record (Anna Freeman, Appalachian State, 383).

2017-18 Season (Freshman): Played and started in 29 games as a freshman…averaged 14.5 points per game (2nd on the team)…made first collegiate debut in the home opener vs. Cincinnati, while recording 16 points and four steals (11/10)…scored 15 points at Appalachian State (11/15)…tallied 16 points, seven rebounds, and six steals against Tennessee Tech (11/16)…scored 21 points vs. Duquesne (11/19)…had 13 points and eight rebound against Notre Dame (11/24)…tallied 19 points and set an ETSU single-game record with 11 steals at Murray State, while recording her first collegiate double-double (11/29)…the 11 steals was an NCAA single-season record for some time, but finished tied for third in the NCAA single-season records…had 16 points at Winthrop (12/3)…named the SoCon Player of the Week (12/5)…had nine points and five steals vs. Michigan State (12/16)…registered a new career-high of 29 points and had eight steals against North Greenville (12/29)…had 14 points and seven steals against Western Carolina (1/4)…recorded her second career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds vs. UNCG (1/6)…recorded 21 points, seven steals and five rebounds vs. Chattanooga (1/12)…scored 24 points at Furman while playing in a complete 40 minutes of action (1/18)…scored the team-high 15 points and have five rebounds at Wofford (1/20)…named the SoCon College Sports Madness women’s basketball player of the week (1/22)…had 12 points and three steals at Chattanooga (2/10)…recorded her third career double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds against Wofford and recorded a career-high six assists (2/15)…had 19 points against Furman (2/17)…named the SoCon Player of the Week for the second time (2/20)…scored in double figures in all but four games…finished sixth in the nation in steals per game and eighth in the nation in steals…tallied 108 steals as a freshman, which is first in the SoCon and first in ETSU single-season records…named the Defensive Player of the  Year…named the Freshman Player of the Year…named to the All-Freshman Team…named to the Second Team All-SoCon...named to SoCon All-Tournament Team.

High School: Ranked as the sixth best player according to MaxPreps in the state of Tennessee…Four-year varsity letterwinner in basketball…Led her team to the State Championship her junior year, Final Four her senior year…Finished her career with 2,000 points, averaging 23 points, three assists, nine rebounds, eight steals, and two blocks per game…Named a District 10-AA MVP and named to the 2016 TSSAA All-Tournament Team…Earned TSWA Class AA All-State Honors in 2016…Earned USA Today Second Team All-Mid-state Honors…

Personal: Born on June 9, 1999…Daughter of Eric L. Haynes-Overton and Lakisha Lacy…Major is undecided.