2009-10: Received the Gold Presidential Scholar award for the PBC … Played in 29 games starting nine … Averaged 21.9 minutes per game, shot .357 from the field, .321 from three and 70 percent from the charity stripe … She cashed in 265 points, 24 assists, and 93 boards … Recorded 15 double-digit scoring games, one of which was a 20-point game.
2008-09: Team's leading returning scorer ... Played in 28 games with 12 starts ... Averaged 10.5 points and 3.7 rebounds while dishing out 26 assists and nabbing 32 steals ... Hit 35 percent from the floor (103-301), 33 percent from three point (54-164) and 60 percent from the line (35-58) ... Rose to 11.2 points and 4.1 rebounds per game in PBC contests ... Had 16 games of double-digit scoring, including four 20-plus point games ... Had a season-high 28 points against Lander Feb. 14 ... Pulled down a season-high eight rebounds twice ... Led the team in scoring eight times ... PBC?Bronze Scholar.
2007-08: Had one of the most prolific rookie seasons in Georgia College history, being named to the Division II Bulletin National All-Freshman Team and the first PBC Freshman of the Year in program history ... Named PBC Player of the Week Jan. 14 ... Played in 27 games with 17 starts ... Averaged a team-high 13.4 points per game, with 2.9 rebounds per contest, 27 assists and 28 steals ... Averaged 15.2 points per game in PBC contests ... Led team with 57 three-point field goals and was tops at .326 from behind the arc ... Had 18 double-digit scoring games ... Hit for a career-high 41 points in the loss to Lander Jan. 12, coming seven shy of the single-game school record and snapping the Georgia College mark in the Centennial Center (previously 35 points) ... Hit eight three-pointers in that contest, breaking the single-game mark for threes ... Hit her first collegiate points with a three-pointer against Shorter Nov. 16, her first collegiate game ... Named GCSU Athlete of the Week Jan. 13 ... PBC Presidential Scholar.
High School: Member of the 1,000-point club and leading scorer all-time at Tucker High ... Named Top-10 Senior in DeKalb in 2007 ... Selected to the 2007 All-Star Team ... Her AAU team was the Georgia Comets.
Personal: Daughter of Byron Huffin and Kim Buckner ... Born May 9, 1989 ... Majoring in exercise science ... Nickname is Nique ... Chose Georgia College because she loved the school and campus and definitely the team ... Her favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers ... Her favorite TV show is Family Guy ... Has made the Dean’s List two straight years at GCSU.