AS A SENIOR (2012-13)
Erin Gatling took advantage of every moment on the floor during her senior season as a Razorback. After averaging 7.7 minutes as a junior, she stepped up playing 18.6 minutes per game in 2012-13. As a senior, Gatling worked her way into the starting lineup four times. She scored a career-best 23 points at Missouri coming in off the bench and shutting down the Tigers with a career-best six three pointers in 10 attempts. She also had a career-best 36 minutes in that game. Gatling had eight games in double figure scoring including two games with 14 points, first against LSU and again against SIU-Edwardsville. Gatling also set or tied career-bests for free throws made with seven against Pepperdine, defensive rebounds with four at Missouri, blocks with one at Alabama and steals with four at Furman. Gatling was named to the SEC Women's Basketball Community Service team in 2012-13.
AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR (2011-12)
Gatling waited a long time to become a Razorback but she proved it was worth the delay. Gatling played in 17 contests as a redshirt junior averaging 7.7 minutes and 3.2 points per game. She scored a season/Arkansas career-best 11 points in the win over Morgan State and grabbed five rebounds against Oral Roberts. Gatling was solid from the floor shooting 45.9 percent and hit 5-of-10 three-pointers.
AS A JUNIOR (2010-11)
Gatling sat out the 2010-11 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
AT SOUTHERN MISS
In her two seasons at Southern Mississippi, Erin Gatling led the team in free throw percentage her freshman season and was the team’s leader in steals and assists as a sophomore. She paced the Golden Eagles to a conference runner-up finish in the 2008-09 season.
In addition, Gatling was a member of the conference honor roll with a 3.12 grade point average in exercise science.
AT VAN BUREN HS
Gatling averaged 16.0 ppg and 6.5 apg at Van Buren High. She concluded her prep career as the Pointers’ all-time leading scorer with 1,127 points and led the team in assists, steals and free throws made.
She was an all-conference and all-state selection in basketball and also lettered in track and field. She won the 800-meter state champion as a prepster and still ranks among the state’s leaders in the 800.
Born Nov. 13, 1989, Erin Renee Gatling is one of three children to David and Cheryl Gatling of Van Buren, Ark. She has two siblings, Chris and Jacob. Gatling earned her bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and applied exercise science at Arkansas in May and is currently pursuing her graduate degree in exercise science.