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Tolu Omotola

Class: R-Senior
Position: F/C
Height: 6-3

Previous School: TCU

Hometown: Houston, Texas

2011-12 (R-Jr.)
• Ended the year third on the team and 10th in the Big South with 6.6 rebounds per game
• Already ranks 35th on Liberty's career rebounding list, with 414 caroms in two seasons with the Lady Flames
• Team went 9-0 when she scored in double figures, with all nine of those games coming against Big South opponents
• Posted 9.9 ppg during Big South Conference play
• Tied her career high with a game-high 12 rebounds against Lipscomb (Nov. 26), in the consolation game of the Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament
• Scored 13 of her 15 points during the second half of a come-from-behind win at Charleston Southern (Jan. 16)
• Reached double figures in the scoring column in a career-best four games in a row (Feb. 6-18), averaging 13.5 ppg during the span
• Played a career-high 39 minutes during a double overtime triumph over Charleston Southern (Feb. 11), contributing 11 points and nine boards
• Notched a career-high 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds during the regular-season finale against Radford (March 2)
• Her performance against the Highlanders included a career-best 10-of-14 performance from the foul line
• Picked a good time for her first career double-double (11 points, 11 rebounds), in the Big South Championship semifinal game against Charleston Southern (March 10)
• Averaged 8.3 rebounds per game during the Big South Championship

2010-11 (R-So.)
• Started all but one game at power forward during her first season on the court with the Lady Flames
• Ranked second on the team in blocked shots (27) and total rebounds (196) and third in steals (36)
• Stepped up her play during Big South Conference games, averaging 9.9 ppg and 6.4 rpg
• Liberty went 12-2 when she scored in double figures
• Scored in double figures for the first time at Liberty during a Nov. 16 win over Virginia Union, ending the game with 12 markers
• Tied for the team scoring lead during a return trip to her home state against eventual national champion Texas A&M (Nov. 22), contributing 13 points and seven rebounds
• Blocked three shots in consecutive games, at North Carolina Central (Dec. 18) and VCU (Dec. 21)
• She became the first Lady Flame with three rejections in back-to-back contests since Avery Warley on Dec. 28-29, 2008
• Grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds in each of Liberty's regular-season meetings with High Point (Jan. 3 and Feb. 5)
• Just missed her first career double-double in a home win over Gardner-Webb (Feb. 12), tallying 17 points and nine boards
• Two games later, scored a season-high 19 points at Radford (Feb. 19), making all seven of her foul shots
• Played well at the Big South Championship, averaging 10.3 ppg in three games
• Tallied a career-best six steals in the title game against Gardner-Webb (March 13), tying for Liberty's season high
• Trained with the Nigerian National Team during the summer of 2011

2009-10 (So.)
• Did not play while completing a year in residency after transferring from TCU

Previous School
• Made 20 appearances during the 2008-09 season at TCU, helping the Horned Frogs go 20-11 and qualify for the NCAA Tournament
• Averaged 2.1 ppg, 1.9 rpg and 0.6 bpg for the season
• Scored a career-high eight points versus Texas-Arlington (Nov. 20)
• Twice pulled down six rebounds (Nov. 23 vs. Sam Houston State and Jan. 7 vs. Colorado State)
• Hit both of her field goals in TCU's victory over No. 3 Cal (Dec. 7) in the championship game of the Colliers International Classic
• Made her NCAA Tournament debut during TCU's first-round loss to South Dakota State (March 22)

Prep
• Played her senior season at Bellaire High School, after spending her first three high school years at John Foster Dulles High School
• Named to the Nigerian Under-19 National team in May 2007
• Rated the No. 44 power forward nationally as a senior by the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report
• Averaged 8.0 ppg and 6.8 rpg as a senior, helping Bellaire go 36-2 and win the Texas Class 5A Region III title
• Named third team All-Greater Houston Area by the Houston Chronicle after the year
• Nominated for the 2008 McDonald's All-America Team
• Averaged 10.0 ppg, 7.5 rpg and 2.0 bpg as a junior at Dulles
• Earned second team all-district recognition as both a junior and senior

Personal
• Daughter of Abel and Lola Omotola
• Sister of Kemi Omotola (20) and Simon Omotola (13)
• Birthday is June 28
• Born in London, England and moved to the United States when she was seven years old
• Major is psychology