34 Ta'Rea Cunnigan
Ta'Rea  Cunnigan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Winchester, Calif.

High School:
Chaparral HS

Height:
5-9

Position:
G

Experience:
3V


02/03/2017

Spartans Host New Mexico Saturday

Dezz Ramos starts the game 11 points from becoming the second Spartans this year to reach 1,000-career points in an SJSU uniform.

12/28/2016

Spartans Open MW Play On Thursday Hosting Nevada

SJSU is 3-1 in home conference openers against Nevada.

12/14/2016

Spartans Close Non-Conference Schedule With Stanislaus State

Spartans play Stanislaus State for the first time since the 1991-92 season and just the fifth time overall.

12/08/2016

Spartans Face Nebraska For The First Time In Program History

The game will be the ninth time in ten outings this year that SJSU will play an opponent which competed in the 2016 postseason.

12/05/2016

Spartans Play USF At Kezar Pavilion Tuesday

Spartan looking to half a three-game skid at the expense of the Dons.

04/24/2015

2015 SJSU Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars

Here is a look at the 13 SJSU student-athletes to receive 2015 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar honors.

01/31/2014

Ta'Rea Cunnigan Photos

Ta'Rea Cunnigan Photos

SPARTAN NOTES: Completed her four-year career in 2015...on San José State career list ranks first all-time with 2,062 points, 538 free throws, 740 free throw attempts, 1,743 field goal attempts, 121 starts and 122 appearances...second in career scoring average (16.9/ppg), third in field goals (690), fourth in steals (258), sixth in free throw percentage (.728), three-pointers (144) and three-point attempts (468), ninth in assists (280)...on the single-season list ranks second, fourth and fifth in scoring (594 in 2012-13, 567 in 2014-15 and 553 in 2013-14)...first, fourth and tenth in free throws in a season (178 in 2012-13, 138 in 2013-14 and 113 in 2014-15)...ranks and second, eighth and ninth on the single-season free throw attempts list (235 in 2012-13, 183 in 2013-14 and 164 in 2014-15) and fifth in steals (94 in 2012-13) and fifth and sixth in field goal attempts (494 in 2013-14 and 490 in 2014-15)...sixth in field goals in a season (207 in 2014-15), ninth in 3-point attempts (167 in 2013-14) and 10th in three-pointers (49 in 2013-14)...is the first Spartan (man or women) to score 1,800, 1,900 and 2,000 career points...reached double-figure scoring in 105 of 122 games played.

HONORS

2015 Mountain West NCAA Woman of the Year Honoree
Academic
2015
Capital One Academic All-District 8
San José State Dean's Scholar
Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar
Mountain West Scholar-Athlete
Academic All-Mountain West
San José State Scholar-Athlete
2014
San José State Dean's Scholar
Mountain West Scholar-Athlete
Academic All-Mountain West
San José State Scholar-Athlete
2013
Capital One Academic All-District 8
Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar
Academic All-WAC
San José State Scholar-Athlete
2012
Academic All-WAC
San José State Scholar-Athlete
Conference
2015
First-Team All-Mountain West
MW Player of the Week (1/26)
Preseason All-Mountain West
2014
Honorable Mention All-Mountain West
MW Player of the Week (11/11)
Preseason All-Mountain West
2013
First-Team All-WAC
WAC Player of the Week (11/18)
Preseason All-WAC
2012
WAC All-Freshman Team
Other
2015
San José State Female Athlete of the Year
2012
San José State Female Athlete Rookie of the Year

2014-15: One of two players to start all 32 games...averaged 17.7 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.7 steals in 30.5 minutes per game...reached double figure scoring in 30 games including a career-high 35 at Nevada (2/7)...among conference performers ranked second in scoring, fourth in field goal percentage (.426), seventh in steals and eighth in free throw percentage (.690)...passed Karen Mason to set a new women's career scoring mark at Colorado State (1/17)...surpassed Ricky Berry for the school's career scoring mark versus Boise State (1/21)...three times -- at San Francisco (12/20), versus Colorado State (2/25) and versus Utah State in the Mountain West Conference Championship dished out a season-high four assists...enjoyed back-to-back games with two blocked shot, at San Francisco and versus Sacramento State (12/22)...versus UC Davis (12/10) had s single-game season high four steals...grabbed a season-best nine rebounds versus Fresno State (2/4)...four times had 10 or more free throw attempts in a game...had five games with double digit field goals with a single game-high 13 at Nevada (2/7).

