◊ Named second-team All-SEC by both league coaches and the Associated Press.
◊ Tabbed second-team All-SEC in preseason balloting of league coaches.
◊ Earned honorable mention All-America status from the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) by being named to the All-Region 3 squad.
◊ Among SEC leaders, completed the season at No. 8 in scoring, No. 16 in rebounding and No. 3 in FG pct.
◊ Recorded as many double-figure efforts (20) in the first 26 games of the 2011-12 season as she did in 68 games combined as a freshman and sophomore.
◊ Notched 23 double-digit scoring games, tying Khaalidah Miller for the team high.
◊ Paced Georgia offensively a team-best 11 times - versus Georgia Southern, Northeastern, Georgia Tech, Mercer, Gonzaga, Montana State, Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State (in Athens) and South Carolina (twice).
◊ Averaged 14.0 ppg and hit 54.5 percent of her FGs in two games at UNLV's Lady Rebel Round-up.
◊ Not sure which was more impressive against Georgia Tech...her point tally or how she got there? Exploded for a career-high 24 against the Yellow Jackets by connecting on 9-of-10 shots from the floor and 6-of-7 free throw attempts.
◊ Scored 16 second-half points on 5-of-5 FG and 6-of-6 FT shooting against Tech...including eight straight points in a span of just 2:39 as the Lady Bulldogs pushed a three-point lead to nine.
◊ Shot 92.3 percent from the field (12-of-13) in wins over South Carolina State and Georgia Tech during the week of Dec. 4.
◊ Dished out eight assists in the first 10 games of the season...one more than she did in 68 games played combined in her freshman and sophomore campaigns.
◊ Named to the all tournament team at the Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic after averaging 17.0 ppg by connecting on 65.0 percent of her FGs and 88.9 percent of her FTs versus Gonzaga and Montana State.
◊ A double-digit scorer in 10 consecutive games from Nov. 26-Jan. 1...averaging 16.1 points while shooting 63.6 percent from the field and 74.0 percent from the line during that span.
◊ Among SEC statistical leaders for conference games only, ranked No. 16 in rebounding (5.6 rpg).
◊ Paced Georgia's offensive output in six contests - versus Chattanooga, Denver, Georgia Tech, High Point, LSU and Tennessee (SEC Tournament).
◊ Took over the Denver game early, coming off the bench to score 16 first-half points - on 7-of-8 FG shooting - versus the Pioneers.
◊ Named to the All-Tournament team at the LMU Thanksgiving Classic after averaging 16.0 ppg and hitting 75.0 percent of her FGs versus Denver and LMU.
◊ Connected on 15-of-18 (.833) trips to the line in successive games against High Point and TCU.
◊ Scored consecutive buckets to help regain some distance against South Carolina after the Gamecocks trimmed a 23-point halftime lead to eight with 11:36 left.
◊ Hit the game-winning free throw against Arkansas in Athens with 13 seconds remaining in overtime against the Razorbacks. Then sealed the victory by forcing an errant pass on an inbounds play.
◊ Averaged 13.3 points and 8.7 rebounds in Georgia's three outings against Vanderbilt, Ole Miss and Kentucky between Feb. 10-17, including a career-high 33 minutes of action at Ole Miss.
◊ Scored a game-high 20 points against No. 4 Tennessee in the SEC Tournament semifinals.
◊ Named to the All-SEC Freshman team in balloting of league coaches.
◊ Led UGA in field goal percentage in SEC play (.533), a mark that ranked No. 5 among league leaders.
◊ Displayed steady and increased contributions as the season progressed.
◊ In the first seven games, she averaged 3.9 points by shooting 39.2 percent from the floor and 50.0 percent from the line.
◊ In the next 27 games, Hassell averaged 6.8 points per game while hitting 54.9 percent of her field goals and 66.7 percent at the line.
◊ Notched her first start versus Alabama State, becoming the 64th - of now 69 - freshman to get the nod during Andy Landers' 31 seasons at UGA.
◊ Exploded for 14 points in just 13 minutes against Detroit.
◊ Scored eight points in a first-half span of just 84 seconds at Arkansas to jump start the Lady Bulldogs. Eventually scored 14 points in just 15 minutes in Fayetteville.
◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Jan. 25, largely due to career-high tallies of 20 points, seven rebounds and 30 minutes played a day earlier vs. Ole Miss.
◊ Started at Kentucky in the absence of Angel Robinson (head injury) and remained there vs. Alabama.
◊ Coached by Bud Brandon at Wilson Central High.
◊ Ranked as the nation's No. 11 prospect by Hoopgurlz.
◊ Was the 17th future Lady Bulldog to play in the WBCA All-America game since its inception in 1992...and the seventh signee to play in the McDonald's All-American contest since it began in 2002.
◊ Named second-team All-America by Parade Magazine and third-team All-USA by USA Today.
◊ Scored an efficient six points by connecting on 3-of-4 shots from the field for the East in a 69-68 loss in the 2009 McDonald's All-America game in Miami.
◊ Named Division I Class AAA Miss Basketball for Tennessee as both a junior and a senior.
◊ Tabbed as the Tennessean's Girls' Basketball Player of the Year in both 2008 and 2009 as well.
◊ As a senior, averaged 19.9 points and 7.0 rebounds and shot nearly 60 percent from the floor.
◊ Led Wilson Central to a 28-6 record and District 9AAA regular-season and tournament titles.
◊ As a junior, averaged 21.3 points and 9.7 rebounds per game while leading Wilson Central to a 31-6 record and the Tennessee 3A State Championship.
◊ Poured in 22 points in the 2008 state title tilt, more than half of the Wildcats' points in the 37-33 overtime victory.
◊ Scored 71 of Wilson Central's 143 points en route to the 2008 championship.
◊ Helped Wilson Central to a 32-7 record and the 2006 state title as a freshman.
◊ Named to the all-tournament team at the state tournament in 2006.
◊ Born April 9, 1991, Jasmine is the daughter of Gail Corder-Hassell and Howard Hassell and the granddaughter of Sarah Corder.
◊ Major: Child & Family Development.
◊ Her mother, Gail, played collegiately at Belmont from 1981-84 and was the Bruins' career scoring leader at the end of her career with 1,814 points.
◊ Her mother still ranks No. 4 in career scoring, rebounding (942), field goals made (746) and free throw attempts (494); No. 5 in field goal attempts (1,361); No. 7 in free throws made (722); and No. 8 in career blocks (90).
◊ Recipient of the Victoria P. Farmer Women's Basketball Scholarship for the 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons.