The women's basketball team took on the Warriors from Rochester College Friday night in the Athletics Center O'rena.
2012-13: ▪ Played in 28 games, making one start ▪ Averaged 2.0 points and 1.3 rebounds per game ▪ Finished with a 34.7 field-goal percentage (26-75) ▪ Scored a career-high 11 points against UM Dearborn ▪ Had a career-high six rebounds against Western Illinois ▪ Made 10 consecutive field goals over a four-game stretch
2011-12: ▪ Played in 28 games making one start ▪ Averaged 1.2 points and 1.0 rebounds per game as a freshman and shooting 31.3 percent ▪ Scored a career-high six points on a 3-for-4 shooting effort against Rochester College (11/17) ▪ Posted a career-high four rebounds against Michigan State (11/27) ▪ Had two games with two steals against Providence (11/22) and South Dakota State (1/30) ▪ She scored her first Summit League points against NDSU (12/31) and scored in eight league games ▪ Played her first collegiate game against George Mason (11/13) and made her first career start vs Southern Utah (2/18) ▪ Academic All-Summit League
High School: ▪ Earned four varsity letters at Hemlock High School where she was a two-time team captain ▪ Finished her career as the school's all-time leading scorer with 1,302 points ▪ Also holds the school record for career rebounds (792) and blocked shots (250) ▪ Was a Michigan nominee to play in the McDonalds High School All-American Game ▪ Earned all-state honors in 2010 and 2011 ▪ She was a a Midland News Dream Team selection for three seasons and a two-time Saginaw Dream Team player ▪ Named team MVP three times ▪ Helped Hemlock to the semifinals of the state tournament as a senior ▪ Played in the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan All-State Game ▪ She was a four-time all-league player ▪ Played for the MGBR AAU basketball team that finished seventh in the nation in 2009 ▪ Her Midland AAU team finished as state runner-up in 2008 ▪ Also competed in basketball and volleyball at Hemlock ▪ As a pitcher she threw five no-hitters for the Hemlock softball team and was a two-time team MVP ▪ Earned all-state softball honors in 2011 ▪ Won a pair of district volleyball championships for HHS
Academic and Extracurricular Activities: ▪ Was an honor roll student ▪ Earned an academic letter
Top Athletic Performance: ▪ She scored 30 points, pulled in 16 rebounds and blocked seven shots in a win over Alma High School
Personal: Full Name: Shelby Elizabeth Herrington Birthdate: April 16, 1992 Parents: Renee and George Herrington > Her dad played basketball and ran track at Alma, Siblings: Karli, Kyle and Conner Other Relatives: Her uncle Keith Davenport pitched at Michigan State and was a two-time draft pick, her uncle Juston Davenport played baseball at Detroit Mercy and played two years of minor league baseball
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland: 1. Her relationship with the basketball coaches 2. The opportunity to continue her basketball career 3. The proximity of Oakland to her hometown