Corinne Turner
Corinne  Turner


Glen Cove, NY

High School:
Christ the King




Sophomore Year (2004-05)

Played in 29 games ... Averaged 2.8 points and 1.6 rebounds per game ... Also recorded career season bests with 19 assists and 13 steals ... Tallied a season-best 10 points against St. Bonaventure (1/23/05) and had a career-high five rebounds versus North Carolina State (12/21/04) ... Scored six points against Yale (1/7/05) ... Played a season-high 19 minutes versus Fordham (A-10 Tour.) (3/5/05) and scored five points and pulled down four rebounds ... Scored a point in 20-of-29 appearances ... Tied her season high with 10 points at North Carolina (NCAA) (3/22/05).

Freshman Year (2003-04)

Appeared in 22 games ... Averaged 2.3 points and 2.0 rebounds per outing ... Scored her first collegiate points with two free throws versus Arizona State (11/29/03) ... Tallied a career-high 15 points against Richmond (1/16/04) ... Dished out a personal-best four assists at Duquesne (2/22/04) ... Played a career-high 20 minutes at Howard (12/6/03) ... Grabbed at least one rebound in 18-of-22 appearances ... Pulled down a season-best four rebounds versus Saint Joseph's (1/10/04), Richmond (1/16/04), Quinnipiac (12/27/03) and at Howard (12/6/03).

High School

Member of perennial high school power Christ the King ... Four-year varsity letterwinner ... Ranked 33rd among the 2003 senior class by Blue Star Basketball ... Helped lead Christ the King to three Queen Diocese titles, three city crowns and three state championships ... Also helped the squad to a No. 1 national ranking and the NIKE Tournament of Champions title as a senior ... Averaged 11.0 points and 8.0 rebounds for the Lady Royals ... Selected as a McDonald's All-America Team finalist ... Member of the Liberty Belles AAU team.


Corinne Turner ... Born May 13, 1985, in Long Island, NY ... Daughter of Betty King and Bobby Turner ... One brother, Jerry and two sisters, Deniqua and Angela ... Majoring in sociology.

McKeown on Turner: "Corinne is quick of the dribble. She can go by a lot of big people and get to the foul line. She creates offensive opportunities for herself and is one of the best rebounders we have."

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