One of the top point guards in the nation ... a spectacular playmaker and skilled point guard with a knack for visualizing the floor ... has a wonderful shooting touch and great passing skills ... one of the most clutch players in Duke history ... All-America selection as a sophomore and junior ... Co-Parade National Player of the Year as a senior in high school.
Earned All-America honors as a junior from the WBCA Coaches and as a sophomore from USBWA ... voted the ACC Co-Player of the Year by the league’s coaches as a junior ... All-ACC first team honoree as a sophomore and junior ... suffered a dislocated kneecap in the 25th game of her junior season against Wake Forest and missed the remainder of the year ... All-ACC Rookie team as a freshman ... posted an 82.7 free throw percentage in three years, which ranks third on the Blue Devil career list ... owns a 1.7 assist/turnover ratio ... dished 423 assists for an average of 4.6 ... one of only five Blue Devils to total a triple-double and the first to notch two triple-doubles ... totaled seven career games with 10 or more assists ... has taken 35 charges in three years, including 18 as a junior ... hit 27 of 50 field goals (54.0%) in the final three minutes of games over her career ... had surgery on her left ankle immediately following the 2010-11 season.
Duke Record Book: Moving up the Blue Devil career charts, ranking 28th in points (1,026), tied for ninth in three-point field goal percentage (.393), third in free throw percentage (.827), ninth in assists (423), sixth in steals (248), fourth in charges taken (35) and fourth in assist/turnover ratio (1.74) ... her .851 free throw percentage as a junior ranked ninth ... dished a school-record 201 assists as a sophomore ... handed out a school-record 15 assists against Clemson as a junior ... listed fourth on the single-season steals chart with 93 as a sophomore and fifth with 89 as a junior ... ranked in the top 10 in nine different Duke freshman records -- single-game three-pointers made (T4th, 4), season assists (9th, 86), season steals (3rd, 66), season free throws made (10th, 66), season free throws attempted (10th, 82), season free throw percentage (3rd, .805), season three-pointers made (T6th, 33), season three-pointers attempted (7th, 83) and season double-figure scoring (T6th, 19).
As a Junior (2012-13): WBCA Coaches All-America and Associated Press Second Team All-America ... Full Court Third Team All-America ... WBCA Region II Nominee for All-America ... John R. Wooden finalist ... Co-ACC Player of the Year by the head coaches ... All-ACC First Team selection ... All-ACC Defensive Team ... USBWA and Naismith Midseason candidate for player of the year ... Women of Troy Classic MVP ... ACC Player of the Week on Jan. 7 ... Naismith Preseason Player of the Year watch list ... All-ACC Academic Team ... final nominee for the Nancy Lieberman Award ... injured in the 25th game of the season against Wake Forest with a dislocated kneecap and missed the remainder of the year ... was having one of the best individual seasons in school history prior to the injury ... averaged 12.6 points, 5.4 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 3.6 steals on the season ... notched her second career triple-double at Boston College with 18 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists ... dished a school-record 15 assists against Clemson ... dished 10 assists at Xavier to go along with 22 points, six rebounds and three steals ... shot .851 from the free throw line and hit a school-record 37 straight free throws ... took a team-high 18 charges ... totaled a double-double against Southern California with 18 points and 10 rebounds ... collected a career-high nine steals against Clemson, while scoring nine points and pulling down six rebounds ... against seventh-ranked Maryland, scored a career-high 28 points, while hitting 13-of-14 from the free throw line ... listed as one of the top five point guards by ESPN.com ... hit 40.7 percent from three-point land.
As a Sophomore (2011-12):
USBWA All-America ... Fresno Regional All-Tournament team ... one of four finalists for the Nancy Lieberman Award ... WBCA Region II Nominee for All-America ... All-ACC Tournament Second Team ... USBWA finalist for National Player of the Year ... Naismith midseason candidate for National Player of the Year ... All-ACC First Team ... two-time ACC Player of the Week selection ... Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament team ... averaged 12.5 points, 6.1 assists, 4.9 rebounds and 2.8 steals ... ranked 12th nationally in assists and 29th in steals ... led the ACC in assists per game, while ranking fifth in free throw percentage (82.1) ... posted a school-record 201 assists ... her 6.1 assists per game was a school record as well ... tied for fourth on the Duke single-season list with 93 steals ... notched a triple-double against Pittsburgh with 14 points, a school-record 13 assists and 11 rebounds ... posted a school-record four games with 10 or more assists on the season ... notched Duke records in the NCAA Tournament with eight steals against St. John’s and 12 assists at Vanderbilt ... posted a 1.7 assist/turnover ratio, which ranked fourth in the ACC ... hit a perfect 9-of-9 from the free throw line in the Elite Eight versus Stanford ... drained her final 20 free throws of the season ... averaged 16.0 points, 6.5 assists, 4.8 rebounds and 3.8 steals in the NCAA Tournament ... led Duke with eight charges taken ... hit 14-of-22 field goals in the final three minutes of games (63.6%) ... scored 12 points in the final 3:23 at Boston College ... tallied a career-high 25 points in the ACC Tournament against N.C. State ... posted 23 points in the NCAA Elite Eight versus Stanford ... ranked tied for third in the ACC in steals per game (2.8).
