Position
Forward
Height
6'2
Class
Junior
Hometown
Elizabeth, Colo.
Previous School
Oregon
Major
History
High School
Elizabeth HS

CAREER
Had surgery for a knee injury she suffered in summer 2016 and missed the first five games of the 2016-17 season … Played in 21 games as a sophomore and averaged 2.7 points and 0.9 rebounds a game … Redshirted during the 2015-16 campaign due to NCAA transfer rules … Transfer from Oregon who starred at Elizabeth HS in Colorado.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2016-17)
Scored in her first seven games of action … Tallied at least three rebounds in three games … Missed the first five games of the season while rehabbing a knee injury she suffered over the summer … Saw her first game action against Tulane and scored six points in the win … Was 4-of-6 from the free-throw line against Tulane. Also logged a rebound and steal in 12 minutes … Doubled her minutes played against Sam Houston State and scored 10 points in the win … Also tallied five rebounds, a steal and a team-best four blocks against SHSU … Registered three points, three rebounds, a block, a steal and an assist in 19 minutes versus Alabama St … Was a perfect 2-of-2 from the field in scoring five points in the win over Florida … Also tallied three rebounds, all defensive, against the Gators … Registered her sixth blocked shot in the win over Arkansas … Missed the Arkansas game on 1/29 because of a head injury … Returned to the lineup at #25 Tennessee and saw 10 minutes of action … .Hit both of her free-throw attempts in the loss at Auburn … Had a solid showing in the SEC Tournament with Ayana Mitchell and Alexis Hyder both in foul trouble … Played 13 minutes in both games of the tournament, scoring three points in the win over Ole Miss and four versus #6/7 Mississippi State … Also logged a blocked shot against the Bulldogs … Scored two points, logged two rebounds and blocked a shot in her first NCAA Tournament action against California.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15 AT OREGON)
Played in 23 games, which included three starts for the Ducks as a freshman … Posted 3.5 points and 2.4 rebounds per game during 11 non-conference games … Secured a season’s best eight points against Central Michigan (Nov. 28) and collected a season-high five rebounds at UCLA (Jan. 5) … Picked up six points and four rebounds versus Utah State (Nov. 14) in her career debut … Added six points against Portland State (Nov. 25).

HIGH SCHOOL
Prepped at Elizabeth High School in Colorado where she was a McDonald’s All-America nominee … Paced the state of Colorado with a 22.7 points per game average as a senior … Garnered Colorado Class 4A All-State First-Team honors as a senior … A three-time conference player of the year recipient and a three-time all-conference first-team selection … Played AAU basketball for the Colorado Rockies club team.

PERSONAL
Daughter of Keith and Paula Neubert … Born on December 19, 1995 … Majoring in history … Father, Keith, was a two-sport athlete at Nebraska (1984-87) … Played basketball for four years and then joined the football team as a tight end in his fifth year … Played five NFL seasons between the New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles … Went on to be an actor and had a reoccurring role on Baywatch … . Mother, Paula, played softball at Nebraska.

NEUBERT’S CAREER HIGHS

POINTS
10 – Sam Houston State – 12/14/16

REBOUNDS
5 – Sam Houston State – 12/14/16

FIELD GOALS MADE
4 – Sam Houston State – 12/14/16

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
10 – Sam Houston State – 12/14/16

3-POINT FIELD GOALS MADE
None

3-POINT FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED
1 – 4 times [last: at #5 Mississippi State, 1/1/17]

FREE THROWS MADE
4 – Tulane – 12/11/16

FREE THROWS ATTEMPTED
6 – Tulane – 12/11/16

ASSISTS
1 – 4 times [last: vs. Ole Miss, 3/2/17]

STEALS
1 – 3 times [last: Alabama State, 12/28/16]

BLOCKS
4 – Sam Houston State – 12/14/16

MINUTES
25 – Sam Houston State – 12/14/16

TOP SCORING GAMES (LSU)
RANK – POINTS – OPPONENT – DATE
1 – 10 – San Houston State – 12/14/16
2 – 6 – Tulane – 12/11/16
3 – 5 – Florida – 1/5/17
4 – 4 – #5 South Carolina – 1/15/17
– 4 – Kentucky – 1/19/17
– 4 – #6 Mississippi State – 3/3/17

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