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En'Dya Buford Season 2024-25


AT JONES COLLEGE (2022-23): Earned First Team All-Conference, First Team All-Region 23, NJCAA All-American Third Team, and World Exposure Report All-American Honorable Mention honors … She helped the team capture its seventh-straight Region 23 title and reached the NJCAA Division I Quarterfinals … The second-leading scorer for the Bobcats, scoring 473 points (17.5 ppg) in 27 games with 26 starts … Shot 47.7 percent from the field, including 34.7 percent from long range, and 78.0 percent at the line … Added 140 rebounds (5.2 rpg), 99 assists, 60 steals and five blocks to her season totals … Finished her sophomore season with 23 double-digit scoring performances, including a stretch of 13 games … Her best outing was a 33-point effort in a 93-88 win over Pearl River on Feb. 9.

AT MEMPHIS (2021-22): Appeared in 11 games ... Scored a season-high four points against Florida A&M on Nov. 20 ... Had nine assists and six steals.

AT MEMPHIS (2020-21): Played in seven games ... Dished out three assists at East Carolina on Feb. 27 ... Scored a season-high nine points against Temple on March 2.

PREP: Attended Olive Branch High School, where she scored over 2,000 career points and capped off her high school career with a 40-point performance in Olive Branch’s third state championship … 2020 Mississippi State Player of the Year and the 2019 Mississippi Gatorade Player of the Year … Two-time MVP State Tournament player … Won 3 State Championships … Miss Basketball State of Mississippi, The Clarion-Ledger Player of the Year, a member of the Dandy Dozen, and Commercial Appeal Player of the Year … Rated a four-star recruit by All-Star Girls Report.

PERSONAL: Full name is En’Dya Kaniya Buford … Born on Dec. 1, 2001 … Daughter of Sarah Buford-Whiting and Phillip Whiting … Has two brothers, Jamari and Antonio … Majoring in sports management … Chose ODU because it felt like a home away from home with coaches that really care about you on and off the court.