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    Toni Smith
    Toni Smith

    Class:
    Junior

    Hometown:
    Del City, Okla

    High School:
    Del City

    Height:
    6-0

    Position:
    C

    Experience:
    2nd

    07/08/2014

    'Dogs Cap Season With 129 Combined Academic All-MW Honors

    Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.

    07/07/2014

    Eighty-Six 'Dogs Honored to Academic All-MW Teams

    Two of the department's 12 winter and spring sports - baseball and women's swimming and diving - scored 17 selections each.

    03/20/2013

    Fresno State, Cal Set to Meet in NCAA Tournament

    Bulldogs enter sixth-straight NCAA Tournament, face sixth-ranked Cal in First Round on ESPN2 Saturday

    Smith_bio
    Last updated on April 2, 2014

    2013-14 (Sophomore): Appeared in 21 of the 33 games this season ... averaged 7.5 minutes per game ... averaged 3.9 points and 2.7 rebounds per outing ... scored in the double-figures two times this season ... recorded a career-high 14 points and 12 rebounds at San Jose State on Feb. 8 ... totaled 5 steals and 5 assists on the year ... saw a season-high 19 minutes at Nevada on Jan. 22.

    2012-13 (Freshman): Named to the 2013 Spring Academic All-MW team ... played in 17 games as a freshman, averaging 4.6 minutes per contest ... scored a season-high nine points to go along with four rebounds against UT Arlington on Dec. 2.

    Del City High School: Four-year letterwinner ... recorded 17 double-doubles her senior season while averaging 16.2 points ... class 5A first-team all-state selection by the Daily Oklahoman as a senior and junior and a third-team selection for the same award as a sophomore ... as a junior, she averaged 11 points and almost nine rebounds per game for the Eagles ... played a key role in Del City High making state three out of four seasons and winning the 2010 championship.

    Personal: Smith's older brother Ben plays for Wichita State University ... majoring in mass communication and journalism.

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