- Played in 13 games as a backup point guard.
- Averaged 0.7 ppg in 6.0 minutes per game.
- Came on late in the season playing in eight of final 12 games.
- Career-high seven points, three rebounds and two steals against San José State.
BEFORE AIR FORCE:
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years in basketball and also lettered in volleyball…three-time second-team all-state and First-Team All-TCIS…TCIS MVP in 2014-15…four-time team MVP…scored over 1000 points and averaged 29.6 ppg during her sophomore season…team MVP and Second-Team All-TCIS in volleyball as a senior…high school basketball coach was Nicole Jackson…played club ball for BWSL Richmond, coached by Max Coats and Mike Davis…club teammates with fellow AF WBB teammate Emily Conroe…won the ESPN nationals in 2012-13 and finished second at the EYBL Nationals in 2014-15…National Honor Society member.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Kenny and Tasha Beale…has two siblings…grandfather, Calvin Martin, Sr., played football at Maryland Eastern Shore and father played football at Virginia State University…intends to major in biology…future career plan is to become an orthodontist…Why I decided to come to the Academy: “I decided to come to the Academy because it allows me to challenge myself. Also the Academy gives me so many benefits that no other school could compare to. The Air Force Academy betters my future.” …hobbies are hanging out with friends, listening to music and going to the beach…began playing basketball at age 11…credits her parents as having the biggest influence on her sports career…dream vacation spot is Barbados…guilty pleasure is chocolate ice cream…favorite role model is Skylar Diggins…something most people don’t know about her is that she’s very shy until she gets to know you…most notable thing about her hometown is the oceanfront at the beach…enjoys listening to Drake, Chris Brown, J Cole, Beyonce, etc. …favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy…favorite movie is the Lion King…favorite class subject is math…favorite player is Stephen Curry and favorite team is the Golden State Warriors.