00   Roshunda Johnson
Roshunda Johnson

Little Rock, Arkansas

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No. 19 Oklahoma St Rallies for 66-62 Win over USC

Cowboys improve to 9-1


No. 19 Oklahoma State Holds Off Weber State, 55-49

Roshunda Johnson led the team with 16 points and three rebounds in win over the Wildcats.


Bias' Late Basket Lifts Cowgirls Over FGCU, 61-60, in Overtime

Tiffany Bias scored with 41 seconds remaining to lead Oklahoma State to the win


No. 8 Oklahoma State Falls in Overtime

Tiffany Bias scored 17 points to lead Oklahoma State


Oklahoma State @ Kansas State

Oklahoma State @ Kansas State

2013-14 (Freshman)
· Was named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team
· Played in 32 games, making six starts on the year
· Played 25 minutes against North Texas, finishing with nine points and four assists
· Also had six rebounds and three steals in the contest
· Scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds against Michigan State
· Grabbed six rebounds at Kansas State
· Scored 12 points and pulled four rebounds against TCU in Stillwater
· Scored 15 points to go with three steals and two assists and three rebounds against Baylor
· Made her first career start at TCU where she hit the game winner with six seconds left
· Finished the contest with 10 points on a 4-of-5 shooting performance
· Played a season-high 37 minutes against Kansas
· Tallied 13 points, four steals and a season-high six assists in the contest
· Finished with nine points and two rebounds against Baylor at the Big 12 Championship
· Played 28 minutes in OSU's NCAA Tournament win over Florida Gulf Coast
· Scored 11 points, dished out four assists and grabbed a season-high eight rebounds in the win
· Scored a season-high 16 points to go with four steals and three assists in OSU's second-round win at Purdue
· Finished with five points and three rebounds during OSU's Sweet 16 contest at Notre Dame

Before OSU
· Tabbed as the 38th-best player in the country by All-Star Girls Report
· Was named the No. 46 player in the country by Premier Basketball Report
· Checked in at No. 49 in the ESPN/HoopGurlz rankings and No. 45 according to Full Court
· Was also ranked No. 50 by the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report
· Named a Class 6A all-state selection following her junior and senior campaigns
· Also chosen as a first-team all-state pick by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
· Was selected to the East squad for the Arkansas High School Coaches Association All-Star Game
· Named a McDonald's All-American nominee
· Led Parkview to an 18-6 mark and the state title game as a senior
· Was named to the all-state tournament team after scoring 13 points in the title game
· Guided Parkview to a state championship as a junior
· Averaged 21 points, six rebounds, eight assists and three steals per game as a junior
· Helped the Patriots to a 22-4 mark and a runner-up finish as a sophomore
· Was named to the all-state tournament team after Parkview's title run
· Also played volleyball and softball for three years

· Born August 21, 1995 in Little Rock, Arkansas
· Is the daughter of Kesha and Edward Johnson
· Her siblings include Kelondria, Breonna, Edward and Khendal
· Undecided on a major
· Enjoys watching movies and spending time in the gym
· Also considered Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Florida State and Baylor

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