Ryanne Allen - Women's Basketball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#24 Ryanne Allen Season 2022-23


Class Freshman
Height 6-1
Hometown Warminster, Pa.
High School Archbishop Wood
Major Undeclared

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  • 2023-24 All-SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll
  • SEC Freshman of the Week (12.13.22, 2.14.23)

As a Sophomore (2023-24)

  • Appeared in 30 games in her second season with the Commodores
  • Averaged 2.3 points in 6.7 minutes per game
  • Shot 40.0 percent from the floor
  • Scored a season-high nine points vs. Kennesaw State (Nov. 6)
  • Dished out a season-best four assists against Kennesaw State (Nov. 6) and Fairfield (Nov. 12)
  • Hit 15 3-point field goals and shot 37.5 percent from behind the arc
  • Played in a season-high 18 minutes vs. Radford (Dec. 31)

As a Freshman (2022-23)

  • Played in all but one of the Commodores’ 31 games, starting seven times
  • Averaged 6.4 points and 2.5 rebounds per contest
  • Handed out 30 assists, and was also credited with 14 steals and six blocks
  • Ranked second on the team with 42 3-point field goals, shooting 35.9 percent from beyond the arc
  • Scored in double figures six times on the season
  • Hit multiple 3-point FGs seven times in SEC play and in 12 games overall
  • Scored career-best 17 points in second collegiate game against Samford
  • Had 14 points—all in the last 2 minutes of regulation and overtime—on 4-of-6 shooting from 3-point range in win at Louisiana Tech
  • Finished with 12 points and career-high six rebounds in victory over Arkansas
  • Scored 10 points against nationally-ranked NC State

The Allen File

  • Averaged 15.3 points and 3.3 rebounds
  • 2021 State Champion
  • Ranked No. 82 by ESPN HoopGurlz
  • Ranked No. 29 nationally
  • Named first team all-conference, first team all-county, second team all-area, second team all-state and Prospects Nation 2022 ELITE 100 Watch List
  • Regional and conference champion
  • Played AAU basketball for the Philadelphia Rise
  • Chose Vanderbilt over Dayton, Princeton, Boston College, James Madison, Pittsburgh, Syracuse, Arizona, Maryland, Rutgers, Northwestern, Wake Forest and North Carolina.