Basketball, Track, Fencing and Wrestling Set to Compete This Weekend
Full Slate of Winter Action on Tap
Senior Scores Career-High 21, Blue Jays Win Third Straight
McCullagh Leads Jays with Career-High 17 Points
Jays Set for Season Opener on November 16
Blue Jays fall to Muhlenberg in Centennial Conference title game.
Blue Jays defeat Ursinus, 67-46, on senior day.
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team defeated Muhlenberg 67-43 inside Goldfarb Gym
Senior Chantel Mattiola set a new record for career three-pointers for the Blue Jays, fueling a 66-54 win.
Johns Hopkins women's basketball team opened the season with 67-62 win over York (PA).
Conteh finished her career ranked in numerous program categories:
Eighth in steals (186)
13th in assists (168)
25th in rebounds (364)
2013-14: Honorable Mention All-Centennial Conference started in all 20 games she played averaged 26.9 minutes and 11.2 points scored a career-high 21 points against Ursinus (11/23) tied her career-high in rebounds (10) twice against Franklin & Marshall (11/26) and Gettysburg (12/3) tied her career-high with six assists while scoring 18 points against Messiah (11/30) tallied 19 points twice against Swarthmore (12/5) and McDaniel (1/28) missed the final six games of the season due to injury.
2012-13: Appeared in 26 games (25 starts), averaging 26.1 minutes first on team in steals (60) and assists (62) and second in rebounds (5.0/g) made first collegiate start against York (PA) tallied season-high five rebounds against Mary Baldwin had season-high eight points against Baruch posted career-high six assists versus Ursinus notched eight points and five rebounds against Dickinson had four assists and three steals versus Swarthmore notched seven points, six assists and game-clinching block in first round of CC Tournament against Haverford.
2011-12: Appeared in all 29 games off the bench named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll averaged 6.4 points (fourth on team), 2.8 rebounds and 15.9 minutes also ranked eighth in the Centennial Conference in steals (1.79) ranked second on the team in field goal percentage (.491) tallied a career-high 14 points in victory versus York grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds and matched career-high with 14 points in win against Chapman University notched a career-high five steals versus Muhlenberg.
2010-11: Saw action in all 28 games as a freshman averaged 5.7 points and 2.0 rebounds per game fourth on the team in assists (35) and third in steals (36) grabbed 28 offensive rebounds, good for fourth on the team scored in double-digits three times had a season-high 13 points against Dickinson grabbed a season-high five rebounds against York (PA) handed out a season-high four assists against Muhlenberg averaged 17.5 minutes a game.
High School: Team captain during junior and senior seasons named to all-district first team as a senior and second team as a junior earned NVWBCA Northern Region Suburban Classic MVP honors led team in steals in both sophomore and junior seasons member of the National Society of High School Scholars graduated summa cum laude served as class president during sophomore year.
Personal: Fatmata B. Conteh born March 28, 1992 daughter of Abdul Conteh and Marie Fofanah-Conteh studied HIV/AIDS in South Africa majoring in neuroscience with a minor in psychology.