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Courtney Clements

My name is Courtney Clements, I am 28 years old. I am professional basketball player an youth coach.

Courtney Clements is one of the highest paid WNBA player whose current market value is $300,000 and it will be increased if she gets more awards/honors and signed new contract with Chicago Sky or any other richest women Basketball team. Till now she made many game mistake like others and paid $750 as a fine penalty. Courtney Clements contract worth amount is $275,000 .

  1. 2008-2009
  2. 2009-2010
  3. 2010-2011
  4. 2011-2012
  5. 2012-2013
  6. 2013
  7. 2014
  8. 2015
  9. 2016-2017

Arizona Freshman

Played in 27 contests

Played in 27 contests, starting 19 times as a true freshman at Arizona … Wildcats’ second-leading scorer, averaging 10.2 points per outing … Was the team’s top three-point threat (32 triples) and free-throw (88.9 percent) shooter and also added 3.5 rebounds a game and 26 steals to garner Pac-10 all-freshman accolades … Scored in double-figures in 11 of her final 13 contests … Scored 20 or more points two times, including 21 vs. Louisiana Tech … Combined for 32 points and 11 rebounds in two games at the Pac-10 championships.


Red Shirt

Utilized her redshirt campaign after transferring from Arizona

Mountain West

Newcomer of the year

Voted the Mountain West Newcomer of the Year and an honorable mention all-conference honoree … Played in all 29 contests, starting 28 times … Led the team in scoring in league-only contests with 12.1 ppg., while ranking second in overall games (11.4 ppg.) … Team-best 42 triples and shot over 80 percent from the free-throw line … Had at least one 3-pointer in 23 games … One of four Aztecs with over 100 rebounds … 17 double-figure scoring outings, while leading SDSU in points in seven times … Team-high 19 points, six rebounds and was 6-for-6 from the line in the opener vs. No. 16/15 UCLA … Contributed 15 points, eight boards and three assists vs. CS Bakersfield … Leading scorer against UC Irvine with 16 points and three assists before fouling out … Hit 50 percent of her field-goal attempts at Nevada, compiling 11 points … Tallied 18 points, had six rebounds and a season-best three steals in the OT win at USD … Was 3-for-5 from beyond the arc and finished with 13 points, four boards and an assist and a steal against Dayton … Notched 10 points and had five rebounds and two steals against UTSA … Posted the first two blocks of her Aztec career vs. TCU … Career-high 29 points on 12-for-19 shooting against Utah, while also registering a career-best four assists in 33 minutes … Her 29 points were the fourth-most by a MWC player in a league contest in 2011 … Team game-high 16 points in the win at UNLV … Also recorded 16 points with a season-best four triples and three steals at Wyoming … Scored 10 or more points in six of first seven MWC games … Reserve for first time in loss to CSU … Returned to starting five at TCU, scoring 16 points and recording seven rebounds … Game-high 22 points, including 18 in the first half, on 10-for-16 shooting and tallied four assists and five boards vs. UNLV … Scored 12 points with six of those coming from beyond the arc in the win over Air Force … Starter in the team’s MWC tournament game with New Mexico, contributing Five points and three assists


All American player

First SDSU player named an All-American by both the Associated Press (HM) and WBCA (HM) … Was a WBCA all-Region pick … First Aztec named Mountain West Conference Player of the Year … Third SDSU player to garner league player-of-the-year honors in program history (four total awards) … First-team all-Mountain West … Mountain West championship all-tournament squad … Most Valuable Player of the 2011 Jack In The Box Rainbow Wahine Classic … All-tournament selection at the Rainbow Wahine Classic and the San Diego Surf `N Slam … Three-time Mountain West Conference Player of the Week (Nov. 21, Jan. 30 and Feb. 27) … Played and started every game … Was the Mountain West Conference scoring leader in both overall (17.4 ppg.) and league-only (17.9 ppg.) games … Was 48th nationally in points per game … Scored 20 or more points 13 times, which was four more than any other Mountain West player … Recorded 17 or more points 21 times, scored in double-figures in 28 of 32 games and was not held to less than 10 points in back-to-back outings in 2011-12 … Shot at least 50 percent from the field 14 times … Ended No. 1 in the Mountain West in free-throw percentage in league contests, converting 40 of her 42 attempts, including 30 in a row … First Aztec to ever lead the league in free-throw shooting and second to end up No. 1 in scoring in MWC contests … Her 63 triples tied for fourth in SDSU history … Led SDSU in scoring 23 times, in rebounding nine times and in steals on three occasions … Opened the season by scoring more than 20 points in three of the first four games … Had a season-best 25 points in the team’s upset of No. 18 DePaul … Scored 19 or more points in six-straight games to help the Aztecs go undefeated in the first round of league play … First career double-double at Air Force (21 points, 10 rebounds) … Notched 25 points at Wyoming, helping the team to clinch a share of the MW title and give the squad its first win in Laramie since 1997… Second career double-double with a career-best 11 rebounds to go with 18 points in the MW tourney opener vs. Air Force … Came back with 22 points in the semfinal win over Wyoming and had a team-high 16 points and six boards in the finale vs. New Mexico … Averaged 18.7 points and 7.7 rebounds and shot 49 percent from the field in the three games at the MW tourney … Had a team game-high 17 points, including 14 in the first half, in the NCAA first round game at LSU … Also contributed three triples, five rebounds and two steals, while not Committing any turnovers vs. the Lady Tigers


Honorable mention

Earned honorable mention All-America distinction from the WBCA for the second year in a row after helping the Aztecs to a program-best 27 victories and their second consecutive Mountain West Conference championship … Led the team in scoring and three-point field goals made … Finished second in the Mountain West with an average of 17.9 points per game overall and ranked among the top 10 in three-pointers made (2nd – 2.3/gm), three-point field goal percentage (5th – (.379)) and steals (9th – 1.6/gm)… Also wound up second in MW league play with an 87.2 free throw percentage … Logged 32 double-digit scoring performances in 34 games and totaled 20 or more points on 14 occasions, including a career-high 31 points vs. UC Santa Barbara in the first round of the WNIT … Collected first-team all-Mountain West first-team honors and was named to the MW all-tournament team … Played a vital role in SDSU’s 17-game winning streak this past season, which marked the second-longest unbeaten stretch in school history … Moved into fifth place on SDSU’s all-time charts with 1,495 points and 569 field goals in an Aztec uniform … Also finished with 182 three-point field goals on The Mesa, which ranks third in program history … Captured three Mountain West Conference Player of the Week awards during the year and was a San Diego Hall of Champions “Star of the Year” honoree for 2012 … Was also tabbed as the preseason MW Player of the Year in the poll of conference coaches


Postseason & Camp roster

Played in four postseason games for Atlanta, averaging 0.3 points and 0.5 rebounds in 2.3 minutes per game. Signed a training camp roster with the Atlanta Dream on May 1, 2013… played in 26 games for the Dream, averaging 2.2 points and 0.9 rebounds in 9.4 minutes per game.


Acquired by the Sky

Acquired by the Sky in a preseason trade on May 7, 2014… appeared in 33 of the Sky’s 34 games, averaging 2.7 points and 1.7 rebounds in 11.4 minutes…earned her professional start against the San Antonio Stars, scoring a career-high 17 points on 8-for-11 shooting in 38 minutes

LA Sparks

Free Agent

Signed free-agent contract with the Los Angeles Sparks


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Regina Courtney Clements was born Nov. 12, 1989, in Santa Ana, Calif. … Daughter of MarJean Clements and Reginald Fields … Is majoring in social science at San Diego State.

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