They will finish up the academic year with finals next week.
The bench scored 22 points for the Golden Grizzlies.
The Golden Grizzlies tipoff at 8 p.m. ET
The Golden Grizzlies shot a season-high 60.5 percent from the field.
Highlights from OU vs. MSU at the O'rena, December 5, 2012.
Oakland defeated Western Michigan 73-70 in 4OT
Highlights from OU vs. American, November 12, 2012.
OU defeats George Mason in home opener.
OU vs George Mason in home opener highlights.
Oakland faced Fort Wayne in the final home game of the season on Feb. 23, 2013. IPFW won the game 87-71.
Olivia Nash and Sinclair Russell had double-doubles as Oakland beat South Dakota 59-46 at the Athletics Center O'rena
The women's basketball team played their first home game inthree weeks as they took on Omaha in the O'rena on Saturday.
The women's basketball team took on the Jackrabbits of South Dakota State Thursday night in the O'rena
The women's basketball team took on the Warriors from Rochester College Friday night in the Athletics Center O'rena.
▪ Played in 28 games, making one start
▪ Averaged 2.0 points and 1.3 rebounds per game
▪ Finished with a 34.7 field-goal percentage (26-75)
▪ Scored a career-high 11 points against UM Dearborn
▪ Had a career-high six rebounds against Western Illinois
▪ Made 10 consecutive field goals over a four-game stretch
▪ Played in 28 games making one start
▪ Averaged 1.2 points and 1.0 rebounds per game as a freshman and shooting 31.3 percent
▪ Scored a career-high six points on a 3-for-4 shooting effort against Rochester College (11/17)
▪ Posted a career-high four rebounds against Michigan State (11/27)
▪ Had two games with two steals against Providence (11/22) and South Dakota State (1/30)
▪ She scored her first Summit League points against NDSU (12/31) and scored in eight league games
▪ Played her first collegiate game against George Mason (11/13) and made her first career start vs Southern Utah (2/18)
▪ Academic All-Summit League
▪ Earned four varsity letters at Hemlock High School where she was a two-time team captain
▪ Finished her career as the school's all-time leading scorer with 1,302 points
▪ Also holds the school record for career rebounds (792) and blocked shots (250)
▪ Was a Michigan nominee to play in the McDonalds High School All-American Game
▪ Earned all-state honors in 2010 and 2011
▪ She was a a Midland News Dream Team selection for three seasons and a two-time Saginaw Dream Team player
▪ Named team MVP three times
▪ Helped Hemlock to the semifinals of the state tournament as a senior
▪ Played in the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan All-State Game
▪ She was a four-time all-league player
▪ Played for the MGBR AAU basketball team that finished seventh in the nation in 2009
▪ Her Midland AAU team finished as state runner-up in 2008
▪ Also competed in basketball and volleyball at Hemlock
▪ As a pitcher she threw five no-hitters for the Hemlock softball team and was a two-time team MVP
▪ Earned all-state softball honors in 2011
▪ Won a pair of district volleyball championships for HHS
Academic and Extracurricular Activities:
▪ Was an honor roll student
▪ Earned an academic letter
Top Athletic Performance:
▪ She scored 30 points, pulled in 16 rebounds and blocked seven shots in a win over Alma High School
Full Name: Shelby Elizabeth Herrington
Birthdate: April 16, 1992
Parents: Renee and George Herrington
> Her dad played basketball and ran track at Alma,
Siblings: Karli, Kyle and Conner
Other Relatives: Her uncle Keith Davenport pitched at Michigan State and was a two-time draft pick, her uncle Juston Davenport played baseball at Detroit Mercy and played two years of minor league baseball
Top Three Reasons for Choosing Oakland:
1. Her relationship with the basketball coaches
2. The opportunity to continue her basketball career
3. The proximity of Oakland to her hometown