Screamin' Dunlap


  2010-11 Career
Double-figure points 28 92
Double-figure rebounds 7 36
Double-doubles 7 29
30 or more points 1 3
20 or more points 10 30
10 or more rebounds 7 36
4 or more rebounds 29 97
3 or more steals 20 53
2 or more blocks 13 46

2011 Honors

  • SEC Defensive Player of the Year
  • SEC All-Defensive team
  • All-SEC first team (Coaches)
  • All-SEC Tournament team
  • Wade Trophy Watch List
  • Naismith Top-30 Midseason Watch List
  • John R. Wooden Top-20 Midseason Watch List
  • Preseason SEC Player of the Year (Coaches)
  • Preseason All-SEC first team (Coaches and Media)
  • SEC Player of the Week (11/22/10)
  • SEC Player of the Week (12/13/10)
  • Sporting News Preseason All-American (first team)
  • Athlon & Lindy's Preseason All-American (second team)

Dunlap in the Nation

Category Rank Stat
Steals 17th 3.0
Scoring 58th 17.0
Rebounding 79th 8.9
Blocks 98th 1.5

Dunlap in the SEC

Category Rank Stat
Scoring 1st 17.0
Steals 1st 3.0
Field Goal Pct. 2nd 45.8
Offensive Rebounds 3rd 3.6
Rebounding 4th 8.7
Defensive Rebounds 4th 5.1
Blocks 5th 1.5
Free-throw Pct. 5th 70.4

2010-11 Notables

What They Are Saying About Dunlap

"She's a great player and she's going to knock down shots if you don't really get up on her early or deny her touches. We tried to do that as much as we could but it's hard to do that for a 40-minute game." — Pat Summitt (Head Coach, Tennessee)

"I can see how Victoria Dunlap is the player of the year in the SEC, she's really a phenomenal player. I mean, just both ends of the floor, she's a shot-blocking defensive player who works hard. I don't know that I've ever seen a kid work as hard as she did. Really, just a great game today for her. Probably a normal day at the office for her but I was really impressed by her game and her poise and everything." — Muffett McGraw (Head Coach, Notre Dame)

"It's very difficult to match up to her. Whenever she has six offensive boards, that's pretty difficult to guard, and I think that's her number one strength. If someone's missing it she's going and she's following the shot. That is just her. You can't teach that as a coach. She has a lot of heart." — Sytia Messer (Head Coach, Tennessee Tech)

"(Victoria) Dunlap (was great). You can see why now she is the player of the year. She stepped up, got some deflections, scored a basket or two and took us right out of it in the full court." — Rick Insell (Head Coach, Middle Tennessee)

"She's the most versatile player in the country." — Abby Warner (ESPN Analyst)