American / Russian
| 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
167 lb (76 kg)
| January 11, 1988 (age 27)
New York City, New York (1988-01-11) |
2010 / Round: 1 / Pick: 4th overall
Rutgers University, Murry Bergtraum High School
Epiphanny Prince Wikipedia
Epiphanny Prince (born January 11, 1988) is a Russian-American professional women's basketball player for the New York Liberty of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) and Dynamo Kursk of Russia as well as the Russia women's national basketball team.
She is best known for scoring 113 points for Murry Bergtraum in a high school game in 2006, breaking a girls' national prep record previously held by Hall of Famer Cheryl Miller. Participated in the 2006 Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and McDonald’s High School All-America Games.
In June, 2009, Prince announced plans to leave Rutgers after only three years to play professional basketball in Europe for a year. According to The New York Times, Prince was only 10 units from earning a degree in criminal justice and African-American studies and planned to complete her degree during the summer of 2009. Her announcement was not binding until she signed with an agent; in August, Prince signed with Wasserman Media Group.
In 2010, she was granted Russian citizenship. She wasn't on the roster during the 2011 European Championships, nor did she compete for Russia during the 2012 Olympics in London. Prince played as a point guard for the Russian national team in the European Championships of 2013, where the team finished in 13th place. On February 16, 2015, the Chicago Sky traded Prince to the New York Liberty for Cappie Pondexter.
In 2015, Prince moved to Dynamo Kursk in the European League. Their team won the 2017 Euroleague.
In the WNBA, she averages 27.5 minutes per game, 37.3% three-point field goals, and 13.9 PPG.
SourceThe Daily News Player of the Year (2004)
Student Sports Sophomore of the Year (2004)
USA Today All-USA
Second Team (2006)
Parade Magazine All-American
First Team (2006)
Second Team (2005)
Street & Smith’s All-American
First Team (2006)
First Team (2005)