Renneika Razor
Renneika Razor

Player Profile

New York, N.Y.

High School:
Cardinal Spellman





Frese On Razor
“Renneika is just a phenomenal athlete. We’re looking at her to provide us with tremendous senior leadership. She probably has the best all-around game, both offensively and defensively, so we’ll be counting on her for a lot.”

2001-02 A starter in 28 of the Terps’ 30 games, she was Maryland’s third-leading scorer averging 8.2 points per game ... despite standing only 5 feet, 8 inches tall, Razor was Maryland’s third-leading rebounder, grabbing 4.5 rebounds per game ... an ACC all-defense team pick, she led the team in steals, averaging 2.1 per game ... also contributed 2.5 assists per game and averaged a team-high 28.8 minutes ... her penetrating ability and quick first step earned her 100 attempts from the free throw line ... her season-high 16-point efforts came in the Terps’ two meetings with Duke ... went 5-of-6 (.833) from the floor against Duke and NC State, and posted a 6-of-9 (.667) effort vs. Richmond ... dished out a career-high seven assists vs. Penn State ... season-high five steals vs. Richmond ... hit double figures in the scoring column 13 times and tallied a season-high eight rebounds five times.

2000-01 A reserve forward for seven of the Terps’ first eight games, Razor was a fixture in the starting lineup for 19 of the last 20 games ... averaged 2.32 steals, fourth-best in the ACC ... she plays deceptively tall for her 5-8 frame in the forward position ... used her incredible athleticism to become one of the Terps’ top two rebounders all year ... possessed explosive speed ... averaged almost 10 ppg, which was third-best on the team … her 134 free throw attempts tied her for 10th all-time on the Terps’ single-season charts.

1999-00 True freshman guard who played all five positions on the floor at one point or another ... appeared in every game, logged two starts and averaged 18.9 minutes ... was a valuable Terp “sixth man,” among team leaders in points (5th), rebounds (T-3rd), assists (5th) and steals (3rd) ... averaged 6.6 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.6 steals per game ... scored six points, collected two rebounds, registered two blocks and grabbed three steals in a 19-minute stretch to help Maryland come back against and eventually defeat Virginia Tech in the WNIT second-round game ... recorded a double-double with 13 points and 11 boards in Maryland’s 73-61 win at Wake Forest ... was the high scorer for the Terps in three games and the high rebounder in six contests ... averaged 11 points and eight rebounds over a four-game stretch vs. Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, St. Bonaventure and North Carolina, pacing Maryland in scoring or rebounding each game ... poured in 11 straight points for the Terps during the second half vs. Clemson on Feb. 6.

Before Maryland Graduated from Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx, N.Y. where she was a member of the New York State all-star team and received all-city honors from the New York Post and New York Daily News … all-around abilities are evidenced by an 18-point scoring average with 12 rebounds, 3.7 assists, 3.1 blocks and three steals per game … first-team all-Gazette … All-Met honorable mention player … Washington Post player of the week … ISL champions her freshman year, co-champs her sophomore campaign … averaged 15 points and 11 rebounds as a junior ... 17.6 points, 15 rebounds as a sophomore ... finished her career at Cardinal Spellman as the third player in school history to score more than 1,500 points, and by season’s end had also eclipsed 1,100 rebounds through three varsity seasons … MVP of last year’s 27-3 team which was the N.Y. Class “C” state champions and federation champions … New York state class “D” champions as a sophomore ... in three years, Cardinal Spellman was 79-12 while Razor established a school mark for double-doubles … one of her finest games was a 27-point, 21-rebound effort in the state championship game as a sophomore … her 21 boards in that game tied the state record for rebounds in a championship game, set originally in 1966 … MVP of N.Y. Slam-Jam summer league … named to Slam-Jam all-tournament team and all-defensive team ... two-time member of the Post’s five-member all-city team ... she was a Daily News all-star as a sophomore, junior and senior … co-captain of the New York State Federation class “C” all-star team ... Cardinal Spellman was 27-4 in 1997-98, and 25-5 in 1996-97 … coached by Jane Morris.

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