Women's Basketball vs. Bethune-Cookman inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center (Photos by Randy Stadler)
Batchelor on Bryant: "Shauntesha has the physicality and strength to fit into our offensive system. Her greatest strength is the ability to play inside and out. She has a versatile skill set that will bring toughness and depth to our forward position."
2016-17: Played all 29 contests while starting the final 12 games ... scored seven points in season opening victory versus Cheyney (11/11/16) ... registered 12 points in the win over Saint Francis (Pa.) (12/16/16) ... recorded 14 points and six boards at USC-Upstate (12/30/16) ... filled the stat sheet versus Coppin State (02/04/17), compiling 10 points, nine rebounds (season-high), and three steals (career-high) ... scored a career-high 16 points in the road win at Delaware State (02/25/17) ... tallied 10 points and three steals (career-high) versus Morgan State (03/02/17).
2015-16: Took part in 24 games (one start) ... finished third on the team in field goal percentage (43%) and three-point percentage (30%) ... in her season debut against Georgetown (11/13/15), she registered seven points and five boards in a season-high 29 minutes of action ... posted three rebounds and two points in the home win versus USC-Upstate (11/15/15) ... tallied six points and four rebounds against Cheyney (11/24/15) ... netted six points versus Mount St. Mary's (12/02/15) ... had a career-high 15 points on 5-of-9 shooting at Duquesne (12/09/15) ... tallied two points and a rebound against UMBC(12/15/15) ... in her only start against No. 6 Maryland (12/20/15), she posted two points and board ... tallied two points versus Old Dominion (12/22/15) ... registered four points and two rebounds at Savannah State (01/16/16) ... netted nine points and two boards versus Howard (02/01/16) ... scored two points against Florida A&M (02/22/16) ... posted four points and a rebound versus Delaware State (02/27/16) ... tallied two points and a board versus Howard in the MEAC Tournament First Round (03/07/16).
2014-15: Played well in limited action for the Lady Hawks ... competed in 24 games with seven starts ... in her collegiate debut, played five minutes and recorded two boards and a block at Georgetown (11/14/14) ... had a season-high two steals versus Virginia Commonwealth (11/20/14) ... scored her first basket in the home win over Cheyney (11/25/14) ... grabbed five rebounds at Morgan State (01/12/15) ... in her first career start, she tallied eight points on 4-of-7 shooting in the home victory over Savannah State (01/17/15) ... shot 6-of-7 from the floor and ended with 12 points and nine boards against South Carolina State (01/19/15) ... played a season-high 33 minutes at Bethune-Cookman (01/24/15) ... notched her first-career double-double at Howard (02/02/15) with 14 points and 12 boards ... tallied six rebounds and four points in the road win at Delaware State (02/14/15).
High School/Club: A four-year letterman in basketball (2010-2014) ... Guided the squad to back-to-back League Championships (2013-14) ... Made the All-League First Team during her senior campaign ... Named to the All-League Second Team in her junior season ... During the 2012-13 season, made the All-Tournament team ... Netted a career-high 20 points in a single game.
Personal: Born September 28, 1996 in Syracuse, New York ... Daughter of Littesha and Shawn Bryant ... Has one brother, Shawn Jr., and one sister, Jaleya ... Major is Computer Science ... Plans to continue playing basketball or start her career ... Pre-game routine/superstitions are listening to music and sleeping ... Hobbies outside of sports are watching TV and drawing ... Favorite movie is Love & Basketball ... Personal best sports moment is scoring on UCONN star Breonna Stewart ... Personal best non-athletic moment is making the honor roll ... Personal athletic goals before graduating are breaking records and scoring 1,000 points ... Tesha would like to play professionally either overseas or the WNBA.