University of Miami Athletics

Beatrice Mompremier






Redshirt Senior


Miami, Fla.

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Beatrice Mompremier - Women's Basketball - University of Miami Athletics

As a Redshirt Junior (2018-19): Associated Press All-America Honorable Mention … WBCA Coaches’ All-America Team Honorable Mention & Regional Finalist… Blue Ribbon Panel First Team All-ACC & ACC Coaches First Team All-ACC … Wade Trophy Midseason Watch List … Citizen Naismith Trophy Midseason Team … Lisa Leslie Center of the Year Award Finalist … Citizen Naismith Trophy Watch List … Blue Ribbon Panel ACC Newcomer Watch List & ACC Coaches ACC Newcomer Watch List … College Sports Madness National Player of the Week (2/11) … Three-time ACC Player of the Week (1/7, 1/21, 2/11) … Florida Sunshine Classic MVP … Miami Thanksgiving Classic MVP … Preseason WNIT All-Tournament Team … Miami Holiday Classic All-Tournament Team … Starting Five (11/28)

As a Junior (2017-18): Transferred from Baylor University … Sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules.

As a Sophomore at Baylor (2016-17): Played in 32 of 37 games and started 10, all consecutively to open the season … Scored double-digit points 13 times, doing so in 10 of the first 16 games and tallying 15-plus three times … Finished with double figures in the rebounding column eight times, including 15-plus twice … Recorded six double-doubles … Ranked second on the team in rebounds per game (6.5), as well as third in both offensive (2.2) and defensive (4.3) board per game … Also ranked third in blocks (47) and free throw attempts (102) … Placed fourth in field goal percentage (55.0) and free throws made (59), plus fifth in points per game (8.3) and field goals made (104) … Opened the year with 14 points on 7-of-11 shooting and seven rebounds against Houston Baptist (11/11) … Pulled down 10 boards at top-ranked Connecticut (11/17) … Notched 11 points and 15 rebounds against Mississippi Valley State (11/20), shooting 7-of-10 at the line and blocking three shots … Scored 18 points on 8-of-9 shooting against Southeastern Louisiana (11/22) … Registered 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting in a season-high 26 minutes versus No. 18/17 DePaul (11/26) … Posted 13 points, 14 rebounds and a co-season-best four blocks in a win over eighth-ranked Ohio State (11/27) … Scored 12 points against Texas State (12/6) … Tallied nine points, a season-best 17 boards and a season-high-tying four blocks versus Winthrop (12/15) … Had 15 points, 10 rebounds and a co-season-high four blocked shots against Kansas (1/1) and went 9-of-12 at the line, both career bests … Recorded 12 points and eight rebounds in the victory at No. 17/16 West Virginia (1/4) … Scored 12 points at Oklahoma State (1/7) … Logged 11 points and 11 rebounds versus Texas Tech (2/25) … Registered nine points and eight boards in the win at No. 19/16 Oklahoma (2/27) … Tallied a career-high 22 points on 10-of-14 shooting, both season bests, and added 11 rebounds, a season-high four assists and three blocks in just 21 minutes versus Texas Southern (3/18) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament … Posted 14 points and 13 rebounds in the victory over No. 13/12 Louisville (3/24) in the Sweet 16.

As a Freshman at Baylor (2015-16): Big 12 All-Freshman Team (unanimous) … Two-time Big 12 Freshman of the Week (12/28/15, 3/3/16)
One of five Lady Bears to play in all 38 games … Earned 26 starts, including each of the final 22 … Scored in double figures nine times, including 15-plus on five occasions … Grabbed double-digit rebounds in five outings, recording 15-plus twice … Tallied four double-doubles … Notched three-plus blocks 10 times … Co-led the team in rebounds (6.1) and offensive rebounds per game (2.3), as well as placed second in defensive rebounds per game (3.9) … Also paced Baylor in blocked shots (60) … Ranked fourth in field goal percentage (53.5), field goals made (116) and free throws attempted (101), as well as fifth in points per game (7.2) and steals (25) … Posted eight points and six rebounds in 14 minutes in her college debut against UT Arlington (11/13) … Notched nine points, seven boards and her first two collegiate blocks and steals versus Southern Miss (11/16) … Tallied a co-season-best four assists versus Cincinnati (11/26) … Registered 12 points of 6-of-7 shooting to go along with seven rebounds against Northwestern State (12/4) … Posted co-season-highs in points and field goals made against Grambling State (12/6), finishing with 18 points on 8-of-11 shooting and adding eight rebounds … Recorded her first double-double with 15 points and 13 boards in her opening start against McNeese State (12/13), going 7-of-9 from the floor and posting a trio of both assists and blocks … Playing against No. 23/21 Miami (12/19), had five points and seven rebounds … In a co-season-high 26 minutes versus James Madison (12/21), tallied 14 points and a season-best 17 rebounds … Logged 10 points and seven boards at Oklahoma State (12/30) in her first conference game … Scored a season-high-tying 18 points on a co-season-best eight made field goals against TCU (1/9) and set a season high with 13 free throw attempts … Registered 16 points and 15 rebounds at No. 24/RV West Virginia (1/30) and set or tied season highs in minutes (26), field goals made (eight) and field goal attempts (15) … Notched 14 points and 12 rebounds against Kansas (2/6) and made a season-best four free throws on five attempts … Set a season high with five blocks in the win over No. 17/24 Oklahoma State (2/17) … Finished with nine points and nine rebounds at No. 20/21 Oklahoma (2/22) … Against No. 6/8 Texas (2/29), notched nine points, 10 rebounds and three blocked shots … Tied a season high with four assists in the Big 12 Tournament quarterfinals versus Texas Tech (3/5) … Blocked four shots in the semifinals in a win over No. 24/22 Oklahoma (3/6) … Tallied 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting and added nine boards versus seventh-ranked Texas (3/7) to help the Lady Bears win the conference title … Started all four of Baylor’s NCAA Tournament games.

