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Skylar Diggins: “I’m Just The Poor Man’s Version Of Her”
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But when asked where she gets her model-type looks from, Diggins simply points to her mother, Renee Scott. Renee Scott typically avoids the limelight and likes to stick to things behind the scenes. But make no mistake, she has a competitive edge too. According to Diggins, the family had to play board or card games until their mother prevailed. Mom had strict rules including an 11 p. It was growing up in that structured environment that allowed Skylar to push harder and flourish.
She finished her Notre Dame career ranked first in points and steals, second in assists, and as a two-time winner of the Nancy Lieberman Award as the top point guard in the nation. Diggins-Smith was born in South Bend, Indiana. She also grew up playing softball. Diggins-Smith was four-year varsity basketball letter winner at Washington High School in South Bend, where the Panthers had a combined record of —7. As a sophomore, she averaged During her junior year she averaged a state-best As a senior, she averaged a state-best 29 points per game, along with 6. She tallied fourteen point games in 26 games played, and narrowly missed a rare quadruple-double in the '08—09 season opener vs. LaPorte, finishing with 28 points, 12 assists, 12 steals and nine rebounds. Diggins-Smith finished her career with 2, points, the third-highest girls' scoring total in Indiana history for an average of
Skylar Diggins encourages campers at her camp in Rockville. Diggins said she started playing the sport at age 5 and joined an AAU program when she was 10 years old. She received her first scholarship offer four years later. Diggins, a former NCAA standout at Notre Dame, lectured the young student-athletes on what it takes to get ahead in the game. I want to see how high my elevator can go. Pat the Roc, also known as Patrick Robinson, said he met Diggins about six years ago at an Indiana Black Expo event where the Notre Dame standout was receiving an award and Robinson was playing in a charity basketball game. Diggins comes to Rockville to train with Robinson, and he travels to South Bend to work out with her about three to four times a year, he said.