Jennifer Decuir
Jennifer  Decuir


Long Beach, Calif.

High School:
Saint Joseph HS '00

Last College:
Cerritos College



Human Development


Aggies open Big West Tournament against UCSB

In the semifinals for the third consecutive year, top-seeded UC Davis takes on No. 4 UC Santa Barbara


Outright Big West title within reach in regular season finale

Aggies battle Matadors with trophy, top-seed, and WNIT automatic berth on the line


Aggies hit the road for regular season finales

UC Davis takes on Long Beach State and UC Irvine in battle for tournament seeding


Aggies celebrate seniors in 2016 home finale

UC Davis celebrates the careers of its departing senior class on Saturday against CSUN


Key battles with Big West's best next for Aggies

UC Davis bids 'aloha' to Hawai'i in Honolulu before coming home to take on league-leading UC Riverside

2002-03: ALL-CCAA SECOND TEAM... Started every game except road outing at Sonoma State (1/3)... Scored 396 points (14.7 ppg)... Also had 94 rebounds (3.5 rpg), 93 assists (3.4 apg) and team-best 63 steals... Led team in three-pointers made (36) and attempted (120) for a .290 percentage... Shot .407 (142-349) from the floor, .752 (76-101) from the line... Ranked 12th among CCAA leaders in scoring, 11th in field-goal percentage, 11th in assists and 6th in steals... Scoring total is highest ever by a first-year transfer to UC Davis (previous bests were Brenda Wyneken's 337 in 1981-82 and Lori Ann Donnell's 311 in 1991-92)... Led off season by earning all-tournament honors at Chico State's Coslet Classic, scoring 17 points vs. Humboldt State (11/22) followed by 22 vs. Southern Oregon (11/23)... Also shot 14-for-26 (.538) from the field and had 11 assists in the tourney... Scored in double figures in first eight games and 23 overall during the season... Tallied season-high 28 points vs. S.F. State (2/7), hitting 10 of 16 from field, including 4 of 8 from beyond the three-point arc... Scored 20-plus in four games... Put up 21 each in road games at Chico State (12/7) and Cal Poly Pomona (2/14)... Narrowly missed double-double with 17 points and 9 assists in home finale vs. Grand Canyon (3/1)... Led team in scoring six times, assists eight times (including final five games of the season)... Scored 17 second-half points to help Aggies overcome 10-point halftime deficit in win at UC San Diego (1/25)... Recorded 11 steals during season's final weekend: 6 at Cal State L.A. (3/7) and 5 at Cal St. Dominguez Hills (3/8).

CERRITOS COLLEGE: Averaged 12.7 ppg, 4.3 apg and 3.4 rpg as a sophomore in 2001-02... Converted 42 percent from field, 78 percent from free-throw line... Team went 29-6 (including 10-0 in league) and reached California Commision on Athletics (COA) state semifinals... Named to All-South Coast Conference first team... Selected as MVP of Orange Coast Tournament.

HUMBOLDT STATE: Played freshman year for former Aggie Pam Martin, averaging 9.0 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 5.0 apg in 2000-01... Shot 42 percent from the field, 71 percent from the line... Named to Humboldt Classic all-tournament team.

SAINT JOSEPH HS '00: Earned All-Del Rey League honors all four years, including first-team honors in each of last three seasons... Won second-team All-Southern Section honors as a sophomore and junior, then first-team status as a senior... Selected to Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team as a junior and senior and Los Angeles Times All-Area team as a senior... Distinguished nominee for Lakewood Hall of Fame in each of her last two seasons... Twice voted team MVP plus Offensive Player of the Year as a sophomore and Rookie of the Year as a freshman... Key stats: 19.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 3.7 apg in 1999-2000; 24.9 ppg, 5.1 rpg, 4.0 in 1998-99; 19.5 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 3.7 apg in 1997-98; 15.4 ppg, 3.7 rpg, 3.4 apg in 1996-97.

PERSONAL: Born Oct. 23, 1982 in Los Angeles, Calif.... Majoring in human development... Parents are Christopher & Suzzette Decuir... Name is pronounced "deh-CURE"... Career highlight was hitting winning free throws with :08 remaining to lead Cerritos over L.A. Trade Tech... Coincidentally, L.A. Trade Tech is her father's alma mater... Sports hero is Wilt Chamberlain, non-sports hero is her brother, Ben... Given the opportunity to assemble three famous figures to a dinner, she would invite Chamberlain, Mother Teresa and virologist Jonas Salk... Would title her autobiography, "Quiet Courage"... Her dream vacation would be to visit the pyramids in Egypt.