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Kourtney's Profile

(Updated April 2022)


  • 2021 All-ACC Academic Team.
  • 2019-20 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
  • 2018-19 ACC Academic Honor Roll.

Senior Season (2021-22):

  • Started in nine of her 28 games for FSU during the 2021-22 season, averaging 15.2 minutes per game.
  • Averaged 2.9 points and 1.5 rebounds per game.
  • Recorded seven points, five rebounds and five assists in a season-opening win over UNF.
  • Recorded 11 points against Purdue.
  • Tallied 14 points on 6-of-10 shooting vs. Virginia Tech and led FSU with four assists.
  • Added eight points at Wake Forest.
  • Recorded seven points in just over 19 minutes vs. Wake Forest at home.

Junior Season (2020-21):

  • Despite the hectic COVID-19 year, Weber enjoyed a career season averaging 11.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.3 steals, shooting 44.3 percent from the floor and 39.7 percent from 3-point range.
  • Led the Seminoles in 3-point shooting and tied with Morgan Jones for the team lead with 23 steals.
  • Her 39.7 percent shooting (27-of-68) from 3-point range is the 10th best in a season in program history.
  • Recorded two 20-point games at Wake Forest (22) and at Clemson (21).
  • Shot 50 percent or better in 10 of FSU’s 18 games played, including each of the first five games played.
  • Totaled nine double figure scoring performances and had eight games with multiple 3-point field goals made.
  • Averaged 32.3 minutes per game, including three where she played more than 35 minutes vs. Pittsburgh (38:07), Clemson (47:27) and Miami (36:18).
  • Compared to her sophomore season, she averaged +7.1 more points, shot 6.5 percent better from the floor and improved from the free throw line by 11.8 percent.
  • Scored 14 points vs. Florida in 33 minutes, along with posting four rebounds, two assists, and two steals.
  • Scored 13 points and brought down three rebounds vs. Virginia in 30 minutes on 5-7 shooting.
  • Scored a career-high 21 points at Clemson.
  • Recorded 15 of her 19 points in the first half vs. Pitt.
  • Had 14 points and four rebounds at Virginia Tech.
  • Put up nine points, three rebounds, and a steal at Louisville.
  • Scored nine points with five assists and drew seven fouls in 95-88 2OT win over Clemson.
  • Recorded nine points, four rebounds, and a steal at GT.
  • Scored a career-high 22 points on 8-16 from the field and 3-5 from 3PT range at Wake Forest, along with a team-high six rebounds.
  • Put up nine points and a block at Miami.
  • Recorded a career-high five steals, along with eight points and four assists vs. Syracuse.
  • Scored a team-high 15 points on 6-10 shooting vs. Miami.
  • Had a team-high six rebounds, along with seven points and a steal vs. Georgia Tech.
  • Put up 14 points and five rebounds vs. Louisville.
  • Scored eight points, three rebounds, and two steals vs. Syracuse in the ACC Tournament Quarterfinals.

Sophomore Season (2019-20):*

• Took a step forward as a sophomore, averaging 4.7 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.0 assist.
• Drilled 37.8 percent (54-of-143) of her 3-point field goal attempts, the second-highest percentage on the team.
• Just the 16th Seminole to make 37 percent or better of her 3-point field goal attempts in a season.
• Averaged 19.0 minutes per game and started seven of FSU’s 32 games played.
• Shot 70.4 percent (19-of-27) from the charity stripe, none bigger than her two clutch free throws vs. Louisville in the ACC Tournament Semifinals.
• Had four games with double-digit point totals, with three coming vs. ACC teams (twice vs. Georgia Tech and once against Wake Forest).
• Right before the season was canceled, she was enjoying a six-game stretch where she went 8-of-16 from beyond the arc.
• Tallied eight points, five boards and two steals in 88-36 win over Charleston Southern.
• Career-high five assists in win over Samford.
• Tied career high with 16 points (6-9) in win at UIC.
• Set career high with three steals vs. St. John’s.
• Had seven points off the bench vs. UNF.
• Added 10 points against Georgia Tech.
• Scored seven points vs. UNC.
• Added nine points and five rebounds in the start at Wake Forest.
• Recorded seven points in over 21 minutes at home vs. Miami.
• Dropped 12 points in 28:35 at Georgia Tech.
• Added six points with a pair of 3s vs. Clemson at home.
• Set a season high vs. an ACC opponent with 15 points vs. Wake Forest in the ACC Quarterfinals.
• Buried two clutch free throws in ACC Semifinal win vs. Louisville.


