|Hometown:||North Little Rock, Ark.|
|High School:||North Little Rock HS|
In 2010-11: played in 27 games for Coach Mitts’ Lions, averaging 18.5 minutes per contest…Michelle set a new career best against Avila University on Nov. 26 as she scored 27 points on 9-of-15 from the field and 9-of-11 from the charity stripe… pulled down a season best 13 boards against the Eagles…Michelle set a career-high with four assists in the overtime defeat of the NCAA D-II defending National Champions Emporia State Lady Hornets in Joplin on Feb. 2…played a season high 36 minutes in the conference opener at Truman on Dec. 1.
In 2009-10: played in and started all 28 games for Coach Mitts’ Lions, averaging 23.3 minutes per contest…Michelle had a career best year for the Lions, rewriting all but her career steals mark…set her points mark at Truman with 19 and on nine field goals made…made her first career three-pointer as a Lion at Central Missouri…made seven free-throws (7-of-8 87.5 percent) at Nebraska-Omaha…pulled down career best 14 boards at home against Nebraska-Omaha and a career second-best 11 at home against Central Missouri…dished out three assists against Arkansas-Ft. Smith…played a season high 36 minutes at home against Nebraska-Omaha.
In 2008-09: Scored 6.1 ppg and averaged 4.1 rpg while seeing action in all 29 games as a freshman for the Lions last year ... started off her college career with a bang by averaging 13 ppg and 6.0 rpg in her first five games last season ... produced a career-best 16 points in the Lions' win over Paul Quinn (11/16/08) ... made an impact on the glass by blocking a team-high 19 shots and finishing second with 49 offensive boards.
In High School: Helped the North Little Rock Wildcats to a state championship in 2006 ... averaged 10.6 ppg and 6.7 rpg as a junior ... also played volleyball, where she earned all-conference and all-state honors in 2007.
Personal: Business Management emphasis in Marketing Management major ... born May 20, 1990 in Little Rock, Ark. ... daughter of Mary and the late Mike Hedgecock.