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Da'Jourie Turner
Da'Jourie  Turner

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Detroit, Mich.

High School:
Warren Fitzgerald HS

Height:
5-6

Position:
Guard

Major:
Sport Management


2014-15: Recorded a career high going two-for-two from behind the arc (seven points) and posted four assists against UMass (11/16) ... scored nine points in a 61-56 win over Richmond (11/27) ... made first season start against Memphis with six points (12/6) ... had seven points and three assists in a 74-69 victory over Oakland (12/28) scored in double-digits (13 points) for the first time this season in a 98-89 loss to Dayton (12/31) ... broke three career highs in points (15), assists (5) and field goals made (5) in win over Kent State (1/3) ... scored ten points while tying two career highs in rebounds (7) and steals (3) against Buffalo (1/7) ... played a career high in minutes with 35 in a win against Northern Illinois (1/10) ... had 13 points and seven rebounds in a 60-54 win over Miami (1/14) ... tallied 11 points, three steals and three assists in a 74-66 loss to Ohio (1/31) ... scored a career high 21 points, going six for six from the line in a 57-54 win over Bowling Green (2/4) ... added 16 points and set a career high in steals with four against Western Michigan (2/7) ... scored a career high of 23 points in a 63-51 win over Western Michigan (2/21) ... led the Chippewas in scoring with 20 points against NIU (2/25) ... recorded 21 points, also going 8-10 at the free throw line in a 62-53 loss to Toledo (2/28).

2013-14: [Game-by-Game] Appeared in all 32 games, making eight starts ... started seven of the first eight games of the season ... scored in double figures eight times ... scored in double figures for the first time in her career with 14 points at Massachusetts (11/10) ... scored a career-high 15 points versus Ohio (2/2) ... dished out a career-high four assists at Western Michigan (1/25) and versus Buffalo (2/6) ... scored 11 points in the MAC semifinal versus Akron (3/14) ... finished second on the team with 80 free throws made.

2012-13: [Game-by-Game] Appeared in 22 games as a true freshman ... played a season-high 20 minutes at Purdue (12/2) ... scored a season-high five points versus South Dakota State (11/23) ... dished out a season-high three assists versus Robert Morris (12/17) ... played double digit minutes six times.

High School: Three-time district champ ... named a first-team All-State selection following junior campaign ... named All-State Special Mention by the Associated Press following senior season ... All-Macomb honoree ... broke Macomb County scoring record by scoring 47 points in a game as a junior ... averaged 28 points per game over last two seasons ... played AAU for Top Ten under coach Dwayne Scott for nine years ... chose CMU over Toledo, Nebraska, Detroit, Dayton, Eastern Michigan, Western Michigan, Akron and Cleveland State.

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