AS A FRESHMAN (2012-13)
Melissa Wolff was impactful off the bench as a true freshman for the Razorbacks in 2012-13. Wolff played in 32 of Arkansas' 33 games averaging 15. 1 minutes per contest. Wolff scored a career-best 15 points going 5-for-6 from the floor leading Arkansas to a road win at Furman. She scored in double figures twice recording 11 at Hawai'i in touranment play. Wolff was a solid rebounder as well averaging 3.1 rpg with 99 boards as a freshman. She grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds in a road game at Auburn and had nine at Florida.
AT CABOT HS
Wolff is a 6-0 guard/forward from Cabot, Ark., where she paced her high school team to a fourth-place conference finish as a sophomore and a second place finish as a junior. She led Cabot to the state tournament championship as a senior.
Wolff was a member of the high school honor roll and also played softball at Cabot.
Wolff was a two-time all-conference, all-state tournament team and tournament MVP. Her career-bests include 32 points scored, 15 rounds and 10 steals. As a junior Wolff averaged 17 ppg, 6.4 rpg and 4.1 steals per game for the Panthers. Wolff earned MVP honors at the senior All-Star game, was 2012 Ms. Basketball and a 103.7 The Buzz player of the year as a senior.
In addition to basketball, Wolff is a member of the National Honor Society and played softball for a season.
Melissa Lea Wolff was born Sept. 20, 1994, and is the daughter of Kenny and Jennifer Wolff. She has an older brother Matthew.