Panther of the week: Alisha Andrews

Women’s Basketball

The Panthers’ senior point guard was one of five seniors honored on Senior Day on Saturday. She was a big reason why Georgia State advanced to the Sun Belt tournament for the second straight season as she contributed 13 assists in a 66-61 victory at UL-Monroe on March 5.

Andrews hails from Stone Mountain, Georgia. In her high school career with DeKalb County High, she was ranked as the second-best point guard in the state of Georgia by In her junior season, she led her team to a Class-AAAAA state title and also scored 1,000 points with DeKalb County High.

After spending her first two collegiate seasons with the University of North Carolina-Wilmington (UNCW), she began her career at Georgia State in the 2013-14 season. Last year, she led the conference in assists with 144. Andrews is now one of only two NCAA women’s players with 1,000 points, 500 assists, 300 rebounds, and 300 steals.

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