33 Kaitlyn Dinkins
33 - Kaitlyn Dinkins
Height: 5-8
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Pace Academy
Position: Guard

Career Stats

Career Highs
Points: 3 vs. Columbia (3/2/12)
FG made: 1 vs. Columbia (3/2/12)
FG attempts:
2, 3 times
3FG made: 1 vs. Columbia (3/2/12)
3FG attempts: 2, twice
Rebounds: 2 at Umass (1/3/12)

2011-12 (Freshman)
Made her first career appearance at UMass (Jan. 3), grabbing two rebounds in five minutes of action ... Scored three points and grabbed one rebound against Cornell (March 2).

Before Harvard
Basketball captain as a junior and senior … Led high school  team to a record of 26-6 her senior year, the best record in school history  and to a runner up finish at the Georgia state championship also another school first … Member of the 1,000 point club, scoring over 1,200 points  … Holds Pace Academy school records and ranks in the all-time top 10 in Georgia for most three pointers in a game (9), season (82), and career (192) … Named to the 2010 and 2011 all-city and South Fulton second-team by the Atlanta Journal Constitution … Named to the GHSA first-team, all-region 5A as a junior and a senior … Wendy’s High School Heisman Georgia state finalist as a senior … Won the Raymond Buckley Senior Athlete award … Recipient of the Jim and Leslie Wheeler Scholar Athlete award in 2009 … Region 6AA all-tournament team honorable mention in ’sophomore … AP Scholar with honors … Member of the National Honor Society and the Cum Laude Society … Awarded the Pace Academy Headmasters award as a senior… Recipient of the Ralph Lee Newton Verbal Arts Achievement award … National Merit Scholarship semifinalist … Recipient of Foreign Language Department award for French … State of Georgia Certificate of Merit winner as a junior … Won the Smith College Literary award during junior year… Given the Pace Academy Faculty award as a sophomore, the highest academic award given to one female and one male student … Inducted into Sanford and Barbara Orkin Scholarship Society … Creator and founder of the Hope for Hoops Scholarship award.