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  Amber Holmes

Amber Holmes

Player Profile

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
San Antonio, Texas

High School:
Cornerstone Christian

Height:
6-2

Position:
Forward

2009-10: Played in 19 games, making two starts...scored eight points and recorded 19 rebounds on the season...averaged 1.0 rebound per game...13 of her rebounds came in OVC contests...nine rebounds were on the offensive end...scored in five games including a season-high two points vs. Jacksonville State (1/4), at Morehead State (1/14) and at UT Martin (2/20)...recorded a season-high three rebounds (two offensive) and blocked a shot vs. Green Bay (11/29)...played 12 minutes and collected three rebounds and one steal at Tennessee Tech (1/30)...recorded two rebounds vs. Morehead State (2/13)...had two rebounds and an assist at Eastern Illinois (1/9)...team leader in blocks in three games...made first career start at Murray State (2/18)...second career start came at UT Martin (2/20).

2008-09: Played in 26 games...averaged 1.1 points and 1.3 rebounds per game...saw those averages jump to 1.5 and 1.6, respectively, during home games...pulled down four rebounds and recorded her first collegiate steal against Indiana State (11/28)...pulled down a careerhigh six rebounds at Missouri (12/29) and tallied her first collegiate block...scored a career-high four points against Eastern Kentucky (1/17) while playing in a career-high 20 minutes...Southeast Scholar Athlete.

Prep: Played at Cornerstone Christian High School in San Antonio, Texas...coached by Donna Reid...averaged 10.0and 8.0 rebounds per game her senior season...averaged 12.0 points and 8.0 rebounds as a junior...competed on the track team.

Personal: Born 9-9-89...daughter of Daryl and Angela Holmes... father Daryl played football at Nebraska and was a teammate with current Redhawk head football coach Tony Samuel...majoring in Mass Communications.

 
 

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