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10 Kierra Johnson-Graham

Class: Senior Position: F Height: 5-11 Previous School: Tucker High School Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.

2018-19 (Jr.)
• Made the ASUN All-Tournament team after averaging 12.0 points and a team-high 7.7 rebounds during the tournament. She shot 93.8 percent (15-of-16) from the foul line during the Lady Flames' three tournament games, including 14 straight makes to end the season.
• Shot 76.1 percent from the free throw line after entering the season as a 58.3 percent free throw shooter during her first two seasons
• Ended the season ranked No. 44 in program history with 404 career rebounds
• Liberty went 12-4 after she joined the starting lineup on Jan. 15 at Kennesaw State
• Tied for the team lead in points (12), grabbed a team-high nine rebounds and came up with a career-high six steals against Saint Francis (Pa.) on Nov. 17. Her six steals were the most by a Lady Flame since Feb. 2, 2015
• Scored a career-high 20 points and matched career highs in both rebounds (12) and assists (5) during a Jan. 29 victory at Lipscomb. Johnson-Graham became the first Lady Flame with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 5 assists in the same game since Dec. 10, 2011
• Played a season-high 36 minutes against NJIT on Feb. 2, finishing with 13 points (10 in the fourth quarter). She set career highs for free throws made (9) and attempted (10), shooting 6-of-6 from the line during the fourth period.
• Matched her career high of 12 rebounds at North Florida on Feb. 23
• Nearly posted a double-double during the ASUN final vs. FGCU, finishing with nine points and a team-high 11 boards

2017-18 (So.)
• Started 19 of the season's first 20 games before suffering a season-ending injury against Radford on Jan. 28
• Shot 51 percent from the field, improving from 35.2 percent as a freshman
• Scored a season-high 13 points three times, beginning with a Nov. 24 matchup against Houston which featured 5-of-5 shooting from the field and 2-of-2 from three-point range
• Posted another 13-point outing versus Valparaiso (Dec. 2), along with five rebounds, three assists, two blocks and two steals
• Grabbed a team-high and season-high eight rebounds at James Madison (Dec. 6)
• Set season highs for assists (5) and steals (3) during the Big South opener at Presbyterian (Jan. 2)
• Tied her season high of 13 points and pulled down six boards at Gardner-Webb on Jan. 13

2016-17 (Fr.)
• Appeared in all 30 games a freshman, making nine starts
• Her 64 offensive rebounds ranked second on the team
• Paced the team in rebounding six times on the season, including a span of three straight outings (Jan. 17-24)
• Tallied a team-high 11 points during a Nov. 15 matchup with James Madison
• Scored 10 points and pulled down a team-leading eight boards at Valparaiso on Nov. 25
• Contributed 10 points and eight rebounds at Navy (Dec. 4)
• Recorded her first double-digit rebounding effort with 10 boards against Presbyterian (Jan. 10)
• Posted her first career double-double at Gardner-Webb on Jan. 15, consisting of a career-high 12 points and a career-high 12 rebounds
• Scored 11 points and grabbed five rebounds at High Point (Feb. 14)

Prep
• Graduated from Tucker High School
• Helped the Tigers go 27-5 and finish as Georgia AAAAAA state runners-up as a senior
• Averaged 12.1 ppg and 8.7 rpg during her senior season, earning first team all-city, all-region and all-state accolades
• Spent her first three years at South Atlanta High School, where she was coached by her mother
• Tallied 15.7 ppg, 10.5 rpg, 5.0 apg, 4.9 spg and 2.1 bpg as a junior, helping the 2014-15 Hornets record the school's first-ever perfect regular-season record
• All-state performer as a freshman (honorable mention), sophomore (second team) and junior (first team)
• Part of the Georgia Pistols Elite AAU team which captured the eighth grade national title
• Also played volleyball and soccer

Personal
• Daughter of Jamil and Akisha Graham
• Birthday is on May 4
• Sport management major