Heather Jankowy   |   #1   |   G

Height: 5-6

Hometown: Walhalla, S.C.

Previous School: Walhalla H.S.

Eligibility: Jr.

Major: Kinesiology

Basketball (W): Heather Jankowy

Saw action in all 32 games with five starts … Averaged 4.7 points per game while shooting 34.1 percent from the floor … Ranked third on the team and 19th in the SAC with 31 made 3-pointers … Opened the season by scoring in double figures through the first three games of the year and five of Anderson’s first eight games … Tallied a season-high 16 points on 6-for-9 shooting in a 62-48 victory over Lenoir-Rhyne (11/25) … Tallied double-figure points in two postseason contests, headlined by a team-high 12 points in the SAC Tournament final against Newberry (3/8) … Recorded 11 points on 4-of-5 from the field in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in AU’s upset win over No. 3 Columbus State (3/14) … Pulled down a season-high five rebounds in a 92-70 victory over archrival Erskine (12/16) … Handed out five assists in 72-65 setback to nationally-ranked Limestone (11/29).

Saw action in 29 games with 17 starts … Average 8.0 points per game and ranked second on the team with 54 assists … Scored the highest point total of any Trojan for the year, dropping a career-high 23 points in a 75-67 victory at Tusculum (2/5) … Earned her first career start in a 67-59 setback at Catawba (1/4) … Grabbed a season-high six rebounds in a 74-61 win against Queens (1/25) … Shot 32.5 percent (38-for-117) from 3-point range, ranking 13th in the conference … Was a perfect 14-for-14 for the year in free throw shooting in the final two minutes of regulation and overtime, and game within 10 points … Scored in double figures nine times.

High School
Played at Walhalla where she was a four-year letterwinner in basketball as well as softball and a two-year letterwinner in volleyball … Played under head coach Natalie Wilkinson … Named to the all-region team after all four seasons … Selected to the all-state team after her freshman and senior seasons … Named Anderson Independent Player of the Year and Seneca Journal Player of the Year … Was a member of the North-South All-Star Game … Named to the all-Mountain Lakes team … Averaged 19 points and four assists for her senior season … Led her team to a regional championship after her junior season.

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