Johnson County Community College Lady Cavaliers

Lady Cavaliers


No.    Name                      
0Kyessence CollinsG     SO5'6Kansas City, Mo.
1Tantashea GigerGSO5'7Lincoln, Neb.
2Arielle JacksonGSO5'7Shawnee, Kan.
4Cerena ReevesGFR5'7Surprise, Ariz.
11LaRaisha OwensGFR5'7Topeka, Kan.
14Austin RichardsonFSO6'0Lee's Summit, Mo.
21Kierra IsaiahFSO5'11Kansas City, Mo.
22Abby UnisFSO6'1Moon Township, Pa.
23Ida PieschlFFR6'2Topeka, Kan.
24Kylee WilliamsGFR5'6St. Joseph, Mo.
25Alexis BoydFFR6'1Lawrence, Kan.
32Simone JordanFFR/RS5'10Grandview, Mo.
40Jaylynn Evans PattersonFFR6'4Topeka, Kan.
55Shaleia JamisonGSO5'6Lenexa, Kan.

Team Overview

  • Under the director of Ben Conrad, the Johnson County Community College women’s basketball program has produced a NJCAA record eight consecutive 30-win seasons. The Lady Cavaliers notched their 30th win this year with a 63-49 victor over No. 8 Highland Community College to win the Region VI/District B Championship.

  • Johnson County is led by Kansas Jayhawk Conference MVP Austin Richardson. The sophomore forward is having a spectacular season. Richardson averages a double-double of 15.4 points and 10.7 rebounds per game. She has produced 18 double-doubles this season, and recently became just the seventh player in team history to record over 700 points and 500 rebounds in a career. During the season, Richardson was selected as the conference player of the week five times, most of any player.

  • Other key producers for the Lady Cavaliers are sophomore guard Arielle Jackson, freshman guard Kylee Williams, sophomore forward Kierra Isaiah and sophomore point guard Kyessence Collins. Jackson is the team’s second leading scorer pouring in 12.1 points per game and ranks fifth nationally with 88 made 3-point baskets and fourth nationally in 3-point accuracy at 45 percent.

  • Williams averages 11.2 points per game and is second nationally with 100 made 3-pointers. She only needs four to set a new season record at JCCC.

  • Isaiah averages 7.9 points and 7.4 rebounds per game for the Lady Cavaliers. In JCCC’s championship win over Highland, Isaiah had a tremendous game, collecting a career high 19 rebounds, including 12 on the offensive end. She also chipped in 10 points.

  • Collins has developed into one of the top point guards in the country. She averages 7.4 points, 5.1 rebounds and 5.1 assists per game. She ranks third in the NJCAA in total assists with 163.

  • Johnson County will be making their 11 appearance at the NJCAA D-II Tournament, winning titles in 2000 and 2015.