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Height: 5'7"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio
High School: New Tech East


Has a great understanding of the game on both ends of the floor … Has been effective as the starting point guard and the backup … Head coach Tarrell Robinson says he loves her tempo and vision in transition and he credits her for taking pride in her defense … Enters her senior season with two MEAC regular-season titles, one MEAC tournament titles and two postseason appearances on her resume … Has played in 95 games with 30 starts in her career … Heads into her final season of eligibility with 368 points, 224 rebounds, 219 assists and 59 steals … Has led the Aggies in assists 28 times in her career and has dished out five or more assists nine times … N.C. A&T is 31-1 in conference play over the past two seasons with Bostick at the point guard position.


2018-19 Season: Played in 32 games with seven starts … Helped the Aggies make program history by being the only N.C. A&T women’s basketball team in history to go undefeated (16-0) in the MEAC … Averaged 4.3 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game … Shot .339 from the floor and .509 from the free throw line … Led the Aggies in assists a team-leading 14 times … Had five or more assists five times … Scored in double figures twice during the season including the season opener when she scored 14 points and dished out four assists in a 72-67 loss to Morehead State on Nov. 9 … Scored 11 points on 9-for-10 shooting from the free throw line in the Aggies 86-52 win over N.C. Central on March 7 … Tied a career high with eight assists in the Aggies 60-56 win over Winston-Salem State on Nov. 16.


2017-18 Season: Played in all 32 games making 18 starts as a sophomore…Averaged 5.4 points, 3.0 assists and 2.8 rebounds per game…Shot .415 from the floor and .632 from the free throw line…Led the Aggies in assists 12 times, in steals five times and in scoring three times…Logged a season-high 31 minutes against Delaware State on Feb. 5…Dished out a career-high eight assists versus St. Augustine’s on Dec. 11…Grabbed a career-best seven rebounds at N.C. Central on March 1 … Made 8 of 14 free throws (.571) against Morgan State on Jan. 13… Posted four double-digit scoring games … Tied a career-high with 15 points on 4-for-6 shooting the field and 7-for-8 shooting from the free throw line in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against No. 2 seed South Carolina on March 16 in Columbia, S.C.


2016-2017 Season: Played in 32 games with five starts … Averaged 1.8 points and 1.9 rebounds per game … Shot .353 from the floor and .488 from the line with one 3-pointer … Fourth on the team in assists at 1.0 per game … Had a career-high nine points with three assists against UT Martin on Nov. 14 … Had five consecutive starts during MEAC play from Feb. 1-Feb. 20…Had two points and two steals against Francis Marion on Dec. 31…Played a season-high 20 minutes against S.C. State on Feb. 13... Went 4-for-4 from the floor against Savannah State at home on Feb. 25.


High School: Played four varsity seasons at New Tech at East High School under coaches Melvin Burke, Cornelius Bogard and Demario Agee … Was named to the Northeast Ohio Lakes All-District Team and All-Ohio Division II Team all four years … As a junior scored her 1,000-career point and was earned the Senate Conference MVP … As a sophomore was named Division II Northeast Ohio Player of the Year ... Played AAU for All-Ohio.


Personal: Full name is Shantell Elizabeth Bostick … She is the daughter of Shaneka Goss and Hollis Bostick … Has two siblings; Dayjah and Terrell … She was born on December 2, 1997 … Her major is sports science and fitness management … Plans on owning a business or anything basketball related in the next ten years … Likes to shop, go to the movies, watch TV and hang out with friends/teammates … Her favorite book is “The Giving Tree”,  her favorite TV show is “Scooby-Doo” and her favorite food is tacos … Praying is her pre-game ritual and her family is her most prized possession … She chose A&T because of the school’s atmosphere.

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