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Alyssa Thomas

NOTE: As of October 2013.

USA Basketball Notes:

  • One of six then-collegiate athletes who participated in the 2013 USA National Team mini-camp Oct. 4-6 in Las Vegas.
  • Named to the 2012 USA 3x3 World Championship Team, but was unable to participate and withdrew.
  • Participated in the 2011 USA U19 World Championship Team and 2010 USA U18 National Team trials.

College Notes:

  • During her three years, Maryland has compiled an 81-20 record (.802), advanced to three NCAA Tournaments, including the 2012 Elite Eight and 2013 Sweet Sixteen, and earned the 2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament title.
  • WBCA, USBWA All-American (2012).
  • Associated Press All-America first team (2012).
  • ACC Player of the Year (2012, 2013), All-ACC first team (2012, 2013) and second team (2011).
  • ACC Tournament MVP (2012) and ACC All-Tournament Team (2012, 2013).
  • ACC All-Freshman Team (2010) and a seven-time ACC Rookie of the Week recipient.

Personal Notes:

  • Born in Camp Hill, Pa., on April 12, 1992.
  • Daughter of Bobby Thomas and Tina Klotzbeecher-Thomas, has one younger brother, Devin, who is a sophomore forward at Wake Forest this year, and one younger sister, Alexia.
  • Majoring in family science at Maryland.
  • Attended Central Dauphin High School (Pa.), where she led her class to 106 victories over four years, the most of any single class in that school’s history.
  • Finished her career as Central Dauphin’s all-time leading scorer with 2,289 points, which ranks among the top 50 all-time leading scorers in Pennsylvania history.
  • Parade Magazine All-America first team (2010).
  • USA Today All-USA third team (2010).
  • Associated Press Pennsylvania Class 4A Player of the Year (2010).
  • Helped lead Central Dauphin to a Pennsylvania Class 4A championship as a sophomore in 2007-08, scoring 30 points in a second-round upset of top-seeded
    Downingtown East.

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