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Aniyah Augmon








San José, Calif.

Previous School

Woodside Priory School

JUNIOR (2023-24): Started all 30 games she played in… averaged 33.7 minutes per game, 13.0 points per game, 5.9 rebounds per game, 2.1 steals per game, 3.6 assists per game… scored in double figures in 26 games including the last 18 games… scored 20-plus points three times with a season-high 22 points twice (against Wyoming and Colorado State)… registered three double-doubles (13 pts, 10 asts. against Utah State; 22 pts, 16 reb. against Colorado State; 15 pts, 10 reb. against Nevada)… UNM was 18-8 when Augmon scored double figures… led the team in scoring in four games… finished 10th in the MW in scoring, 14th in rebounding, fifth in assists per game, 10th in free-throw percentage (.679), second in steals per game (2.1) and second in minutes played per game… in conference games, was sixth in scoring (14.8), 13th in rebounding (5.9), sixth in field-goal percentage (.421), fourth in assists (3.6), eighth in free-throw percentage (.727)… led the MW in steals per game in MW games with 1.94… named MW Defensive Player of the Year and to the MW All-Conference Team and All-Defensive Team… twice named MW Player of the Week (Jan. 22 and Feb. 12).

SOPHOMORE (2022-23): Played in 31 games with two starts… averaged 21.2 minutes per game, 7.1 points per game, 4.4 rebounds per game, 1.9 assists per game, 0.7 steals per game, 0.2 blocks per game and shot 44.0% from the floor… scored in double figures in eight games with three double-doubles (UNLV, Utah State and Air Force)… first career double-double came at UNLV with 18 points and 10 rebounds… four games with 10-plus rebounds… led the team in scoring in two games and tied for the team high in one… led the team in rebounding in five games and tied for the team high in one… set career highs in points (18 at UNLV), rebounds (13 at Utah State), assists (six at Washington), made field goals (seven against San Diego State), made three-pointers (three at UNLV), made free throws (eight at Nevada)… scored 219 points on the season, over four times the amount of points she scored her freshman season and doubled her total rebounds from her freshman season with 135.

FRESHMAN (2021-22): Played in 33 games with one start (at Houston)… averaged 9.5 minutes per game… scored in 14 games… season-high eight points in the season opener against Lamar, going 3-for-3 from the floor with a made three-pointer, while also having six rebounds and three steals… finished with a season-high 10 rebounds in the win against San José State… credited with three steals in four games, at least one steal in 14 games, six games with multiple steals… recorded an assist in 14 games, multiple assists in five games… finished with 24 steals, 63 rebounds and 21 assists on the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Woodside Priory School, but previously attended Silver Creek High School from 2016-17 … helped lead her teams to three CCS Championships (2017, 2018, 2019) … averaged 14.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals throughout her high school career … first team all-league in 2019, honorable mention in 2018 and second team all-league in 2017 … attended the Adidas All-American Camp … named the Dream Big Player of the Game in the Martin Luther King Classic.

CLUB: Competed for Peninsula Basketball Club where she averaged 15.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals.

PERSONAL: Born December 29 in Santa Clara, Calif. … parents are Demetrius and Meagen Augmon … has six siblings: Tina, Adrianna, Emerald, Leilani, Kris and Joshua … cousin, Stacey Augmon, played in the NBA from 1991 to 2006 with Atlanta (1991-96), Detroit (1995-96), Portland (1996-2001), Charlotte (2001-02), New Orleans (2002-04), Orlando (2004-06).

Coach Bradbury on Augmon:Aniyah is a very good defender who has a chance to become an elite defender. Also, she has the ability to score in a variety of ways. Aniyah will add athleticism in the backcourt. This is a great addition to our team.”

Augmon on Why She Chose New Mexico:I chose UNM because I got a real family feel while I was in constant communication with the coaching staff during my recruitment. The Lobos have an up-tempo style which is the perfect fit for me. UNM checked every box on my checklist!”