Get to know Gopher basketball player Shonte' Clay.
2011-12 Sophomore Season: Saw action in eight games for the Gophers earned a spot on the Academic All-Big Ten Team finished the year with career highs of four points, four rebounds and a block in 15 minutes of play missed the final nine games of the season with an injury made her first-career field goal and added a rebound and a block vs. Indiana (1/2) had a rebound vs. NJIT (12/23) grabbed a rebound vs. Alcorn State in the Best Buy Classic (12/11) made an appearance in the contest vs. Harvard (12/10) had one field goal attempt vs. Air Force (12/7) saw time on the floor in the Big 12/Big Ten Challenge vs. No. 1/1 Baylor pulled down a rebound vs. North Dakota State in the Subway Classic Championship Game (11/20) went 2-for-2 from the free throw line in her first appearance of 2011-12 vs. Binghamton (11/19)
2010-11 Freshman Season: Played in three games for the Gophers averaged 0.7 rebounds and 0.3 assists in 2.3 minutes per game played three minutes in the Gophers' loss to Dayton at the Subway Classic (11/21) grabbed one rebound in Minnesota's win versus Milwaukee (11/20) recorded one rebound and an assist in her first collegiate game, the Gophers' season-opening win against Northern Illinois in the Best Buy Classic (11/13).
High School: A 2010 graduate of Von Steuben High School in Chicago All-State honoree scored 49 points in a Public League playoff game against Taft in 2010 had 34 points and 27 rebounds in a triple-overtime win against Racine Case in 2010 named MVP of her volleyball team also lettered in soccer an honors student played AAU ball for the Chicago Hoops Express coached by Jerald Davis.
Personal: Born Sep. 19, 1991 pre-journalism major daughter of Sherri Blumingburg has older brother Pierre and younger siblings Marshauwn and Shenise.
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Sunday afternoon on BTN Minnesota will face the Wildcats for the second time this season.
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Rachel Banham and Carlie Wagner each had over 20 points as Minnesota beat Rutgers for the first time in program history