The following is a photo gallery of TCU vs. Houston Sunday afternoon.
2013-14 Season Preview
Following a stellar freshman campaign in which she was honored with Honorable Mention All-Big 12 and All-Big 12 Freshman honors, look for Zahna Medley to push for first-team all-conference accolades in 2013-14 as she is already considered to be one of the elite guards in the conference as a sophomore. A dangerous and consistent shooter from deep, Medley is only going to get better with time and has a chance to see her numbers increase this upcoming season after gaining valuable experience during league play against some of the nation's elite point guards. Look for the Illinois native to pick up right where she left off during her freshman season and once again shine for the Frogs.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE) Unanimous Big 12 First-Team All-Freshman Team Honorable Mention All-Big 12
Medley was honored following the season as a unanimous first team selection to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team ... Medley, who also earned All-Big 12 Honorable Mention accolades, led TCU in scoring this season, averaging 12.9 points per game ... She ranked No. 1 among all league freshmen in scoring and assists ... The Illinois native, who earned Big 12 Freshman of the Week accolades four times in 2012-13, ranked in the top 20 among all freshmen in the NCAA this season in points per game, while ranking third nationally among freshmen in assists per contest, averaging 4.3 ... Medley was also the only freshmen in the entire country and the Big 12 to record 13 or more assists in a single-game this season, having accomplished the feat against Oklahoma in January ... Medley scored in double-figures 10 times in league games this season ... She hit the 20-point mark six times, which was the most of any newcomer in the conference, which included a 21-point outing at the Big 12 Conference Tournament in Dallas ... Medley led TCU in assists in 16 games in league play and tallied four or more assists in a conference game 12 times, including double-digit assists in two outings ... She was the only rookie in the Big 12 to rank in the top 15 overall in scoring (No. 15) and assists (No. 6) ... Medley also wrapped-up her first year on campus, ranking No. 3 in three-point field goals per game and sixth in 3-point field goal percentage ... Medley's 35 points against Kansas in February were the most in a single-game by a TCU freshman since Tricia Payne connected for 36 points against Lamar in 1998 ... Overall, Medley was the only newcomer in the entire conference to score 35 or more points in a game this season ... She joined All-America honorees Baylor's Brittney Griner and K-State's Brittany Chambers as the only players in the Big 12 to record that many points in a single-game during the season ... In all, only two other freshmen in the entire country scored more than Medley's 35 points in a single game ... Medley recorded her first career double-double with 11 points and 13 assists against Oklahoma at home ... By dishing out 13 assists, Medley set a new school and DMC record for assists in a single-game ... Her 13 assists broke Emma Wilson's 12 against SMU on Jan. 25, 1997 ... She fell just three assists short of tying the men's record for assists in a single-game of 16 ... Medley was the only rookie in the Big 12 to have three games of six or more three's ... She had a game for the ages, scorching SMU for 27 points ... During the game, the freshman hit nine three's on only 12 attempts, which helped rewrite both the TCU and Big 12 record books ... Medley tied the program and DMC record with nine triples by Amy Sutton Porter against Air Force in 1999 ... Medley broke Jill Suttons' previous all-time freshman record for three's in a single-game ... Medley's nine three's ranks tied for the fourth-best mark all-time in Big 12 history ... In all, she led TCU in scoring in 12 games, while leading the Frogs in assists in 22 games ... Scored in double-figures in 19 of the 30 games, while hitting the 20-point barrier five times, including once for 30 or more ... Nationally, she ranked 88th overall in assists per game (4.3) and No. 40 in the NCAA in three-point field goals per game (2.57).
Springfield High School
Medley, who was a two-time first-team selection on the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette Girls All-State Basketball Team, helped Springfield finish fourth overall at the Class 3A Girls State Basketball Tournament ... During her four-year career, Medley, who scored a career-high of 37 points and was voted the State Journal-Register Central State Eight Conference Female Athlete of the Year, racked up a total of 2,617 points, the most in school history by either a male or female ... She averaged 24.2 points per game during her senior campaign, while connecting on 79 3-pointers ... Medley, a three-time State Journal-Register Central State Eight Conference Player of the Year and the 2011-12 IBS Illinois Player of the Year, averaged 50.4 percent from the field and over 80 percent from the charity stripe ... She holds program records for assists (531), 3-pointers made (264) and attempted (667), steals (435), double-figure games (123), free throws made (525) and attempted (668), games played (139), field goals made (910) and attempts (1,876) ... Medley, a three-time first team 3A all-state selection, will make her way to Fort Worth next fall after being named the Player of the Year by multiple outlets during both her junior and senior seasons ... A three-star rated recruit by ESPN/HoopGurlz, Medley, who was considered the 155th best player in the country and No. 33 amongst point guards overall by Dan Olson Collegiate Girls Report, has garnered all-state honors each of the past three season's by the Chicago Sun Times and was a unanimous all-state honoree by the Associated Press this past year ... Following her senior season, she was voted fifth overall in the Illinois Ms. Basketball voting ... Led her team to the state playoffs four years in a row.