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Jasmine Lister

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Jasmine Lister (born May 12, 1992) is a former collegiate and professional basketball player and currently an assistant coach for DePaul University Women's Basketball team.[1] Before accepting the position at DePaul, Lister was an assistant coach for the University of Washington Women's Basketball team for the 2016-2017 season.[2] Prior to her time at UW, Lister was on staff for two years as a Graduate Assistant for the University of Connecticut Women's Basketball team during their consecutive NCAA championship seasons in 2015 and 2016, and graduated with a Master's Degree in Sport Management.[3][4] [5] [6][7]


Lister was a Student-Athlete at Vanderbilt University from 2010-2014 and earned her BA degree.[8] She earned All-SEC honors all four years of her college career, was Team Co-Captain for three years, and led her team to four consecutive NCAA Tournaments. Lister also earned WBCA All-American Honorable Mention honors after her senior season.[9] As a freshman, Lister led the team in scoring and minutes played.[10] As a sophomore, she led the team and the SEC in assists.[11] As a junior, Lister led the team in assists and minutes played, as well as leading the SEC in minutes played.[12] As a senior, she led the team in assists and minutes played and again led the SEC in minutes played.[13] Lister suffered a torn labrum at her left shoulder during her junior season, but did not miss a game.[14] She underwent a surgical repair of the torn labrum in the summer of 2013, completed rehab of the shoulder by the end of that fall, and was cleared to play just in time for the first official practice of her senior season. Lister was the starting point guard for every single game of her career (129) and is named several times in Vanderbilt WBB’s all-time career record book where she is 1st in minutes played (4,626); 3rd in Assists (591); 3rd in FT% (.824%); 6th in 3-pointers made (218); and 9th in scoring (1,618).[15]


In 2014, the WNBA Seattle Storm signed Lister to a training camp contract. She made it to the final cut, but was released just two days before the season opener. Shortly after leaving training camp, Lister received an offer from Geno Auriemma to be a Graduate Assistant on his staff for University of Connecticut Women's Basketball. Shortly after the 2015 WNBA season started, the Los Angeles Sparks signed Lister to a contract, and she saw playing time in seven games during that season.[16][17] In 2016, Lister was signed to a training camp contract with the WNBA Los Angeles Sparks, made it to the final cut, and then returned to UConn.[18]

Awards and honors[edit]

  • 2013-2014 WBCA All-American Honorable Mention
  • 2013-2014 All SEC Second Team (Coaches)[19]
  • 2013-2014 Preseason All SEC First Team (Coaches & Media)[20]
  • 2013-2014 SEC Community Service Team & SEC Academic Honor Roll[21]
  • 2013-2014 Hancock-Nipper Sportsmanship Award[22]
  • 1/6/2014-1/12/2014: Named Player of the Week by: ESPNw;[23] SEC; NCAA; and USBWA[24]
  • 2013 Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament “All Tournament Team”[25]
  • 2013-2014 WBB Team Representative for Vanderbilt SAAC
  • 2012-2013 All SEC Second Team (Coaches) & All SEC Honorable Mention (AP)[26]
  • 2012-2013 Preseason All SEC (Coaches & Media)
  • 2012-2013 SEC Academic Honor Roll
  • 2011-2012 All SEC Second Team (Coaches)
  • 2011-2012 All SEC Honorable Mention (AP)
  • 2011 Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament “MVP”[27]
  • 2010-2011 All SEC Freshman Team[28]
  • 2010-2011 Vanderbilt University Athletics “Newcomer of the Year” Award
  • 2010 Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament “All Tournament Team”
  • High School: McDonald’s All-American nominee; Team captain; Team & Big 8 League MVP; Scholar Athlete


Jasmine Lister currently resides in Chicago, IL, and has an identical twin sister, Cinnamon Lister, who plays professional basketball overseas. Lister also has an older sister, Kayla, and a younger brother, Jordan.


  1. "Jasmine Lister Bio". DePaul University Official Athletic Site. DePaul University.
  2. "Jasmine Lister Named Women's Basketball Assistant Coach". Washington Huskies. July 20, 2016.
  3. "Back on Top! UConn wins 2015 NCAA National Championship". University of Connecticut.
  4. "UConn Huskies: 2016 NCAA Women's Basketball National Champions!". www.uconnhuskies.com. April 7, 2015.
  5. ALTAVILLA, JOHN. "UConn Women's Insider: Grad Assistant Lister Still Has Pro Hopes".
  6. "Back on Top! UConn wins 2015 NCAA National Championship". University of Connecticut.
  7. "UConn Huskies: 2016 NCAA Women's Basketball National Champions!". www.uconnhuskies.com. April 7, 2015.
  8. "Jasmine Lister • 11". Vanderbilt Women's Basketball. Vanderbilt University.
  9. "WBCA announces 2014 Division I Coaches' All-America Team". Women's Basketball Coaches Association. April 5, 2014.
  10. "Season Statistics". www.vucommodores.com. Vanderbilt University.
  11. http://www.vucommodores.com/sports/w-baskbl/stats/2011-2012/teamcume.html
  12. http://www.vucommodores.com/sports/w-baskbl/stats/2012-2013/teamcume.html
  13. "Season Statistics:2013-14 Vanderbilt Basketball". www.vucommodores.com. Vanderbilt University.
  14. "VU WBB: Tennessee 83, Vanderbilt 64".
  15. http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/vand/sports/w-baskbl/auto_pdf/2013-14/misc_non_event/2013-14_WBB_Fact_Book.pdf
  16. "From The Sidelines To The Court, Lister Playing Well For Agler". WNBA.
  17. "WNBA slideshow: Under-the-radar players". ESPN.
  19. "Women's Basketball Awards Announced".
  20. "Lister named preseason All-SEC by media".
  21. "Lister named to SEC Community Service Team".
  22. "Lister earns Hancock-Nipper sportsmanship award".
  23. "Vanderbilt's Lister named espnW player of the week".
  24. "Lister earns national honor".
  25. "'Dores hold off Badgers, win Thanksgiving Tourney".
  26. "Clarke, Lister & Bowe named All-SEC".
  27. "Lister named SEC Player of the Week".
  28. "Three `Dores recognized by league".

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