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Courtnie Latham
Courtnie  Latham


Houston, Texas

High School:
Clear Springs





Business Management


142 Tulane Student-Athletes Named to American All-Academic Team

Women's Cross Country/Track & Field led the way with 34 honorees


Tulane Women's Basketball 2013-14 Season In Review

Green Wave go 20-11 overall, finish fourth in C-USA and advance to the postseason


Women's Basketball Holds Off Tulsa For 65-61 C-USA Win

Jamie Kaplan posts game highs with 17 points, seven assists as Green Wave reach 20-win plateau


Balanced Attack Leads Women's Basketball Past FIU, 66-55

Dale tallied double-double with 18 points, 12 rebounds as Wave improve to 19-6 overall, 10-2 in C-USA


Women's Hoops Wins Third Straight With 74-62 Victory At Florida Atlantic

Blagg, Dale score 17 points each as Green Wave improve to 18-6 overall, 9-2 in C-USA action


WBB vs Alabama, WNIT 1st Rd.

Tulane women's basketball vs Alabama in WNIT 1st Round action on March 16, 2016


2/20/16 WBB: Tulane vs. Tulsa

Tulane WBB vs. Tulsa at Devlin Fieldhouse in New Orleans, La. 2/20/16


Tulane WBB at Tulsa, 1/16/16

Tulane women's basketball def. Tulsa 71-47 on the road on Jan. 16, 2016.


Tulane WBB vs. Southern, 12/18/15

Pictures from Tulane women's basketball's home victory over Southern on Dec. 18, 2015.


Tulane WBB vs LSU, 11/23/15

Tulane women's hoops defeated LSU 67-63 at home on Nov. 23, 2015

2015-16: Started all 35 games, averaging the third most minutes with 28.7 ... The 35 starts ties the program record for a single season ... Latham only missed 12 free throws in her junior campaign (64-76), as her .842 shooting percentage ranked as the ninth best in program history ... Speaking of Latham’s free throw shooting, the junior went a perfect 12-for-12 in the 66-58 win over Saint Louis on Dec. 21, setting a new career high - It also tied Ana Owens of Cincinnati for best free-throw performance on the year ... Also tallied a career high 23 points on a season best 5-for-8 shooting night in win over SLU -  The performance not only earned Latham her first American Athletic Conference Player of the Week award, but Tulane’s as well ... Was the lone Green Wave to register double-digit points against No. 1 UConn in AAC Tournament Semifinals - Latham’s 11 points was her 10th and final double-digit scoring game of the year as she connected on a season high tying three treys ... Latham increased her scoring average from 5.5 points per game last year to 6.8 as a junior ... Reeled in a career high 10 rebounds in the win over Houston (12/30) ... Increased her assist production from 1.5 a year ago to 2.1 per game this season ... Dished out a career high of eight assists at Temple (2/23) ... Latham produced an individual 6-0 run to start the second half vs LSU, which sparked an 18-4 team run that lasted the whole third quarter - Latham finished with 14 points, marking her second best offensive showing of the season ... Tied her career high with 4 steals vs Little Rock. 

