Team 2017-18 Nebraska Women's Basketball
Honors & Awards
  • WBCA "So You Want To Be A Coach" Participant (2018)
  • Nebraska Defensive MVP (2018)
  • Nebraska Women's Basketball Lifter of the Year (2017)
  • Nebraska Kathy Branchaud Most Improved Rebounder Award (2017)
  • Academic All-Big Ten (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017; Spring 2015, 2017, 2018)
  • Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Tennessee Class 2-AA Player of the Year (2013, 2014)
  • First-Team All-Tennessee (USA Today, 2014)
  • Tennessee Class 2-AA All-State (2013, 2014)
  • Tennessee Class 2-AA West Region Player of the Year (2013, 2014)

Senior (2017-18)
Jasmine Cincore produced at both ends of the court for Nebraska throughout her career. The 5-10 guard from Arlington, Tenn., started 31 of Nebraska's 32 games in 2017-18 after starting all 29 games in 2016-17. 

In 32 games in 2017-18, Cincore averaged 6.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.2 steals per game. She produced career-high totals in points (203), rebounds (129), assists (68), steals (37), blocks (9) and minutes played (882) as a senior. She was also named Nebraska's Defensive MVP.

She produced one of the best all-around games of her career with 14 points, five rebounds, three assists, three steals and a block in Nebraska's win over Arkansas (Nov. 16). She added 13 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals in a win at Iowa (Jan. 28), before getting her eighth double-figure scoring effort of the season with 11 points at Indiana (Feb. 17).

Cincore played a strong game with 11 points, seven rebounds and two steals in a road win at No. 25 Rutgers (Jan. 21). She added 11 points in a key Big Ten road win at Minnesota (Dec. 31). She just missed a double-double with eight points and 10 rebounds in a win at Illinois (Jan. 10).

She played an outstanding all-around game with nine points, six rebounds, five assists, three blocks and a steal in Nebraska's Big Ten Tournament quarterfinal win over Michigan (March 2).

In non-conference play, Cincore had 12 points, seven rebounds, four assists and two steals in a road win at Drake (Dec. 9). She also had 10 points, four rebounds and four assists in a win over Florida Atlantic (Dec. 19) and 10 points and eight rebounds against Buffalo (Nov. 23).

Cincore closed her career with eight points, three rebounds, a block and a steal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Arizona State (March 17) in Austin, Texas.

Junior (2016-17)
Cincore averaged 6.7 points, 3.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.1 steals in her first season as a full-time starter for the Huskers. She captured Nebraska's Lifter-of-the-Year Award and the team's Kathy Branchaud Most Improved Rebounder Award at the conclusion of the season.

Cincore produced a career-high 17 points at Michigan State, while adding five rebounds and two assists (Jan. 7). She closed with her sixth double-figure scoring effort of the year with 12 points against Illinois (March 1) at the Big Ten Tournament in Indianapolis. She hit a career-high three three-pointers against the Illini, while adding four rebounds and three assists. All six of her double-figure scoring performances came in Big Ten play, including 12 points, two rebounds, three assists and four steals in a win over Rutgers (Jan. 10).

She produced double figures in three straight games beginning with 11 points at No. 15 Ohio State (Jan. 29), before adding 10 points, seven rebounds and six assists against Minnesota (Feb. 4). She closed the stretch with 11 points, five rebounds and four steals at Wisconsin (Feb. 9).

Cincore also produced the first double-digit rebound game of her career with 11 boards at Iowa (Dec. 31). She had seven points and a career-high four blocked shots against Drake (Dec. 6).

Cincore opened the season with nine points, two rebounds and four assists in a win over UTRGV (Nov. 12). She added nine points on 4-of-5 shooting in a win over Colorado State (Nov. 17). She pitched in nine points, four rebounds, four assists and two steals at Virginia Tech (Dec. 1). 

Off the court, Cincore earned academic All-Big Ten accolades for the second straight season.

Sophomore (2015-16)
Cincore worked hard during the offseason and positioned herself for a strong sophomore season. Cincore started in place of injured senior Rachel Theriot the final five games and six times overall in 2015-16.

