22   Amanda Corral
Amanda  Corral


Hobart, Ind.

High School:




2015 Victors Honors the Accomplishments of NIU Student-Athletes

The sixth annual awards show was held Monday at the Egyptian Theatre in DeKalb


Quartet of Huskies Named Academic All-MAC

Academic All-American Amanda Corral highlights list of Huskies


Amanda Corral Named First Team All-MAC; Kelly Smith All-Freshman

Corral is the first Huskie since 2007 to earn the honor


Strong Defense Not Enough in NIU'S MAC Tournament Opener

NIU fell to Central Michigan, 49-44, holding the Chips to 32 percent shooting


NIU's Road to Cleveland Starts at Home Versus CMU

The Huskies are hosting its first MAC Tournament game since 2012


NIU-Miami (Ohio) Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 60-49 victory over Miami (Ohio). Freshmen Kelly Smith and Renee Sladek each recorded double-doubles as NIU limited the RedHawks to less than 50 points, the fifth different opponent to score in the 40s.


NIU-Bowling Green Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 67-50 victory over Bowling Green, NIU's first over the Falcons since a four overtime victory in 2004.


NIU-Kent State Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 66-49 victory over Kent State.


NIU-Valparaiso Highlights

Highlights from the Huskies 65-50 loss versus Valparaiso. NIU shot 50-percent in the second half.


NIU-Illinois State Highlights

Highlights from NIU's season-opening win over Illinois State, 55-51. Freshman Kelly Smith scored 17-points to lead the Huskies in scoring. It was NIU's first season-opening win since 2009.


NIU defeats Bowling Green, 67-50

The Huskies improved to 5-1 at home against the Falcons to earn their first win over BGSU since 2004.


NIU defeats Kent State, 66-49

The Huskies improved to 4-1 at home as it defeated Kent State, 66-49. NIU also improved to 2-2 in the MAC.


NIU defeats Toledo in Overtime, 68-59

The Huskies outscored the Rockets 28-12 in the final 11 minutes of the game earn its first win over Toledo since 2011.


NIU defeats Kent State, 65-43

The Northern Illinois women's basketball earned a complete team win over the Golden Flashes to improve to 4-4 in the MAC.


Northern Illinois falls to Buffalo, 63-52

Photos from the Huskies first home MAC loss against the Bulls.

• Became the Huskies 27th member of the 1,000-point club February 22, 2014 at home versus Central Michigan
• Perfect 4.0 GPA in physical therapy

• CoSIDA Academic All-District VII selection, only one of two players from MAC to earn the honor
• Third team All-Mid American Conference selection; Academic All-MAC
• Named MAC Scholar Athlete of the Week after averaging 25 points and five boards (Jan. 15)
• Played and started in all 30 games last season, averaging 31.9 minus per game
• Recorded 30-or-more minutes in 21 games; twice played 40-or-more (42 versus Toledo, Feb. 27)
• Averaged 13.5 points (11th in MAC), 4.1 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game
• Totaled a career-high 69 assists during the season
• Finished the year 156-for-368 (.424) from the field
• Reached double figures in scoring 21 times; Scored 20-or-more points in seven games
• Registered a career-high 30 points versus Eastern Michigan, going 10-for-16 from the field (Jan. 12)
• Made 10 field goals three times last season: Lamar (Nov. 30), EMU (Jan. 12), CMU (Feb. 22)
• Was one rebound shy of a double-double versus Mississippi Valley State, scoring 14 points (Nov. 12)
• Tied her career-high for three-pointers made at Miami (Ohio), going 4-of-6 and scoring 24 (Jan. 18)
• Averaged 1.1 steals per game, recording three in a game twice (last: at Bowling Green, Jan. 26)
• Was 8-of-9 at the free throw line versus Eastern Michigan (Jan. 12)
• Distributed five assists twice last year: versus Bradley (Nov. 21) and Illinois State (Dec. 5)