2014-15: Played in all 33 games, starting in the last four, averaging 18.2 minutes ... Recorded double-digit points in seven of the last 13 games, raising her scoring average from 3.4 to her final average of 5.5 ... In the conference tournament, Latham averaged 13.3 points on 42.9 percent shooting - After tying her career high with 14 points vs. Houston in the first round, Latham set a new career best with 15 points vs USF in the semis, connecting on a career high four three-pointers ... After hitting just three treys in the first 20 games, Latham recorded a three in nine of the final 12 games, including two games with multiple treys ... Tallied 13 points vs East Carolina on Jan. 31, all coming in the second half, including a stretch in which she scored 11 of the team's next 18 points - tied her career high of six field goals ... Logged 11 points at SMU on Feb. 3, in which she scored nine straight for the Wave in the second half ... Tied her career high of six assists twice ... Led team in free-throw percentage, shooting 77.8 percent from the line. 2013-14: Played in all 31 games with nine starts as a true freshman...finished second on the team in free throw percentage (.727), third in assists (60) and steals (36), and fourth in field goal percentage (.422) while averaging 6.3 points and 3.3 rebounds per game...tallied double-digit scoring totals five times, including a season-high 14 points after sinking 6-of-12 field goals - including a 2-of-4 performance from beyond the 3-point arc - at UTSA (2/9)...had four or more assists four times and five or more rebounds on 15 occasions, including a career-best six dimes and seven boards vs FIU (2/15)...posted nine multiple-steal ballgames, including a season-best four thefts at Charlotte (1/22) and vs North Texas (2/5)...blocked one shot vs Loyola (12/18), at Charlotte, vs Louisiana Tech (1/25), at Florida Atlantic (2/12), at UAB (2/22), at Southern Miss (3/1) and vs Middle Tennessee (3/5)...off the court, was a member of the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll and Tulane's 3.0 Club, and claimed C-USA Academic Medal honors for posting a GPA of 3.75 or higher. High School: Five-year varsity letterwinner, playing the last three at Clear Spring High for coach Pam Crawford while playing as a freshman at Sue V. Cleveland (N.M.) High for coach Felicia Boatman and seeing varsity action as an eighth grader at Rio Rancho (N.M.) High for coach Bob McIntyre...rated a three-star recruit, received a 90 scout grade and was tabbed the No. 44 shooting guard in the nation by ESPN.com while ranking as the 42nd guard nationally by Dan Olson's Collegiate Girls Basketball Report and the 44th player in the state of Texas by Joey Simmons' Premiere Basketball Report... helped lead the Chargers to a combined 103-11 overall record with three consecutive 5A Region III District 12 titles and back-to-back-to-back trips to the regional semifinals while helping Cleveland High to a 15-13 mark in 2009-10 and helping Rio Rancho go 27-3 and finished ranked second in the state in 2008-09...averaged 13.2 points, 5.8 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 2.6 steals and 0.7 blocks per game as a senior en route to earning first-team all-state, all-district and All-Greater Houston honors...also garnered Galveston County Defensive Player of the Year and Clear Creek ISD Co-MVP distinction, claimed MVP of the Peggy Sue Whitley Tournament and a spot on the McDonald's Invitational and Sandra Meadows Classic All-Tournament teams, was selected to the Elements of a Champion All-Star Team and was a finalist for the Houston Touchdown Club's Girls Basketball Scholar-Athlete of the Year...as a junior, was named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 5A All-Region III and claimed second-team all-district honors after averaging 10.2 points and 3.7 rebounds per game while chipping in with 87 assists, 64 steals and 21 blocked shots. As a sophomore, she tallied 11.6 points and 3.7 rebounds per outing to go with 88 assists, 104 steals and seven blocks...also lettered once in volleyball...in addition to her prep career, also played for Cy-Fair Nike Elite where she was named the No. 72 summer prospect in the 2013 Class by Carolina Scouting Report and saw action for the Nike National AAU Team...off the court, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a 4.998 weighted GPA, received the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award and the Clear Springs Leadership Medal...was a member of the National Honor Society, Safe School Ambassadors and Top Teens of American...claimed Superintendent Scholar honors three consecutive years and was named first-team Academic All-State as a senior. Personal: Born Courtnie Anyce Latham on April 17, 1995, in Austin, Texas...daughter of Mireo and Antoinette Latham...has one brother, Christian, and one sister, Shantel...grandfather, Clifford Johnson, played Major League Baseball with the Houston Astros (1972-77), New York Yankees (1977-79), Cleveland Indians (1979-80), Chicago Cubs (1980), Oakland Athletics (1981-82_, Toronto Blue Jays (1983-85) and Texas Rangers (1985)...uncle, Vince Young was an All-American quarterback at Texas and played in the NFL with the Tennessee Titans (2006-10) and Philadelphia Eagles (2011)...uncle, Mike Eastler, played Major League Baseball with the Houston Astros (1973-75), California Angels (1976), Pittsburgh Pirates 91977-83), Boston Red Sox (1984-85), New York Yankees (1986-87) and Philadelphia Phillies (1987)...majoring in business management.

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