Named to the 2018-20 USA Basketball Women's National Team on July 18, 2018.
Member of the 2010 USA Women's Select Team that trained against the 2010 USA National Team in April, 2010.
Member of the 2007 USA Women's U19 World Cup Team that captured the gold medal with a perfect, 9-0 slate at the FIBA U19 World Cup in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Drafted: No. 12 by the Seattle Storm in 2011; traded to the Washington Mystics on April 29, 2011; traded to the Atlanta Dream in 2013 and to the Connecticut Sun in 2015.
WNBA All-Defensive first team: 2017, 2018, 2019.
WNBA All-Defensive second team: 2016.
WNBA All-Star Game: 2017.
Started 120 of 137 games played in her four years at Duke University.
Finished her career starting 96 straight contests.
Became just the fourth Blue Devil to notch over 1,300 points, 400 rebounds, 400 assists, 200 steals and 50 blocks (Alana Beard, Monique Currie and Katie Meier)
One of only two Blue Devils to notch 100 or more steals in a single season (Alana Beard).
Named an Academic All-American as a junior and senior, and Academic All-District as a sophomore.
Became the first Blue Devil to be named Academic All-America on two occasions.
Received the Kay Yow Award as the Women’s Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior.
In 51 games against ranked opponents, posted double-figure scoring 39 times, including ten 20+ scoring contests.
Became only the second Blue Devil to be named ACC Tournament MVP on two occasions (Iciss Tillis).
Ranked seventh in Duke history in career points (1,704) and field goals made (629), second in field goals attempted (1,674), three-point field goals attempted (538) and minutes (4,109), third in three-point field goals made (180) and steals (287), tied for fourth in games started (120), fifth in assists (449) and tied for fifth in games played (137).
Ranked eighth and 10th in Duke single-season scoring with 577 points in 2009-10 and 543 points in 2010-11.
Second and third in season field goals attempted with 532 in the 2009-10 season and 513 in 2010-11
Tied for third and fifth in three-point field goals with 65 in 2010-11 and 63 in 2009-10
Fifth and sixth in three-point field goals attempted with 177 in 2009-10 and 166 in 2010-11
Eighth in assists with 146 in 2009-10
Fourth and tied for fifth in steals with 100 in 2009-10 and 85 in 2010-11
First and second in season minutes with 1,172 in 2010-11 and 1,168 in 2009-10
Full name is Jasmine Loretta Thomas
Daughter of Johnnie and Sharon Thomas
Has one brother, Darrell
Four-year letter-winner at Oakton High School in Vienna, Va., where she led her squad to a 101-11 mark
Named 2007 EA Sports, USA Today, Street & Smith’s and Parade first team All-American
Gatorade State Player of the Year, AP State Player of the Year and D.C. All-Met Player of the Year as a senior
Named MVP of the McDonald’s game with 16 points, nine rebounds and six assists
Played in the WBCA H.S. All-America game scoring nine points and totaling five rebounds
Two-time District Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior
Earned four-time All-District, District Player of the Year, first team All-Defensive, District Tournament Team, first team All-Region, Region Player of the Year, VHSCA first team All-State and Associated Press (AP) AAA first team All-State
Collected career totals of 2,598 points (23.2), 910 rebounds (8.1), 519 steals (4.6), 504 assists (4.4) and 181 blocks (1.6)
Over her career, notched five triple-doubles, including two during her senior year
In the state record books, she was second in points (2,598), third in assists (504), third in steals (519) and 10th in three-point field goals made (124)
Registered 56 career double-doubles
Led Oakton to the regular season championship each of her four years and district tournament championship as a sophomore, junior and senior
Set school game records for points (36), assists (12), steals (11) and rebounds (17)
Set school season records for points (781)
Notched school career records for points, assists, steals and rebounds
As a senior, averaged 26.2 points, 8.2 rebounds, 5.1 steals, 4.8 assists and 1.5 blocks
Her 781 points as a senior ranked sixth all-time in state history
Led Oakton to a 27-3 mark and totaled 16 double-doubles during senior year
Named Sportswoman of the Year by the Fairfax County Women in Sports Awards