Teana Muldrow

#11 Teana Muldrow

F | Sr. | 6-1 | East Orange, N.J. | East Orange HS

2016-17 (Junior)

  • All-Big 12 Honorable Mention
  • Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team
  • Savannah Invitational All-Tournament Team
  • Tallied 508 points (14.5 ppg), grabbed 299 rebounds (8.5 rpg), dished out 89 assists (2.5 apg), and blocked 39 shots (1.1 bpg) in and 34 games started and 35 games played
  • Shot 48.2 percent (186-of-386) from the field, which ranked second on the team and 37.2 percent (32-of-86) from three-point range
  • Registered double-figure scoring in 30-of-35 games and nine double-doubles
  • Reached double-figure rebounds in 12 games
  • Became the fourth junior to reach 500 or more points in a season with 508
  • Her 299 rebounds were seventh-most in a single-season by a Mountaineer
  • Became the 33rd Mountaineer in program history to reach 1,000 career points with her career-high 25 points in the win over TCU (Feb. 22)
  • Set multiple top-10 marks on WVU’s junior single-season list: third in rebounds (299), fifth in points (508), fifth in made field goals (186), fifth in offensive rebounds (92), fifth in blocked shots (39), tied for fifth in games started (34), tied for sixth in double-doubles (nine), seventh in made free throws (104), seventh in rebounds per game (8.5), ninth in minutes played (1,039), 10th in free throw percentage (78.2%) and tied for 10th in games played (35)
  • Ranked in multiple Big 12 statistical categories: third in rebounds per game (8.5 rpg), third in defensive rebounds per game (5.9 drpg), seventh in points per game (14.5 ppg), eighth in offensive rebounds (2.6 orpg), 10th in steals per game (1.3 spg), 11th in free throw percentage (78.2%), 12th in field goal percentage (48.2%), 15th in blocked shots per game (1.1 bpg) and 15th in minutes played per game (29.7 mpg).
  • Appeared in eight NCAA national rankings: 46th in rebounds (299), 81st in rebounds per game (8.5 rpg), 91st in field goal percentage (48.2%), 124th in field goals made (186), 133rd in final points (508), 143rd in free throw percentage (78.2%), 206th in blocked shots per game (1.1 bpg) and 236th in points per game (14.5 ppg)
  • Registered her second career double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds in the win over ECU (Nov. 23)
  • Paced the Mountaineers with 14 rebounds and registering eight points in the Savannah Invitational Championship win over Auburn (Nov. 24); garnering All-Tournament Team accolades
  • Netted third double-double of the year with 18 points and 13 rebounds, while matching a season-high three blocks and three steals against Morehead State (Nov. 30)
  • Led West Virginia with 16 points and seven rebounds against No. 2 Baylor (Jan. 4)
  • Recorded 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds against No. 16 Texas (Jan. 14)
  • Led WVU with 20 points and eight rebounds at No. 2 Baylor (Jan. 21)
  • Netted 22 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out a career-best seven assists vs. Texas Tech (Jan. 25)
  • Inked her fifth double-double of the season with 22 points and 13 rebounds, which included 12-of-13 free throw makes, at No. 19 Oklahoma (Feb. 7)
  • Scored a career-high 25 points and grabbed a game-best 14 rebounds in the win over TCU (Feb. 22)
  • With a free throw make at the 5:10 mark in the second quarter vs. TCU (Feb. 22), she became the 33rd Mountaineer to reach the 1,000-point plateau 
  • Collected eighth double-double of the season with 19 points and a team-leading 10 rebounds at Oklahoma State (Feb. 25)
  • Became the first Mountaineer since Korinne Campbell in 2010 to register three consecutive double-doubles with 15 points and 11 rebounds against Kansas (Feb. 27)
  • Finished with 19 points, eight rebounds, three assists and three blocks vs. No. 19 Oklahoma in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinal (March 4)
  • Scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds in 28 minutes vs. No. 12 Texas (March 5) in the Big 12 Championship semifinal
  • Netted 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the win over No. 2 Baylor in the Big 12 Championship final (March 6)
  • Named to the Big 12 Championship All-Tournament Team, averaging 14.6 points and 8.3 in the Mountaineers’ three victories
  • Grabbed 10 rebounds, scored six points and dished out four assists in the win over Elon in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 17)
  • Capped the season with 16 points, eight rebounds and three blocks at Maryland in the NCAA Championship Second Round (March 19)

