Reshanda Gray is a 1.90m American post player
born in 1993, that has an excellent NCAA career with California, averaging 17.3
points and 7.1 rebounds per game in her senior year (2014-15), in the WNBA with
Minnesota Lynx and Atlanta Dream and also has experience in Europe in the
Italian First Division League, where last year she averaged 18.2 points and
12.3 rebounds with Techmania Battipaglia.
Reshana Gray’s basketball career began in Washington
Prep. High School in Los Angeles, where she had a great development. Due to that,
she was selected in the U18 United States National Team and played the Americas
Championships in the summer of 2010. In that Championship, Reshana won the Gold
Medal and contributed with 10.4 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game
for her national side.
Reshana Gray’s NCAA career with California
started in the 2011-12 season, where as a Freshman she had amazing stats with
10.5 points and 6 rebounds per game, including a solid 53.3% from the field.
That year, Reshanda was awarded as the best Rookie of her conference.
In the following season, Reshanda continued
with her strong progression and averaged 8.3 points and 5.3 rebounds per game.
Furthermore, Reshanda lead her California until the NCAA semifinals.
In the summer of 2013, Reshana won the Gold
Medal in the World University Games in Kazan (Russia).
In the 2013-14 season, Reshanda in her junior
year exploded and improved her stats until amazing 17 points and 8.9 rebounds
per game, including an excellent 60.1% from the field. In that year, Reshanda
led her team until the Pac-12 Final.
The 2014-15 year Reshana consolidated her
career and averaged 17.3 points and 7.1 rebounds per game. Furthermore, she led
her California until their conference Final and she was awarded as the best
player of the year of the Pac-12.
Due to her success in California, in the summer
of 2015 Reshana was drafted by Minnesota Lynx and had her debut in the WNBA. At
the half of that summer, Reshana was transferred to Atlanta Dream, where she
had more presence in the squad and averaged 5.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per
Last season, Reshana had her first overseas experience
signing with Techmania Battipaglia, team who plays the Italian top division and
again had amazing stats with 18.2 points, 12.3 rebounds and 1.4 steals per
game. The American Power Forward stood out in the Italian Serie A, as the
second best rebounder in the competition.
Currently, Reshana is playing the WNBA with
2011-12: California (NCAA-D1): 10.5ppg, 6.0rpg,
FGP: 53.3%, 3PT: 100%
2012-13: California (NCAA-D1): 8.3ppg, 5.2rpg,
2013-14: California (NCAA-D1): 17ppg, 8.9rpg,
FGP: 60.1%, FT: 74.4%
2014-15: California (NCAA-D1):17.3ppg, 7.1rpg,
FGP: 56.8%, 3PT: 50%
2015: drafted by Minnesota Lynx (WNBA, 2rd(16))
2015: Minnesota Lynx (WNBA): 0.7ppg, 1.1rpg,
played also at Atlanta Dream (WNBA): 5.9ppg, 2.8rpg, FGP: 49.3%, FT: 73.3%
2015-16: Techmania Battipaglia (Italy-D1):
18.2ppg, Reb-2(12.3rpg), 1.4spg, FGP: 53.5%
2016: Atlanta Dream (WNBA)
USA U18 National Team -10
FIBA Americas U18 Championships in Colorado
Springs (USA) -10 (Gold): 10.4ppg, 3.4rpg, 1.2apg, FGP: 52.6%, 3PT: 42.1%, FT:
Latinbasket.com All-FIBA Americas U18
Championships 2nd Team -10
Pac-12 All-Freshman Team -12
Pac-12 Regular Season Runner-Up -12, 13
Pac-12 Tournament Finalist -12, 15
Pac-12 Tournament Semifinals -13
NCAA Final Four -13
USA University National Team -13
World University Games in Kazan (Russia) -13
All-Pac12 1st Team -14
Pac-12 Regular Season Co-Runner-Up -14
All-Pac-12 Player of the Year -15
All-Pac-12 1st Team -15
ESPNW All-NCAA Division I 3rd Team -15
WBCA Division I All-Region 8 Team -15
Eurobasket.com All-Italian A1 Honorable Mention