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2014 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll
2013-14 (SOPHOMORE): Started 13 games during her junior campaign and averaged 21 minutes per contest ... played in every game of the year ... stretch from late November to early January where she started 10 straight contests ... poured in a career-high 16 points against New Mexico State (11/12) ... scored 196 points on the year for a 5.3 points per game average ... kicked off the year with three double-digit scoring efforts ... knockdown shooter from the outside, shooting 35.8% from long distance, which ranked eighth in C-USA ... 31 out of 43 field goals connected on the year were three pointers ... converted 51-69 from the FT line (73.9%) ... dished out 79 assists on the year, to only 52 turnovers (1.5 A/TO ratio) ... played some of her best ball in the final four regular season games, scoring 35 points in 102 minutes ... averaged 19 minutes per contest during the Miners postseason run ... tied a career-best by knocking down three treys in C-USA tournament game against Southern Miss (3/14).
PRIOR TO UTEP: Native of El Paso who helped lead New Mexico Junior College to back-to-back Western Junior College Athletic Conference championships and a combined record of 56-11 ... in 2011-12 NMJC qualified for the NJCAA National Tournament for the first time in school history ... two-time All WJCAC performer, earning second-team honors in 2012-13 while securing honorable-mention accolades as a freshman ... also an All-Region 5 team member in 2012-13 ... paced team and ranked in the top five in the WJCAC for assist-to-turnover ratio (2.4, 2nd), assists per game (4.1, 3rd), steals per game (2.1, 3rd), three-point percentage (53-of-143, 37.1, 4th) and points per game (13.2, 5th) ... tallied 21 double-digit scoring games while posting 13 contests with at least five assists and coming up with two or more steals 16 times ... overall in two years at NMJC, scored 665 points, registered 220 assists and made 58 steals in 60 total games played ... previously starred at Burges High School, averaging 18.4 points per game and drilling 101 three-pointers to help it win a bi-district playoff game in 2011 ... earned All-State honors in Class 4A by the Texas Girls Coaches Association for her efforts as a senior at BHS.
PERSONAL: Last name is pronounced Tay-yase ... daughter of Richard & Dolores Telles ... started playing basketball at the age of three ... favorite player is Lebron James.

Stacie Telles

Stacie  Telles


El Paso, Texas

High School:
Burges HS

Last College:
New Mexico Junior College




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