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LaTecia Smith
LaTecia  Smith


Gardenia, Calif.

High School:




Pirates Storm Back To Knock Off Butler On Friday Night

Tabatha Richardson-Smith had 27 points and Tiffany Jones notched a double-double


Richardson-Smith Sets All-Time Scoring Record In Win Over Villanova

Tabatha Richardson-Smith is now The Hall's all-time leading scorer with 1,810 career points


Pirates Roll Past Butler, 98-77, On Sunday Afternoon

Tabatha Richardson-Smith scored 26 points and Aleesha Powell added 23


No. 23 Pirates Off To Best Start In Program History After 99-68 Win Over Marquette

The Hall saw six players score in double-figures to improve to 3-0 in BIG EAST play


No. 25 Pirates Improve To 10-1 With Victory Over Saint Peter's

The Hall closed non-conference play with an 81-65 victory

2015-16: Played in 31 games and made three starts as a freshman…finished the year with 3.2 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game on 40.0 percent shooting…also notched 32 steals on the season…opened her career with six points and a steal vs. Bryant (Nov. 13)…scored four points and added two steals in a win over Princeton (Nov. 19)…dished out a career-high seven assists in only 17 minutes at Liberty (Dec. 12)…needed only 18 minutes to score a season-high 14 points on 7-of-10 shooting against Marquette (Jan. 3)…scored six points and swiped three steals vs. Butler (Jan. 24)…made her first career start and scored four points with six assists and two steals vs. Georgetown (Feb. 12)…scored five points and grabbed seven rebounds at Butler (Feb. 19)…dropped nine points on 4-of-7 shooting in the BIG EAST Tournament Semifinals vs. Creighton (March 7)…finished with six points, four rebounds and two assists in her first NCAA Tournament Game against Duquesne (March 19).

Before SHU: Helped lead Narbonne High School to back-to-back CIF City Section Division I girl's basketball championships…excelled as a junior when she averaged 17 points, two assists, 5.5 steals and six rebounds per game…per Prospect Nation, a four-star caliber athlete and is ranked No. 166 overall by the Dan Olson report…named First-Team All-City in 2013 and 2014…the Marine League consensus selection for Most Valuable Player two years in a row.