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Skyler Gill - Women's Basketball - Kansas Jayhawks

Skyler Gill

Position Guard/Forward
Height 5-10
Class Junior
Hometown Wichita, Kan.
High School Hardin County HS / North Alabama

2023-24 (Junior)
Played 31 games in her first season at Kansas…Finished with 66 points (2.0 per game), 38 rebounds (1.2 per game) and grabbed 14 steals…Averaged 10.5 minutes a game with a season high of 22 minutes against Northwestern State (Nov. 8)Scored her 600th career point to help beat No. 10 Kansas State (Feb. 25), finishing with four points and two blocks… Saw action against Michigan and USC in her first NCAA Tournament games. 

Prior to Kansas
While at North Alabama, was a two-time ASUN Conference Defensive Player of the Year (2022, 2023) and All-ASUN Second Team selection…Named the ASUN Freshman of the Year in 2022, which also included a spot on the ASUN All-Freshman Team…Five times selected as the ASUN Freshman of the Week while earning the league’s Newcomer of the Week honor once…Started 52-of-53 games played at UNA, averaging 10.3 points and 8.5 rebounds per game…Has totaled 161 blocked shots in 53 games for an average of 3.0 per game…Had nine double-doubles as a sophomore after seven during her freshman season… Led the ASUN in blocks in both seasons, finishing 11th nationally as a freshman and No. 9 in the country last season…Averaged 10.3 points, 8.5 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and 2.6 assists per game while shooting 38.4 percent from the field in her collegiate career…Scored a career-high 23 points during her sophomore season at No. 4 Ohio State (Nov. 27), and had a career-best 17 rebounds on two occasions as a freshman…Set the UNA single-season record for blocked shots during both of her years at the school…Played her prep career at Hardin County High School, where she helped her team to a pair of district titles, including a playoff run that included a regional championship, sub-state title and an appearance in the 3A Kansas State Final Four…Twice tabbed district and district tournament MVP… Named region MVP, all-state all-tournament and all-state.

Women's Basketball 🏀 Women’s Basketball Adds Three for 2023-24

Brandon Schneider announced today the signing of Ryan Cobbins, Paris Gaines and Skyler Gill, who will join Kansas women’s basketball for the upcoming 2023-24 season.