St. Petersburg High School
Palm Harbor, FL
height: 5'9" weight: 145
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|Position(s)||Point Guard, Shooting Guard|
|Points per game||11.5|
|Assists per game||4.0|
|Steals per game||4.0|
|Turnovers per game||1.0|
|Personal fouls per game||1.0|
|Rebounds per game||5.0|
Member: National Honor Society
Recipient: Dr. Mae Williams Academic Award of Excellence
Pursuing Congressional Gold Medal
"You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win." Zig Ziglar
2012-2013 Stats will be updated game-by-game, as provided. St. Petersburg record is 1-1 as of November 7, 2012.
2011-2012 Stats Unavailable for Freshman Year.
MVP - Storm Shoot-Out; High Scoring Game - 27PTS
2014 Blue Chip D1 Ranking "All round D1 Player" and "Ferocious Defender"
Recipient of All Tournament Trophy during 2014 Travel Season
2013 Recipient of the the Dr. Mae J. Williams Sr. Salute for Academic Excellence at the Palladium Theatre, St. Petersburg, FL.
Impact Player Award for Down Under Sports, 2013, Certificate of Recognition
MVP USSSA, Most Improved Player 2011-2012 at St. Petersburg High School
Teams & Coach Information
Michael LaShon has a long history of volunteering in the community.
Currently, she is volunteering at the Clearwater YMCA as well as in church activities (music and theater).
Michael LaShon has extensive volunteer hours with the City of Tarpon Springs as a camp counselor and city volunteer during special events and parades. Additionally, she has volunteered her musical talents at numerous locations including for the IYO at area malls and nursing homes.
As part of her pursuit for a Congressional Gold Medal, Michael LaShon continues to perform community and personal development activities.
During off-season, I believe that I am the leader to the team regarding working out. I want my teammates to know that it is important to stay in shape March to November.
I am very happy that Coach Coley started a club ball team this season; however, we had many players who have not played travel ball. Therefore, it's been really important to encourage my teammates as they learn the ins-and-outs of travel ball.
In the community, I have continued to volunteer and develop individually. I am also continuing my studies during the summer. I am leading by example that you must succeed in the classroom, on the court, in my home, and in my community.
Outside of team practices, I ensure that I consume appropriate nutritional foods and perform core exercises at home. Additionally, I exercise positive thinking during my quiet time.
Most importantly, I am committed to living drug and alcohol free as an athlete (and beyond my athletic career).