MSU-Northern women’s basketball coach Chris
Mouat has announced the signing of 5’10” guard Tina Doughty.
Doughty previously played at NCAA Division I schools the
University of New Mexico and Utah Valley University.
Mouat said, “Tina brings a lot of valuable
experience. She is a
skilled guard with good length and can play a number of
positions on the floor.
She has scored almost 600 points at the NCAA Division I
level and will add depth to our perimeter.”
As a true freshman at the University of New
Mexico, Doughty started in 11 games.
At Utah Valley University, she was a regular starter and
averaged 10.4 and 9.0 points per game in two seasons.
For her career, she has shot 77% from the free throw line
and 31% from the 3-point line.
During her sophomore season at Utah Valley,
Doughty earned Great West Conference Player of the Week honors
after connecting on 8 of 10 3-point field goals.
During her junior year, she set Utah Valley records for
free throws attempted and made in a game, going 16 of 18.
Doughty, a native of Granbury, Texas, played
high school basketball for legendary coach Leta Andrews.
Andrews is a member of the Women’s Basketball Hall of
Fame and is the winningest high school coach in the nation.
She retired in 2014 at the age of 76 after amassing 1416
wins in 51 years of high school coaching.
Mouat added, “We are excited to have Tina in
the Skylight program for her final season.
She has played at a very high level and should make an
As a senior at Granbury High School, Tina
averaged 21.5 points and 9.8 rebounds per game while helping the
Pirates to the third round of the Texas 4A playoffs.
Tina is the daughter of Todd and Pam Doughty.
She plans on majoring in liberal studies at MSU-Northern.