Born March 6th, 1995... Majoring in Business Management... Aspires to one day become an entrepreneur...Favorite verse is Phillipians 4:13... Favorite team is the UCONN Huskies... Favorite athlete is Kevin Durant... Daughter of Vince and Alisa Holmes...Has two siblings: Vincent and Brea.
Played in all 26 games, making 25 starts at a forward position…elevated herself to become a force in the paint midway through the year…averaged nearly 17 points per game during the final 14 games of the season…ended the year scoring in double digits in 12 of the final 14 games…collected all six of her 20+ point games during that span…had four of her five double-doubles during that time as well…scored a season-high 25 points in the finale against Rollins (Feb. 27) to go along with 13 rebounds…made 9-of-17 from the floor and 7-of-11 at the line in that game…pulled down a season-high 14 boards against Pfeiffer (Dec. 14) to go along with 15 points…averaged nearly 32 minutes per game…led the team by shooting 49.2% from the floor…took 132 free throws which also led the team, making 88 (66.7%)…averaged 12.9 points and 7.9 rebounds per game for the season…third on the team in points per game and second in rebounds per game.
Ayanna was used in a reserve role as well as a starting role on the season, playing in all 26 games and starting eight of them...Averaged 7.4 points per game and 6.3 rebounds per game...Compiled two double-doubles on the season, scoring 20 points and grabbing 16 boards against Florida Tech in the third game of the sesason, and scoring 17 points, totaling 10 rebounds against Shaw on December 19th...Finished five games with double digit rebounds on the season while finishing eight games with 10 or more points...Also reliable at the free throw line, finishing the season over 70%.
Primarily used in a reserve role during her rookie campaign, seeing action in 23 games and starting two... Started off the season with a bang, scoring nine points and grabbing eight rebounds in just her second game against Ave Maria on November 12th, then one game later pulling in a season-high 11 boards against Rollins College on November 15th... Grabbed five rebounds in eight games on the season.
Graduate of nearby Dwyer High School where she played basketball for coach Jeryl Akins... Was named the Panthers' most offensive player.