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.
A second half surge by NIU wasn't enough as it outscored the Crusaders in the period, 35-27.
2014-15: • Appeared in 27 games and made one start at Toledo (Feb. 18) • Averaged 1.9 points, and 1.1 rebounds in 17.0 minutes per game • Made NIU debut versus Valparaiso, dishing one assist in 10 minutes (Nov. 20) • Scored a season-high 11 points versus Ball State, going 3-for-6 behind the arc, while dishing three assists (Feb. 21) • Registered a season-high four assists versus Akron (Feb. 7) • Missed first two games of the season recovering from injury • Helped the Huskies to the second-best turnovers per game rate in the NCAA (10.6/G)
2013-14: Suffered season-ending leg injury in October that forced her to miss the season
2012-13: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer regulations
WISCONSIN (2011-12): • Played in 27 games, starting one, for Wisconsin during the 2011-12 season • Averaged 9.5 minutes per game • Played in her first career game at Milwaukee (Nov. 11), scoring first two career points • Had first career start at Kansas (Dec. 8) • Played a season-high 25 minutes at Iowa (Jan. 19) and at Nebraska (Feb. 19) • Averaged 2.1 points per game • Netted nine points on 3-of-5 shooting from 3-point range against Boston College (Nov. 30) • Scored nine points against Michigan State (Feb. 16), shooting 4-of-5 from the field • Had a career-high 10 points at Nebraska (Feb. 19), shooting 3-of-6 from the field, including 2-of-4 from 3-point range • Added a career-high four rebounds against the Huskers • Averaged 0.5 rebounds per game • Dished off a career-high three assists vs. Minnesota (March 1) • Averaged 0.7 assists per game • Had a career-high two steals vs. Boston College (Nov. 30).
WAYNE HIGH SCHOOL: • Four-year member of the varsity basketball team at Wayne High School for coach Mark Redding • Finished high school career with 1,604 points, 688 assists and 478 steals • Named all-conference four times, all-area all four years and all-state three times • 2011 Indiana All-Star • 2011 McDonalds All-American Game nominee • Named to the 2010 Junior All-Star Core team • Named team MVP in 2010 & 2011 • Played in Midwest Elite All-Star Classic • Team was 2009 Indiana 3A state champion • Played for the Lady Legit AAU team for coaches Juan Gorman and Arthur Gregory • Team was AAU national champion • Played in Freshman Super Showcase in 2007 • Also a letterwinner on the volleyball team • Three-year letterwinner on the softball team • Named Most Improved, MVP and won Golden Glove Award • National Honor Society President in 2010 & 2011
PERSONAL/MISCELLANEOUS: • Parents are Juan and Adrianne Gorman • Has four siblings, Kevin (17), Jordan (12), Payton (7) and Sydney (5) • Major is child development and psychology
GORMAN'S CAREER HIGHS Minutes: 28, vs Ball State (2/21/15) Field Goals Made: 4, vs Ball State (2/21/15) Field Goals Attempted: 8, vs Ball State (2/21/15) Three Points Made: 3,vs Ball State (2/21/15) Three Points Attempted: 6, vs Ball State (2/21/15) Free Throws Made: 2, three times, last; at Toledo (2/18/15) Free Throws Attempted: 2, five times, last; at Toledo (2/18/15) Rebounds: 3, vs Miami (Ohio) (2/4/15) Assists: 2, three times, last; vs Akron (2/7/15) Blocks: 1, vs Western Michigan (2/11/15) Steals: 2, at Missouri (12/14/14) Points: 11, vs Ball State (2/21/15)