Shayna Mehta | Official Website
Shayna Mehta | Official Website


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Sophomore year highlights

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2012-2013 Highlights: San Francisco Examiner All-City Girls Basketball Player of the Year - San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro Player of the Year - Top Regional Player: San Francisco Region - North Coast Sectional Bay Counties League West, Player of the Year - MVP - International High School - Most Outstanding Sophomore Student-athlete- International High School #13 - Shayna Mehta Sophomore year.


  Athletic Honors and Awards

  • San Francisco Examiner All-City Girls Basketball Player of the Year, 2012-13.

  • San Francisco Chronicle All-Metro Player of the Year, 2012-2013.

  • Top Regional Player: San Francisco Region, 2012-13.

  • North Coast Sectional Bay Counties League West, Player of the Year, 2012-13.

  • Cal-Hi Sports CIF All-California Div V – 1st team, 2012-13.

  • MaxPreps All-California Girls Basketball Team, Div V – 2nd Team, 2012-13.

  • Led International High School Varsity Team to 30-5 record and to NCS Final & NorCal Semifinals for 1st time in school history averaging 23.4 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 4.1 assists, 3.1 steals.

  • MVP - 2013 & 2012 - International High School Varsity Basketball.

  • Point Guard Olympic Club Elite AAU Varsity team - 2011, 2012, and 2013.

  • Olympic Club Basketball League MVP, 2011 and 2012.

  • Top female freshman and sophomore athlete - International High School – 2012 and 2013.

  • All-Tournament Selection, End of Oregon Trail, Portland, 2012.

  • PGC (Point Guard College) Summer Camp, 2012.

  • Tara VanDerveer Stanford Basketball Camp 2011 All-Star team.

  • MVP French American International Middle School Soccer, 2011. 

  • French Middle School Olympics in NYC and Montreal 2010 & 2011 - Medals in basketball, soccer and track.

  • Selected for San Francisco Region Soccer ODP (Olympic Development Program), 2009.

  • Boys & Girls Club National team finalists in 2008.

  • Soccer Jr. World Cup, Brittany, France, 2008.

  • Michael Jordan Flight School Camp, UC Santa Barbara, All-Star 2007.


Article Mentions

  • "She's incredible," Valley Christian coach Scott Babinat said. "We put our best defender on her and said, 'Dig in and make everything difficult.' Everything she got she obviously earned. She's an amazing player." (Contra Costa Times)
  • Indefatigable, the sophomore set up plays, initiated fast breaks, shot sharply behind the arc, took it to the net and rarely missed a free throw; at times single-handedly turning games around and always with a smile on her face. The story was not lost on the San Francisco Examiner, who named Mehta, with her 24 points, 7.4 rebounds and 5.5 assists per game, All-City Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year (April 4, 2013). (La Lettre)  
  • “She’s one of the most underrated guards in The City and she can put a team on her back ...mean, go ahead, try to stop her,” (San Francisco Examiner) 
  • "She can split defenders and take the ball to the rack, stop on a dime and drain a 15-foot jumper, or use her step-back move to swish a three. Shay is so much fun to watch and coach, and best of all she is humble, hungry and motivated to get better." (SF Gate
  • End of Trail report, Nor Cal Report: Many standouts, but the one player who really jumped out at me who showed very well and was better than I had expected was Shayna Mehta, a 2015 at International. She put on a show at the Bentley Showdown last year, and I think her quickness and shooting will translate well to the college level. (Clay Kallam, NorCal Preps)
  • “She’s a gamer,” Murphy said of Mehta (…) she can put a team on her back (...) She’s averaging 29 points a game, she’s shooting 50 percent from the field, three-point percentage is 43.“ (San Fran Preps)
  • The Jaguars figure to be the favorite to win the Bay Counties League West title in their first year in the league, mostly due to the return of sophomore phenom Shayna Mehta. (San Fran Preps)
  • “I’ve been coaching Shayna since she was in sixth grade,” said International head coach Charlene Murphy. “She’s one of the top five guards in San Francisco, hands down, and we’re very lucky to have her.” (San Fran Preps