Class includes 13 football student-athletes
Breanna Burton and Quinn Dornstauder are newest members of ASU women's basketball
ASU takes on Washington State in the first round
Fulcher and Pickens playing final game at home
Seniors Janae Fulcher and Micaela Pickens will be playing in final two home games
Has played in 95 career games (48 starts).
Played in all 31 of ASU's contests in 2010-11 with 14 starts (all 14 starts coming in last 14 games).
Has led ASU in free throw shooting percentage the last two seasons, connecting on 83 percent (89-107) of her free throw attempts during that stretch.
Averaged 2.4 points as a freshman.
A 2009 graduate of Merced High School in Merced, Calif., where she earned first-team All-Central California Conference honors each of her first two seasons, including being named the conference's MVP her sophomore season.
Earned Pac-12 Honorable Mention (coaches) and Pac-12 Defensive Honorable Mention (coaches).
Started all 32 games and led ASU in assists (3.4 apg), free throws made (56) and free throw percentage (.812).
Scored in double figures nine times, with seven of those instances coming in the last 15 games of the season.
Tied for the team lead in scoring (8.9 ppg) over the last 15 games of the season while shooting 39 percent from three-point range (14-36) during that stretch.
Had five or more assists 10 times, including a career-best seven on two occasions - vs. Eastern Washington (Dec. 2) and vs. Colorado (Jan. 19).
Scored 8 points and grabbed 6 rebounds while playing a career-high 41 minutes in ASU's 56-52 OT win at Colorado State.
Recorded then-career highs in points (11) and rebounds (7) vs. No. 13 Rutgers (Nov. 26).
Scored 11 points and had five assists in win vs. Illinois State (Dec. 3).
Pulled down a career-high eight rebounds in win at Oregon (Jan. 14).
Scored 17 points in win vs. Utah (Jan. 21).
Scored seven of her 12 points in the final 4:30 of ASU's 57-53 win at Washington (Jan. 28).
Led ASU with 11 points vs. No. 4 Stanford (Feb. 2) and followed that with another 11-point effort vs. Cal (Feb. 4).
Once again led ASU's offensive attack, scoring 12 points at Utah (Feb. 4).
Poured in a career-high 22 points (most by a Sun Devil in 2011-12) in ASU's loss at USC (Feb. 25).
Tied for the team lead with 14 points (5-10 FGs) in ASU's first round WNIT game at Pacific (Mar. 16).
Played in all 31 of ASU's contests with 14 starts (all 14 starts coming in last 14 games).
Shot 87 percent from the line (33-38).
Scored all nine of her points (tying career high) in the second half of ASU's win vs. Providence (Nov. 26).
Tied her career high with nine points (3-5 FGs) in win vs. Colorado State (Dec. 11).
Dished out a career-best six assists in ASU's win vs. Arizona (Jan. 16), which tied the second-highest single-game assist total by a Sun Devil this season.
Made her first start of the season at No. 11 UCLA (Jan. 27).
Replaced Dymond Simon at point guard after Simon left with a concussion at USC (Jan. 29). Would hit a clutch three-pointer to tie the game after ASU fell behind late in the second half of ASU's eventual 62-61 win.
Scored all eight of her points in the second half, including the game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer, in ASU's 45-44 win over Cal (Feb. 5).
Scored all seven of her points in the second half of ASU's 69-55 win over USC (Feb. 24).
Played in every game (2 starts).
Scored five points (2-3 FGs) in her Sun Devil debut vs. South Dakota State (Nov. 15).
Scored seven points (3-6 FGs) vs. UCLA (Jan. 3).
Grabbed a season-best four rebounds five times.
Was a combined 6-7 from the field at Oregon State (2-3, 4 points) and at Oregon (4-4, career-high 9 points).
Earned the first start of her career in ASU's WNIT 1st round win over NMSU (Mar. 17).
A 2009 graduate of Merced High School in Merced, Calif.
Earned first-team All-Central California Conference honors each of her first two seasons, including being named the conference's MVP her sophomore season.
As a freshman, averaged 14.4 points, 4.0 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 1.0 steals per game on her way to earning first-team all-area and honorable mention all-district honors in addition to be named her team's best offensive player.
Raised her game a few notches as a sophomore, as she averaged 16.6 points, 8.8 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 4.0 steals per game in earning first-team all-district and team MVP recognition in addition to being named to ESPN Rise Magazine's `Players to Watch' Third Team.
Was also team captain her sophomore year.
An outstanding all-around athlete, also competed in track and won the 100m hurdles and was runner-up in the high jump.
Earned All-CCC All-Academic honors in 2006 and 2007.
Did not compete her last two years in high school because of injury.
Was coached in basketball by John Bliss.
Was an honor roll student all four years in high school.
Major is communication and is in ASU's Barrett Honors College.
Parents are Damon and Verdistine Mann.
Has one brother, Malcolm, and one sister, Olivia.
Comes from a very athletic family. Cousin (Brent Lett) played basketball for four years at Southwest Christian College in Texas; uncle (Sam King) wrestled for two years at Cal Poly; cousin (Melanie King) was on the track and field team at CSU Chico; cousin (Lee Evans) competed in track and field at CSU San Jose and would go on to win Olympic gold medals in the 400-meter-dash and the 4x400-meter-relay at the 1968 Olympiads held in Mexico City. He set world record in both events, 43.86 seconds in the 400-meter-dash and 2:56.16 seconds in the 4x400-meter-relays.
Hobbies include writing, listening to music, surfing the Internet and hanging out with friends.
Born June 3, 1991 in Merced, Calif.
Full name is Deja Monique Mann.