32 Elisa Beagle
32 Elisa Beagle
Height: 6-0
Weight: 0
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Houston, Texas
High School: Hightower
Position: C

Preseason All-Southland 2nd Team Member

2008-09: Received a medical hardship due to a preseason injury that kept her out for the entire year...Returns to the court after a season away and looks to build on the success she enjoyed during her junior season, one which led to her being named to the Pre-season All-Southland First Team last year...A team leader and heart of the team who will lead by example and always give maximum effort while on the court.

2007-08: Started 29 games while playing in all 32 contests...Averaged a team-high 10.3 points and 7.3 rebounds per game...Scored 328 points while grabbing 234 rebounds...Became the second-leading rebounder in Islander history with a total of 642...Scored in double digits 17 times...Pulled in double-digit rebounds nine times...Tallied six double-doubles to put her at 17 for her career...Recorded 21 assists, 25 blocks and 19 steals on the season...Scored a season-high 17 points against Southeastern Louisiana (2/16)...Grabbed a season-high 16 rebounds at UT Arlington (1/26)...shot 7-for-8 while scoring 16 points against Texas State in the Southland Conference Tournament (3/12)...named third team All-SLC.

2006-07: Appeared in all 31 games starting 26 times...Led the team in rebounding with 243 total rebounds for 7.8 boards a game which was ninth best in the Southland Conference...Her 3.6 offensive rebounds were fourth-best in the SLC...Rebound total was the third-best single-season total in school history...Finished with 11 games with double-digit rebounds...Recorded nine double-doubles tying Terra Andrews for most double-doubles in a season and now has 11 in her career...Had eight games with 15-or-more points and 17 with 10-or-more...Scored a career-high 24 against Texas State (2/15) on 9-of-15 shooting which was one of three games she made nine baskets...Dropped in 20 points at Stephen F. Austin (2/28)...Grabbed 10-or-more rebounds on 11 occasions...Snared a career-best 16 rebounds in the finals of the Flint Hills Resources Islander Invitational against Southern Miss (12/17)...Total was tied for the most by an Islander other than rebounding queen Jackie Ododa....Hit a career-best 48.4 percent of her shots to lead the Islanders and was fourth in the Southland.

2005-06: Started nine times in 28 appearances during her debut season...Tied Terra Andrews' record of 5.9 rebounds a game for a freshman and is fourth in career average...Finished with 165 total boards which is the 10th best all-time for an Islander and the best by a freshman...Grabbed 77 offensive rebounds which is the sixth-best for a single-season...Second in rebounding and sixth in scoring with 5.6 points a game for the Islanders...Was the team's top rebounder in six games including a season-best 14 rebounds against IPFW (2/6) which tied Andrews for the best by an Islander last season...Finished with double-digit boards on four occasions...Recorded the first double-double of her career with 12 points and 14 boards at IPFW (2/6)...Added a second double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds at Northern Colorado (2/18)...Had the top field-goal percentage amongst regulars hitting 45.5 percent of her attempts...Recorded a career-high four steals at Longwood (2/25) - fourth-best by an Islander last season.

In High School: Averaged 12 points and 12 rebounds as a senior for Angela Spurlock at Hightower High School where she lettered for four seasons...Led team to the second round of the state playoffs as a junior and senior...Named to the Greater Houston All-Area and Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All-Star teams...District Offensive Player of the Year..Selected team captain as a senior and was honored as the MVP, Offensive Player of the and Defensive Player of the Year as a senior...Terry Tournament MVP...Also lettered for four years in track setting the school record in the shot put (47'6")...All-district, all-region, and all-state as a senior in the shot put...Six-year member of the Houston HotShots...Team finished second in the nation and won the BCI Tournament in Dallas...Member of the National Honor Society and selected to school honor roll multiple times.

Personal: Born Elisa Vickie King Beagle on Sept. 18, 1987 in Houston...Daughter of Henrietta King...Is an only child...Graduated with a psychology degree and is a graduate student in counseling.