Who is Sa’Myah Smith LSU basketball player who fainted in White House, bio, age, family, parents, sister

Who is Sa’Myah Smith LSU basketball player who fainted in White House, bio, age, family, parents, sister

An LSU basketball player was taken on a wheelchair during Joe Biden’s speech in the White House, a look at who is Sa’Myah Smith along with her age, family, parents, sister

When President Joe Biden was speaking at the White House on Friday, LSU basketball player Sa’Myah Smith passed out. She was assisted off the stage and taken away in a wheelchair.

Biden and the White House were celebrating the LSU Tigers women’s basketball team’s national championship when Smith collapsed. Medical personnel raced into the East Room. On the risers behind the podium, the competitor was seated.

Who is Sa’Myah Smith LSU basketball player who fainted in White House, bio, age, family, parents, sister, high school

 

On the occurrence, Biden said:

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It’s a lot of standing. I apologize. It’s okay. It’s happened lots of times.”

Meanwhile, LSU coach Kim Mulkey told that Smith was better and doing fine.

As you can see, we leave our mark where we go. Sa’myah planned that. No, Sa’Myah is fine, for those of you who are concerned. I’ll assure you of that. … She doesn’t want to leave. She wants to stand with us but she needs to be checked out.”

The men’s team from Connecticut will visit the White House later on Friday.

Who is Sa’Myah Smith?

Sa’Myah Smith Season 2022-23 ; Position. Forward ; Height. 6’2 ; Class. Freshman ; Hometown. DeSoto, Texas ; High School. DeSoto HS

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The details of her family and siblings aren’t known.

Sa’Myah Smith is a forward for the LSU Tigers. The freshman comes from DeSoto, Texas. According to ESPN, Smith, who went to DeSoto High School, is ranked No. 1 in Dallas and No. 57 overall. She led them to back-to-back Texas Class 6A State Championships during her junior and senior years.

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The freshman was one of the 10 finalists for Dave Campbell’s Miss Texas Basketball Player of the Year Award. She was named the Dallas Morning’s New Player of the Year in 2022. Smith had a double-double of 10 points and 15 rebounds in the 2021 State Championship Game to earn MVP honours.

Sa’Myah Smith was chosen to represent the SEC’s freshmen team. She played in all 36 games for the Tigers as the first forward off the bench for LSU. She had a 4.6 point and 4.0 rebound average in two starts. She concluded the season with 38 blocks in addition to posting the only double-double of her freshman year against Bellarmine with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

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