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#1 Lauren Kohn

#1 Lauren Kohn

Senior // 5-11 // Guard

All- American Candidate 

At Ohio

Game-by-Game State   :: Career Stats 

  • All-MAC First Team
  • First Ohio women's basketball since 1986 to receive CoSIDA Academic All-America honors (Second player ever)
  • 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Women's Basketball Second Team
  • Named to the ESPN The Magazine District 4 Academic First Team
  • Seven 20+ point games
  • 20 double-digit scoring games
  • Four consecutive games with 20 or more points scored
  • Two double-doubles (vs. Hampton and Kent State)
  • Shot 70% from the floor (7-of-10) at Western Michigan
  • Has been perfect at the charity stripe in 10 games this season and is ranked top 20 in the country in free throw percentage
  • Named to the Preseason All-MAC Team


  • Academic All-MAC selection
  • All-MAC Second Team
  • ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 4 Third Team
  • Scored in double figures in 29 of the season's 30 games
  • Averaged 16.1 points and 4.3 rebounds a game
  • Led the MAC with a 91.8 free throw percentage

At Syracuse


  • Named to the BIG EAST All-Freshman Team
  • Became the first Orangewoman to be named BIGEAST Freshman of the Week in consecutive weeks since Angel Lewis in 1991-92. Won the award for the second time on January 18 after averaging 11.5 points and 3.5 rebounds in wins versus Rutgers and Providence.
  • Ranked 12th all-time among Syracuse freshmen in scoring with 219 points
  • Finished tied for 13th on the Syracuse freshman rebounding ledger with 88
  • Led the team with 52 three-pointers, only the second SU freshman to make at least 50 three-pointers in a season (Jaime James)
  • Ranked 10th on the Syracuse career three-pointers list and eighth on the school's single-season list (51)
  • Named to the SU Athletic Director's Honor Roll in both semesters
  • BIG EAST Academic All-Star


  • Set the SU single-season three-point percentage list (min. 15 made) at 41.3
  • Finished the season sixth all-time at SU with 97 three-pointers and first on SU's career three-point percentage list at 37.2 percent (min. 20 made)