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#4 Kim Demmings
Position: Guard
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Richmond, IN
High School: Richmond
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Kim Demmings Biography
Courtesy: WSU Athletic Media Relations
Release: 08/01/2010

2015-16: Horizon League Player of the Year...Third Team High-Major All-American by College Sports Madness...named to Naismith Watch List...ended season as all-time leading scorer in Horizon League women's basketball history and WSU history (men's or women's) with 2677 points...finished as WSU's all-time leader in field goals made and attempted, three-pointers made and attempted, free throws made and attempted, assists, games played and minutes played...led the league in scoring at 20.0 points per game and was fourth in threes made per game at 2.4, 10th in steals per game at 1.5 and 15th in rebounds per game at 6.0...scored in double figures in 31 of 35 games...tallied 20 or more points 19 times and 30 or more on four occasions...27 points at Miami (FL)...double-double of 26 points, 14 rebounds with six assists at Kent State...named as the Horizon League Player of the Week and the College Sports Madness High-Major Player of the week on November 22 after posting a double-double of 27 points and 10 rebounds against Lipscomb and 24 points with eight rebounds versus Austin Peay...repeated as Horizon League Player of the Week on November 29 as she had 28 points, eight rebounds against Iowa and 32 points in a win over nationally-ranked George Washington at the Lone Star Showcase...double-double of 14 points, 10 rebounds versus UIC...25 points at Detroit...named Horizon League Player of the Week on January 18...35 points at UIC ranked as the top scoring performance in the league for the season, earning her College Sports Madness High-Major Player of the Week honors...28 points at Northern Kentucky...34 points against Oakland...named to the league's All-Tournament Team after scoring 70 points in three games and also recording 22 rebounds and 11 assists...had 30 points in tournament opener versus UIC and 27 in semifinals against Milwaukee...selected as the Horizon League Winter Female Scholar-Athlete of the Season.

2014-15: Horizon League Preseason Player of the Year...Preseason Third Team All-High Major by College Sports Madness...started the opener at Austin Peay and recorded an assist before suffering a season-ending foot injury.

2013-14: Horizon League Player of the Year...Fourth Team High Major All-American by College Sports Madness...finished sixth in Division I with 784 points and her 22.4 scoring average was 11th...led league in scoring and was third in threes made and steals per game, 11th in free throw percentage, 15th in blocks per game and 17th in rebounding average...set WSU season records in points along with field goals made and attempted...scored in double figures in 33 of 35 games...tallied 30 or more points seven times and 20 or more points 24 times, leading the league in both categories...31 points at Southern Illinois...selected as the Horizon League Player of the Week on November 11...26 points and eight rebounds at Murray State...tallied 85 points in three games in being named to the Gulf Coast Showcase All-Tournament Team (30 vs North Carolina State, 27 vs Middle Tennessee and 28 vs James Madison)...collected nine rebounds against Middle Tennessee and recorded a double-double with 11 boards versus James Madison...named the Horizon League Player of the Week on December 2...10 rebounds against Xavier...named MVP of the Wright State Invitational with 29 points versus Gardner-Webb and 30 against Bradley...season-high seven steals at Chicago State...31 points, including 12 of 17 at the foul line, and eight rebounds at Valparaiso...28 points in back-to-back games at UIC and versus Youngstown State...dished out seven assists in YSU contest...31 points (10-12 FT) versus UIC...season-high 36 points (15-26 FG) at Oakland...30 points at Detroit...double-double of 23 points and 10 assists against Valparaiso...selected as the Horizon League Tournament MVP as she scored 77 points in three games (25 against Milwaukee, 26 versus Youngstown State, 26 at Green Bay)...22 of 26 points at Green Bay came in second half as WSU erased a 10-point second half deficit to earn its first-ever trip to the NCAA Division I Tournament...12 points in NCAA First Round game at Kentucky.

2012-13: Second Team All-Horizon League...collected 1,000th career point on January 30 in just her 54th career game...scored 35 points at Milwaukee, making 13 field goals...tied career-high 14 rebounds against Morehead State...31 points against Urbana...career-high 11 assists at UIC...scored in double digits 27 of 29 games...15 games of 20 or more points...five double digit rebound games...fourth in league scoring and 12th in rebounding; tops in assists; sixth in threes made and fifth in minutes played...League Player of the Week December 17.

2011-12: Team MVP...Horizon League First Team, Newcomer Team and Newcomer of the Year...four- time Horizon League Player of the Week...Second Team Freshman All-American by Full Court... started all 34 games, scoring double digits in all but four...scored 20 or better points 14 times and 30 or better four times...high 38 points vs. Milwaukee at home...10 or more field goals made in four contests...five threes three times...double digit rebounds four times with high of 14 at Youngstown State...scored 20 or more in eight of final nine games...averaged 18.4 points and 6.1 rebounds.

Notes: Averaged 19.9 points and 10.2 rebounds per game senior season, leading the Red Devils to their best record since 2005...scored a season-high 34 points at Huntington North and had 33 against both Logansport and Marion...selected to the Hoosier Basketball North/South All-Star game...named Second Team All-State and chosen as the Area Player of the Year by the Richmond Palladium-Item as a senior...also a multiple-time sectional champ in track and finished fifth in the long jump at the state meet as a junior.