#3 Kiley Evans - Career Stats
2012-13: Appeared in and started all 33 games… Bounced back after a subpar junior year to finish the season averaging 28.5 minutes, 10.9 points4.0 rebounds, 1.2 assists, 1.1 steals and 0.6 blocks per game… Led the team shooting 34.1% from the three-point range… Posted her only double-double of the season against Saint Peter’s on Nov. 20 when she posted 17 points and 10 rebounds in the home-opener… Had a career game in the Pioneers’ 73-63 win over Lehigh on Dec. 20 where she put up career-highs with 29 points and five three-point field goals. She shot 55.6% (10-18) in her first of four 20-plus point performances of the season… On Jan. 28 at home against Bryant, she reached the 1,000 career point milestone putting up 26 points against the Bulldogs in the 62-44 win shooting a season- best 78% (11-14) from the field… The next day, she was awarded her second career Choice Hotels/NEC Player of the Week award for the milestone performance… Finished the season 15th in the league in scoring, 10th with a .336 three-point shooting percentage and 15th with 1.34 three-point field goals made per game…
2011-12: Averaged 4.5 ppg and 2.0 rpg... Recorded an 88.9 shooting percentage... Started 12 games and played in 29 games...
2010-11: Recorded her second career double-double with game highs of 17 points and 11 rebounds in the Pioneers opening night win over Saint Peters...Picked up her first Choice Hotels/Northeast Conference player of the week award on November 15...Set a career high with nine free throw attempts in the Pioneer win over Auburn...Hit a pair of game winning free throws with four seconds remaining in regulation to secure a 70-69 victory on the road against Yale, finished the game a perfect six-for-six from the charity stripe...One of five Pioneers to score 11 points in a 70-52 victory over Wagner....Recorded a season high six assists as the Pioneers routed the Knights 65-39 on the road...Posted 11 second half points on the road against Wagner...Tied a season high with 17 points in Sacred Heart’s 55-46 road victory over Mount St. Mary’s...Put up her third double-double of her sophomore season with 11 points and ten rebounds at home against Robert Morris...Scored double-digits in seven-of-nine games spanning January 17 to February 14...Tallied 20 points for the first time on the year in a 66-54 win over Quinnipiac during NEC rivalry week.
2009-10: Northeast Conference All-Rookie team selection...Six points in 28 minutes of action off the bench in her collegiate debut at Columbia...Made her first career start agaisnt Villanova...Scored a season-high 24 points with seven assists, five rebounds and three steals in a win over Harvard...First career double double with 10 points and 11 rebounds at Stony Brook...Held scoreless for the first time as a Pioneer with six turnovers at Saint Peter’s...Tied her season-high with 24 points in 39 minutes at Binghamton...Played a season-high 40 minutes with 16 points against Yale...Tied her season-high with six-of-six at the free throw line on the way to 17 points against Bryant...Third 20-point game of the season, hitting seven-of-12 from the field for 20 points with seven assists at Wagner...Hit eight-of-14 on the way to a game-high 18 points in win over Quinnipiac...Tied her season-high playing 40 minutes against Long Island.
Prior to SHU: Graduated from Cazenovia High School...Earned a varsity letter in basketball, cross country, lacrosse and golf...A team captain for Head Coach Steve Miles...Helped lead her team to the 2007-08 and 2008-09 Section III Class B1 and Class B Liberty Championships...Named the 2008-09 Central New York and OHSL Liberty League Player of the Year...Named All-OHSL Liberty League as a senior...Named her team's MVP and earned the Tournament MVP award at the Fabius Pompey and Zebra Classic events...Earned second team All-Central New York and third team All-New York State player as a junior...An All-OHSL League player as a sophomore and freshman...Also an all-league cross country runner....Recipient of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Officers Association Distinguished Athlete Award and the Steve Suhey Senior Athlete Award...A member of the National Honor Society and the recipient of the Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award and named in Who's Who Among High School Students
Personal: Kiley Jordan Evans Born: 1/20/91. Parent's: Mark and Terri Evans. Sibling: Caitlin Evans. Major: Undecided. Favorite Teams: Syracuse Orangemen and New York Giants. Favorite Professional Athletes: Dywane Wade and Kobe Bryant. Favorite Book: The Great Gatsby and To Kill a Mockingbird... Favorite Movies: Remember the Titans and Wild America. Favorite TV Shows: The Bachelor and One Tree Hill. Favorite Musical Artists: Train, Matchbox Twenty, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty and Dave Matthews. Favorite Food: Apple Pie and Trail Mix. Hobbies: Hiking, Skiing, Listening to Music, Running, Swimming and Writing. If she could have dinner with anyone, living or deceased, it would be Walt Disney because of his creativity and imagination.