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#11 KERRY CREMEANS
  • Guard, 5 7
  • Four Year Letterwinner (1991-94)
  • Three Time Academic All SEC
  • Wheelersburg, Ohio
  • Wheelersburg High School

Career Notes Three time SEC Academic Honor Roll selection...Led Florida to two consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances, the first two in school history...Florida's all time three point leader, ranking among the top five for each career three point category: first in 3PT FGM (109); first in 3PT FGA (374) and fourth in 3PT FG% (.291)...Ranks among the SEC All Time top 10 in both 3 pt FGM and 3 pt FGA...Florida won 73 games during Cremeans' four year career, the top total in school history, including a school record tying 22 during senior campaign.

As a Senior (1993-94) Senior guard who provided leadership and three point threat...Received the Unsung Gator Award, Highest G.P.A. Award and the Dedicated Gator Award for work in the weightroom at the 1994 Lady Gator Basketball Banquet...Became UF's all time 3 pt leader against Vanderbilt in the SEC Tournament, finishing her career with 109...1994 SEC Academic Honor Roll selection for the third consecutive year...Named the Gator Booster News Student Athlete of the Week on December 9th...District finalist for GTE Academic All America honors...Nominated for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship...Hit at least one three pointer in 19 consecutive games to close out her career...Played in all 29 games with 22 starts, averaging 25.4 minutes per game...UF was 19 3 with Cremeans in the starting lineup...Established new career season highs for every statistical category this season...Averaged 6.9 ppg, sixth on the squad...Fourth on the team in assists (53)...First on the team with 50 three pointers this season, the third best season total in UF history, passing her freshman year total of 36...Led the team in assists in five games...Ranked 10th in the SEC with 1.8 3 pt FG per game...Six games in double figure points...Distributed a career high five assists in final collegiate game agasint Texas A&M in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Had a season high 16 vs. Auburn (3/5) in the second round of the SEC Tournament...Grabbed a career high seven rebounds, while also contributing nine points (3 8 3PT) in a season high 37 minutes of play vs. LSU (2/12).

CREMEANS' 1993-94 SEASON HIGHS
MINUTES 37 Two times
POINTS 16 vs. Auburn (3/5)
REBOUNDS7 vs. LSU (2/12) 3
ASSISTS 5 vs. Texas A&M (3/16)
STEALS 3 vs. Central Florida (1/11)
BLOCKS 1 vs. S. Alabama (12/12)
FGM 4 Three Times
FGA 12 vs. S. Carolina (2/20)
FGM 4 Four Times
3FGA 10 Two Times
FTM 4 at Tennessee (12/18)
FTA 7 at Tennessee (12/18)

As A Junior (1992-93) Played in 28 games with one start against Mississippi State (12-1-92)...scored in double digits in three of final five games of season, including season high 15 points vs. Stetson (2-23-93)...charted 10 points vs. Kentucky, including nine in the final five minutes to secure the SEC victory which clinched a fourth place regular season league finish...hit 13 of 13 from the foul line to open junior campaign...free throw streak helped insure the season's best free throw percentage on the team, .864 (19 of 22)...hit highest single game FT effort (four of four) vs. Central Florida (1-13-93)...matched career best assist total of four vs. Alabama St. (12-9-92)...posted season high four rebounds vs. Central Florida (1-13-93)...tied career high steal mark of three against Stetson (2-23-93).

As A Sophomore (1991-92) Played in all 28 games and started on four occasions...doubled scoring and rebounding averages of freshman season with 5.9 ppg. and 1.6 rpg., respectively...tripled three point scoring figures with 36 made on 111 attempts for 32.4 percent...best game of the season came against Southeastern Conference rival Alabama (1-4-92) in Tuscaloosa...tallied career highs of 27 points, a then school record six three pointers, five rebounds and three steals...netted a three point basket with 18 seconds remaining in regulation time to send the UF UA contest into its first of two overtime periods...Florida won 103 101...also netted two of two from the charity stripe in final seven minutes versus Kentucky (2 29 92) to give Florida the lead for the remainder of the game...charted double figure scoring six times...third leading team free throw shooter with a 73.7 percentage, sinking 28 of 38...also finished sixth in team scoring with 166 points in 28 contests.

As A Freshman (1990-91) Contributed as a back up guard behind senior co captain, All SEC Sophia Witherspoon...also played reserve to the shooting guard from three point land...led UF in three point shooting percentage by hitting 10 of 22 for 45.5 percent...charted career high of 11 points on two occasions which included a trio of trifectas both times...also proved consistent on the charity stripe by netting 15 of 18 for 83.3 percent...ranked fourth amongst SEC competitors (1 2 91), hitting six of 12 three pointers...nailed three of four against Alabama Huntsville (12-13-90)...grabbed a season high five rebounds versus East Carolina (1-3-91)...dished out a season high three assists twice (11-24-90 and 1-3-91)...played in 21 of 28 contests...averaged 7.4 minutes of play per game.

Prior To Florida 1990 Associated Press Division III All Ohio team selection and first team All Tri State Area, including Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky...chosen 1990 Southeastern District Player of the Year...finished prep career with 1,223 points...voted first team All Southern Ohio Conference for three straight years, 1988 90...earned 1990 District MVP Award and first team all district recognition in 1989 and 1990...set two Wheelersburg High records, including career points (1,223) and season assists (167)...led prep team to the 1990 Southern Ohio Conference Championship with a 10 0 league record...also assisted team to a sectional championship in 1988-89 and 1989-90...team state ranked fourth in final A.P. poll...averaged 18.8 points, 8.1 assists and 9.0 rebounds per contest during senior campaign...also received the team free throw award, charting a 72.0 percent mark (97 of 135)...a multi talented athlete...competed with varsity track and volleyball teams...first team all conference and all district volleyball selection...voted 1990 volleyball MVP of Southern Ohio Conference...helped track team to back to back conference and district championships in 1989 and 1990...also played on YMCA basketball summer league from 1986 90 and the Urbana A.A.U. team in 1989-90.


CAREER STATISTICS
  3Pt.  
YEAR G/GS MIN FG/FGA FG% FG/FGA FG% FT/FTA FT%  
1990-91 21/0 156 2/11 .182 10/22 .455 15/18 .833
1991-92 28/4 486 51/167 .305 36/111 .324 28/38 .737
1992-93 28/1 309 36/121 .298 13/71 .183 19/22 .864
1993-94 29/22 736 62/223 .278 50/170 .294 26/41 .634
TOTAL 106/27 1687 151/522 .289 109/374 .291 88/119 .739
YEAR REB. AVG. PF/D AST TO BLK STL PTS. AVG
1990-91 14 .7 4/0 12 20 0 6 49 2.3
1991-92 45 1.6 43/1 31 35 0 10 166 5.9
1992-93 43 1.5 43/0 17 23 0 12 104 3.7
1993-94 55 1.9 65/0 53 58 1 19 200 6.9
TOTAL 157 1.5 165/0 113 136 1 47 519 4.9

Career Highs
Points: 27 vs. Alabama, 1 4 92
Rebounds: 7 vs. LSU, 2 12 94
Assists: 5 at Texas A&M, 3 16 94
Steals: 3 Four times
Blocks: 1 vs. S. Alabama, 12 12 93

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