2019-20: Third team All-Mid-American Conference ... started all 31 games ... one of three Broncos to start each contest ... played 1,007 minutes, scored a team-high 495 points, pulled down 191 rebounds, dished out 76 assists and collected 65 steals ... in the Western Michigan single-season record book, ranks ninth in points, 11th in three-point field goals made (66), tied for 13th in field goals (185) and tied for 16th in steals ... averaged 32.5 minutes, 16.0 points and 6.2 rebounds per game ... shot 38.5 percent (185-of-480) from the field, 31.7 percent (66-of-208) from three and 60.8 percent (59-of-97) from the free-throw line ... finished with two double-doubles ... in the MAC, finished fourth in steals, sixth in steals per game (2.1), tied for sixth in made threes, ninth in points per game and three-pointers per game (2.1), 14th in minutes per game and 18th in rebounds per game ... in only MAC games, ranked third in steals per game (2.2), tied for fourth in made threes (41) and steals (39), fifth in three-pointers per game (2.3), 10th in points per game (15.6) and 16th in field-goal percentage (35.7) ... poured in a season-high 33 points against Northern Illinois (February 29), tied for the 10th most in a game by a MAC player in 2019-20 and tied for the 14th most in a game in WMU history ... made 13 field goals in the tilt, tied for the ninth most in the league in 2019-20 and the 16th most in a game by a Bronco, and seven threes, tied for the seventh most in the MAC during the season and tied for the third most by a Bronco ... scored 10+ points in 27 games and 20+ in 11 contests ... made at least one field goal in every game and tallied 10+ in three contests ... nailed at least one three in 28 games ... pulled down 2+ rebounds in all 31 games, 5+ in 23 games and 10+ in consecutive games against Ball State (March 7/11) and Bowling Green (March 9/10) ... had at least one steal in 27 games and at least one assist in 26 ... finished with a career-high nine assists versus Akron (January 25) ... in the final five games of the season, averaged 20.8 points and 8.0 rebounds while making 3.4 threes per game and contributing both of year's double-doubles.
2018-19: Redshirted due to medical reasons.
2017-18: One of three Broncos to play in all 33 games, making 23 starts … named team’s Co-Most Improved Player of the Year with freshman Nina Farkic … averaged 7.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.6 steals per game … finished second on the team in total assists (66) and steals (53) … led the squad in three-point field goals made (41) while shooting 32.0 percent from behind the arc … scored a year-high 32 points, the most by any Bronco during the season, with a season-best five threes against Bowling Green (March 5) in the MAC Championship first round … poured in 11 double-digit scoring games, including 11 points in debut at New Mexico (November 10) … notched a double-double at Bowling Green (February 7) with 15 points and 12 rebounds.
Personal: Daughter of Jarvis and Danielle Walker ... has two siblings, Jasmyn and Jarvis … Jasmyn was a two-year letterwinner (2018-19) in basketball for Western Michigan, playing in and starting 50 and scoring 468 points in 1,363 minutes while grabbing 313 rebounds, dishing out 56 assists and collecting 39 steals and 23 blocks ... father played professional basketball in Germany and was a four-year letterman (1986-87-88-89) for the Ferris State men's basketball who was the 1989 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Player of the Year, 1986 GLIAC Freshman of the Year, three-time first team all-GLIAC selection and 1988 and 1989 Ferris MVP, helping the Bulldogs to three consecutive NCAA Division II Tournament bids and three conference titles before earning induction into the Ferris State Hall of Fame in 2004 … mother was a four-year letterwinner (1988-89-90-91) in women's basketball at Ferris State who led the Bulldogs in scoring and rebounding three consecutive seasons, was named the Ferris MVP in 1990 and 1991 and earned honorable mention all-GLIAC accolades in 1991 before earning induction into the Ferris State Hall of Fame in 2007 ... plans to major in political science … born February 7, 1999
Walker recently completed her undergraduate degree from WMU with a major in political science and minor in communications. At Tennessee, she intends on pursuing a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration on entrepreneurship and management. After college, she hopes to play professionally overseas – following in the footsteps of her father, Jarvis Walker – with the desire to coach one day and go to law school.
Now, she’s getting her shot at big-time women’s college basketball. “You know, as like a little girl you always dream of it – being on TV, like, ‘I want to be there,’” Walker said. “It never was my intent to leave Western or anything like that, but since I did and I had an opportunity (to be recruited by top programs) and now that I’m going to one, it’s definitely … I don’t even know how to put it into words. It’s almost a surreal feeling.” Miss Basketball realizes a dream 3 years delayed: Jordan Walker picks Tennessee