Honors -Alicia Gladden Defensive Player of the Year (2014-15)
Sophomore Season (2014-15) Once again proved to be one of the team’s top defensive anchors in the post, routinely guarding the opponent’s top player in the paint…Led FSU far and away with 47 charges drawn…Added six more double-doubles to reach 15 for her career, the most on the team…Slaughter’s 15 double-doubles is tied for 13th in school history with assistant coach Brooke Wyckoff…Slaughter is halfway toward becoming just the third Seminole to reach 30 career double-doubles, possibly joining Natasha Howard (41) and Sue Galkantas (31)…Averaged 10.8 points, 6.1 rebounds and shot 50.2 percent (135-of-269) from the floor…One of three Seminoles (Leticia Romero, Shakayla Thomas) to shoot above 50 percent…Her aggression to the basket was evident in her team-leading 165 free throw attempts, the 10th-most in a season at FSU…Slaughter made 117 of her 165 freebies (70.9 percent), with her 117 makes being the 12th-most in a season at FSU…Added six double-digit rebounding efforts…Finished second on the team behind Adut Bulgak (54) with 27 blocked shots…Averaged 10.5 points, 6.3 rebounds and shot 50 percent in ACC play…Recorded 16 points, nine rebounds, four steals and three assists against UAB (11/14/14)…Posted 16 points and nine rebounds for the second straight game against Bethune-Cookman (11/18/14)….Scored in double figures (12, 15, 12) against Washington, Furman, and Hartford, respectively, in Mexico (11/27-29/14)…Posted a season-high 18 points against rival Florida, making six of seven free throws (12/7/14)…Notched her first double-double of the season at Temple with 16 points and 12 rebounds (12/14/14)…Went 4-of-4 from the field with nine points in 11 minutes against North Florida (12/16/14)…Scored 13 points and had 11 rebounds against Savannah State (12/19/14)…Established her career high in points with 21 and added 10 boards at Tulane (12/22/14)…Recorded a double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds at Clemson (1/8/15)…Registered 14 points on 6-of-10 shooting with two blocks and two steals vs. Wake Forest (1/25/15)…Posted a season-high 13 rebounds along with 10 points at Georgia Tech (1/30/15)…Set a new career-high of 22 points (8-of-14), including a perfect 6-for-6 on FTs and seven rebounds vs. Syracuse (2/2/15)…Had eight points with two steals against Miami in 17 minutes played (2/8/15)…Recorded 15 points and eight rebounds at UNC (2/12/15)…Had 14 points on 5-of-7 shooting along with five rebounds at Virginia (2/15/15)…Recorded a double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds against Clemson (2/19/15)…Totaled 12 points and four rebounds at Boston College (2/22/15)…Went 7-of-10 at the free throw line and scored 13 points with nine rebounds at Miami (3/1/15)…Recorded 17 points with five rebounds vs. Louisville and added three blocks (3/7/15)…Tied career high with three blocks vs. Notre Dame (3/8/15)…Had 13 points and 3 steals against Alabama State (3/21/15).
Freshman Season (2013-14) Recorded nine double-doubles, the most by a freshman since Lorraine Rimson had 10 in the 1983-84 season...Had 12 double-digit rebounding games...Finished second among freshmen in the ACC in rebounds per game, averaging 7.7...Led the ‘Noles at the free throw line with a 74.4 percentage (96-129)...Slaughter’s double-double count is tied for the 12th most in a season at FSU...Pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds against Iowa State in the NCAA First Round (3/22)...Generated 13 points and five rebounds off the bench against UVA (3/2/14)...Chipped in seven points and nine rebounds at Clemson (2/23/14)...Scored six points and added six rebounds against Miami (2/16/14)...Posted ninth career double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds against Syracuse (2/13/14)...Scored 11 points on a career best 6-of-9 shooting and added four steals in the victory against Boston College (2/9/14)...Tallied eighth career double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds against Virginia Tech (1/26/14)...Posted her seventh double-double with 12 points and 11 boards at No. 20/21 NC State (1/16/14)...Pulled down 10 boards to go with nine points vs. UNC (1/12/14)...Battled back from early foul trouble to record seven points at Miami (1/9/14)...Pulled down 13 rebounds and added 11 points and two steals in win against Pitt (1/2/14)...Had fifth career double-double vs. UT Martin, recording 11 points and 13 boards (12/28/13)...Led FSU in scoring for the first time with career-high 19 points and 11 boards vs. UNF (12/16/13)...Scored 14 points to go along with seven rebounds in the Seminoles `71-33 victory over Jacksonville (12/8/13)...Recorded her fourth double-digit rebounding effort vs. No. 25 Michigan State, picking up 11 boards with six points (12/4/13)...Marked a career high with 15 boards and posted her third double-double (12 points, 15 rebounds) of freshman year in win against Miami-Ohio (12/1/13)...Her 15 boards vs. Miami-Ohio was the most by a freshman since the 2006-07 season...Chipped in with nine points and four rebounds vs. Stetson (11/29/13)...Totaled nine points and nine rebounds in 25 minutes of playing time against Louisville (11/24/13)...Pulled down nine boards and recorded two steals at Florida (11/21/13)...Posted second double-double of the season (13 points and 11 rebounds) while swiping four steals in a win against Prairie View A&M (11/17/13)...Recorded five steals in 32 minutes of action at Cincinnati (11/13/13)...Became the first FSU freshman to record a double-double (12 points, 11 rebounds) in a season opener since Jacinta Monroe in 2006.
