With the history of the Lady Lion program, it is hard to become the first player to do something, but Teniya Page did just that in 2016-17. She is the first player in school history to record a season with 200 made field goals, 60 made 3-pointers, 100 made free throws and 100 assists.
In her 59th career game, Page joined an elite group of Penn Staters as just the fourth sophomore to every reach the 1,000-point plateau. Page joined Maggie Lucas, Kelly Mazzante and Susan Robinson - all 2,000-point scorers in their respective careers - in the group of 1,000-point sophomores.
Page poured in 618 points during her sophomore campaign, a total that ranks No. 9 on the single season charts and No. 4 on the single season sophomore list.
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With her 35 points, Teniya Page set a program record for points scored in a Big Ten Tournament game. Her effort also ranks tied for No. 3 on the all-time Big Ten Tournament scoring list and are the most points by a player in a losing effort.
After an impressive sophomore season, Page was honored by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. Earning All-America honorable mention honors, Page is just the second Penn State sophomore (Kelly Mazzante) to ever earn such accolades from the WBCA .
From the Windy City to Happy Valley: Her father 💰 the hoop, and Teniya Page honed her 🏀 skills in her Windy City backyard.
With 24 points vs. Fordham in the second round of the WNIT, Page broke the program's single game scoring record for a WNIT contest. Her 24 tallies are one better than Tyra Grant's 23 points vs. Hofstra in 2010. Her nine made field goals vs. the Rams are also a school standard for a WNIT contest.
Quick Highlight - Fordham (WNIT): 🐏⬅️, 🦁➡️,🏀🙌