• Started in all 29 games she appeared in
• Only one of two players in the Mid-American Conference to lead her team in scoring (12.7), rebounds (5.0) and assists (2.0) per game in 2012-13; Tamzin Barroilhet of Kent State accomplished the feat as well
• Twice selected as the Mid-American Conference's Female Scholar Athlete of the Week
• Academic all-MAC
• Finished eighth in the MAC in scoring average at 12.7 points per game
• Established single season career highs in points (369), made field goals (129), assists (60) and steals (33)
• Second on the team and sixth in the league in three-point field goal percentage (.381)
• Her 48 three pointers led the team and was eighth in the MAC
• Tallied 22 double digit scoring efforts, including a season-high 20 points in NIU's 73-52 win over Ohio (Feb. 20)
• Finished fourth in the MAC and led the team in free throw percentage (.797)
• Recorded her third double-double of her career scoring 18 points and grabbing a career-high 12 rebounds at Western Michigan (March 6).

• Started and scored in all 31 games, averaging 31.7 minutes per game
• Ranked second on the team in scoring by averaging 10.0 points per game and was top three in assists (47), steals (21), and rebounds (149)
• Led team in scoring on six occasions while leading the team in rebounds seven times
• Led team and MAC in 3-point shooting percentage at 45.1 percent, which is good for the all-time best single season performance in school history
• Scored in double digits 16 times
• Recorded a double-doubles twice, first against Temple (Nov. 20, 16 points, 10 rebounds) and then at Indiana (Dec. 17, 15 points, 10 rebounds)...shot over 50 percent from the field in 12 games
• Logged 40 or more minutes four times with her season-high of 43 coming vs. Western Illinois (11/16/11)
• Posted her most efficient and highest scoring game of the season vs. Western Michigan (March 3) as she was 9-for-12, and 3-for-3 on threes, with 21 points
• Was perfect on three-pointers five times
• Pulled down 10 rebounds three times and had 19 games with five or more rebounds
• Handed out three or more assists eight times with her season-best of five coming against Central Michigan (Jan. 5)
• Had 15 or more points seven times.

• Four-year varsity letter winner and team MVP the Hobart Brickies
• Averaged 17.9 points, 5.0 steals and 4.0 rebounds per game as a senior before tearing her anterior cruciate ligament in the fourth game of the season
• Named a McDonald's All-American nominee as a senior
• Also named to Indiana All-Star Team and received the John Wooden Citizenship Award during halftime of the game at Conseco Fieldhouse
• In 22 games as a junior, averaged 16.0 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.0 steals per game
• Garnered Indiana All-Star Team and First Team All-State selections as a junior
• Chosen as a First Team All-Area player by the Northwest Indiana Times and Post-Tribune as a junior and sophomore
• Tallied 15.4 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game in 18 contests as a sophomore
• Posted 9.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 steals per game in 21 games as a freshman
• Earned First Team All-Conference honors in each of her first three seasons as a Brickie.

• Daughter of Jose and Phyllis Corral
• Born October 12, 1992 in Merrillville, Ind.
• Member of the National Honor Society
• Graduated with Academic Honors Diploma
• Involved with food pantries, Giving Tree, and raising money for breast cancer
• Enjoys spending time with her twin sister, Alycia. Majoring in Physical Therapy.

Minutes: 45, at UIC (12/22/12)
Field Goals 10, three times, last; vs Central Michigan (2/22/14)
Field Goals Attempted: 23, vs Central Michigan (2/22/14)
Three Pointers Made: 4, twice, last; at Miami (1/18/14)
Three Pointers Attempted: 7, three times, last; at Western Michigan (3/6/13)
Free Throws Made: 8, three times, last; vs Eastern Michigan (1/12/14)
Free Throws Attempted: 9, vs Eastern Michigan (1/12/14)
Rebounds: 12, at Western Michigan (3/6/13)
Assists: 6, at Ohio (2/6/13)
Blocks: 2, vs Davidson (11/17/12)
Steals: 4, twice, last; at Ohio (2/6/13)
Points: 30, vs Eastern Michigan (1/12/14)

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