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12 Lucy Mason

Senior (2015-16): Became the first ever CoSIDA Academic All-America in program history… repeated as member of the Division I-AAA ADA Scholar Athlete team… was named SoCon NCAA Woman of the Year nominee, NCCSIA All-State First Team, All-SoCon First Team by both the league’s coaches and media, SoCon Preseason First Team and CoSIDA Academic All-District First Team... averaged 22.0 points per game and finished the season ranked No. 11 in the country in scoring average… she led the league in points per game, free throw percentage (.812) and minutes plated (38.2)… she averaged 5.1 rebounds per game, 38.4 percent from the field and 29.0 percent from three-point range… she tallied 90 assists in her final season and 68 steals… she led the team in multiple statistical categories as she played in and started all 30 games for the Spartans… She became the all-time leading scorer December 28, 2015 with a 29-point performance against UMES to break Angie Polk-Jones’ record of 1,585 points that stood for 26 years… she was named the SoCon Player of the Month in November 2015 and December 2015 becoming the first ever in UNCG women’s basketball history to win back-to-back POTM awards… she was a three-time SoCon Player of the Week recipient this season becoming the first in women’s basketball program history to earn the award four or more times in her career….  She led all scorers with 20 points at #2 South Carolina (11/15/15)... scored a career-high 42 points against High Point setting an individual game record surpassing the previously standing 35-year old record… she scored double figures in all 30 games this season and began the season scoring 20+ points in nine straight games… she posted her only double-double of the season against Cleveland State when she grabbed 14 rebounds, 13 defensive, and scored 18 points for the Spartans… Mason played a full 40 minutes in 10 of UNCG’s 30 games of the season and never played fewer than 32 minutes in a game… 


2014-15 (Junior):
Played in all 30 games, starting every game at guard ... named to the SoCon All-Conference second team ... leads the team in minutes played (1,109), field goals made (170), three-pointers made (34) free throws made (86), assists (104) and total points (460) ... second in the conference with 37.0 minutes per game ... Third in the SoCon in scoring at 15.3 points per game ... second on the team with 64 steals ... became the 24th UNCG player to score over 1,000 points after hitting the mark against Mercer (Jan. 12) at Fleming Gymnasium ... scored double figures in 25 of 30 games ... poured in 20 points or more eight times, including a season-high 25 points at Samford (Feb. 9) off 9-of-19 from the field ... earned her first career double-double with 20 points and a career-best 10 rebounds at ETSU (Jan. 17) ... made five field goals or more in 21 games this season ... one of six Spartans to average 20 or more minutes per game ... played all 40 minutes in eight games against USC Upstate (Nov. 20), at VCU (Dec. 14), vs. Florida A&M (Dec. 29), against Samford (Jan. 10), against Mercer (Jan. 12), at Wofford (Jan. 31), at Furman (Feb. 21) and Western Carolina (Feb. 27) ... was the leading scorer for UNCG in 17 games ... dished out a career-high eight assists at VCU (Dec. 14) ... hit 43 of her last 55 free throw attempts, including a 7-for-7 performance at Samford (Feb. 9) ... Had four-straight 20 point games before scoring 15 in the SoCon Tournament against Chattanooga (March 5) ... her 460 total points is a new single-season high ... was awarded a SoCon Commissioner's Medal (3.5 GPA or higher) ... made the SoCon honor roll.    

2013-14 (Sophomore):
Played and started all of the Spartans’ 30 games … One of 10 players to average double figures in minutes played … Led UNCG in scoring (398 points) and scoring average (13.3 points per game) – also good for ninth in the Southern Conference  - and paced the Blue and Gold in steals (43) (seventh in the SoCon) … Finished second on the squad and fifth in the league in assists (99) and assists per game (3.3) … Knocked down a team second-best 32 three-point field goals … Led the Spartans in scoring in 15 games and netted double figures 20 times … Set a new career high in points with 27 at Furman (Jan. 27) on 10-for-18 shooting from the field … Scored 20 or more points in seven contests … Drained a career-best nine free throws against ACC member Clemson (Dec. 5) at Fleming Gymnasium … Notched a personal-high seven assists at Appalachian State (Feb. 15) … Pulled down seven rebounds in consecutive home games against Davidson (Feb. 8) and Georgia Southern (Feb. 10) … Knocked down multiple three-point field goals in eight contests … Played a career-high 42 minutes in UNCG’s overtime game with Davidson (Feb. 8) in Greensboro.

2012-13 (Freshman): Played and started in all of UNCG’s 31 contests during the season … Was tabbed the Southern Conference Freshman of the Year by the league’s media members and was selected to the SoCon All-Freshman Team by the head coaches after pacing the Spartans with 12.5 points per game to go along with 64 assists and 48 steals … Finished 13th overall in the league in scoring average while also ranking in the top 15 in steals, three-point field goal percentage, three-point field goals made and minutes played … Paced UNCG in minutes played, field goals made, field goals attempted, three-point field goals made, three-point field goals attempted, assists, total points and scoring average while ending up second in steals and third in total rebounds … Tallied the fourth-most field goal attempts in a single-season in UNCG’s history and the most in the Division I era with 409 … Paced the Blue and Gold in scoring in 10 contests … Scored in double figures in all but nine games … Reached the 20-point plateau four times with a career-best 25 in the Spartans’ 87-75 road win at Wofford (Jan. 28) … Also tallied four assists and two steals in the contest … Racked up a career-high five three-point field goals on the way to 21 points in UNCG’s game against No. 23 Florida State (Dec. 22) at the Greensboro Coliseum … Pulled down a season-high eight rebounds twice – at Samford (Feb. 9) and in a narrow overtime loss against Davidson (Feb. 20) at Fleming Gymnasium … Hit nine field goals as part of a 21-point effort at UAB (Dec. 30) while also adding a personal-best six assists … Recorded three blocks in a 49-39 win over NC Central (Dec. 19) at home … Knocked down five free throws in games against Norfolk State (Dec. 15) and at Wofford (Jan. 28).

High School: A three-sport standout who was an all-county performer in basketball and softball in addition to turning in a top-10 finish in the 100-meter hurdles at the state track meet for Chamblee (Ga.) Charter High School ... Helped the Bulldogs to region runner-up finishes in 2009-10 and 2011-12 and an undefeated regular season and No. 1 state ranking in 2010-11 ... Named the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s AAAA Girls Basketball Player of the Year as a senior ... Also earned all-region honors in softball and started for the North squad in the DeKalb County All-Star game ... An Honor Roll and National Honor Society student ... Played club basketball for the Atlanta Celtics.

Personal: Bryahna Lucy Marie Mason … born in Chamblee, Ga. … daughter of Cydney T. Parker and Issac Mason … has one sibling Isaiah … majoring in African American studies and economics.

Position: Guard
Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Stone Mountain, Ga.
High School: Chamblee Charter
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