High School A four-star recruit...Led Tattnall Square Academy to a 26-4 record her senior season, culminating with a 58-46 win in the Georgia Independent School Association Class AAA state championship game where she scored 26 points...Named GISA Class AAA All-State, All-Region and All-Middle Georgia teams in 2012 and 2013...Averaged 21 points, 12 rebounds, three blocks and three steals before her junior season was cut short by a knee injury...Still scored 30 points four times...Ranked the No. 21 forward in the 2013 signing class and the No. 79 overall player by ESPN HoopGurlz...Rated the 69th-best player in her class by All-Star Girls Report and No. 86 by National Basketball Insider...Transferred to Tattnall Square from Crawford County High School, where she collected honorable mention all-state honors as a sophomore in 2011...Competed for the Big South Dream Team on the AAU circuit.
Personal Born Oct. 4, 1994...Parents are Calvin and Varina Slaughter...Majoring in sport management…Also starred on her high school track team, capturing three 2013 Georgia Class AAA state championships in the 400-meter dash, triple jump and the 4x100 meter relay...Set a state record in the triple jump (37’11”) and finished runner-up in the 100-meter dash...Aspires to become an athletic director or an athletic trainer...Graduated high school with honors...Favorite movies are Hunger Games, Little Rascals and Love and Basketball...Actress to play her in a movie would be Sanaa Lathan…Favorite television show is Criminal Minds... Her biggest hardship faced was the passing of her grandfather (known as Poppy or Papa) on Feb. 21, 2015…also played softball in addition to cross country and track & field in high school…Is a big fan of wearing leggings…Would brand her style of dress as “The Typical Athlete”…Enjoys listening to J.Cole, especially his song titled Problems…Enjoys gospel as well and listening to songs like You Better Run by Rev. Curtis Raines…Best song that describes her life is Conqueror by Estelle and Jussie Smollett…Believes her play on the court is similar to multiple NBA champion Dennis Rodman…Wears No. 23 in honor of late FSU guard Alicia “Ice” Gladden as well as her grandfather…Her most interested current issue is the conflicts in Africa and third world countries…The biggest cause she would fight for is finding a cure for people with cancer…most inspirational story to her is about Lauren Hill…Enjoys going to the movies with her teammates…Performed gymnastics when she was growing up and still knows how to tumble a little bit…Biggest phobia is getting stuck in an elevator…Prays before every game and does her signature handshakes with Brittany Brown and Gabby Bevillard…Message she would put in a fortune cookie is ”Your destiny is what you make it”…Favorite home-cooked meal is oxtails and rice…one of six children, including three sisters and two brothers…Her father, Calvin, played basketball at Jacksonville University and her uncle was a football player at Auburn and Fort Valley State…Has drawn rave reviews by her teammates for her ability to do back-flips.
CAREER HIGHS Points: 22, Syracuse -- 2/2/15 Rebounds: 15, at Miami-Ohio -- 12/1/13 Assists: 3, 3 times Steals: 5 , at Cincinnati -- 11/13/13 Blocks: 3, 2x FG made: 8, 2x FG attempts: 14, 3x FT made: 11, North Florida -- 12/16/13 FT attempts: 13, 2x