Toni Young scored 25 points, Tiffany Bias added 17 points and 11 assists and Oklahoma State ended a season marked by tragedy by beating James Madison 75-68 on Saturday to win the program's first WNIT championship.
Toni Young scored a season-high 27 points, Liz Donohoe added 20 points and 11 rebounds for her fourth straight double-double and Oklahoma State advanced to the finals of the Women's NIT for the first time by beating San Diego 73-57 on Wednesday night.
2011-12 (Junior) · Played in 33 games on the year and made 10 starts · Started all six games during OSU's WNIT title run on her way to earning tournament MVP honors · Became just the second player in school history to record 1,000 career points, 700 rebounds and 100 blocks for her career · Had three 20-point outings during OSU's six WNIT games · Scored 22 points against Central Arkansas · Had 18 points and 11 rebounds in OSU's second-round win over Wichita State · Scored a season-high 27 points in the Cowgirls' semifinal victory over San Diego · Played a season-high 35 minutes against James Madison in the WNIT title game · Scored 25 points and pulled nine rebounds against the Dukes · Grabbed a season-high 12 rebounds against Arkansas-Pine Bluff · Scored 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in OSU's win over Texas · Tallied a double-double at Iowa State with 17 points and 10 rebounds · Matched her season high with 12 boards against Iowa State in Stillwater · Competed in the high jump for the OSU track and field squad in the spring · Won her debut at the John McDonnell Invitational after clearing 5-10.00 · Finished second at the Payton Jordan Invitational at 6-00.50 · Won the Arkansas Twilight with a jump of 5-10.75 · Posted a runner-up finish at the Big 12 Championship with a top jump of 6-01.25 · Tied for first at the NCAA West Preliminary regional at 5-10.75 to advance to the NCAA Championship · Finished fifth at the NCAA Championship with a season-best and school-record jump of 6-01.50 · With her finish, she earned first-team All-America honors · She also achieved the Olympic Trials "A" Standard to earn the right to compete for a spot in the Olympics in London
2010-11 (Sophomore) · Was named a second-team All-Big 12 pick · Played in 31 games and made starts in 30 of those contests · Finished first in the league in rebounding at 9.1 boards per game · Ranked 11th in the league with her 15.5 points per contest · Also recorded 14 double-doubles on the year, which ranked second in the league · Tallied double-doubles in three of the squad's first four games · Had a 25-point, 10-rebound performance against Oral Roberts · Narrowly missed a triple-double with 20 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocks against Nebraska · Pulled a school-record 22 rebounds at Missouri · Recorded a 16-point, 12-rebound effort against Texas A&M · Logged a 30-point 13-board showing against Texas Tech · Performance against the Lady Raiders was the first of four consecutive double-doubles · Had 23 points and 17 rebounds at Texas A&M · Put together a 34-point, 18-rebound showing in OSU's WNIT win over Pepperdine
2009-2010 (Freshman) · Played in all 35 games as a freshman · Made 16 starts, including the last 11 games of the season · Was third on the squad with her 6.3 boards per game · Also was third on the team with her 25 blocks · Had her first career double-double with 10 points and a season-high 16 rebounds against Marist · Her first career start came in the win over the Red Foxes as well · Grabbed 12 rebounds in 18 minutes against UC Riverside · Had 12 points and 12 rebounds against Texas-Pan American · Finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds against Texas Tech in Stillwater · Made seven of her 10 shots against the Lady Raiders on her way to a 19-point effort · Pulled 11 rebounds in OSU's win over Iowa State · Scored 16 points and grabbed nine rebounds against Kansas in the first round of the Big 12 Championship · Pulled 10 rebounds and played a season-high 34 minutes in the Cowgirls' win over Iowa State at the Big 12 Championship · Scored a season-high 22 points in OSU's first-round NCAA Tournament win against Chattanooga · Played 31 minutes in OSU's second-round game against Georgia, finishing with eight points and 11 rebounds
Before OSU · Averaged 14.7 points and 8.0 rebounds as a senior for Del City · Also averaged 3.1 steals and 2.0 blocks per contest · Helped the Eagles to a 24-5 record and the Class 6A state championship in 2009 · Was named a first-team all-state selection · Ranked No. 93 on the ESPNU HoopGurlz 100 list · Was named The Oklahoman's Big All-City Player of the Year as a senior · Scored 17 points in the 2009 Big All-City game · Was the lone female to compete in the event's slam dunk contest, an event she won · Also helped Del City to state tournament berths as a sophomore and a junior · Averaged 12.6 points per game as a junior · Earned honorable mention All-Big City honors from The Oklahoman · Tied the national high jump record with a jump of six feet, four inches previously set by Amy Acuff in 1993 · Won three consecutive state titles in the event · Competed in volleyball as well, earning all-state honors
Personal · Born Jan. 11, 1991 in Del City, Oklahoma · Is the daughter of Veronica Young and Geane Johnson · Has nine siblings; Michael, Laurel, Virgil, Angela, Ashley, Shaun, Money Ja'quori, Omarri · Contemplating a major in education · Enjoys watching sports and watching cartoons · Also considered Florida, Oklahoma, Kansas State and Texas A&M