High School: Graduated from Miami Senior High School … Started in the McDonald’s All-American Game and also made the Jordan Brand Classic … Ranked as a four-star prospect and the No. 11 player in the country, including third-best post recruit and top Floridian, by … Tabbed by espnW HoopGurlz as a five-star recruit, the No. 20 overall prospect, third-ranked post player and second-best Floridian … Helped the USA to a FIBA U18 Americas Championship gold medal in 2014 … Played in all five games in the tournament, averaging 9.0 points and 5.4 rebounds, shooting 58.1 percent from the field, fourth-best among all players …  Two-time Florida Gatorade Player of the Year, three-time first team all-state pick and the 2015 Miss Florida Basketball honoree … Two-time South Florida player of the year and three-time Miami Herald First Team All-Dade selection … Named the Miami Herald All-Dade 8A-6A Girls’ Athlete of the Year as a senior, becoming the first Miami High athlete to win the award in any classification … Also tabbed as the 8A-6A Player of the Year as a senior … Garnered 8A state tournament MVP honors and USA TODAY Florida Player of the Year recognition as a junior … Won back-to-back 8A state titles to conclude her career after finishing as the runner-up her sophomore season … Averaged a double-double all four years … Posted 25.2 points, 15.2 rebounds, 5.0 blocks, 3.5 steals and 2.6 assists per game as a senior, shooting 63.2 percent and helping the team finish 29-3 … As a junior, logged 14.2 points and 13.6 rebounds per outing, as the team went 31-1 … Averaged 11.9 points and 14.5 rebounds per game in a 25-7 campaign as a sophomore … Tallied 10.5 points and 13.5 rebounds per game her freshman year … Also competed in volleyball and cross country … Volunteered as a youth basketball instructor and scorekeeper with the school’s special education program, as well as with Key Club International and Kiwanis International … Among the many notable Miami High alumni are former University of Miami stars Eddie Brown, Doug Edwards, Andre Johnson, Gardnar Mulloy and Roscoe Parrish, basketball coaches Anthony Grant and Frank Martin, Udonis Haslem of the Miami HEAT, former Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel, 1953 American League MVP Al Rosen, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Donald Justice and 18-year U.S. Senator George Smathers.

Personal: Full name is Beatrice Mompremier … Name is pronounced BEE-Uh-Triss MOM-Prih-Meer … Nickname is “B” … Born Aug. 8, 1996 … Parents are Madilien Mompremier and Marie Claude Edouard … Has three older brothers, Clifford, Wadly and Claudy, a younger brother, Rodney, and a younger sister, Marilyn … Wadly played basketball at Ohio and Arkansas-Little Rock … Majoring in economics … Enjoys singing, reading comic books and doing yoga … Speaks Creole … Favorite athlete is Chris Bosh because he is a great athlete and she would like to expand her game like his … Best sports memories are winning two state titles in high school …Chose Miami because of the environment, the proximity to home and the quality of business school … Committed to Miami over Florida State.

2015-16 (BU) 38 26 568 14.9 116 217 .535 0 0 .000 41 101 .406 233 6.1 25 69 60 25 273 7.2
2016-17 (BU) 32 10 464 14.5 104 189 .550 0 0 .000 59 102 .578 208 6.5 17 55 47 3 267 8.3
CAREER 70 36 1032 14.7 220 406 .542 0 0 .00 100 203 .493 441 6.3 42 124 107 28 540 7.7