• What kind of teammate are you?
I’m a contributor and a communicator. I complete tasks and push to achieve high standards. I am dependable and authoritative. I communicate game and practice processes with my teammates.
• Is there a significance to your jersey number?
I have always played in No. 22. Every competitive team and school ball team I have always worn No. 22. That was the number my mom played basketball in throughout her high school career. A year ago I changed my jersey number to No. 33. My cousin (more like brother), Reuben, suffered a traumatic brain injury while playing in a high school football game last season and he wore jersey No. 33. I play in jersey No. 33 for Reuben. His number on my back is a reminder that ‘Reub’ has my back, and I have his.
• What are some of your goals at Arkansas?
o Improving my ball handling skills
— I will spend at least three hours per week of my on time working on ball handling
o Improving my overall shooting percentages from all areas on the floor.
— I will dedicate three hours a week, or more, and shooting different shots from all areas on the floor.
— I want my field percentages to be in the mid-40 percent range and my free throw percentage to be close to 90 percent.
o Continued strength and conditioning
— I will dedicate three hours, or more, a week to strength and conditioning training in my personal time.
o Making my team better.
— I will push myself every practice and set a high standard of performance.
— I will do my best to exceed the coaches’ expectations.
o I will do everything it takes to increase the team’s overall win percentage every season.
o My biggest goal is to put Arkansas women’s basketball back on the map and receive an automatic bid in the NCAA Tournament. I want the state of Arkansas to DANCE with us!
• What are 1-2 things you would tell your younger self?
Don’t let one missed shot completely impact your next shot. I would have said to myself “worry about the next one more often”.
• What would you name the autobiography of your life and why?
I would name the autobiography of my life “ Let it go: Like Water off a Duck’s Back”. Because, happenings in life that have no real effects should roll off your back.
• What was the last experience that made you a stronger person?
The last experience that made me stronger was transferring to Arkansas.
Parents Names: Chi Dungee
Birthday: May 11
What is your favorite food? | Seafood
What’s the #1 most played song on your phone? | “I’m the One” by D.J. Khaled
What is one of your favorite quotes? | “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13
What is your favorite book? | “Rich Dad Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki
What is your favorite movie? | Pursuit of Happyness
What is your favorite class/subject to study? | Biological Science and Nutrition