The decade of the 2010s was probably the most successful in UCF Knights women’s basketball history. The Knights won a conference title in 2011 and posted five 20-win campaigns, earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history in 2019.
To do that requires a lot of talent, including some of the best players ever to wear the black and gold, and we’ve tried to capture them here in our all-decade team.
Reminder: To be eligible for the team, you have had to play at least one season between 2010-2019.
Here are our picks:
UCF Women’s Basketball All-Decade Team
|G||Zykira Lewis||2013-2017||#2 UCF all-time in scoring (1883), #1 3FG (271), #4 steals (257)|
|G||Kay Kay Wright||2016-Present||#3 UCF all-time in scoring (1614), #2 assists (494), #3 steals (268)|
|G||Aisha Patrick||2008-2012||#1 UCF all-time in steals (284), only UCF player with 1,000 pts, 800 rebs and 300 ast|
|G||Ne Carter||2009-2013||1,000-point scorer, toop-10 UCF all-time in steals and assists|
|G||D'Nay Daniels||2007-2011||Led UCF in scoring in 2010-11, 8th all-time at UCF in scoring (1217), 6th in rebounds, 8th in FGs, led UCF in FG% twice despite playing as a guard|
|G||Briahanna Jackson||2012-2014||C-USA Freshman of the Year in 2012-13, 783 points in just two seasons|
|G||Chelsie Wiley||2007-2011||4th all-time at UCF in scoring, 7th FG made|
|F||Aliyah Gregory||2014-2018||Finished 6th all-time in scoring at UCF (1437), 4th FGs (578)|
|F||Kayli Keough||2011-2013||Order of Pegasus, 503 points and 262 rebounds in just two seasons|
|F||Nyala Shuler||2014-2019||4th all-time UCF in rebounds, led team in rebounding twice|
|F||Masseny Kaba||2017-Present||AAC All-Freshman Team, on pace for top-10 all-time at UCF in rebounds|
|C||Erika Jones||2010-2014||Finished #3 all-time at UCF in rebounds (882), led team in rebounds twice|
|C||Brittni Montgomery||2012-2014||Led UCF in rebounds and FG% twice, school record for rebounds in a game (24, 2x)|
|C||Joslyn Massey||2014-2017||Led UCF in rebounds and FG% twice, 8th all-time in career FG% (50.3%)|