Tierre Wilson
Tierre  Wilson

Lawton, Okla.

High School:
Eisenhower HS

Fresno State:(2007-08) Earned AP Honorable Mention All-American honors ... 2007-08 WAC Player of the Year ... First Team All-WAC ... named to the WAC All-Tournament team ... helped lead Fresno State to the best season in school history as the Bulldogs won the programs first ever conference championship, tournament championship and went to the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history ... participated in the WNBA Pre-Draft camp ... named to the All-WAC Preseason team by the coaches and media ... earned WAC Player of the Week honors on March 9 ... Fifth All-Time leading scorer at Fresno State with 1,357 points ... 15.6 scoring average is the ninth best single season scoring average in school history ... 535 field goals made is the fifth most in Bulldog women's basketball history ... career 12.1 scoring average is the ninth best in school history ... 167 steals for career is the seventh best mark in school history ... scored a career high 28 points at Long Beach State ... between the end of last year and the beginning of this year she scored in double figures in 30 straight games ... scored 20 points or more in eight games ... had a career high eight assists against Hawai'i on January 17, 2008 ... had a career high five steals on November 28, 2007 ... scored in double figures in all but four games ... had a season high eight rebounds two different times with the latest game being January 12 at Idaho ... had four steals three different times during the season with the latest game being against San Jose State on March 12, 2008 ... hit five 3-pointers against New Mexico State on March 1, 2008.

(2006-07) Second-team All-WAC ... lived up to her billing as a preseason member of that team ... one of five players to rank in the conference top 10 in both scoring and rebounding ... her 14.4 ppg was good for fifth, while her 6.4 rebounds per game tied for eighth ... led the team in rebounding, and was second in scoring ... scored in double figures a team-high 26 times ... finished the season scoring in double figures 11 consecutive times ... tied for team lead with four double-figure rebounding games ... led team with 5 double-doubles, the only Fresno State player to have more than one ... ranks in the Fresno State career top 10 in three-point field goals made and attempted ... started every game except for senior day, where the head coach Adrian Wiggins started their five seniors ... scored 20 points to help the Bulldogs upset No. 23 Texas Tech on Dec. 1 ... scored a career high 26 points against Santa Clara on Dec. 9 ... scored over twenty points in three consecutive games, scoring 23 and 21 points respectively in wins over San Francisco and Arizona ... set a career high in minutes played against Hawai'i on Jan. 13, staying on the floor for all 45 minutes in an overtime win, recording her second double-double of the year with 20 points and 10 rebounds ... set a career-high in rebounds with 14 at New Mexico State, posting her third double-double ... nailed a three-pointer in the closing seconds to seal a win the rematch with the Aggies on Feb. 24 ... closed out the regular season with her last double-double, scoring 17 points and snaring 13 rebounds despite not starting on senior day ... her season total of 446 points ranks 11th in Fresno State school history.

Tierre Wilson

(2005-06) Participated in 24 games, all in a reserve role ... missed the first eight games of the year ... averaged 11.2 points (fourth on team) and 4.3 rebounds (third on team) per game ... shot 49.1-percent from the field (111-226) and 33.3-percent from three-point territory ... scored in double-figures 15 times ... led team in scoring six times ... in 12 home games, made 55.7-percent from the field and 50-percent from three-point territory while averaging 12.7 points per game ... in 11 road games, made 43.6-percent from the field, 23.3-percent from beyond the arc and averaged 9.6 points per game ... in her first game of the year against Arizona on Dec. 17, posted first career double-double with 14 points and 10 boards ... against Santa Clara on Jan. 2, added 14 points ... in victory over Louisiana Tech on Jan. 14, scored 17 points with eight rebounds ... vs. Hawai'i on Jan. 21, added 12 points and seven rebounds ... chipped in with 11 points, six rebounds and four assists at New Mexico State on Jan. 26 ... added 12 points, four rebounds and three assists vs. Boise State on Feb. 4 ... led team with 15 points at Hawai'i on Feb. 9 ... scored career-high 20 points at Nevada on Feb.16 ... led `Dogs with 19 points in a win over UC Santa Barbara in the WNIT on Mar. 16 ... on 9-13 shooting, scored 19 points in WNIT win over UNLV on Mar. 19. (2004-05) Competed in 24 games and made one start (Jan. 22 vs. Tulsa) ... averaged 5.3 ppg and 3.3 rpg ... missed first seven games of the year after returning from surgery to repair shin splints ... shot 48-125 from the field ... scored in double-figures on six occasions ... connected on 15-53 three-point tries ... played a career-high 33 minutes at Tulsa on Feb. 17 ... in WAC competition, averaged 4.7 ppg and 3.4 rpg ... scored season-best 13 points to go along with seven boards and three steals vs. Boise State on Feb. 12 ... in a Feb. 26 triumph over Nevada, tallied 10 points with five assists and five boards in 22 minutes of action ... contributed 11 points, six rebounds and four steals off the bench at SMU on Feb. 5 ... came up with four steals vs. Rice on Jan. 20 ... added 10 points off the bench in a win over Utah Valley State on Feb. 23 ... made her collegiate debut at Manhattan on Dec. 17, scoring a team-high 12 points in 19 minutes.

Eisenhower HS: Lettered four seasons in basketball ... averaged 16.4 ppg, 4.2 apg and 3.6 rpg during her high school career ... during her senior year, she was awarded Player of the Year honors ... earned All-Area honors during her sophomore and junior years ... team captain during her junior year ... played under head coach Don Abercrombie ... also recruited by Kansas, Colorado and Oklahoma State.

Personal: Born December 6, 1984 in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. ... parents are Gabriel Wilson and Carliss Jenkins ... has an older brother Gabriel Wilson Jr. ... hobbies included listening to music, dancing, playing softball, watching gymnastics and hanging with friends ... favorite athlete is Allen Iverson because "he has the biggest heart and doesn't let anything stop him" ... admires her teammates because "they all have come from different backgrounds" ... chose to attend Fresno State because she was comfortable around her teammates.

Fresno State Career Statistics


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