2015-16 (Sophomore)

  • Finished her sophomore season with 350 points (10.6 ppg), 196 rebounds (5.9 rpg), 42 steals (1.3 spg) and 32 blocks (1.0 bpg)
  • Ranked second on the team with a 49.6 field goal percentage (127-of-256) and paced the Mountaineers with a 45.3 three-point field goal percentage (39-of-68)
  • Her 10.6 points per game this season were a career-high and second on the team
  • Reached double-figure scoring in a career-best 16 games, while leading WVU in scoring three times
  • Led the Big 12 Conference with a 45.3 three-point percentage in overall games and a 51.3 percentage from behind the arc in conference-only contests
  • Finished 11th in the Big 12 in field goal percentage (49.65), 11th in defensive rebounds (4.2 drpg), 12th in blocked shots (1.0 bpg), tied for 14th in rebounds (5.9 rpg) and 21st points (10.6 ppg)
  • Her 45.3 three-point field goal percentage ranks second all-time in a single-season for a WVU sophomore and third on the program’s single-season list
  • Also ranked in the top-10 in other WVU sophomore single-season marks: fifth in blocked shots (32), ninth in field goal percentage (46.9%) and 10th in made three-pointers (39)
  • Opened the season with 13 points, eight rebounds, a career-high four steals and shot 60 percent (6-of-10) in the win over Delaware State (Nov. 14)
  • Netted 17 points, eight rebounds and shot a career-high 85.7 percent (6-of-7) in the victory over Coppin State
  • Scored 20 points and netted a career-high seven made free throws in a career-best 33 minutes played vs. Yale (Nov. 29)
  • Dished out a career-best four assists, while scoring eight points and grabbing eight boards against Morehead State (Dec. 2)
  • Netted 14 points and snatched seven rebounds, while hitting 5-of-6 (83.3%) at the charity stripe vs. James Madison (Dec. 20)
  • Grabbed a season-best 10 rebounds, scored seven points, matched a career-high four assists and collected three steals vs. Elon (Dec. 28)
  • Returned to action against Texas Tech (Jan. 9) after missing two games due to injury, scoring nine points and grabbing five rebounds 
  • Inked first career double-double with 21 points and 10 rebounds in the win at TCU (Jan. 24)
  • Led WVU with 16 points, grabbed eight rebounds and blocked two shots in the loss at Oklahoma (Jan. 27)
  • Made first start of the season vs. Baylor (Jan. 30), finishing with five points and four rebounds 
  • Scored 20 points and corralled nine boards in the win over TCU (Feb. 24)
  • Connected on 5-of-7 (71.4%) field goals and finished with 14 points and six rebounds in the win over No. 22 Oklahoma State (Feb. 27)
  • Made three triples and scored nine points, while grabbing nine rebounds against K-State in the Big 12 Championship quarterfinal (March 5)
  • Scored eight points, including 6-of-8 from the charity stripe and grabbed six rebounds vs. Princeton in the NCAA Championship First Round (March 18)
  • Tallied 15 points, corralled nine rebounds and collected three steals in the NCAA Championship Second Round matchup at Ohio State (March 20)
  • Finished the season with two or more rebounds in the last 17 games and scored eight or more points in the final seven contests

2014-15 (Redshirt Freshman)

