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• Business accounting major with three-year GPA of 3.74
Has 44 starts in 73 games played in first three years at Georgia State and has gained 1,269 minutes of experience.
Netted 411 points (5.6) with 11 games in double figures...Best game is 23 points in win over Jacksonville State... Has three games with 20 or more points scored...Career 48.2 percent field-goal shooter (161 of 334).
Pulled down 269 rebounds (3.7) with 130 on the offensive end and 141 on the defensive end...Top game of 10 rebounds with three games with nine, one with eight and five games with seven boards.
Topped 70 percent free throw shooting two years...Has 30 career blocked shots with top game with four rejections...Has 35 career steals on defense.
Bounced back as sophomore from back surgery that ended her freshman season.
Missed first four games with ankle injury and worked her way back to start 13 games and play in 25 of the 29 games during her junior season.
Finished fifth on team in both scoring (161 points, 6.4 ppg) and rebounding (86, 3.4 per game).
Was third on team in field goal percentage (47.1, 64 of 136) and most free throw attempts (54)...Was second on team in blocked shots (12).
Scored 21 points (9-of-14 FG, 3-of-3 FT) at Troy (Feb. 13)...Produced 20 points in win at Appalachian State (Jan. 21) with 6-of-9 field goals and 8-of-9 free throws.
Netted 16 points in re-match with App. State (Feb. 27) with 8-of-9 field goals...Scored 13 points in 15 minutes in win over North Florida (Dec. 5).
Had a 12-point, six-rebound night at Arkansas State (Jan. 28) with 5-of-10 FG...Added 8 points and 8 rebounds in win at Stetson (Dec. 21)...Had 9 rebounds and 8 points in win over Texas State (Feb. 4).
Finished season making nine straight free throws over final seven games.
Had second-most starts on team (20) and played in 28 of the 30 games, while playing 479 minutes...Scored eight points in a game three times, going 4 of 4, 4 of 5 and 4 of 7 from the field in those three games.
Third on team in rebounding with 104 (3.7) and had 12 games with five or more rebounds...Had four games with seven rebounds.
Blocked three shots in game vs. UL Lafayette (Jan. 24) and had 10 blocked shots for season.
Perhaps the only thing that kept Haley Gerrin from competing for Sun Belt Freshman of the Year was a lifelong back injury that eventually required surgery during the season.
Amazingly, Gerrin tried to tough it out and showed some of the potential that will make her a key contributer in the future at GSU...Season stats are misleading, based on limited playing time.
Played 20 games, missing the last eight following surgery...Earned 11 starting assignments...Logged just 364 minutes of the possible 1,245 in the 31-game season (29 percent).
Scored 142 points (7.1 ppg) despite nine games with less than 15 minutes playing time when hurting...Grabbed 81 rebounds (4.1 rpg).
Led Sun Belt in field-goal percentage for season at 53.5 on 54 of 101 shooting, with top 72.7 percent game of 8 of 11 vs. Jacksonville State (Nov. 29).
Solid free-throw shooter with 70.8 percent from the line on 34 of 48...Was 5 of 5 from line vs. UL Lafayette (Jan. 23) and 4 of 4 at San Jose State (Dec. 18).
Scored 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds in 24 minutes in a 65-63 win over Jacksonville State (Nov. 29) for first collegiate double-figure game. Hit 8 of 11 shots from field.
That was first of her six double-figure scoring games...Had first double-double game with 13 points, 10 rebounds at UL Lafayette (Jan. 23).
Played key role in Georgia State win in its first Sun Belt game, scoring 17 points (7 of 12 shooting), grabbing nine rebounds and blocking two shots vs. Troy (Jan. 1).
Scored 15 points at Santa Clara (Dec. 20) and had 14 points with seven rebounds at Kennesaw State (Dec. 3)...Added 10 points at San Jose State (Dec. 18).
One of the 20 players named to the all-state team in Georgia, playing in the largest AAAAAA class in the toughest region in the state (two teams made the semifinal round of four).
Utilized her 6-foot-2 size to score 1,567 points and set the Habersham Central school scoring record, while leading the team to its most wins in a four-year period (65).
Habersham Central High School coach John Hood said Gerrin had received as many as 30 inquiries from college recruiters after leading her team in both scoring and rebounding all four seasons.
Was first-team all-region as a senior in Atlanta north metro area that sent the two teams into the state championship game (Norcross and North Gwinnett).
Habersham had a school-record 23-wins, sparked by Gerrin, who led the Raiders to
their first-ever round of 16 appearance in the state tournament.
For career, Gerrin finished with 16.5 points per game and 8.8 rebounds, topped by 18.5 points per game as junior.
Was also an all-region pick with the volleyball team, as well a shot putter with the track and field team...Played softball and was a cheerleader as a youngster.
Competed in the Each One Teach One high school national program in north Georgia area and met future GSU teammate Morgan Jackson through out-of-school competition and practices
Was an Honor Roll student at Habersham Central and chosen into National Society of High School Scholars and wore their special honors cord in the high school graduation ceremonies.
Born on July 16, 1995 in Gainesville, Ga.....Turned 18 while in Georgia State summer school before her freshman year of basketball at Georgia State.
Daughter of Mike (contracter/builder) and Tammie (banker)...Kept busy during summers helping her father's business, doing chores and clean-up on projects.
Only brother, Mark, is eight years older and a Gwinnett firefighter in the Norcross area of north Atlanta.
Her hometown is Clarkesville, Ga., a city of about 1,500 residents in north Georgia, near the tourist town of Helen and Unicoi State Park.
Has earned a cumulative 3.74 GPA at Georgia State, making Dean's List or President's List every semester of her collegiate career as business accounting major.