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Missouri State's Kenzie Williams, Hillary Chvatal and Tyonna Snow talk to the media following the women's basketball team's victory over conference-foe Southern Illinois on Friday, Jan. 23, at JQH Arena
Missouri State women's basketball student-athletes Lexi Hughes, Kenzie Williams and Hillary Chvatal address the media following the Lady Bears' 65-56 loss to MVC-foe Evansville at JQH Arena on Jan. 2, 2015.
Missouri State women's basketball student-athletes Tyonna Snow, Kenzie Williams and Hillary Chvatal address the media following the Lady Bears' 78-62 loss to Arkansas State at JQH Arena on Dec. 19.
Missouri State student-athletes Kenzie Williams, Hillary Chvatal and Audrey Holt speak to the media following the Lady Bears' 59-50 defeat to Arkansas on Wednesday, Dec. 10, at JQH Arena
Missouri State student-athletes Lexi Hughes, Hillary Chvatal and Kenzie Williams speak to the media following the Lady Bears' 75-69 victory over Saturday, Dec. 6, at JQH Arena.
Honors: MVC Academic Honor Roll (2013).
2012-13: Chvatal played in 24 games with six starts as a true freshman, playing 8.4 minutes per game and averaging 1.5 points and 2.3 rebounds...Finished the year with nine blocked shots, five assists and four steals...Debuted with seven points and three rebounds in 18 minutes against No. 22 Oklahoma State (Nov. 13)...Scored six points and grabbed seven boards at Bradley (Jan. 12)...Joined the starting lineup the next game and responded with seven more rebounds against Drake (Jan. 19)...Excelled against DU on the road Feb. 16, pulling down eight boards to go with six points and two blocks...Stuffed two shots the next game against Southern Illinois (Feb. 21)...Started four of the season's final six games...Shot 15-of-40 (.375) for the year.