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4 Gia Hayes

2016-17 (Freshman): Played in 17 games, including one start ... scored career-high 12 points while making first career start in a 69-64 win over Manhattan ... made collegiate debut and contributed an assist in a season-opening 67-57 win at Binghamton ... scored first career points with two in a 67- 36 win over NJIT in the home opener.

High School/Personal: Three-year captain at eStem High Public Charter School ... named all-state after leading her team to the Arkansas Class 3A state title as a sophomore, and then again after leading the team to the state semifinals as a senior ... state title was the first in school history ... team's all-time leading scorer with more than 2,000 points ... four-time all-conference selection ... two-time all-tournament selection at the Arkansas state championship ... named to the 2015-16 Arkansas Basketball Coaches Association Top 5 ... selected to the 2015-16 All-Arkansas Preps Basketball Second Team and the P.A.R.K. Education Award ... a KATV/McDonald's Full Court Press Award Finalist ... played AAU for Arkansas Mavericks Elite and the Louisiana Lady Pumas ... member of the National Honor Society ... daughter of Charles and Karen Hayes ... has three older siblings: Kristen Hayes, Taylor Ray, and Tayler Hayes, and one younger sibling, India Hayes ... cousin of Derek Fisher, an 18-year player and five-time champion in the NBA.

Major: Civil Engineering

Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Maumelle, Ark.
High School: eStem High Public Charter School
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