Named Third-Team All-CAA following the season … Appeared in all 31 games with 28 starts … Finished the season with 389 points (12.5 ppg), 97 rebounds (3.1 rpg), 63 assists, two blocks and 53 assists … Recorded 21 double-digit performances, including five 20-point performances … Scored in double-figures in the Tribe’s first eight games of the season, including back-to-back 20 and 23 point performances against North Carolina A&T (11/21) and High Point (11/23) … Dropped 24 points and had six assists and a comeback victory at Radford (12/2) … Registered a then season-high six rebounds in two consecutive games at UNCW (1/4) and Towson (1/6) … Scored 22 points at Towson on a career-high six 3-pointser (1/6) … Dropped 22 points and had a career-high seven rebounds in a double overtime victory at Northeastern (2/1) … Added a 11 points in W&M’s first win over Drexel in five seasons (2/6) … Scored 19 points on five 3-points against Delaware (2/13) … Had 17 in a home victory over College of Charleston (2/15) … Scored 16 points on four three-pointers at Elon (2/22) … Hit five 3-pointers for 15 points in a win at College of Charleston (2/26) … Scored 17 points in the CAA Quarterfinals against Hofstra (3/13) … Named Preseason Second-Team All-CAA.
Named CAA Rookie of the Year … Garnered to the CAA All-Rookie Honors … One of four players to play in all 29 games … Finished the season with 904 minutes, 384 points (13.2 ppg), 89 rebounds, 62 assists, 43 steals, and six blocks … Named CAA Rookie of the Week three times during the weeks of Dec. 30, Feb. 2, and Feb. 24, more than any other CAA Rookie … Ranks among the W&M freshman records including: third in points (384), fourth in points per game (13.2), fourth in field goals made (124), first in 3-point field goals (67), seventh in 3-point field goal percentage (.306), seventh in free throws made (69), second in free throw percentage (.806), fourth in assists (62), seventh in assist per game (2.1), eight in steals (43), 10th in steals per game (1.5), seventh in games played (29), and fourth in minutes average (31.2) … Scored in double-figures in 22 games, including reaching the 20-point plateau four times. Made an instant impact in her debut scoring 20 points (most by a freshman since 2003), six rebounds and a steal at Longwood (11/11) … Had back-to-back 13 point performances against East Carolina (11/15) and High Point (11/19) … Scored 15 points and added six assists and four steals in the Tribe’s win over UMass (11/30) … Had a career-high nine rebounds against Radford (12/18) … Scored a career-high 25 points, with three rebounds, two assists, and two steals versus Saint Louis (12/28) … Added 11 points three assists, and two assists against nationally ranked Iowa State (12/29) … Had back-to-back 17 point performances against UNCW (1/23) and Towson (1/26) … Dropped 21 points and grabbed five rebounds in the Tribe’s win over the College of Charleston (2/2) … Had 18 points and five boards at Northeastern (2/13) … Registered 21 points in W&M’s road victory over Delaware (2/23) … Had 19 points in the win over Northeastern (2/27) … Scored in double-digits in 11 straight games from 1/23-2/27, which is the 10th longest such streak in school history ... Recorded 14 points, three rebounds, and three steals against Hofstra (3/5), playing a career-high 42 minutes.
Three-year letter winner in basketball at Paul VI High School… Garnered first team All-WCAC Honors in 2012 and 2013, after being named to the second team in 2011… Three-time All-Met honoree from 2011-13… VIS All-State Division 1 first team from 2011-13… Helped lead Paul VI to three VIS state championships… Finished her high school career with 1,877 points with 285 3-pointers… Played varsity basketball for South Lakes High School as a freshman… Member of the Vienna Travel Basketball, Germantown Lady Panthers (Md.), No Limits (Va.) and Potomac Valley Vogues (Va.) AAU teams… Graduated with highest honors from Paul VI… Played the cello in the string ensemble.
Daughter of Mark and Karen Tremba… Undecided on her major at W&M… Enjoys playing piano and reading in free time.