2011 McDonald's All-American Girls Game

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2011 McDonald's All-American Girls Game
1st Half 2nd Half Total
East 46 32 78
West 27 39 66
Date March 30, 2011
Arena United Center
City Chicago, Illinois
MVP/MOP Elizabeth Williams
Officials Becky Blank
Marissa Whaley
Kevin Dillard
Attendance 19,899
Network ESPNU
Announcers Lou Canellis (play–by–play)
Abby Waner (color commentator)
McDonald's All-American
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The 2011 McDonald's All-American Girls Game is an All-star basketball game that was played on Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, home of the Chicago Bulls. The game's rosters featured the best and most highly recruited high school girls graduating in 2011. The game is the 10th annual version of the McDonald's All-American Game first played in 2002.

2011 Game[edit]

All-star games are typically showcases for offense, not defense, but the 2011 event featured a defense described as vigorous. Not coincidentally, one of the payers, Elizabeth Williams, who would go on to win the Most Outstanding Player award, likes to play defense. Despite her interest in defense, it was her offense that helped earn the award. With minutes left in the game, and a comfortable lead, the East coach pulled the starters, including Williams, to give the crowd a chance to applaud their performance. However, one of her teammates pointed out that her 22 points was a single point shy of the McDonalds scoring record. She was re-inserted in the game,and with 42 seconds left, scored on a layup to set the scoring record. The East team won the game 78–66.[1]

2011 East Roster[edit]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Hometown High School College Choice
30 Cierra Burdick 6-2 170 F Matthews, NC, U.S. Butler High School Tennessee
10 Briyona Canty 5-10 150 G Hamilton, NJ, U.S. Trenton Catholic Academy Rutgers
14 Temi Fagbenle 6-4 168 C Blairstown, NJ, U.S. Blair Academy Harvard
13 Bria Goss 5-11 155 G Indianapolis, IN, U.S. Ben Davis High School Kentucky
00 Sara Hammond 6-2 178 F Mount Vernon, KY, U.S. Rockcastle County High School Louisville
31 Amber Henson 6-4 180 C Tampa, FL, U.S. Sickles High School Duke
44 Betnijah Laney 6-0 174 G Smyrna, DE, U.S. Smyrna High School Rutgers
22 Samantha Logic 6-0 155 G Racine, WI, U.S. J.I. Case High School Iowa
11 Allyson Malott 6-2 180 F Middletown, OH, U.S. Madison High School Dayton
1 Ariel Massengale 5-6 152 G Bolingbrook, IL, U.S. Bolingbrook High School Tennessee
3 Bria Smith 5-10 150 G Middle Village, NY, U.S. Christ The King Regional High School Louisville
15 Elizabeth Williams 6-3 198 F Virginia Beach, VA, U.S. Princess Anne High School Duke

2011 West Roster[edit]

# Name Height Weight (lbs.) Position Hometown High School College Choice
13 Brianna Banks 5-9 145 G Fayetteville, GA, U.S. Fayette County High School Connecticut
3 Ariya Crook-Williams 5-7 150 G Long Beach, CA, U.S. Long Beach Polytechnic High School Southern Cal
12 Krystal Forthan 6-4 185 C Georgetown, TX, U.S. Georgetown High School LSU
21 Reshanda Gray 6-3 180 F Los Angeles, CA, U.S. Washington Preparatory High School Cal
35 Justine Hartman 6-3 180 C Brea, CA, U.S. Brea Olinda High School UCLA
1 Morgan Jones 6-2 170 F Lake Mary, FL, U.S. Lake Mary High School Northwestern
32 Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis 6-0 175 G Santa Ana, CA, U.S. Mater Dei High School Connecticut
10 Amber Orrange 5-8 145 G Houston, TX, U.S. Westbury Christian School Stanford
4 Cassie Peoples 5-7 148 G Cypress, TX, U.S. Cy-Fair High School Texas
41 Bonnie Samuelson 6-3 155 F Huntington Beach, CA, U.S. Edison High School Stanford
40 Kiah Stokes 6-3 180 F Marion, IA, U.S. Linn-Mar High School Connecticut
24 Alexyz Vaioletama 6-0 178 G Santa Ana, CA, U.S. Mater Dei High School Southern Cal


The East team was coached by:

The West team was coached by:

All-American Week[edit]


  • Monday, March 28: Powerade Jamfest
    • Slam Dunk Contest
    • Three-Point Shoot-out
    • Timed Basketball Skills Competition
  • Wednesday, March 30: Girls All-American Game

Contest Winners[edit]

See also[edit]

2011 McDonald's All-American Boys Game


  1. ^ Michaelson, Lee (March 30, 2011). "Young Stars Shine at McDonald's All-American Girls' Game". FullCourt.com. Lee Michaelson. Retrieved 20 Sep 2013. 

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