  • Completed the year with 262 points, 157 rebounds, 96 field goals, 29 assists, 47 three-pointers, 22 steals and 19 blocks in 38 games and 618 minutes
  • Was second on the team with 47 three-pointers and third in scoring with 6.9 points per game 
  • Her 47 triples were third-most by a WVU freshman and 157 three-point attempts were second-most
  • Set the WVU freshman record with 38 games played and tied with five others for the single-season overall record
  • Reached double-figures 11 times during her rookie season and netted two 20-point affairs 
  • Scored eight points and pulled in five rebounds in her collegiate debut versus Eastern Kentucky (Nov. 15)
  • Connected on six treys vs. Seton Hall, tying third-most in a game by a freshman, finishing the game with 19 points and nine rebounds
  • Tallied her third double-figure game of the year with 11 points in 20 minutes vs. Coppin State (Dec. 6) 
  • Hit a season-high four field goals and went 4-for-4 from the charity stripe for 13 points against IPFW 
  • Grabbed a career-best 14 rebounds in the win over Marshall (Dec. 20)
  • Made 10-of-15 field goal attempts to score a career-best 23 points versus Saint Francis (Dec. 29)
  • Registered her sixth double-digit game of the season with 10 points at No. 3 Texas (Jan. 7)
  • Tallied a game-high 16 points at Baylor (Feb. 15), going 6-of-10 from the field in 16 minutes 
  • Hit the game-winning jumper with five seconds left to beat Iowa State (Feb. 21), finishing the game with 10 points and a team-best six rebounds
  • Netted 11 points at TCU (Feb. 24), setting season highs in assists (2) and steals (2)
  • Hit two triples in the overtime win over No. 24 Texas (March 1)
  • Scored seven points and had eight rebounds in the win over Texas Tech (March 6)
  • Recorded her second 20-point game, notching 20 points and hitting five triples vs. Buffalo (March 19)
  • Went 5-of-7 behind the arch for 71.4 percent, tying for fourth-most as a freshman and 10th on the school's single-game chart
  • Netted 15 points in 20 minutes of action against Duquesne (March 26)

2013-14 (Freshman)

  • Redshirted

High School

  • A four-star prospect, ranked No. 34 overall nationally by ESPNU HoopGurlz
  • Ranked No. 31 by Blue Star, No. 36 by All-Star Girls Report and No. 5 in her position
  • A force in the paint with five 30-point games and 26 double-figure scoring games as a junior
  • Recorded a triple-double with 32 points, 10 rebounds and 10 blocks her junior season
  • Scored her 1,000th point in a 73-64 win over Franklin in the first round of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 4 playoffs in East Orange
  • Averaged 22.7 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.7 blocks per game as a senior
  • Also played for the New Jersey Sparks under coach Keith Gilchrist
  • Named to the 2012 Adidas All-American Camp, comprised of the Top 60 Rising Seniors as selected by a committee


  • Daughter of Wednesday Hatten and Tyrone Muldrow
  • Birthday is Dec. 16
  • Has two brothers and two sisters
  • Majoring in criminology
  • Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • Garrett Ford Academic Honor Roll 
  • 2016-17 Big 12 Champion for Life
Totals 106242522.940991944.511832935.918426669.22016526.2273716024490111112010.6

WVU Falls to Maryland in NCAA Second Round

By Russell Luna | March 19, 2017

The sixth-seeded West Virginia University women’s basketball team couldn’t overcome a second quarter run by No. 3-seed Maryland, as the Mountaineers fell, 83-56, to the Terrapins in the NCAA Championship Second Round on Sunday at the XFINITY Center.

WVU, Terrapins Meet in NCAA Second Round

By Russell Luna | March 18, 2017

The sixth-seeded West Virginia University women’s basketball team faces No. 3-seed Maryland in the NCAA Championship Second Round on Sunday, March 19, at the XFINITY Center. Sunday’s tipoff is slated for 2:30 p.m. ET.

Mountaineers Open NCAA Journey vs. Elon

By Russell Luna | March 16, 2017

The sixth-seeded West Virginia University women’s basketball team makes its 12th NCAA Championship appearance against 11th-seeded Elon on Friday, March 17, in a 2:30 p.m. ET contest at the XFINITY Center in College Park, Maryland.