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Victoria Vivians


Mississippi State

Human Sciences


Victoria Vivians is a 3-time SEC Academic Honor Roll member and has also been named to the Bulldog Honor Roll in six semesters.


Vivians is an outstanding representative of Mississippi State, the Southeastern Conference and women’s basketball overall. She always takes time to take pictures and sign autographs for fans. She was also elected MSU’s 2017 Homecoming Queen by garnering over 60 percent of the student vote. She is always one of the last players in the locker room because she is signing autographs and taking pictures.


Vivians has visited Blair Batson Children’s Hospital, participated in the TK Martin SUPER Fun Run for the center on campus that works with special needs children, assisted with games at Travis Outlaw Day community event, volunteered at Camp Rising Sun (a camp for children with cancer), assisted with the Take Back the Night Glow Run, promoted healthy eating in local schools with Breakfast of Champions and volunteered with area Special Olympics.


Vivians was an Associated Press third-team All-American last season, honorable mention WBCA All-American in 2016, preseason first-team All-SEC selection and first-team All-SEC honoree the last two years and a second-team selection as a freshman. She was an NCAA Oklahoma City All-Region Team last season and NCAA All-Final Four Team member. She was the Mississippi Commission on the Status of Women Young Woman of the Year in 2015 and is a three-time GIllom Trophy winner for best women’s player in Mississippi. Her 1,754 career points are fourth in program history, and she could become the third MSU player ever to record 2,000 points.