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Chelsea Gray

Sociology with a minor in Theatre Studies


Holding over a 3.0 grade-point-average since arriving at Duke, Gray has been solid in the classroom.  She was an ACC Honor Roll selection as a junior, following her outstanding season on the court and in the classroom.


Chelsea Gray is one of the most well-liked and best people to be around on and of the court.  She is the floor general on the court being the point guard and is a great role model for young girls.  Her character showed even more as a junior following her devastating knee injury that forced her to miss the final 11 games of the season.  She remained very active in practice and on the bench helping each of her teammates get better.  Gray helped the Blue Devils still advance to the NCAA Elite Eight.


Since arriving at Duke four years ago, Gray has been heavily involved with numerous community events including Read with the Blue Devils, Camp Director for the Duke women’s basketball camps, volunteered at the Forest View Elementary School, visited and volunteered at Camp Kaleidoscope, leader of a Special Olympics clinic, visited the Ronald McDonald House and assisted two straight years at the Ramblin’ Rose Half Marathon in Durham.


One of the top point guards in the nation. A national Player of the Year candidate by John R. Wooden, State Farm Wade Trophy and Naismith. Earned All-America honors as a junior from the WBCA Coaches and as a sophomore from USBWA.  Voted the ACC Co-Player of the Year by the league’s coaches as a junior.  All-ACC first team honoree as a sophomore and junior.  Was having one of the best individual seasons in school history in 2012-13 before suffering a dislocated kneecap in the 25th game and missed the remainder of the year.  Was averaging 12.6 points, 5.4 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 3.6 steals prior to the injury.  An All-ACC Rookie team as a freshman.  Posted an 82.7 free throw percentage in three years, which ranks third on the Blue Devil career list.  Has a career 1.7 assist/turnover ratio at Duke.  Has dished 423 assists for an average of 4.6 in three years.  One of only five Blue Devils to total a triple-double and the first to notch two triple-doubles in a career.  Totaled seven career games with 10 or more assists.  Has taken 35 charges in three years, including 18 as a junior.  In the Duke record book, ranking 28th in points (1026), tied for ninth in three-point field goal percentage (.393), third in free throw percentage (.827), ninth in assists (423), sixth in steals (248), fourth in charges taken (35) and fourth in assist/turnover ratio (1.74).  Gray dished a school-record 201 assists as a junior.