#13 Erica Inge
Pos: G
Height: 5-3
Year: SR
Major: Biology (cell & molecular)
Parents: Eric & Chantell
Birthday: 8/13
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
High School: Dorsey
2010-11: The undisputed leader of the squad and one of the nation's finest point guards enters her final collegiate campaign is motivated to finish strong…as she goes, so go the Mustangs…already known for her passing skills, she'll be challenged to take on more of a scorer's mentality…improved shot selection and her ability to get to the basket will help…dazzles opponents with lightning-quick speed, enabling her to find open teammates…quick hands and quick feet make her a marvelous stopper at the point of attack…gets most of her steals by invading passing lanes…should be a postseason award candidate once again and should be at or near the top on the college's all-time assists and steals charts. 

2009-10: One of the country's elite point guards solidified her status with another outstanding campaign, capped off by multiple postseason honors…started every game for the second year in a row, directing the offense with unflappable confidence while wreaking havoc on the other end…led the club in assists for the third consecutive season and finished fourth in the GSAC (4.6apg)…had 15 games with five or more assists, including a season-high nine vs. Cal Maritime on 11/13/09…she moved up to No. 3 (443) on the college's all-time list…top the GSAC with a career-best 84 steals…recorded at least one steal in every game and had six thefts on four different occasions…rose to No. 6 (235) on the career list…although her scoring average dipped just a bit, she still scored in double figures 20 times…tallied a season-high 23 points vs. Hope International on 1/16/2010…made a habit of getting to the line where she set career-highs for attempts and makes…she was the lone Mustang chosen to the All-GSAC team and was voted an NAIA honorable mention All-American. 

2008-09: Staking her claim as starter at the point, the backcourt blur showed why she is one of the country's best at her position…ran the half-court offense with cool efficiency and triggered the break with lethal speed…led the club and the GSAC in assists per game (5.5)…her 165 assists were the sixth-best, single-season mark in school history…she's already No. 5 (309) on the career assists list…had a team-high 81 steals, the second-best mark in the conference…dished out a career-high 14 assists vs. California Baptist on 1/15/09 and had 11 more against William Jessup on 11/8/08…scoring 13 and 14 points, respectively, in those games, she posted her two point/assist double-doubles of the season…notched her other double-double when she scored 19 points and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds vs. Vanguard on 1/3/09…had four or more steals in a game 12 times…equaled a career-best with seven steals against Cal Maritime on 11/7/08…scored in double figures 18 times and tallied a career-high 24 points vs. Concordia on 1/6/09…selected as a second-team NCCAA All-American.

2007-08: The diminutive freshman dazzled opponents and fans alike with her blazing speed and game-changing plays, coming off the bench to establish herself as one of the top subs in the country…led the club in assists (sixth in the GSAC), steals, and free throws…averaged just under 10ppg, scoring in double figures 16 times…scored a season-high 19 points vs. Freed-Hardeman (TN) on 11/15/07…handed out a season-best 10 assists vs. Missouri Valley on 12/28/07 and along with that tallied 14 points for her lone double-double of the year…had a season-high seven steals vs. Cal State Los Angeles on 12/10/07…led the Mustangs to a thrilling, comeback win over Olivet Nazarene (IL) in the first round of the NAIA National Tournament with 15 points, seven rebounds, six assists, and four steals.

Dorsey HS: Started as a freshman (2003-04) for Coach Sherlett Hendy and never looked back in establishing herself as one of the top all-around athletes in Los Angeles City Section history…named Coliseum League MVP in her first year and added All-CIF Los Angeles City Section second-team honors…as a sophomore, she averaged 19.6ppg and was a repeat on the all-section second-team squad…took her game to another level the following year when she led the City Section in scoring (23.1ppg), highlighted by a career-high 47 points vs. Santee…led the Dons to a 25-5 (9-0 at home) record and a runner-up finish in the section…named league MVP for the second time in three years, she was an All-Los Angeles City section first-team choice and the co-MVP of the section…chosen all-area first team and area player of the year by the Los Angeles Wave newspaper…wrapped up a marvelous four years in 2006-07 when she paced the City Section in scoring (19.2ppg) for the second year in a row as the Dons won the Coliseum League (10-0, 21-7 overall)…selected Player of the Year by the Los Angeles Wave…pulled a three-peat as league MVP, was named All-Los Angeles City Section for the second consecutive year, and added All-CIF State Division 1 first-team and Player of the Year honors.