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University of Miami Athletics

Shayeann Day-Wilson








Toronto, Ontario

High School

Royal Crown

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Shayeann Day-Wilson - Women's Basketball - University of Miami Athletics

Career Honors:

  • ACC Freshman of the Year (Head Coaches – 2021-22)
  • All-ACC Freshman Team (2021-22)
  • USBWA National Freshman of the Week (12/7/21)
  • ACC Freshman of the Week (11/29/21, 1/24/22, 2/8/22)
2023-24 (As a Junior at Miami)
  • Went for a five-game double-digit scoring streak, Nov. 26-Dec. 16, in non-conference play
  • Set a career high with 27 points on 5-for-11 from three-point range in a double-overtime game against Georgia Tech March 3. Went 10-for-19 in that game.
  • Scored in double figures in 14 of 18 ACC games, while doing so in 12-straight games Jan. 11-Feb. 22
  • Made a three-pointer in all but six games, while draining a season-best five on four occasions
  • Went for 17 points in consecutive wins against Clemson Feb. 8 and Georgia Tech Feb. 11
  • Tied for the third-best single-game three-point shooting performance in Miami history, sinking five treys en route to 19 points in a win against ETSU
  • Paced Miami’s shooting from deep, drilling three three-pointers en route to 18 points in a 73-59 win against No. 4/5 NC State
  • Catalyzed the Miami offense with eight dimes and 10 points in her first Miami start Dec. 3
  • Reeled in six boards and posted 12 points on 50 percent shooting against Baylor Dec. 16
  • Had consecutive double-digit scoring games in the ACC Tournament, scoring 13 in the win against UNC March 7 and 11 in the ACC Quarterfinals against No. 11 Virginia Tech
2022-23 (As a Sophomore at Duke)
  • Started 29 of 33 games played
  • Averaged 8.1 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 24.3 minutes per game
  • Reached double figures in 12 games, including five straight (1/19-2/2)
  • Led the Blue Devils in assists per game (2.5)
  • Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds against UConn (11/25)
  • Poured in a season-high 24 points at North Carolina (1/19)
  • Tied career high in assists with seven against Iona (3/18)
  • Hauled in five-plus rebounds on six occasions.
2021-22 (As a Freshman at Duke)
  • Tabbed ACC Freshman of the Year by head coaches
  • Named to All-Freshman Team
  • Earned three ACC Freshman of the Week honors
  • Averaged a team-high 12.7 points and 3.7 assists in addition to 3.0 rebounds and 1.2 steals
  • Started final 17 games of the season
  • Appeared in 29 total contests
  • Fourth Duke freshman to notch 20 or more points in an ACC Tournament game (22 vs. Pitt, 3/2)
  • Scored 368 points to rank 10th on Duke’s freshman record charts
  • Fifth Blue Devil to earn ACC Freshman of the Year honors
  • Led all ACC freshmen in scoring (12.7) and assists (3.7)
  • In ACC games, ranked 16th in the league in scoring, seventh in assists and 10th in assist/turnover ratio (1.1)
  • Tallied four games with 20-plus points…Scored a season-high 26 points against Troy (11/28).
High School
  • No. 41 recruit in class of 2021 according to espn HoopGurlz
  • Top Canadian guard in the class of 2021
  • As a junior at Crestwood Prep, averaged 17.3 points, 8.2 assists and 5.3 rebounds per game
  • Led her squad to back-to-back Ontario Scholastic Basketball Association (OSBA) High School Championships
  • Collected 18 points, eight assists and six rebounds in the championship game as a junior
  • A Bio Steel All-Canadian selection (Canadian equivalent of McDonald’s All-American)
  • Second Team All-OSBA honoree
  • 2019 and 2020 Chris Smallings Classic MVP
  • Did not have a senior season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
International Accolades
  • Consistent presence on the Canadian National Teams
  • Helped lead the Canadian U23 Women’s National Team to a gold medal at the inaugural GLOBLJAM international basketball showcase in 2022
  • Tallied 19 points, nine assists, two rebounds and two steals in the championship game
  • Averaged 16 points, 5.4 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game to help Canada to a perfect 5-0 record
  • Played alongside current Hurricanes Latasha Lattimore and Lashae Dwyer on the U23 team
  • In August 2021, competed for Canada at FIBA U19 Women’s World Cup in Hungary
    Helped Canada to a fifth-place finish
  • Ranked second in scoring in the tournament with 18.1 points per game
  • Totaled 29 points against Japan, 31 points against Czech Republic and 22 points against Russia.
  • Full name is Shayeann Day-Wilson
  • Born June 16, 2003
  • Daughter of Patrick Shaw and Rose Day
  • Has one brother, Collin, and two sisters, Zakayla and Akayla
  • High school teammate of Latasha Lattimore