China Threatt
China  Threatt


Auburn Hills, Mich.

High School:




DePaul Women's Basketball

at Loyola Chicago

Career Notes: Earned BIG EAST Sixth Man of the Year award as a junior.... played in 90 career games... started six times during freshman season, once as a sophomore and five times as a junior... missed the final five games of the 2007-08 season after right knee injury (torn ACL)... 19 games in double-figures.

2010-11 (Senior): Earned DePaul's Maggie Dixon Captain's Award... appeared in 35 games... started against Notre Dame on Feb. 28... first start since March 8 when she started DePaul's quarterfinal BIG EAST Championship game against Pittsburgh... season-best 16 points against Missouri State and tied a career-high with seven assists... season-best five rebounds in three different games... had an assist in seven of DePaul's last 10 games... had five or more assists in two games and 11 times during her career... played a season-high 30 minutes at Penn State in the NCAA Second Round.

2009-10: Did not play

2008-09 (Junior): BIG EAST Sixth Man of the Year... played in 32 games and started five... started and scored seven points, two boards, and a steal vs. Pittsburgh... started and had seven points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals vs. West Virginia... started and scored six points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals at Cincinnati... four points and two assists vs. Marquette... six points and one assist in 20 minutes vs. USF... one assist, a block, and a rebound vs. Villanova... eight points, four assists, three steals and two rebounds against Seton Hall... 11 points, four rebounds, a steal, and an assist at Notre Dame... eight points and two steals against Georgetown... second start of the season, totaled eight points, two rebounds with an assist and steal vs. West Virginia... first start of the season, eight points, five assists, four rebounds and a steal in a career-high 34 minutes at St. John's... eight points, one steal and one assist vs. Providence... season-high 15 points and added a pair of assists and one rebound vs. Rutgers... tied a season-high with 12 points with a career-high 4-for-6 from 3-pt. range and also grabbed five rebounds and dished out one assist at Connecticut... 25 minutes of action with two points (2-2 FT) and a steal at Pittsburgh... came off the bench to score seven points, two blocks, three steals and grabbed a pair of offensive rebounds vs. Notre Dame... three rebounds, two assists and a steal at Louisville... 13 minutes with two steals and an assist against UIC... four points, four steals against Northwestern... seven points, three steals at Loyola-Chicago... totaled five rebounds, four points and two blocked shots against Illinois State... six assists, five rebounds, four points against Hartford... six assists, two points and three rebounds at New Mexico... scored 12 points against Alcorn State with four assists... five points, three steals in season-opening game against Idaho State.

2007-08 (Sophomore): Played in 26 games... suffered a season-ending right knee injury (torn ACL) at Rutgers... dished out an assist in first start of the season against the Scarlet Knights... four points, two assists at Georgetown... 15 points, two assists, two blocked shots at West Virginia... five points, four rebounds and a season-high five assists at USF... eight points, two rebounds and two assists against Cincinnati... 16 points against St. John's with four rebounds... nine points and three assists against Pittsburgh... 12 points against Tennessee with two rebounds... five assists and five rebounds against Appalachian State... four points and three assists against Texas... 10 points at Northwestern with four rebounds, four assists and four steals... seven points, three assists at Northern Illinois... season-high 16 points against Loyola-Chicago with three steals... six points against Florida International... seven points, three assists at Southern Illinois.

2006-07 (Freshman): Started six games... averaged 6.2 points, 2.3 assists and 23.8 minutes per game as a starter... 11 games in double-figures... seven points in the NCAA First Round against Georgia Tech... averaged 6.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists in two BIG EAST Championship games... four assists against Rutgers in the quarterfinals with three steals, three boards... scored 12 points with seven rebounds, two assists against Notre Dame in the first round... eight points, two rebounds at Syracuse... 11 points against Seton Hall... 16 points at Notre Dame with six assists... two points, two assists against USF... four assists, two points, two rebounds at Louisville... six points at St. John's with two rebounds... four points, three assists, two rebounds and two steals against Providence... 15 points at Connecticut with three assists and two rebounds... 14 points against Georgetown with two rebounds, two assists... three assists at Villanova... 10 points at Cincinnati with three assists... three assists, two rebounds against West Virginia... 13 points, two boards against Marquette... three rebounds, two points at Chicago State... seven assists at UNLV with five points, four rebounds... 10 points, four steals, three rebounds and two blocked shots against TCU... 10 points, four assists against Loyola-Chicago... nine points, four rebounds, four assists at Illinois-Chicago... 17 points, four rebounds, three assists in first collegiate start against Northwestern... three points, three assists against Rutgers... two points with two rebounds, two assists at Missouri State... six points with four assists against Northern Illinois... named to the DePaul Invitational All-Tournament team... eight points with four rebounds, three assists against Illinois State... 18 points against Yale with three steals, two rebounds... opened collegiate career with nine points, six assists at Oklahoma.

High School: Averaged 15.0 points 3.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a senior while leading Avondale to a No. 1 state ranking... candidate for Michigan's Miss Basketball... ranked as the No. 6 player in Michigan by the Detroit Free Press... McDonald's All-American nominee... coached by Todd Henderson.

Daughter of Cortez and Cynthia Threatt... last name is pronounced "Threet"... has two older siblings, Adrial and Antonio, and a younger sibling, Demonte... majoring in Sociology.

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Career Highs
18, vs.Yale (Nov. 17, 2006)
Rebounds: 7, vs. NotreDame (Mar. 3, 2007)
Assists: 7 (2x), last atMissouri State(Nov. 15, 2010)
Steals: 4 (3x), last vs. Northwestern (Dec.14, 2008)
Blocked Shots: 2 (4x), last vs.West Virginia (Mar. 7, 2009)
Field Goals: 8, vs. Yale (Nov. 17, 2006)
Field Goal Attempts: 15, vs. West Virginia (Mar.7, 2009)
3pt. Field Goals: 4, at Connecticut (Jan. 13, 2009)
3pt. FieldGoal Attempts: 7 (2x), last vs. West Virginia (Mar. 7, 2009)
FreeThrows: 5 (2x), last vs. Marquette (Jan. 6, 2007)
Free Throw Attempts: 7, vs. Marquette(Jan. 6, 2007)
Minutes: 38, vs. WestVirginia (Mar. 7,2009)
Games in Double-Figures: 21
5+ Assist Games: 11

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