Freshman Season (2018-19):

  • Gained some excellent experience in her first year at Florida State, starting 22 of her 33 games played.
  • Averaged 17.5 minutes per game, scoring 3.1 points per game and adding 1.8 rebounds.
  • Made all eight of her free-throw attempts as a freshman.
  • Tied for third on the Seminoles with 11 blocks.
  • Shot 28.2 percent (20-of-71) from beyond the arc, the third-highest 3-point percentage on the team.
  • Became a key defensive presence down the stretch of the season for the Seminoles.
  • Ended the year with a strong performance off the bench vs. South Carolina, going 3-of-3 from the floor in 10 minutes played in the NCAA Second Round.
  • ­Added six points on two 3-point field goals vs. NC State in the ACC Semifinals.
  • Had a big performance in ACC debut at Virginia, scoring 13 points including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:41 left.
  • Added six points, four boards and three assists vs. Georgia State.
  • Career performance at Milwaukee with 16 points, going 5-of-5 from the floor and 4-of-4 from 3-point range. She became the ninth Seminole to go perfect from 3-point range on four or more attempts.
  • Dropped three 3-pointers and added four rebounds vs. UNF.
  • Registered her first start in her Seminole debut vs. Troy.

At Ursuline Academy:

  • Top-75 player according to ESPNW’s Hoopgurlz rankings, coming in at 51st overall and 14th at the guard position.
  • Has excelled as a smooth creator with a floor general’s mentality, but also showcases a strong mid-range game.
  • Averaged just over 23 points per game during senior season in 2017-18.
  • Named Most Valuable Player of the Division II Louisiana state championship as a senior, combining for 48 points and 25 rebounds in the state championship semi-finals and finals.
  • Helped Ursuline defeat Lee Magnet High in the state championship with 30 points and 11 boards in a 70-43 win.
  • Was called a “game-changer and a point-blank scorer” by Lee Magnet coach Valencia Wilson following the state title game.
  • Finished her illustrious prep basketball career with 1,614 points.
  • Named the 2018 Louisiana Farm Bureau/LSWA Miss Basketball.
  • Honored as the 2018 Louisiana Gatorade Player of the Year.
  • Selected in February 2018 as the Greater New Orleans Amateur Athlete of the Month.
  • Helped lead Ursuline High School to a state championship as a sophomore in 2015-16 and was named the most outstanding player by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association.
  • As a sophomore, made the Class 4A All-State team and was named the Player of the Year in 2016.
  • Averaged 19 points, four assists, and eight rebounds in 2015-16.
  • LSWA First-Team 4A All-State in 2016.
  • Honorable-Mention 4A All-State in 2015.
  • Was Florida State Women’s Basketball’s first commit in the 2018 class, having built a solid relationship with FSU’s coaching staff since the eighth grade.


  • Born on: Feb. 16, 2000
  • Parents: Kecia Charles and Derrick Weber.
  • Major: Commercial Entrepreneurship.
  • How would you describe your fashion style?: I wear anything that I look and feel good in.
  • What is your favorite pair of sneakers you own?: Off-White Dunks.
  • What is your pre-game hype song?: Lo Mein by Lil Uzi.
  • Who is your role model? Why?: Maya Moore because she is an amazing, classy player that chose her calling over the sport of basketball.
  • Who is your favorite super-hero?: Batman.
  • If your TikTok went viral, what would the video be?: Our team hitting the Griddy.
  • Favorite place to visit in Tallahassee: District 850.
  •  Who is a professional athlete that inspires you?: Maya Moore.
  • My go-to breakfast: Waffles or pancakes.
  • My dream job: To own an athleisure wear brand.
  • If you started your own podcast, what type of conversations would you spend time on?: Sports and fashion.
  • My favorite Coach Sue moment: When she came into the locker room dancing after we defeated Louisville in the ACC tournament.