#12 Aliyah Collier

Augusta, Ga.
High School:

2018-19: Senior

Finished her 4-year career in 10th in program history for career rebounds (678)…One of just 13 players in Clemson history to record 900 points and 600 rebounds…Tabbed to the ACC All-Tournament Second Team after averaging 22.5 points and 6.0 rebounds off the bench in a pair of tournament games for Clemson…She is the first All-Tournament Team honoree for the Tigers since 2002…Totaled eight points and eight rebounds, shooting 3-of-10 from the field against Wofford (11/8)…Made her 80th career start, posting another eight-rebound outing, while shooting 50 percent (3-of-6) against Lipscomb (11/11)…Tallied four steals and five rebounds in 18 minutes of action at South Carolina (11/15)…Notched nine points and a season-high 10 rebounds at Alabama (11/19)…Missed nine games due to a hand injury……Posted her first double-double of the season (ninth of her career) with 13 points and 13 rebounds at NC State (1/24)…Poured in a season-high 22 points for the Tigers, including a season-high four made threes against Notre Dame (1/31)… Tallied 18 points and 14 rebounds against Wake Forest (2/7) for her second double-double of the season (10th of her career)…Also, notched six steals to set a new career-high… Totaled 28 points in an ACC Tournament game against Virginia Tech (3/7), accounting for all nine of Clemson’s overtime points…She set a new career-high in points (28) and a season-high in made field goals (10)…Recorded her seventh straight game in double-figures with a 17-point outing against Louisville (3/8)…Finished the season on a 19-game scoring streak, including nine straight games scoring in double-figures.


2017-18: Junior

Appeared in 19 games for the Tigers, starting eight…Second on the team in steals (39) and one of three Clemson players to eclipse the 100 rebound mark (102)…Averaged 8.1 points per game while playing 22.4 minutes each outing…Posted a .353 shot percentage, sinking 55-of-156…Recorded six double-digit outings, with a season-high 16 points against Central Arkansas (12/20)…Tallied five or more rebounds in 10 of her 19 games played, finishing the season with 5.4 rebounds per game…One of two Tigers to pull down 40-plus offensive boards.


2016-17: Sophomore

Led Clemson in rebounding 220 for a 7.9 per game average…Finished in the top 11 in the ACC’s overall statistical rankings in all three rebounding categories – fourth in offensive rebounds (95, 3.5 per game), tied for 6th in total rebounds (228, 7.9 per game), tied for 11th in defensive rebounds (133, 4.6 per game)…Was even better in conference games only – tied for second in offensive rebounds (61, 3.8 per game), fourth in total rebounds (140, 8.8 per game) and eighth in defensive rebounds (79, 4.9 per game)…Was second on the team in scoring, with 10.0 points per game…Scored in double figures in 14 games, including three games with 20+ points…Posted eight double-doubles on the season…Ranked second on the team in steals (46, 1.6 per game) and blocked shots (26, 0.9 per game)…Scored a career-high 27 points in the Tigers’ 78-67 win over North Carolina on Feb. 5, 2017…Pulled down a season-best 14 rebounds three times, including in two conference games, at NC State on Jan. 22, 2017 and vs. North Carolina on Feb. 5, 2017…Played in 29 games, starting 20.


2015-16: Freshman

Averaged 7.3 points per game and 6.0 rebounds per game in 698 minutes…Appeared in all 30 games for Clemson, starting 20…Led the Tigers in rebounding (179), was second of the team in steals (41) and third in scoring (220)…Scored 21 points (8-13 fg, 5-5 ft) vs. NC State…Grabbed 17 rebounds vs. Wake Forest, the most rebounds by a Tiger since 2013.


Before Clemson:

Averaged 16.3 pts, 9.8 rebs, 5.5 asts and 5.5 stls per game for Laney High School in Augusta, GA…Led Laney to the AAA Georgia State Championship Title, recording 24 points, 19 rebounds, eight assists and seven steals in the game…She totaled 14 double-doubles and two triple-doubles as a senior at Laney…Named the Augusta Chronicle’s All-Area Georgia Girls Basketball Player of the Year…Attended the same high school as Rod Hall, a three-year (2012-2015) starter on the men’s basketball team at Clemson.