Anajae Stephney

#24 Anajae Stephney

HT. 6'2"
YR. Sr.
HOMETOWN Knoxville, Tenn.

2019-20 Season (Senior): Did not play due to accumulation of upper-body injuries.

2018-19 Season (Junior): Battled through an injury-plagued year to appear in 15 games, starting six, while averaging 2.8 points and 1.6 rebounds per game...Scored a season-high nine points on 4-of-5 shooting in the season opener against Cincinnati.

2017-18 Season (Sophomore): Saw action in 33 games…averaged 2.4 points and 2.1 rebounds per game…scored four points and had two rebounds at Tennessee (11/12)…tallied seven points at Murray State (11/29)…scored five points and had four rebounds at NC State (12/14)…tied her career-high of 11 points against North Greenville (12/29)…had eight points and four rebounds against Western Carolina (1/4)…scored ten points and played in a season-high 21 minutes of action vs. Chattanooga (1/12)…recorded a new career-high of three assists at Western Carolina (2/3).

2016-2017 Season (Freshman): Made collegiate debut at Butler recording four points and five rebounds in 18 minutes played (11/11) ... scored career-high six points vs. No.13 Tennessee (11/15) ... recorded a career-high 11 points (including eight straight in the fourth quarter) at Northern Kentucky (11/26) ... after missing nine games recorded six points and two rebounds in 14 minutes off the bench at Mercer (1/7/17) ... collected a career-high eight rebounds at Western Carolina (2/16)

High School: Was named to the 2015 Class AAA All-State team along with earning 2AAA All-Region and 4AAA All-District honors …. during the 2014 state tournament, Stephney averaged 19 points and 9.5 rebounds in two games … during her high school career, averaged 12 points, nine rebounds per game while 48 percent from the field.

Personal: Born on August 2, 1998…daughter of Prince McClendon and Lukrisha Stephney…Brother Trent Stephney enters his freshman season at UNC-Asheville in 2019-20 as part of the men's basketball team...Has six siblings...Chose ETSU because of the beautiful scenery, the coaching staff, and the hopes of becoming a Southern Conference champion...Interdisciplinary Studies major that has made the Dean's List five of her first six semesters in Johnson City.