2022 Player Review: Victoria Vivians

Height: 6-1
Position: Guard
Age: 24
Years Pro: 4
College: Mississippi State
Drafted: By Indiana, first round, 2018 WNBA Draft (8th overall)

Overview: 2022 was the most impactful year of Victoria Vivians’ career with Indiana. Vivians averaged career highs in points per game (9.8), rebounds per game (3.6), assists per game (2.4) and started a career-best 30 games this season. Vivians made more field goals (126), made more free throws (46), pulled down more rebounds (125) and recorded more steals (37) than any other year in her career. Her first made 3-point field goal of the 2022 regular season made her the 13th player in franchise history to surpass 100 3-point field goals in a Fever uniform and enters 2023 seventh all-time. Because of the WNBA season expanding to the longest regular season in league history, Vivians joined Emily Engstler and Destanni Henderson as the only players in franchise history to play more than 34 games in a regular season.

Notable Performances:
May 13: In an overtime win at the New York Liberty, Vivians scored a season-high 20 points and went 7-of-8 from the free throw line for her fourth career 20-point game.
May 17: Against the Atlanta Dream, Vivians finished with 16 points and six rebounds. It was the first of seven consecutive games scoring in double figures.
May 24: Vivians shot 7-of-17 from the floor and ended with 17 points and a season-high seven rebounds against the Chicago Sky.
June 15: Vivians ended with 14 points, five rebounds and five assists at the Phoenix Mercury.
July 13: Against the Connecticut Sun, Vivians made a season-high eight field goals for 17 points to go along with four assists.
July 24: In her 100th career game played, Vivians pulled down six rebounds to go along with four points at Dallas.