Four-time letter winner that is a sharpshooter from behind the arc • concluded Blue Hens career ranked in multiple statistical categories: 3-point field goals attempted (549; 1st), 3-point field goals made (193; 2nd), 3-point field goal percentage (.352; 7th), games played (119, 8th), minutes played (3,239, 12th), points (1,196; 13th), free throws made (251; t-16th), field goals attempted (1,027; 17th), assists (188; 29th), steals (115; t-30th) and rebounds (381; 40th) • graduated in May 2016 from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice.
All-CAA Second Team selection during final season in a Delaware uniform • named UD Alumni Association Team MVP and Blue Hen Basketball Club Outstanding Contributor • became 25th player in program history to surpass 1,000 career points with a game-high 23 points against Drexel (Jan. 22) • posted school single-season record 177 3-point field goal attempts • second in the record books with 64 3-pointers made • knocked down 3-pointers in a school-record 19 straight games • went 70-of-75 from the charity stripe for a mark of .933, which led the CAA and is good for third in UD single-season history • registered 1,035 minutes played, a mark good for 14th in single-season history • led Hens and was 13th in the CAA with 11.9 points per game • sixth in the conference with 33.4 minutes played per • second for UD and eighth amongst league competitors with 36.2 (64-177) 3-point percentage • tied for fourth in the CAA with 2.1 treys per contest • tied career-best with five 3-pointers made at William & Mary (Feb. 14) and against Drexel (Jan. 22) • put up a career-high 11 3-point attempts at the College of Charleston (Jan. 15) • collected season-best 24 points in career-high 47 minutes played versus Elon (Feb. 7) • totaled five 20-plus point games • was perfect from the free throw line in six contests • one of five Delaware players to reach double digit scoring at UNCW (Feb. 28) • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Nov. 16) after opening year with 19 points in win over Lafayette.
Appeared in all 32 games for the Blue Hens while starting 31 • posted single-season school record 170 3-point field goals attempted while making 58, which is good for second all-time in single-season history • tied for the team lead with 14.2 points per game for a total of 453 points on the year • led the CAA and was 63rd in the nation by going .828 (101-122) from the charity stripe • logged 1,094 total minutes, a mark which places her sixth in single-season history • became the sixth player in program history with 100 career 3-pointers made on Jan. 15 against Hofstra • registered 19 straight games with double figure scoring efforts • posted career day with 30 points on 11-of-25 shooting at Vermont (Nov. 29) with a season-best eight rebounds • collected nine treys against Elon on Jan. 4 • named to the CAA All-Tournament Team after averaging 17.3 points, 4.7 rebounds, 2.3 steals and 2.0 assists in addition to shooting .455 (15-for-33) from the field, .941 (16-of-17) from the charity stripe and .500 (6-for-12) from behind the arc in three games for the Hens • tied CAA Tournament school-record with three 3-point field goals made in semifinals loss vs. Hofstra (March 14) • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week (Nov. 30) • Joyce Perry Coaches Award.
Recorded 56 3-pointers, a mark good for second place in Delaware single season history • tied for fourth in the single season record books with 152 3-pointers attempted • named Team’s Most Improved Player, as voted on by teammates • earned Lehigh Christmas City Classic All-Tournament Team honors after averaging 11.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 2.5 treys off of the bench against Lehigh and Youngstown State • started 24 of 31 games played • earned first career start in season-opener at Rhode Island • responded with first career double double of 15 points and 13 rebounds against the Rams • registered double figure scoring marks in three of first four games • finished season by posting at least 10 points a game in final 10 of 12 games • suffered a broken nose during practice in early January, but did not miss any playing time • dished out a career-best eight assists against Drexel on Jan. 19 • collected career-high four steals against James Madison on Feb. 20 • led Blue Hens with a career-best 19 points while tying a career-high with five 3-pointers made in Delaware’s first round loss to Rutgers in the WNIT • added six rebounds and two assists against the Scarlet Knights • National 5 & 10 Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week for Feb. 10.
Served as a threat from 3-point land as all field goals made as a freshman were from behind the arc • averaged 2.4 points and 1.1 rebounds in 8.0 minutes played per game for the Hens • went a career-best 4-for-4 from the free throw line in addition to tying a career-high with four rebounds at Georgia State (1/31) • dished out first two assists of career in win over UNCW (1/24) • delivered a career game in 62-27 win in CAA opener against George Mason (1/10) with eight points, two field goals, two 3-pointers, two free throws, four rebounds and one steal in 19 minutes of action • swatted a career-high two blocks in Delaware’s 82-53 win at Monmouth (12/20) • picked up first career blocked shot against Princeton (12/9) • scored four points and grabbed four rebounds during 18 minutes of play against Sam Houston State (11/9) in her Blue Hen debut.
Three-time All-State selection and Virginia AA State Player of the Year • four-time Northwestern District Player of the Year honoree • three-time Group AA and Region II Player of the Year • four-time Winchester Star and Northern Virginia Daily Player of the Year • averaged 25.8 points per game as a junior • scored 29.5 points as a senior, ninth most in Virginia High School League history, while her 886 points were fourth most • ranked sixth in the area with 8.6 rebounds, second with 4.0 assists, first with 6.8 steals, and third with 1.9 blocks • also was second in the area with a 57.0 shooting percentage and tied for first with a 44.0 three-point percentage • led Millbrook High School to three consecutive state championships and a record 80 consecutive victories • had her number retired • ranks third all-time in VHSL history with 2,626 career points and first with 631 career steals • four-year honor roll student.
Courtni Ciera Green • born March 31, 1994 • daughter of Erick and Tamara Green • brother, Erick Green, Jr., was the 2013 ACC Player of the Year and a third-team AP All-America selection as the starting point guard at Virginia Tech before being a second round pick in the 2013 NBA Draft • also has two younger sisters, Madison and Aalyiah • criminal justice major at Delaware • enjoys shopping and spending time with her family.
Points: 30 at Vermont, 11/29/14
Field Goals: 11 at Vermont, 11/29/14
Field Goal Att.: 25 at Vermont, 11/29/14
3-pt. Field Goals: 5 – 4x, last at William & Mary, 2/14/16
3-pt. Field Goals Att.: 11 at College of Charleston, 1/15/16
Free Throws: 10 – 2x, last vs. Elon, 2/7/16
Free Throw Att.: 12 at Temple, 12/3/14
Rebounds: 13 at Rhode Island, 11/8/13
Assists: 8 vs. Drexel, 1/19/14
Blocks: 2 vs. Monmouth, 12/22/12
Steals: 4 vs. James Madison, 2/20/14
Minutes: 47 vs. Elon, 2/7/16
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