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Sania Feagin

  • position Forward
  • height 6-3
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Ellenwood, Ga.
  • High school Forest Park
  • position Forward
  • height 6-3
  • class Junior
  • Hometown Ellenwood, Ga.
  • High school Forest Park

Sania Feagin Bio


At South Carolina
SEC Community Service Team (2023)
SEC Academic Honor Roll (2022)

High School
Naismith All-America First Team
WBCA All-America
McDonald’s All-America
Gatorade Georgia Player of the Year (2020)

International (USA Basketball)
2021 FIBA U19 World Cup, gold medal
2019 U16 National Team finalist

Bio Information

Sophomore Year (2022-23)

  • Helped team to program-record 36 wins, including perfect 16-0 slate in SEC action, seven wins over ranked opponents, an SEC Tournament title and a spot in the NCAA Final Four for the third-straight season
  • Saw action in 27 games this season, including 11 SEC contests, two SEC Tournament games and four NCAA Tournament outings, and scored in double figures five times
  • Returned from injury against Arkansas (Jan. 22) with an emphatic block within 20 seconds after coming off the bench and putting down a buzzer-beating layup at the end of the third period
  • Tallied 11 points against Texas A&M (Dec. 29) scoring in every quarter, including a layup at the buzzer to help the Gamecocks end the first quarter on a 17-2 run
  • Finished strong against Coastal Carolina (Dec. 21), tallying 11 of the team’s 23 points in the final quarter for her fourth double-figure scoring game of the season, and tying her career high with three blocks
  • Tallied four consecutive points in the first quarter against Memphis (Dec. 3), and the final six points of the game going 4-of-4 at the free throw line with a layup in between to end the game … finished with a new career high of 11 points
  • Netted four-straight points in the second quarter at #2/2 Stanford (Nov. 20) to open 11-2 run that made it a one-point game with two minutes left before halftime

Freshman Year (2021-22)

  • Part of first team in program history to be ranked No 1 in both the AP and the USA Today Coaches’ Polls every week of the season and program’s second National Championship
  • Team posted program-record 14 wins over ranked opponents and claimed the SEC Regular-Season title
  • Had a career day in NCAA first-round win over Howard (Mar. 18), tying for team lead with a season-high 10 points and a season-high seven rebounds in just 14 minutes of action
  • Played a season-high 11 minutes against Auburn (Feb. 17), finishing with season highs of six rebounds and two blocks
  • Enjoyed perhaps her best quarter of the season, scoring five points with two steals and a rebound in almost eight minutes of action in the second quarter at #17/14 Georgia (Feb. 13)
  • Led the bench’s rebounding effort at #13/16 LSU (Jan. 6), pulling down four in the first half to help keep the game close
  • Made her SEC debut vs. Mississippi State (Jan. 2), getting a steal in three minutes of action
  • Led the team to its most dominant quarter vs. Elon (Nov. 26) with production on both ends of the court in the fourth; made all four field goal attempts for nine points along with four rebounds (two offensive), two assists and a steal
  • Had another perfect shooting night off the bench vs. Clemson (Nov. 17), hitting all three of her field goal attempts
  • Connected on both field goal attempts in the fourth quarter vs. South Dakota (Nov. 12) to score her first collegiate points

High School

  • Ranked the No. 1 forward and No. 4 overall player in the Class of 2021
  • Consensus first-team All-American after a senior year (2020-21) that included 18.9 points, 10.3 rebounds and 4.2 blocks per game
  • Was a four-time All-State selection by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, including first-team honors as a junior (2019-20) and senior (2020-21)
  • Earned Georgia Gatorade Player of the Year recognition as a junior (2019-20)
  • Helped Forest Park to 6A state championship in 2020 and a 5A runner-up finish in 2021
  • Amassed over 1,800 points and 1,300 rebounds in her career


  • Daughter of Sherri and Charles Feagin … has two older sisters, Temeka Adderton and Kiera Wills, an older brother, Jacari Davison, and a younger brother, Jacob Feagin
  • Both parents played basketball NCAA Div. I basketball – Sherri at Washington, Charles at Morgan State
  • Majoring in services management