Cincore averaged 4.3 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 17.9 minutes per game on the season. She had a career-high 16 points against Indiana Feb. 24. She capped her season with 10 points, four rebounds and three assists against Northern Iowa in the first round of the WNIT. Over the final 10 games, Cincore averaged 6.6 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 1.2 steals in 29.7 minutes per game.

Cincore made her first career start in Nebraska’s win at Michigan Jan. 24. She had eight points, three assists, a block and a steal in 32 minutes. Cincore had nine points and knocked down a pair of threes at No. 5 Ohio State Feb. 18, before making her second career start in place of Theriot in a loss to Purdue Feb. 21. Cincore tied a career high with four steals.

She contributed seven points, two rebounds, an assist and three steals at Minnesota Feb. 7. She had five points and a season-high-tying four rebounds in a win over Penn State Feb. 2. Cincore had nine points at No. 8 Maryland Jan. 7.

She scored eight points in a win over Southern on Nov. 23, when she went a career-best 6-for-6 at the free throw line. She opened with six points, four rebounds, three assists and a block against Arkansas Pine Bluff. She had seven points and a career-high four steals against North Florida. She hit 27 straight free throws from Dec. 8 to Feb. 14.

In August, Cincore was one of NU’s top players on a four-game trip to Australia. She ranked second among the Huskers in scoring with 10.0 points, while adding 4.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game against several Australian professional teams. In September and October, Cincore battled a stress reaction (foot) and missed a month of practice.

Freshman (2014-15)
Cincore played in 20 games as a freshman for the Huskers, despite missing more than a month in the middle of the season with an ankle injury.

Cincore, who appeared in each of Nebraska's final eight games of the season, finished with 25 points, four rebounds, 10 assists and seven steals in just 97 total minutes during the season. She averaged 10.3 points, 1.6 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.9 steals per 40 minutes throughout the season.

She appeared in seven of Nebraska’s first eight games, before being sidelined by an ankle injury following Nebraska's game at Alabama Dec. 7, when she dished out a season-high three assists.

Cincore missed more than a month before returning to action against Penn State Jan. 15. She played in 13 of Nebraska's final 17 games.

She scored a season-high six points in just four minutes off the bench in a win at Wisconsin Jan. 22. Cincore added five points against Alcorn State Nov. 16, after opening the season with four points against Pepperdine Nov. 15.

Off the court, Cincore earned two spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll and was named to the 2015 Tom Osborne Citizenship Team.

Before Nebraska
As a senior, Cincore led Briarcrest Christian to a 28-1 record under Coach Lee Smith and a berth in the Class 2-AA state tournament, averaging 15.2 points, 8.0 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 3.1 steals per game.

During her junior season, Cincore averaged 15 points, seven rebounds, four assists and three steals while leading the Saints to a 27-2 record, a 26-game winning streak and the Class 2-AA state semifinals in 2013. For her performance, she was named Miss Basketball in Tennessee Class 2-AA in both 2013 and 2014. She was a first-team Class 2-AA all-state selection by the Tennessee Sportswriters Association both seasons.

As a senior, she added first-team All-Tennessee honors from USA Today.

She also played club basketball for the Tennessee Glory. A tremendous all-around athlete, Cincore finished third in the girls shot put at the 2013 Tennessee Division II High School Track and Field Championships with a throw of 35-6.

The daughter of Wesley and Monique Cincore, Jasmine was born April 26, 1996, in New Orleans, La. Jasmine has a younger brother, Jalen. Jasmine majored in advertising and public relations and was a three-time academic All-Big Ten selection. She earned her bachelor's degree from Nebraska in May of 2018. She earned seven spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. She was a four-time member of the Tom Osborne Citizenship Team. In the spring of 2017, she served on a mission trip to Africa alongside Nebraska assistant coach Tom Goehle.

She chose Nebraska over Michigan, Marquette, Memphis, Tennessee Tech, Kansas State, Auburn and Georgia State.

Five Facts About Jasmine

  1. Jasmine was born in New Orleans.
  2. Going to the movies is one of her hobbies.
  3. She has been to four continents.
  4. Jasmine has always wanted to have a dachshund.
  5. Her favorite color is purple.

Cincore's Career Statistics