Lady Roadrunners Announce Basketball 2022-2023 Roster
State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners Head Basketball Coach Nicole Collier recently announced the team’s roster for the 2022-2023 season. The group will include four players from last year’s team.
Quincenia Jackson was a First-Team All-Region 16 and First-Team Missouri Community College Athletic Conference All-Conference as a freshman. She started in 19 games, averaged 16.7 points per contest and pulled down a team-high 8.9 rebounds.
Autumn Wallace earned Second-Team All-Region 16 and Second-Team Missouri Community College Athletic Conference All-Conference honors as a freshman. She finished third on the team in scoring at 7.7 points per game and pulled down 7.2 rebounds.
Paige Spencer started and played in 24 games last season. She scored 5.3 points per game and knocked down 71.9% of her free-throw attempts.
Kayla Dooley started in all 25 games for SFCC. She scored 3.6 points per game, made 71.4% of her free-throw attempts and dished out 1.6 assists per game.
Ten new student-athletes will see their first-game action at SFCC when the season begins.
Biance Stocks is a 5’9” guard who has transferred from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin. Stocks appeared in 19 games off the bench for Missouri Southern. She averaged playing 16.3 minutes a game, averaged 3.9 points a game, shot 79.2 % from the free throw line, grabbed 1.6 rebounds per game, and dished out a team-high 2.1 assists.
“Last year was a year of improvements and learning for myself and the returners,” said Collier. “Our sophomores (including Biance Stocks) are back on campus, and I can already see a difference in their leadership both on and off the court.”
Tayler Hines is a 5’5” guard from Fort Osage High School. She averaged eight points and two assists per game as a senior.
Kylee Ash is a 5’10” guard from Tuscumbia High School. She averaged 20 points per game, nine rebounds, seven assists, and five steals as a senior.
Perryauna Youmans is a 5’8” guard from Southeast High School in Florida. She averaged 12 points, four rebounds and 2 steals per game as a senior.
Sarah Means is a 5’10” guard from Troy-Buchanan High School. She averaged 10 points and six rebounds per game as a senior.
Charnay Robinson is a 5’6” guard who has transferred to SFCC from Howard College. She averaged nine points and four rebounds per game.
Aiyanna Tanksley is a 6’0 forward from Detroit Cody High School in Michigan. She averaged 32 points and 14 rebounds as a senior. She also contributed four assists and two blocked shots per game and was named first-team all-state.
Jaida Shipp is a 6’1” post player from Newman Smith High School in Texas. She averaged 18 points and 15 rebounds per game. Shipp also contributed four steals, 3.5 assists, and three blocked shots as a senior. She earned first-team all-state and first-team all-district honors and offensive player of the year.
Amyjah Belt is a 5’10” guard from Morgan County R1 High School. She averaged 13 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals as a senior.
Samantha Queathem is a 5’8” guard from Montgomery County High School. She averaged 10 points and three rebounds per game as a senior.
“We have four starters who played big minutes for us last season,” said Collier. “I feel we are improved at all positions on the floor. We have a good mixture of experience, size, and versatility. I have high expectations for this group and am looking forward to the year.”
-- David Rohrbach, SFCC Athletics