2005-06: Vocal team leader...scored in double figures in 11 of the last 12 games, including 11 straight...had a career-high 25 points in the NCAA Tourney win over Louisiana Tech...scored 20+ points in three games...tied her career-high with eight assists in the season-finale vs. Stanford...had 15 big points in the win over No. 17 Boston College in the regular-season finale... had 20 points in the Miami win...dished out seven assists to go with her 10 points in the OT win at Clemson...had a then-career game with a career-high 21 points with six rebounds in the win over No. 24 NC State...had 10 points and a career-high nine rebounds in the Georgia Tech win, including a crucial 5-for-7 from the free throw line...had one turnover in 39 minutes of play at Tech...led the team in scoring with 15 points in the win at UVA...had a very complete game in the first Clemson contest with nine points, seven rebounds, a team-high five assists and just one turnover in a game-high 35 minutes of play...scored a then career-high 17 points with a career-high five three-pointers in the Lipscomb win...at 11.2 points per game, ranked third on team...scored in double figures in 19 games...led the team in scoring seven times...was first on the team with 106 assists on the season and led the team in assists in 13 games, including five or more assists in 11 different games...averaged a team-high 34.2 minutes per game...played 30+ minutes in 26 games, including all 40 minutes at No. 3 UNC...was first on the team with 119 free throw attempts and shot 76 percent from the charity stripe...had nine points and five rebounds in the first win over Virginia...made a personal best 11 free throws (11-for-12) in the Montana win...led FSU in assists the past two seasons and finished her career with 340 assists which placed her in 7th place on FSU's all-time list...was first on the team with 44 three-pointers which set her personal single-season high...one of four senior captains...interning with a local TV sports team this semester.
2004-05: Nicknamed "Clutch" for the many times this season she hit the "big shot"...tied for first on the team in assists per game at 4.0...averaged 8.5 points and 3.0 rebounds per game...shot a team-high 83.7 percent from the free throw line which ranked 2nd in the ACC and set a new FSU single season record...was perfect from the free throw line in 11 games...had the best game of her career with career-highs of 16 points, 8 rebounds and 4 steals in 3OT win over Virginia Tech...hit a three-pointer with 9.2 seconds left to lift FSU over Georgia Tech in regular-season finale...hit a 10-foot jumper with 2.5 seconds left to give FSU a 71-69 come-from-behind win at Wake Forest...sealed the double OT win at Virginia Tech with two free throws with 19 seconds left in the second overtime...was fourth on the team in scoring at 8.5 ppg...attempted five or more free throws in seven games...was among the team-leaders in assists 21 times, including a career-high eight assists vs. Miami (OH) and Charlotte...had five or more assists in 15 games...had a positive assist to turnover ratio in 20 games and the Tribe went 17-3 in those contests...scored in double figures in 13 games...played 40+ minutes in six ACC games overall this season, including a career-high 52 minutes vs. Virginia Tech...started 31 games...was fourth on the team with 33 three-pointers...had four or more boards in 12 games.
2003-04: Versatile guard who saw her minutes of play increase toward the end of the season... averaged 19.9 minutes of play off of the bench, but 27.0 minutes per game over the last 11 contests and led the team in minutes played in both WNIT games... played in all 30 games, including three starts... averaged 3.2 points, 2.0 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game... averaged 7.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5.0 assists in the final two games of the year... played 20 minutes or more in 17 games this season... scored seven or more points in six games... grabbed four or more rebounds in five games, including a season-high seven rebounds at South Alabama... in a team-high 30 minutes of play, had eight points and a career-high seven assists at Richmond... had six boards vs. Clemson... had seven points and a season-high seven rebounds and added three assists in a team-high 33 minutes of play in the win over South Alabama... had a then career-high six assists in the season-opener vs. Savannah State... had a solid game at Georgia Tech with a season-high 14 points, including four three-pointers... tied her season-high with 34 minutes of play at NC State and added four points, two rebounds, two steals and a team-high five assists... played 21 minutes in the win over Clemson and had two points and a season-high six rebounds... had three points and had five rebounds in a season-high 34 minutes of play at No. 10 North Carolina... had six points and two rebounds in 24 minutes of play off the bench at Maryland... scored nine points vs. FDU... had seven points in the Harvard win... played 24 minutes in the win at Wake Forest and had eight points, including 5-for-6 from the free throw line, three rebounds and two assists.
2002-03: Rookie point guard who can dish it off or shoot the jumper... averaged 4.8 ppg, 3.3 rpg and 2.0 apg... played in all 30 games and started 15 games... averaged 25.3 minutes per game, the most of all the freshmen... scored in 28 games and had three games in double figures... also contributed in rebounding and notched six or more boards in six games, including two games with eight rebounds... was among the leaders in assists in 10 games... named ACC Rookie of the Week (December 16) after scoring a career-high 15 points and adding five rebounds and three assists in the Akron game... played 36 minutes in the triple OT win over Wake Forest and contributed five points and a career-high eight rebounds... played all 40 minutes against No. 2 Duke and went 4-for-4 from the free throw line for four points... played all 40 minutes for the second straight game and had 11 points and tied her career-high with eight rebounds in the regular-season finale win over Clemson... scored in double digits for the second straight game with 10 points and three rebounds vs. Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament... aggressive player, who attempted five or more free throws in six games, and is shot 73 percent from the free throw line...named to the Women's Basketball News service preseason All-Freshman second team.
High School: First and only female basketball player to start all four years at Mountain Pointe High School...a third team Parade All-American...a McDonald's Top 50 in the nation All-American finalist...a WBCA Top 40 in the nation honorable mention selection with placement of recognition in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame...pegged Arizona's Gatorade Girls Player of the Year in 2001-02...a two-time Street and Smith's honorable mention All-American...a 2001-02 Women's Basketball News Service preseason second team All-American...ranked 53rd in the nation by the All Star Girls Report...led Mountain Pointe to the 2001-02 Class 5A state championship title and two three state title games in four years...was named the team's MVP in final two seasons...earned first team all-region, second team all-East Valley and third team all-state honors as a senior...a member of the Arizona Coaches Association All-Star team in 2002... garnered all-city athlete honors in her senior season...was just the second female ever to be named MVP at the Michael Jordan Flight School...started on an Arizona Elite AAU club team that won the 1999 national title...first player in Mountain Pointe High history to start as a freshman...named to several all-tournament teams throughout her career... high school coach was Dwayne Dobb...the week she committed to FSU, she also led her volleyball team to the state championship title and was named the school's homecoming queen... also played volleyball for four years...a scholar athlete who earned a 3.84 cumulative GPA...chose FSU over UCLA and Arizona.
Personal: Born June 8, 1984...majoring in communications...named to the 2002-03 and 2003-04 ACC Academic Honor Roll.
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