2013-14: Only player to start in all 30 games...averaged 18.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.7 steals in 32.3 minutes per game...ranked second in the Mountain West in scoring, eighth in steals and ninth in both 3-pointers made (49) and minutes...scored in double figures in 29 of 30 games with a single-game high 29 at Santa Clara (11/12)...twice hit 10 field goals in a game and three times drained four 3-pointers in a contest...led the team in steals (50) with a game-high five vs. San Diego State (2/26)...second on the squad with 23 blocks and three times swatted three shots in a game...83 assists were second on the team and dished out a season and career-high seven vs. Evansville (11/17)...got to the line 10+ times in a game on six occasions with a single game of 14 at Air Force (2/12)....vs. Wyoming (1/18) made a season-best 12 free throws...among 132 total rebounds grabbed a single-game season-high nine vs. Georgia State (12/18).

2012-13: The only player to start all 30 games...averaged 19.8 points, 5.1 rebounds, 3.1 steals and 2.8 assists in 35.5 minutes per game...reached double figure scoring in 27 games with a career-high of 30 points against Texas State (12/29) and at UT Arlington (1/26)...finished the season nationally ranked No. 17 in scoring and No. 14 in steals...among conference performers ranked second in scoring and steals (3.17/game), third in minutes played, sixth in 3-point field goal percentage (.348), seventh in free throw percentage (.757) and ninth in 3-pointers made (1.34/game)...among two double digit rebounding efforts grabbed 14, a career-high, against Idaho (2/2)...twice had six steals in a game - against Utah Valley (11/15) and Santa Clara (12/12)...equaled her career-best six assists four times - at Eastern Illinois (11/19), against Texas State, Utah State (1/12) and versus Idaho in the WAC Tournament (3/13)...five times in a game knocked down double-digit free throws...287 career free throws made are third all-time and 393 attempts rank seventh on the career list...her .730 free throw percentage is tied for fifth all-time.

2011-12: Made 29 starts in 30 total appearances...averaged 11.6 points, 3.0 rebounds, 2.0 steals and 1.8 assists in 30.0 minutes per game...was the leading scorer among all WAC freshmen (13th overall) and sixth in steals...in conference games was the leading scorer among freshman (13.1 ppg - ninth overall) and ranked seventh in free throw percentage (.736) and steals (1.8)...scored in double figures 20 times including a career-high 21 points at Nevada (1/28)...snatched a single-game high eight rebounds at Idaho (3/1)...fourth on the team in assists and dished out a career-best five against Air Force (12/19)...third in blocked shots and swatted two at UNLV (11/19)...second on the team in steals swiping a game-high seven against Northern Arizona (12/1).

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2011 graduate of Chaparral High School in Temecula, Calif.....a four-year letterwinner (Coaches Mike Pino and Peter Jackson)...a 2011 McDonalds All-American nominee...earned 2011 All-Valley Player of the Year from the The Californian...Southwestern League and Division 1A's leading scorer (19.8 ppg) as a senior...a second-team All-Southwestern League selection as a freshman.

TA'REA: Graduated Magna Cum Laude with bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in kinesiology...plans to pursue a masters degree upon graduation and hopes to play basketball overseas...enjoys shopping and reading and writing poetry in her spare time...a member of the Black Student Union...the daughter of Norchella Davis and Brandon Cunnigan...a native of Kirkland, Wash., Ta'Rea Lynn Cunnigan was born March 30, 1993.

Year G-GS Mins FG-A Pct 3Ptr-A Pct FT-A Pct Reb Avg Ast TO Blk St Pts Avg
2011-12 30-29 901 112-290 .386 15-54 .278 109-158 .690 89 3.0 54 111 5 60 348 11.6
2012-13 30-30 1,065 188-469 .401 40-116 .345 178-235 .757 154 5.1 84 134 16 94 594 19.8
2013-14 30-30 968 183-494 .370 49-167 .293 138-183 .754 132 4.4 83 105 23 50 553 18.4
2014-15 32-32 976 207-490 .422 40-131 .305 113-164 .689 124 3.9 59 76 9 54 567 17.7
Totals 122-121 3,910 690-1,743 .396 144-468 .305 538-740 .727 499 4.1 280 426 53 258 2,062 16.9