#10 Tamara Gonzalez
|HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL (LAST SCHOOL)||Asuncion, Paraguay/Internacional School|
2011-12 (SENIOR): Named NAIA Daktronics Scholar-Athlete and TranSouth Conference Scholar-Athlete … Played in 28 games with 26 starts, averaging g 5.5 points, 2.4 rebounds and team-best 2.5 assists per game … Added 1.6 steals per contest … Scored in double figures five times and posted one double-digit rebounding game … Handed out five assists in season opener versus Fisk University … Made a pair of 3-pointers and scored 12 points at Georgetown College … Also netted 12 points versus Purdue University-Calumet … Scored season-best 20 points with four 3-pointers at Lyon College … Recorded 11 points against Freed-Hardeman … Posted six assists versus Blue Mountain and scored 12 points at Bethel University … Registered eight assists against Martin Methodist … Grabbed 10 rebounds at Fisk.
2010-11 (JUNIOR): Named TranSouth Scholar-Athlete … Played in all 30 contests with 17 starts, averaging 6.2 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.9 assists and 1.0 steals … Tied for ninth in TranSouth in 3-pointers made (39) and 12th in assists … Started first three games of the year but not again until mid-January … Made only 11-of-41 from 3-point range and did not score in double figures in first 14 games of season … Broke out of her slump with 10-of-17 effort from the field with three 3-pointers and 25 points at Blue Mountain … Scored 10 points with trio of 3-pointers at Fisk Univ. … Made four 3-pointers and posted 16 points versus Freed-Hardeman … Collected three trifectas and 13 points against Blue Mountain … Made 36 percent (28-of-78) from behind the arc in final 16 games of the year, averaging 8.1 points during the stretch.
2009-10 (SOPHOMORE): Named TranSouth Scholar-Athlete … Played in 27 contests with 22 starts, averaging 9.4 points and 3.4 rebounds per game … Recorded team-best 46 steals and ranked third on the club with 31 assists … Led squad with 38 3-pointers, making 33 percent from behind the arc, and averaged team-high 31.5 minutes per contest … Hit three of more 3-pointers in a game six times during the year, including five each versus Fisk Univ., Tennessee Wesleyan and Mid-Continent … Grabbed six or more rebounds in six contests … Hit a trio of trifectas and scored 18 points versus Bryan College and followed that with 16 points at Fisk … Posted then career-best 24 points at home against Fisk with five 3-pointers and netted career-high 28 points in next outing, versus Tennessee Wesleyan, with five more trifectas … Nailed three more 3-pointers and tallied 13 points against 13th-ranked Univ. of the Cumberlands … Scored 12 points at home against No. 1 Union Univ. and versus 12th-ranked Trevecca Nazarene … Scored in double figures in final four games of the year, with 10 at King College, 17 and 11 in consecutive outings versus Mid-Continent and 10 at Union Univ.
2008-09 (FRESHMAN): Scored 221 points and pulled down 90 rebounds, playing in 31 games … Recorded 15 points on 7-of-10 shooting and was one rebound shy of double-double versus Fisk Univ. (11/25) … Posted season-high 71.4 field goal percentage and tallied 10 points against University of the Cumberlands … Had back-to-back double-digit scoring efforts on two occasions – 12 points against Covenant College (12/12) and 14 points versus Shorter College (12/13); and 14 points versus Mid-Continent (1/10) and 19 points against Lyon College (1/12) – and three straight with 13, 11 and 12 points in Bethel College (2/26), Trevecca (2/28) and Freed-Hardeman (3/4) games, respectively … Tallied 10 points against Blue Mountain College (1/29) and Martin Methodist (2/16).
HIGH SCHOOL: Played basketball, soccer and handball at International School in Asuncion, Paraguay … Named Best Athlete in class four straight years … Graduated in top 10 of class … Served as secretary for athletic department’s student council.
PERSONAL: Tamara Isabel Insfran Gonzalez … Daughter of Alberto Insfran and Judith Gonzalez … Born July 26, 1989 … Majoring in Business.