Laeticia Amihere Biography

Laeticia Amihere is a Canadian Basketball Player who represents South Carolina University in NCAA. Throughout this season of NCAA 2023, she has many times saved her squad South Carolina Gamecocks from defeat. Due to this, SC Gamecocks are all charged up and preparing to dominate in March Madness and secure their spot in the national championship. 

Early Life

Laeticia Amihere was born on 10th July 2001 and was brought up by her loving parents, Georgette and Anthony Amihere. She has two brothers, Benson and Kofi. She graduated in sports and entertainment management in May 2022. Most recently, she has been pursuing her master’s educational degree in the field.

Laeticia Amihere has her hometown in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, where she went to her high school named King’s Christian High School. 

Laeticia Amihere Career

She is committed to playing for the University of South Carolina. While in her freshman year in 2020, she was part of the first team Gamecocks. She and her team ended the season ranked number one in the nation. Amihere appeared with Team Canada and qualified for the FIBA Olympic Tournament in February 2020. She played two international games, making her Canadian team go undefeated, with security for the third consecutive Olympic berth.

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She was the lead scorer at the 2021 AmeriCup after she had 78 total points against Brazil but had a great loss in the game with overall scores. However, she had an average of 13 per game during that time. Amihere played her first senior national game in 2017. On the contrary, she had her final appearance for the game with the junior program of the year at the U19 FIBA World Championship. At that time, she led the team with a bronze in the team hands.

She played for the first time for Canada in 2015, appearing for the cadet national team. It was that time when her team won the first-ever gold medal at the U16 FIBA America Championship. While staying committed to the junior program in 2016, she played for an exhibition series in Spain, where she had an average of more than 8 points and 10 rebounds per game. At the 2016 U17 FIBA World Championship, she became the top Canadian, scoring the maximum points in the team per game and rebounds per game, finishing in the 7th position.

Laeticia Amihere Biography

Real Name Laeticia Amihere
Birth Date July 10, 2001
Age (as of 2023) 21 Years
Birth Place Mississauga, Ontario, USA
Profession Basketball Player
College University of South Carolina
Class Senior

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 4” – in Centimeters – 193 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 80 kg  –  in Pounds –  177 lbs
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black

Family

Father Anthony Amihere
Mother Georgette Amihere
Sister
Brother Two (Benson & Kofi Amihere)

Relationship Status

Marital Status Single
Affair No
Who is her boyfriend?
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Personal Life

Laeticia Amihere is not recently focusing on her love life. There is no information on her commitments or inclinations towards any boy in the industry. She is single and committed to only basketball for her college.

Social Media

She is available on Instagram and Twitter. On her Insta Profile, she has 25.9K followers and goes by the name – @_theblackqueen_. Her official verification was done (for Instagram blue tick) in October 2019. On Twitter, she goes by the name @_Theblackqueen_ and describes herself as the “Follower of Christ.” She has 8,628 followers on Twitter. She says that she has a strong connection and belief in God and believes in the better things in life.

LAeticia Amihere Net Worth

Currently, there is no detail on Amihere’s sponsorships and endorsements. We believe that she belongs to a well-supported and financially strong family. Also, she might be getting sponsorships and might have got the chance to earn nearly $500,000.

Trivia

  • At South Carolina, she received the 2021 NCAA Hemisfair Region All-Tournament Team honor.
  • She was given 3 times – SEC Academic Honor Roll as well as SEC Women’s Basketball Community Service Team for the years – 2020, 2021, and 2022.
  • She was named SEC Women’s Basketball Leadership Council Chair for the season 2021-22.

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