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#24 Jasmin Corbin
Position: Guard
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Omaha, Neb.
High School: Millard West
2011-12 (Junior)
Jasmin saw action in each of Creighton’s 33 games ... She finished the season with 59 points, including a career-high nine points in the Jays’ 74-67 win over North Carolina State (Nov. 27) ... Corbin was 16-of-72 (.222) on the season, including 14-of-60 (.233) from beyond the arc ... Jasmin pulled down at least one rebound in each of the Bluejays’ last 11 contests .... Tied a career-high with three assists in Creighton’s season-opening win over North Dakota, 72-54, on Nov. 11 ... Also dished out three assists in the Jays’ 65-33 win over Evansville on Jan. 12 ... Corbin was 13-for-16 from the free throw line as a junior, her .813 percentage at the charity stripe was second on the team ... She was a perfect 6-of-6 from the line against the Wolfpack on Nov. 27.

2010-11 (Sophomore)
Appeared in all 31 games off the bench ... Of her 18 field goals made, 15 were three-pointers ... Shot 47.4 percent (9-for-19) from three-point range in true road games ... Went 9-for-25 (.360) from long range in Missouri Valley Conference play ... Grabbed seven steals in her final seven games after she owned only seven steals through the first 24 games of the year ... Made her only three-point attempt at Northwestern (March 17) in the WNIT ... Swiped career-high three steals against Indiana State (Feb. 17), while also tying her season-high with six points for the second straight game ...  Went 2-for-2 from three-point range for six points at Bradley (Feb. 12) ... Also had five points, three assists and two steals against Bradley on Jan. 15 ... Scored in six straight games (Dec. 11 - Jan. 6) for the first time in her career, making a three-pointer in the final four games of that span ... Scored five points in seven minutes against Drake (Dec. 31) ... Led the team and dished a career-high five assists, while adding five points and three rebounds in career-high 19 minutes against North Dakota (Dec. 20) ... Grabbed career-high four rebounds against North Dakota State (Dec. 18).

2009-10 (Freshman)
Played in 28 of 32 games, including 14 of 18 MVC games ... Nine of her 14 field goals on the year were three-pointers ... Played in both WNIT games and all three MVC Tournament games ... Scored a point in four straight games for the only time all year in the final four contests of the season ... Had five points and tied season-high with three rebounds against Stephen F. Austin in the WNIT on March 19 ... Drained her seventh three-pointer of the year in the MVC Tournament championship game against Northern Iowa (March 14) ... Had a steal, a rebound and a bucket at Drake (Feb. 26) ... Made her first MVC three-pointer at Evansville on Jan. 14 ... Made 3-of-4 free throws and had two assists against Wichita State (Jan. 7) ... Blocked two shots in four minutes of play in her MVC debut at Illinois State (Jan. 2) ... Had five points and three boards against Saint Louis (Dec. 4) ... Scored six points and played 17 minutes in each of her first two collegiate contests, against Arkansas State (Nov. 13) and Davidson (Nov. 15) ... Went 3-of-7 from three-point range through her first two games.

Millard West High School
Honored by the Omaha World-Herald on the Class A All-State Second Team and Lincoln Journal Star on the Class A All-State honorable-mention squad as a senior ... Two-time All-Metro Conference selection ... Averaged 9.3 points per game as a senior, adding a career-best 67 steals ... Averaged 10.8 points per game, shot 81 percent from the free throw line, 41 percent from the field and added 84 assists as a junior, when her team finished 24-2 as state runners up ... Posted a 10.2 scoring average as a sophomore ... Played in the Metro Coaches All-Star Game and the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star Game ... Millard West teams were a combined 80-20 during her four prep seasons ... Played club basketball for Pinnacle Bank and the Omaha Crusaders ... Also lettered in track, and was part of the school record-setting 4x100 relay team.

Flanery on Corbin
“Jasmin gives us an opportunity to be a different team.  She gives us a balance on the perimeter on both ends, she can push the ball and set a tone defensively as well as anyone we have.”