As a Freshman (2010-11):
Selected to the All-ACC Tournament Second Team after averaging 9.3 points, 4.0 assists, 3.7 rebounds and 1.3 steals in three games ... All-ACC Freshman Team honoree ... All-ACC Honorable Mention ... named ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 13 ... a Preseason ACC Newcomer to Watch ... saw action in 34 games ... earned starts in 18 games including against DePaul and Connecticut in the NCAA Tournament Regionals ... averaged 8.7 points per game ... hit 80.5 percent from the free throw line ... scored double-digits in 18 contests ... grabbed 113 rebounds for an average of 3.3 boards per game ... averaged 2.5 assists and 1.9 steals per game ... sidelined with an ankle injury late in the regular season ... scored a career-high 20 points at 13th-ranked North Carolina as she hit a career-high 4-of-7 three-pointers ... for the season, hit 39.8 percent from three-point range ... hit multiple three-pointers in nine contests ... dished a career-high seven assists against Oklahoma State and Boston College ... tied for a team best with nine charges taken ... her 80.5 free throw percentage ranked the third-highest by a Duke freshman in school history ... had 10 points, eight rebounds and seven assists at Oklahoma State as she neared a triple-double ... sank the game-winning layup at N.C. State ... hit two key three-pointers late in the second half to propel Duke to a second round NCAA Tournament victory ... became the ninth freshman in school history to produce 10+ points in her first two career NCAA Tournament games ... notched double-digits against DePaul joining Alana Beard as the only Duke players to register 10+ points in their first three NCAA Tournament games.
High School/AAU: A McDonald’s All-America and WBCA All-America ... an All-USA Today high school girl’s basketball team selection in 2010 ... named Co-Player of the Year and a first team honoree on Parade’s 2010 All-America squad ... a three-time The Record Player of the Year ... California Miss Basketball and Gatorade Player of the Year selection in 2010 ... tallied 18 points and eight rebounds in the 2010 WBCA High School All-America game, while being named Red Team MVP ... scored four points and grabbed five steals in the 2010 McDonald’s All-America High School game ... one of five finalists for the 2010 Naismith National Player of the Year ... in her four years, took 38 charges, while totaling 2,164 career points ... as a senior, averaged 16.0 points, 4.2 rebounds, 6.1 assists and 5.1 steals ... hit 48.0 percent of her field goals ... led her team to the Class 6A state championship and was named MVP of the state tournament ... guided St. Mary’s H.S. to a 34-1 overall record and a No. 2 final national ranking ... the 2009 Stockton Hall of Fame, California Junior, Comcast Sports and Stockton Player of the Year ... her St. Mary’s squad was the California State Champions and won the Division II CIF Tournament in 2009 ... Cal-Hi Sports All-State first team ... 2009 All-USA Girls Basketball third team selection ... named Stockton Record Player of the Week seven times ... as a junior, averaged 19.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 4.4 steals ... hit 53.3 percent of her field goals ... led St. Mary’s to a 31-3 overall record and the state championship .... 2008 California State Player of the Year and Parade Magazine fourth team All-America ... participated in the Nike Skills Academy in 2008 and 2009 ... played for the Nike AAU Team California Storm and Team Taurasi ... selected the 2008 Farmers Insurance Student-Athlete of the Year by Comcast Television ... Cal Hi Sport First Team selection ... her sophomore year, averaged 17.6 points, 4.2 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 4.9 steals ... 2008 Stockton Player of the Year ... earned Arizona Grand Resort All-Tournament Team honors ... Cal Hi Sport Athlete of the Month selection ... as a freshman, averaged 11.9 points, 2.8 rebounds, 3.6 assists and 3.8 steals ... MVP of the West Coast Jamboree in 2007.
Personal: Full name is Chelsea Nichelle Gray ... born October 8, 1992 in Hayward, Calif. ... daughter of James and Vickey Gray ... has one brother, Javon (30) ... her cousin, Alexis Gray-Lawson played for the California women’s basketball team and was drafted by the Washington Mystics of the WNBA ... totaled a 3.7 grade-point average in high school ... majoring in sociology along with a minor in theater studies and a markets and management certificate ... an ACC Honor Roll selection as a junior.