|High School:||Pinole Valley|
Cal Career: As a SOPHOMORE in 2010-11, All-Pac-10 team...Pac-10 Media All-Pac-10 team...led the team in scoring with 13.3 points per game (8th in the Pac-10)...second on the team in rebounding at 6.4 per game (12th in the Pac-10)...finished her Cal career with 928 points scored and 217 rebounds...began the 2010-11 season as the first Cal player since the 2007-08 season to have four consecutive double doubles...just missed a fifth double double with 19 points and 8 rebounds against Fullerton...began the season with nine consecutive games scoring in double digits...tied a career high with 11 rebounds against Yale...scored 20 points in the first half against Portland State, making her first six field goal attempts...was named to the Colliers International Classic All-Tournament team...scored a season-high 27 points against Long Beach State...had back-to-back 20-point games against USC and UCLA, the second time in her career she accomplished that...had her seventh 20-point game of the season, playing 40 minutes at home against Washington State...scored 12 points in the final game of the season at Colorado.
As a FRESHMAN in 2009-10, Earned a spot on the Pac-10 Media All-Freshman team and the official Pac-10 All-Freshman team...WNIT All-Tournament Team selection...second on the team in scoring (12.9 ppg) and rebounding (6.4 ppg)...16th in the Pac-10 in scoring and 13th in rebounding...second among Pac-10 freshmen in scoring and third among the rookies in rebounding...had the best field goal percentage among Pac-10 freshmen (50.5 percent), ranking fifth overall in the Conference and 43rd among all NCAA DI players (with a minimum of 5.0 field goals per game)...led the team in blocked shots (42), the 11th-highest single-season total in Cal program history...second highest block total among Pac-10 freshmen and fifth overall among the Pac-10 players...was the only player on the Cal squad to start all 37 games this season...scored 17 points with three assists and 8 rebounds in her Cal debut...scored in double-digits each of the firsts seven games of her collegiate career...had two games (Texas A&M and Long Beach State) going 8-for-11 from the field...began the season (first nine games) shooting 72.7 percent (8-for-11) from three-point range...scored 14 points with four assists against Colorado State...scored 19 points against Texas A&M and Long Beach State...played 39 minutes against Texas A&M...became just the second Cal freshman to score 30 points in a game (at USC)...went 6-for-9 from the field, scoring 13 points against Oregon....logged her first career double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds against USC...had back-to-back 19-point scoring games in the home series against Oregon and Oregon State...had the second double-double of her career against Oregon, adding 11 rebounds to the 19 points...had the first back-to-back 20 point scoring games of her career with 28 points in the WNIT game at Oregon followed by 26 points against BYU...closed out the season with her third 20+ point game of the WNIT, scoring 21 against Miami...ended the Tournament averaging 15.7 points per game with 7.3 rebounds per game.
High School: 2009 McDonalds All-American and 2009 WBCA All-American...2009 Parade Magazine Fourth Team All-American...2008 Street & Smith All-American honorable mention...2009 first team All-State...rated as the No. 12 prospect in the nation by Blue Star, No. 15 by Collegiate Girls Basketball report, No. 24 by ESPN HoopGurlz and No. 32 by the All-Star Girls Report...ranked as the No. 4 forward prospect by ESPN HoopGurlz...NorCal Prep ranked her as the No. 1 prospect in the class of 2009...leading scorer in the state of California for the 2008-09 season, averaging 27.7 ppg...finished her high school career with 2,170 points and 1,002 rebounds...MVP of all the summer tournaments she played in (2006-08)...three-time Pinole Valley High team MVP...earned a CIF Championship at PVHS in 2007.
Personal: DeNesha Rachell Stallworth was born May 5, 1992 in San Francisco...played club basketball for the Orinda Magic and Finest Basketball Club (FBC)...skipped a grade in elementary school...parents are Lisa and Chris Stallworth...enjoys shopping...undeclared major.