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#22 C'eira Ricketts
Position: Guard
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
City/State: Louisville, Ky.
High School: Fairdale HS
Experience: High School
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Ceira Ricketts
Courtesy: Jeri Thorpe, Athletic Media Relations
Release: 03/11/2010
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AS A SENIOR (2011-12)
C'eira Ricketts' goal when she signed with Arkansas as a freshman was to lead the Razorbacks to the NCAA Tournament and the Louisville, Ky., native made good on that promise helping Arkansas earn an at-large bid in 2011-12. Ricketts paced the Razorbacks to a 24-9 overall and 10-6 SEC season with several firsts and bests. Ricketts and the Razorbacks won a program-best eight consecutive SEC games, 10 total SEC games, finished a program-best tied for fourth in the SEC, won an SEC Tournament game for the first time in six seasons, returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2003 and defeated Tennessee in Knoxville for the first time getting just the second-ever program win over the Lady Vols. Ricketts finished her career ranked seventh in points (1,537), 10th in rebounding (664), third in assists (516),sixth in field goals made (606), third in field goal attempts (1,498) and first in career steals (320).

In SEC-only games, Ricketts finished her senior season ranked 11th in scoring with 11.9 points per game, third in assists with 4.6 assists per game, second in steals with 2.4 steals per game, second in assist/turnover ratio with a 1.7 ratio and seventh in minutes played with 33.6 minutes per game.

In all games, Ricketts ranked 16th in scoring with 11.3 ppg, fourth in assists with 4.3 apg, tied for second in steals with 2.7 spg, second in assist/turnover ratio with a 1.9 ratio and 10th in minutes played with 31.1 minutes per game.

Ricketts helped the Razorbacks to rank eighth in the nation in scoring defense while ranking 25th in the county in assist/turnover ratio, 51st in steals per game and 71st in assists per game.

AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)
C’eria Ricketts can’t hide on the basketball court.  Opponents key on this versatile player and yet, Ricketts delivers earning All-SEC Second-Team honors in both the coaches and media poll as a junior.  Ricketts had 22 games in double-figures, two double-digit rebounding games, became the 25th player in program history to reach 1,000 career points and ranks among the Razorback career leaders in several statistical categories.  Ricketts score 20 or more points in nine games including a career-best 29 points at Vanderbilt leading a late charge on the road.  Ricketts turned up the heat against ranked opponents as well.  She led the team averaging 13.9 ppg and 4.7 rpg in all contests but bettered that to 14.8 ppg and 5.1 rpg against teams in the polls.  In addition, Ricketts averaged 15.0 ppg and 4.3 rpg in the postseason.  She enters 2011-12 ranked 19th in the career records list for points with 1,120, 23rd with 505 career rebounds, seventh with 335 career assists and third with 227 career steals.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2009-10)
The reigning Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year and preseason all-conference selection, Ricketts was asked to lead a young team with a new philosophy – get the ball inside.  She stepped to the challenge and finished in the top three at Arkansas with 9.7 ppg and 5.0 rpg while starting all 30 contests.  Ricketts opened the season with a career-best four blocks in a win over Alcorn State and tied her career-best with eight field goals in three games as a sophomore.  She went a season-best 5-for-6 from the line at #18 Oklahoma, grabbed a season-best nine boards twice and had seven assists in four different games.

Ricketts dropped in a season-high 18 points against Sam Houston State for one of her 15 games in double-digits.  She lead the team with 4.0 apg.

AS A FRESHMAN (2008-09)
Ricketts became a marquee player for Arkansas last year.  The SEC Co-Freshman of the Year and the Associated Press SEC Newcomer of the Year, Ricketts added selection to the Full Court Press Freshman All-America Team.  Ricketts led Arkansas in scoring, assists and steals as the Razorbacks went 18-14 and returned to the postseason for the first time since 2005.  Averaging 12.6 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 3.9 apg and 2.6 spg, Ricketts became the first player in Razorback women’s basketball history to record a triple double.  The 5-8 Louisville, Ky., product scored 14 points with 13 rebounds and 12 assists against SEC Champion Auburn in January. A five-time pick as the SEC Freshman of the Week, Ricketts was named second team All-SEC by the league coaches and honorable mention All-SEC by the AP writers.  Ricketts was the top scoring freshman in the SEC for most of the season, and led the league in steals.  Along with her triple, the freshman had four more double-double games with over 10 points scoring and 10 rebounds.  From her point guard position, Ricketts was Arkansas’ second leading rebounder.  Ricketts expanded her experience over the summer winning a gold medal with the U19 USA Women’s Basketball team in Bangkok, Thailand.

AT FAIRDALE
A six-year starter for the Louisville, Ky., area high school, Ricketts led Fairdale High to back-to-back district championships and a 2007 regional runner-up finish.  She averaged 20 ppg her senior year, picking up her fourth career quadruple double along the way.  For her career, Ricketts scored 3,113 points to rank 11th all-time in Kentucky girls’ basketball history. She added 1,124 rebounds and 614 assists. Ricketts almost had a triple-K with 914 steals, which ranks second all-time among Blue Grass state prep girls. Against Pleasure Ridge Park as the 5-9 point guard had a quadruple double with 21 points, 17 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in the Sixth Region Tournament. She was within three blocked shots of an almost unheard of quintuple. Ricketts had a near miss at a second quad that season, turning in 29 points, 13 steals, 12 boards and eight assists against Southern, but had four in her six-year varsity career.  The Fairdale point guard picked up several triple double games including 19 points, 18 rebounds and 10 steals with Bullitt Central. Among her top scoring games was a 35 point effort a 75-56 win by the Lady Bulldogs over Bullitt East.  As a junior, Ricketts averaged 18.9 ppg to move into top 30 in points scored for all high school players in Kentucky.  Ricketts broke onto the Louisville area scene as a 15 ppg seventh grader for Fairdale, averaging 20 ppg as an eighth grader.  For Coach Larry Brunner, Ricketts averaged 21.5 ppg and 8.1 rpg her sophomore year to pace the Bulldogs to a 20-10 mark.  She was also voted the homecoming queen for FHS as a senior.  Ricketts closed her career with a pair of all-star appearances.  Ricketts scored 23 points to lead her home state team in the Ohio-Kentucky All-Star game in early April. She is also one of 12 players selected to represent the state of Kentucky at the annual two-game series against the Indiana All-Stars this June. Ricketts was picked as one of the 10 all-state players by the Kentucky Associated Press.

PERSONAL
Born C’eira Nicole Ricketts on Feb. 22, 1990, she is the daughter of June Kittrell of Louisville, Ky.  She has three siblings, Wayne, E’myah and Tevin.  She has the distinction of being the first Kentucky prepster to play women’s basketball at Arkansas.

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