TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Former Florida A&M University women’s basketball player Shalaunda Burney-Robinson signed a professional contract to play overseas with the Czech Republic team, KP BRNO.
Burney-Robinson played in 87 career games, starting in 56 from 2015-2020. She amassed 745 career points and shot 52.3 percent (308-of-588) from the floor. Defensively, Burney-Robinson grabbed 594 rebounds and registered 52 blocked shots, including 22 during her junior season.
Last season the Palmdale, Calif. native recorded 10 double-doubles, including a 26-point, 17-rebound performance in the season finale against rival Bethune-Cookman. She finished her final season by playing in all 27 games, leading the team in scoring (10.7 ppg), field-goal percentage (52.0), field-goals made (116), rebounds (240) and rebounds per game (8.9).
KP BRNO is coming off a second-place finish last season, posting a 17-6 record.
Courtesy: FAMU Athletics