HONORS & AWARDS
2014-15 SEC Community Service Team
2014-15 Community Service Award · LSU Team Award
JUNIOR SEASON (2014-15)
Jones turned in 2.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per game and appeared in 26 of LSU’s 31 games ... Started the first six games of the season (Nov. 14-25) but came off the bench during her last 20 appearances (Dec. 3-March 21) ... Had five DNPs on the season, most recently versus Alabama (Feb. 8) ... Her DNPs against Vanderbilt (Jan. 8) and at No. 9 Texas A&M (Jan. 11) were due to a leg injury ... Amassed seven points and six rebounds against Sam Houston State (Nov. 15) ... Tallied her first career double-double with a season’s best 12 points on 6-of-12 from the floor coupled with 14 rebounds versus Jackson State (Nov. 17) ... Pumped in eight points at UC Santa Barbara (Dec. 19) ... Tacked on nine points courtesy of a 3-of-5 shooting effort and secured seven rebounds against UNC Greensboro (Dec. 28) ... Returned to action with two points, two rebounds and a block at No. 15 Mississippi State (Jan. 15) ... Added four points at No. 5 Tennessee (Jan. 22) ... Picked up a solid all-around effort with a SEC season’s best five points, three rebounds and a career-high two blocks at Ole Miss (Feb. 26) ... Collected three points and five rebounds versus No. 12 Texas A&M (March 1) ... Worked her way to six points and six rebounds against No. 25 USF (March 21) at the NCAA Tournament.
JUNIOR SEASON (2013-14)
Jones sat out the 2013-14 season due to NCAA transfer rules after she spent her first two seasons at Memphis.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2012-13 AT MEMPHIS)
Played in 27 games with six starts and tallied 4.8 points and 2.9 rebounds per game … Poured in a career-high 22 points on an efficient 10-of-12 made field goals against UT-Arlington on Nov. 21 … Chipped in eight points and three boards against UAB on Feb. 14.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2011-12 AT MEMPHIS)
Played in 27 of 33 games for Memphis, averaging 2.7 points and 2.7 rebounds per game ... Added 10 blocks, eight steals and five assists on the season ... Was named the Conference USA Freshman of the Week two times (Nov. 14 and Dec. 5) … Opened her career with eight rebounds in a win over Saint Louis ... Added eight boards against Houston ... Suffered a knee injury four minutes into the C-USA opener against Tulane and missed the next six games ... Scored nine points on 4-for-7 shooting vs. UT Martin ... Tied that season-best with a nine-point effort in the win over Houston on 4-for-8 shooting to go along with eight rebounds.
Starred at Liberty Magnet School in Jackson, Tenn., where she played for coach Kevin Weeks ... Named the All-West Tennessee Girls Basketball Co-Player of the Year by the Jackson Sun and was the No. 45 ranked power forward by ESPN Hoop Gurlz ... Helped her senior squad to its first-ever regional championship and its first-ever state tournament appearance … Averaged 16.0 points and 12.0 rebounds per game as a senior as she was named to the Class 2A all-state girls basketball team by the Tennessee Sports Writers … An all-district and all-region honoree and the District MVP as a junior when she posted 10.0 points and 8.0 rebounds per game.
Full name is Andr’a DeVona Brena Jones … Born Dec. 9, 1992 … Daughter of Kimberly Price and Percy Jones … Has two older brothers, Devon and Devin … Majoring in sports administration.
JONES’ CAREER HIGHS
Points: 12; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
Rebounds: 14; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
Field Goals: 6; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
FG Attempts: 12; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
3-Pt Field Goals: N/A
3-Pt FG Attempts: N/A
Free Throws: 3; vs. UNC Greensboro; Dec. 28, 2014
FT Attempts: 6; vs. UNC Greensboro; Dec. 28, 2014
Assists: 2; two times; last: at UC Santa Barbara; Dec. 29, 2014
Steals: 2; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
Blocks: 2; at Ole Miss; Feb. 26, 2015
Minutes: 29; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
JONES’ TOP 5 SCORING GAMES
Rank; Points; Opponent; Date
1; 12; Jackson State; Nov. 17, 2014
2; 9; vs. UNC Greensboro; Dec. 28, 2014
3; 8; at UC Santa Barbara; Dec. 19, 2014
4; 7; Sam Houston State; Nov. 15, 2014
5; 6; at No. 25 USF; March 21, 2015 – NCAA Tournament 1st Round
5; 6; Arkansas-Little Rock; Nov. 14, 2014