Reasor's News

Tulsa Shock's Skylar Diggins Coming to Reasor's

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, September 11th as Reasor's (15th & Lewis) will host a meet & greet appearance with the Tulsa Shock's Skylar Diggins. Skylar will be signing autographs and taking photos from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm in the store. The event will begin at 4:30 pm; KRAV will be on hand for a radio remote and giving away 100 tickets to the Tulsa Shock's final home game this season at the BOK Center and Reasor's Fan Appreciation Night on Thursday, September 12th brought to you by Reasor's and Jumba Juice. Tickets will be available on a first come, first serve basis.

About Skylar Diggins
Born and raised in South Bend, IL... Attended Washington High School (Ind.), where she led her team to a 26-1 slate, a runner-up finish in the 2009 Indiana Class 4A State Tournament and a No. 4 national and No. 2 Midwest Region ranking by USA Today... Finished her prep career with 2,790 points (25.9 ppg.), the third-highest girls' scoring total in Indiana history..... McDonald's All-American (2009), was named co-MVP of the McDonalds? High School All-American Game at Nortre Dame majored in Business Management and Maintained a 3.91 GPA in high school, ranked No. 6 among 300 students in AP and honors courses and was a member of the National Honor Society.. Daughter of Renee Scott and Tige Diggins and stepdaughter to Maurice Scott; has three brothers, Destyn Diggins, Maurice Scott, Jr. and Tige Diggins, Jr.; and one sister, Haneefah Davis

Skylar is a three-time All-American. She led Notre Dame to NCAA title game as a sophomore and junior, earning Regional MOP and Final Four All-Tournament honors each time. BIG EAST Player of Year as junior and senior; three-time All-BIG EAST First Team and three-time BIG EAST All-Academic selection. Teamed first 3 years with current WNBA 1st round picks Devereaux Peters, Natalie Novosel as Irish went to Final Four in 2012 and 2013. ND's all-time leader in career scoring and steals, she also ranks No. 2 in assists. First ND player to reach 2,000 pts, 500 assists, 500 rebounds in career; Fighting Irish career leader in steals, FTs made and attempted, games started, minutes played. She started all but one game in her career, giving up starting role on 2/26/11 in order for walk-on Mary Forr to start on Senior Day. 2012-13: Finalist for Wooden and Lieberman awards as well as Naismith Trophy; BIG EAST Player of Year; led Irish to a No. 1 seed in NCAAs. 2011-12: Leiberman Award winner as nation's top guard; All-America pick (State Farm Coaches, AP, Wooden), BIG EAST POY, First-Team all-conference, Raleigh Regional MOP and All-Final Four Teams. Fourth Div. I player since 2001-02 to register 600 points, 200 assists, 100 steals in a season. Among BIG EAST leaders, ranked first in assists and steals, fourth in scoring; set ND season steals record. Had ND's first post-season triple-double (in NCAA Regional vs. Maryland, 22 pts, 11 assts, 10 rebs). 2010-11: All-America (State Farm), First-Team All-BIG EAST, Dayton Regional MOP, Final Four All-Tournament Team. 2009 Gatorade Nat'l HS Athlete of Year... Two-time Gatorade Indiana POY. MISC: Worked at ESPN during the summer of 2012.

Skylar was selected in the First round (3rd overall) by the Tulsa Shock in the 2013 WNBA Draft.