Timberview basketball great Chennedy Carter shined on the international stage recently by leading the U.S. Women’s team at the 2019 Pan American Games.

At the event, which was held in Lima, Peru, Carter was one of the team’s top scorers as the USA earned the silver medal.

Carter, a rising junior at Texas A&M who earned All-America recognition in her first two seasons for the Aggies, averaged 11.4 points per game in the tourney, which was second on the squad. She led the U.S. Team with 16 points in its 79-73 loss to Brazil in the gold-medal game Aug. 10.

Last season for the Aggies, Carter set a program single-season record by averaging 23.3 points per game. She also has been the leading overall scorer in the NCAA Tournament two years in a row.

At Timberview, Carter notched 20.3 points per game in her senior season en route to being the No. 6 player nationally in 2017 according to espnW HoopGurlz.

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