The Future: Cole Ready For Big Things As A Horned Frog

May 16, 2012

FORT WORTH, Texas - After having one of the most prolific high school careers in Texas 2A history, Kamy Cole could have a huge impact on the TCU women's basketball program during the 2012-13 school year.

Cole, a three-time state tournament MVP, shined during her final season for four-time state champion Brock High School, posting three games of 40-plus, including a career-high 42-point game earlier this year. Cole carried the Brock offense in her final high school game, finishing with 19 points and 10 rebounds at the Frank Erwin Center on the campus of Texas.

The DFW East/West All-Star girls basketball game participant, who was a Texas McDonald's All-American, earned numerous awards during her high school career, including district and state tournament MVP accolades, to go along with all-region and multiple all-state selections following her senior season. Cole, who garnered the prestigious TABC 2A Player of the Year honor, averaged 25.6 points per game, 8.8 boards per game and 3.6 assists per contest in her final year for Brock.

Cole, a four-star rated recruit, will don the Purple and White in 2012-13 after ranking as the No. 46 overall rated guard nationally according to ESPN/HoopGurlz. She also ranked as high as the No. 14 rated player in the state of Texas according to Premier Basketball Report during the course of her senior season. Cole, who was ranked No. 42 among all guards in the nation according to the Dan Olson Collegiate Girls Report, was a four-time all-state and all-region selection. Overall, Cole helped the Lady Eagles capture four different state championships in basketball and track and field, respectively.

The future Horned Frog has excelled recently on the track as well, capturing the UIL Track and Field Championship in the girls 800 meters, clocking a personal-best time of 2:15.67. She also earned runner-up accolades in the girls 1600-meter run with a seasonal-best time of 5:11.97. She closed out her track and field career with nine gold medals and three runner-up performances for Brock High School.