Amber Ramirez - Women's Basketball - Arkansas Razorbacks

#23 Amber Ramirez

G | RSr* | 5-9 | San Antonio, Texas | Wagner HS/TCU


– All-SEC Second Team | 2022
– SEC Co-Player of the Week | Feb. 1, 2022
– NCAA Team of the Week | Feb. 1, 2022
– College Sports Madness National Player of the Week | Dec. 7, 2020
– Bahamas Hoopfest All-Tournament Team | 2020
– Two gold medals at the 2016 FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Chile

– Team captain for the silver medalists at 2016 FIBA 3×3 U18 World Championships in Kazakhstan
– McDonalds’ All-American | 2016
– Jordan Brand All-American | 2016

AS A GRADUATE (2021-22)
Finished her Arkansas career starting 30 games in her final collegiate season … Earned Second Team All-SEC honors, her first postseason honor from the league office … Averaged 15.4 points, 4.6 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.4 steals, 35.3 minutes per game … 42.0 FG %, 40.2 3FG %, 81.7 FT % … 23 games in double figures, eight games with 20+ … Her 42.9% mark from deep during her three seasons on the Hill stands as a program record …  Her 261 three-pointers made is the fifth-most in program history despite only suiting up for Arkansas for three seasons …  Became the 30th member of Arkansas’ 1,000-point club … Only Hog ever with three or more seasons shooting 40% or better from distance … Now owns three of the top six best percentage marks from deep over a single season in program history … Scored a season-high 30 points in Arkansas’ comeback win against Auburn … Hit the game winning floater against Auburn, a game the Hogs won despite missing three starters … Scored 25 points on 10 of 18 shooting in the Hogs’ upset of #12 LSU … Poured in 25 points and pulled down nine rebounds to help the Hogs come back against Missouri on the road … Was great in a few SEC losses as well, going for 29 points at #7 Tennessee and going for 26 against the Lady Vols at Bud Walton Arena … Led the Hogs in the NCAA Tournament, scoring 24 points against the Utes … Helped the Hogs draw a crowd of 8,292 on her senior day, the eighth-largest crowd in Arkansas Women’s Basketball history.

Started 27 of 28 games in year two with Arkansas … Averaged 13.5 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.1 steals, 32.1 minutes per game in SEC Play … 43.0 FG %, 43.5 3FG %, 80.1 FT % … 21 games in double figures, five games with 20+ … Her 77 threes made is tied for the eighth best single-season mark in program history …  Her 43.5 percentage mark from deep is the third best mark in a single-season in program history …  Now owns two of the top three best percentage marks from deep over a single season in program history … Hit five or more threes in seven games this season … Had five such games in SEC Play … Exploded on senior day against Alabama, scoring a career-high 35 points … Did so on 12-19 shooting, including 8-14 from beyond the arc … Scored 23 points and pulled down six rebounds in the Baylor win … Was named College Sports Madness National Player of the Week following that performance … 16 of those points came after halftime … Was also huge in the UConn win, going for 22 points … Scored 19 in the Hogs’ win over Auburn at home … Added 21 more points in Arkansas’ close loss at Texas A&M … Made six threes in Arkansas’ win at SMU … Scored 17 against Mizzou at home before scoring 17 on the Tigers on the road.

Was great during her first season on the Hill, starting all 32 games for Head Coach Mike Neighbors … Averaged 14.7 points, 3.2 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.1 steals, 33.1 minutes per game … 44.2 FG %, 44.7 3FG %, 92.3 FT % … 22 games in double figures, seven games with 20+, five of which came during SEC play … Went for 25 against Auburn, hitting a season-high seven threes …  Dropped a season-high 29 points against Tennessee … Went for 24 in Arkansas’ comeback win over Missouri, including 13 in the second half … Averaging 15.9 points, 2.9 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.9 steals per game in SEC play … Finished sixth in the SEC in scoring over the conference schedule … Led the league in conference play in three-pointers made (50) and three-point percentage (.463) … Led the league in average minutes played in conference only games (35.9) … Finished second in the NCAA in three pointers made (106) … Finished ninth in the NCAA in three point percentage (.447) … Her three-point percentage is now the new single-season program record … Her 106 threes made is also a single season program record, breaking Wendi Willits’ record, which had stood at Arkansas for over 20 years … Scored her 1,000th career-point against Auburn in the first round of the SEC Tournament, becoming one of just 29 Hogs to ever cross the 1,000-point threshold.

AS A JUNIOR (2018-19)
Amber Ramirez redshirted the 2018-19 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

TCU career spanned two seasons where she played in 59 games and averaged 9.6 points per game, including 10.4 ppg in 2017-18, helping the Horned Frogs reach the semifinals of the WNIT … Shot 39.1% overall and 38.2% from beyond the arc … Increased her assist production from 32 as a freshman to 103 as a sophomore.

McDonald’s All-American … Five-star recruit out of high school and is transferring to Arkansas after two seasons at TCU … Played in the McDonald’s All-American game and the Jordan Brand Classic game following her senior season at Wagner High School in San Antonio, Texas … Won the 3-Point Shootout and was part of the winning team at the Legends and Stars shootout, hitting a half-court shot to clinch the victory … Paced the Thunderbirds to four consecutive University Interscholastic League (UIL) State Tournament appearances reaching the semifinals three times and the regional final as a senior … Earned four Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC) and Texas Girls Coaches Association (TGCA) All-State First-Team selections, was a UIL Class 6A All-State Tournament First-Team selection as a junior and was a four-time TABC Region IV All-Region First-Team honoree … Finished her high school career with 2,769 points, the second-most in San Antonio city history.