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»Arkansas Academic Honor Roll (3.0-3.49 GPA) (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016)
»SEC Community Service Team Selection (2017)
»Graduates with a degree in communication in May 2017
»SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll (2016)
»SEC Academic Honor Roll (2016-17)
»Graduated in May 2017 with degree in journalism
»Currently pursuing her master’s degree in sport administration
AS A SENIOR/GRADUATE STUDENT (2017-18)
Played/started 29 games averaging a career-best 14.1 points per game and 5.6 rebounds per game … Thirty-one points with six 3-pointers in exhibition game … Twenty-one games in double figures including 10 in a row to start the season … Scored 20 or more points in seven games … Posted a career-best 29 points against No. 11 Tennessee (Feb. 8) going 10-for-14 from the floor including tying her career-best with six (6-for-9) 3-point field goals … Had seven career double-doubles all in her final season (SHSU [Nov. 10] 17/10; at ORU [Nov. 20] 21/10; at New Mexico State [Nov. 25] 17/11; Chalotte [Dec. 7] 25/11; Tulsa [Dec. 10] 11/11; Ole Miss [Dec. 31] 18/11; Alabama [Jan. 7] 24/13) … Forty-five consecutive games played (snapped versus Florida, 1-18-18) … Nineteen consecutive games with a made 3-pointer. (snapped versus Alabama) … At least one steal in 20-of-29 games … Perfect from the free throw line four times (Samford [5-5]; ORU [2-2] Alabama [12-12]; Kentucky [2-2]) … Finished her career ranked 32nd in program history for career points with 866 and 11th for career 3-point field goals made with 113 and attempted with 408.
AS A JUNIOR (2016-17)
Missed first game with a family emergency … Scored career-best 18 points in road game at Missouri State … Three of four games before the holiday break with double figures … Fourth double figure scoring game with 15 points against LSU (1-8-17) … Eight games with double digit points this season … Tied her career-best with four steals against Vanderbilt …. Eight season games and 22 career games in double-figure scoring … Scored 15 or more points twice as a junior and six times for her career … Graduates with a degree in communication in May 2017.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2015-16)
Played in all 30 games starting 25 as a first-year player for the Razorbacks … Averaged 26.4 minutes per game, 9.0 points per game and 3.3 rebounds per game as a sophomore … Fifteen games with double-figure scoring … Career-best 20 points in an 8-for-19 performance in the second round of the SEC Tournament against Tennessee … Had a stretch of five games in a row with double digit point totals … Played 30+ minutes in 15 games.
AT COFFEYVILLE CC
Coffeyville, Kan., native…Was the only freshman selected to the Junior College First-Team All-America team in spring 2015…5-10 guard will have three seasons of eligibility remaining….As a freshman at Coffeyville Community College, Cosper averaged 20.0 points per game, shot 52.4 percent from the floor and averaged 4.8 rebounds per game for the Red Ravens…Led the Jayhawk Conference in scoring in her first season and was fifth in field goal percentage…Helped the Red Ravens to a 26-10 overall record and a trip to the NJCAA National Tournament. She scored 30 points in the first round win over Northeastern (Colo.), in early March…Just the third Raven in program history to earn first-team All-America honors…Also earned Jayhawk East Most Valuable Player, Freshman of the Year and Jayhawk Conference First-Team honors.
Daughter of Leslie and Eddie Cosper … Her family includes her late sister, Sierra, and nephews Tariq and Tajahn … Father Eddie was a college basketball player at Southwest College in Winfield, Kansas … He helped his team to the 1979 conference title … Cosper graduated in May 2017 with a degree in communication … She is currently pursuing her master’s degree at Arkansas.