Five UT Arlington student-athletes talk about their journies through college and what comes next.
Kiara Parker grabbed her second double-double of the season with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
The Mavericks fell to 5-19 overall and 3-11 in the WAC.
Desherra Nwanguma scored 18 points in the Mavericks loss to Idaho.
Aron Garcia joins Leila Suleiman and Kelsey Willson as transfers making an impact for UTA.
- Started 3 games, averaging 3.3 points per game
- Averaged 2.6 rebounds per contest
- Career-high 17 points against Oral Roberts (Nov. 16)
- All-Academic WAC honors
Seward County Community College
- Played two years at Seward County CC
- Jayhawk West Conference, NJCAA Division 1 both years
- Averaged 5 Rebounds per game and 6 points per game as a sophomore
- Academic National Championship
- Four-year letterwinner in basketball and track at Ripley (Ripley, OK)
- Averaged 7.8 rebounds per game and 13.8 points per game
- District Champions from 2007-2010, Regional Champs in 2007, Regional Runner-up in 2010
- Salutatorian, academic honor roll, All-Area team, All-Tournament Glencoe Invitational, All-Conference, Conference MVP, All-State team
- Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Daughter of Jeffrey and Kimberly Willson
- Born on August, 13, 1992
- Has two brothers (Jeremy and Joshua) and three sisters (Karen, Kylie, Krystin)
- Majoring in interdisciplinary studies
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