Updated June 2, 2015
As a Freshman (2014-15):
Played in all 31 games as a freshman, starting the final 16 games of the year ... Team leader in assists with 98 (3.2/game) ... Also averaged 5.5 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.2 steals while playing 22.0 minutes per game ... Topped the 10-point scoring mark five times during the season ... Had career-high 12 points with five assists in win over Alabama (3/1) ... Scored 11 points vs. Mississippi State (1/26) ... Set then-career high with 11 points and 6 assists in win over Southeastern Louisiana (12/4) ... Had six points, five assists and four rebounds in career debut vs. Troy (11/14) ... Made first start at Kentucky (1/8) ... Scored 10 points and had season-high 8 assists in win at FIU (12/29) ... Had 10 points in first SEC game at #1 South Carolina (1/2) ... Pulled down career-high 9 rebounds and scored 8 points at Missouri (2/8).
Ranked as the No. 19 guard nationally by ESPN ... Rated as a three-star prospect by ESPN and Prospects Nation ... Finalist for selection consideration as a McDonald's All-American ... Played at Grandview Preparatory School ... School's all-time leader in points, assists and steals ... Scored more than 1,800 points in her career ... Helped team to class 2A state title as a senior ... Named MVP of state championship game ... Helped team to four straight district titles and three straight state final four appearances ... Three-time first-team all-state selection ... 2013 Palm Beach Post Player of the Year ... FACA Player of the Year ... 2013 Miss Florida Basketball runner-up ... 2012 Sun-Sentinel Player of the Year ... Team captain all four years ... Four-time all-county selection ... Club team was Essence Girls Basketball ... Nike National Silver Bracket champion in 2012 ... Also ran track and played tennis.
Full name is Neydja D'Jenay Petithomme ... Parents are Dr. Yveny Petithomme II and Junette Petithomme ... Has a brother, Yveny III ... Plays the piano ... Has yet to decide on a major.