-Three-time Ronalda Pierce Heart Award winner (2014, 2015 and 2017).
Provided Florida State’s top moment of the season when she drilled a 3-pointer in an 81-38 win over Clemson on Feb. 19, 2015…The moment was special because she came out of retirement to suit up in honor of her mother Maureen, who passed away from cancer on Jan. 29, 2015…Retired from basketball following another knee injury in the fall, but her one appearance for the Seminoles was a source of inspiration…Became the first two-time winner of the Ronalda Pierce Heart Award at the team banquet.
Missed the year after a season-ending knee injury in preseason practice…Earned the Ronalda Pierce Heart Award at the team banquet for her toughness and perseverance in battling back from her injury.
Ranked the 33rd-best player in the 2013 Class by National Basketball Insider and was a three-star prospect according to ESPN HoopGurlz…Averaged 17.0 points, 12.2 rebounds and 5.0 blocks as a junior at Oconee High School, tallying a double-double in 26 of 30 games…Led Oconee to a 23-7 mark and to its first Class AAA Georgia state tournament in over a dozen years…Collected All-Class AAA First Team honors as a sophomore in 2011 and as a junior in 2012 after earning honorable mention honors as a freshman in 2010…Nabbed Player of the Year accolades for Region 8-AAA in 2012…Scored over 1,000 points in her career…Sat out her senior campaign following a knee injury.
Born March 3, 1995…Goes by “Gabby”…Was the first commitment to the Seminoles in the 2013 Signing Class…Parents are Pascal and Maureen Bevillard…Majoring in sport management…Was named to the high school honor roll all four years…Aspires to have a long career within an athletic department…Can speak French…Her favorite television show is Modern Family…Her older sister, Caroline, competed in swimming at Georgia Southern from 2007-2011…Her favorite meal is French crepes (made by her dad)…The artist most played on her iPhone is Luke Bryan…Will listen to Taylor Swift once in a while…Finds gratification in helping out at elementary schools…Favorite movie is Life as We Know It…Favorite band is Maroon 5…Biggest hardship was suffering multiple knee injuries…Enjoys watching Modern Family…Has a soft spot for Spongebob Squarepants…Likes wearing leggings…Has been told she looks like TV character Debra Morgan on the show Dexter…Likes going to the mall with her teammates…Always wears a band of tape on her wrist with a Bible verse or something else inspirational…She was one cut away from making the United States Olympic Development Team in eighth grade…Has one brother and one sister…Grew up with dogs, cats, a ferret and a fish…Her uncle, Bob McCurdy, was the leading scorer in Division I basketball in the 1974-75 season, averaging 32.9 points for Richmond.