Position
Guard
Height
5'7
Class
Junior
Hometown
New Orleans, La.
Major
Kinesiology Human Movement
High School
Ursuline Academy

HONORS & AWARDS
2015-16 SEC Academic Winter Honor Roll
2014-15 SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll
2014 Miami Holiday All-Tournament Team

CAREER
Opened her junior season ranked fourth all-time in the LSU record book for three-point field goal percentage with a mark of 37.9 percent (64-169)…Played in the first seven games of the season before being sidelined the remainder of the year with the same illness that plagued her in 2015-16…Ranks tied for seventh all-time with six treys made in a single game…Missed 12 games as a sophomore because of an illness…Played in 31 games as a freshman and was a 40-percent (63-156) shooter from the field.

JUNIOR SEASON (2016-17)
Played the first seven games of the season but missed the remainder of 2016-17 to utilize the time to recover from an illness, similar to mono, that also sidelined her for 12 games in 2015-16…Scored five points in the win over Wake Forest…Upped her season high with nine points in the win over Rice…Hit a season-high two 3-pointers in the win over UTEP in the Paradise Jam…Saw 10 or fewer minutes in final two games of the Paradise Jam versus Kansas State and NC State and was held scoreless in both contests.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16)
Played in 19 of 31 games as a sophomore … Missed 12 games, all against SEC foes, because of an illness … Was LSU’s leading scorer prior to being sidelined … Led squad in three-pointers made with 32 … Accounted for 63-percent of LSU’s three-pointers made in 2015-16 … Averaged 9.5 points and 2.0 rebounds a game … Was a 77-percent shooter from the charity stripe … Scored in double figures in seven of 19 games … Came off the bench to register seven points on 3-of-6 shooting, including hitting the team’s only three of the night in 16 minutes at Wake Forest (Nov. 13) in the opener … Poured in a game-high 19 points at Little Rock (Nov. 18), setting a career high for makes from three-point range with six … Made her first start of the season against Long Beach State (Nov. 21) with Raigyne Moncrief injured … Recorded her second-consecutive game of double-digit scoring with 17 points against Long Beach State … Hauled in a career-high six rebounds, all defensive, against LBSU … Made her second start of the season against Tulane (Nov. 23) and led the Lady Tigers for the third-straight game and tied her season high with 19 points … Hit a career best six free throws in that contest … Was a perfect 6-of-6 from the line against Tulane … Posted her third game of consecutive multiple treys with three versus Tulane, and was 3-of-3 from behind the arc … Second on the squad in scoring versus Texas Southern (Dec. 1) with 14 points off 6-of-13 shooting from the field … Tied her season high with six field goals made against UC Santa Barbara (Dec. 13) … Scored 16 points in the win for the third-straight game of double-digit scoring … Did not turn the ball over in 110 minutes of action in four straight games … Snapped the streak with a single turnover against Rutgers (Dec. 19) … Scored 19 points against Ole Miss (Jan. 7) off a 6-of-7 effort from the field … The 19 points tied a season high, which she also logged versus Little Rock and Tulane … Missed the first game of her career when she did not play against Vanderbilt (Jan. 14) because of an illness…Returned to the lineup on the road at Texas A&M (Feb. 18)…Hit her first attempt, a three-pointer, in the first quarter and finished the game with nine points … Hit two big three-pointers to help LSU regain the lead late in the third quarter against #24 Tennessee (Feb. 21) … Scored nine points, all off treys, in the win over the Lady Vols … Played just nine minutes (all in the first half) against Florida (Feb. 25) because she was not feeling well … Snapped a streak of 25 consecutive games of scoring when held scoreless (0-for-2) in nine minutes by the Gators … Did not dress out for the South Carolina (Feb. 28) game because of illness, and also missed the SEC Tournament.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15)
Tallied 5.7 points, 0.8 rebounds and 0.6 steals per game with 30 of her 31 appearances coming off the bench … Connected on 63-of-156 shooting which included 32 three-pointers … The 32 treys were second on the team … Combined with DaShawn Harden for 84.5 percent of LSU’s three-pointers … Knocked down 25 of her 32 triples over a 16-game stretch (Dec. 3-Feb. 5) … Scored seven points versus Arkansas-Little Rock (Nov. 14) during her career debut … Poured in 16 points on 7-of-9 shooting from the floor against Sam Houston State (Nov. 15) … Notched 11 points aided by a trio of three-pointers versus Louisiana Tech (Dec. 3) … Tacked on seven points and three rebounds against Southeastern Louisiana (Dec. 14) … Responded with 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting and a career-high four steals at UC Santa Barbara (Dec. 19) during her first career start … It was the first of three consecutive games in double figures … Pumped in 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting from the floor and handed out a season’s best three assists versus UNC Greensboro (Dec. 28) … Racked up a season’s best 17 points on 6-of-7 effort from the floor at Miami (Dec. 29) … Earned Miami Holiday All-Tournament Team honors … Secured 10 points against Vanderbilt (Jan. 8) … Exploded for a career-high 22 points versus Ole Miss (Jan. 29) on 7-of-10 shooting … One of four players to reach the 20-point mark during the season … Added six points against No. 18 Texas A&M (March 6) during LSU’s SEC Tournament Quarterfinal win … Turned in seven points at No. 25 USF (March 21) during NCAA Tournament First Round … Earned SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll accolades.

HIGH SCHOOL
Prepped under Andrea Williams at Ursuline Academy in New Orleans … Athletic floor-leader with a scorer’s mentality … Smooth stroke elevates in mid-range game … Confident ball handler who excels in up tempo … A three-star recruit rated by ESPN.com … Picked up three Class 4A All-State selections and led Ursuline to the 2011, 2012 and 2013 state playoffs … Garnered 1,715 career points where she averaged 27.0 points per game as a senior, 21.2 points as a junior, 21.7 points as a sophomore and 17.3 points as a freshman …  A honor roll student in the classroom.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Wade and Brendel Deemer … Born on February 1, 1996 … Majoring in kinesiology human movement.

DEEMER’S CAREER HIGHS
POINTS
22; Ole Miss; 1/29/15
REBOUNDS
6; Long Beach State; 11/21/15
FIELD GOALS MADE
7; twice, last: Ole Miss; 1/29/15
FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
13; 3 times, last: Texas Southern; 12/1/15
3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
6; at Little Rock; 11/18/15
3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
9; twice, last: vs Maine; 11/29/15
FREE THROWS MADE
6; at Tulane; 11/23/15
FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
6; twice, last: at Tulane; 11/23/15
ASSISTS
3; 3x, last: vs UTEP; 11/24/16
STEALS
4; twice, last: at UC Santa Barbara; 12/19/14
BLOCKS
1; 3 times, last: at #1 UConn; 12/21/15
MINUTES
36; vs. Purdue; 11/27/15

DEEMER’S TOP SCORING GAMES
Rank; Points; Opponent; Date
1; 22; Ole Miss; 1/29/15
2; 19; at Little Rock; 11/18/15
2; 19; at Tulane; 11/23/15
2; 19; Ole Miss; 1/7/16
5; 17; Long Beach State; 11/21/15
5; 17; at Miami; 12/29/14
7; 16; Sam Houston State; 11/15/14
7; 16; UC Santa Barbara; 12/13/15
9; 15; vs. UNC Greensboro; 12/28/14
10; 13; at UC Santa Barbara; 12/19/14

 

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