2004-05: Team co-captain...will graduate in April...had best season of her career...averaged 8.4 points and 2.4 rebounds per game...started 29 games this season after starting just one games in her three previous seasons combined...set the FSU single-season record for three-pointers with a team-high 54...her 54 three-pointers (had just 13 total in 2003-04) set a personal single season best...ranked 8th in the ACC in 3-pt field goals made per game at 1.69 and 7th overall...averaged 10.3 ppg in FSU's last three wins...scored in double figures in 12 games this season - had just 12 career double-figure games prior to season...doubled her scoring output from last season (52) in just the 11th game of this season...made at least one three-pointer in 27 games, including tying her career high with six vs. Colgate...was fifth on the team in scoring at 8.5 ppg...led the team in scoring three times...had a season-high 20 points in leading FSU to its first win over rival-Florida since December 1991...had a hot hand at Lipscomb, going 7-for-10 from the field, on her way to 16 points and four rebounds...recorded a season-high five rebounds five times...earned Seminole Classic all-tournament team honors.
2003-04: Averaged 3.1 points per game...saw action in 17 games... scored in double figures three times... played a season-high 22 minutes and went crazy from long range, hitting six, second half three-pointers on her way to a game-high and season-high 18 points at Richmond... made a huge contribution in FSU's first-ever win at Virginia when she scored 11 points, including three, three-pointers, in just 10 minutes of play... played 10 minutes for the second straight game and had a rebound and two assists vs. North Carolina... also scored 11 points in 14 minutes of play in the season-opener vs. Savannah State... hit two three-pointers in the Savannah State game... played five minutes at UNC and hit one three-pointer to force a late-game tie... scored five points and had one assist in nine minutes of play vs. Maryland in the ACC Tournament.
2002-03: Averaged 3.3 ppg and 0.9 rpg... saw action in 27 games... strong outside shooter who played for her Swedish National Team over the summer... had an unbelievable game at Clemson, scoring a game-high 19 points on 7-for-8 from the field, 4-for-5 from three-point range, in 13 minutes, including 17 straight, 15 of which were unanswered by the Tigers... scored 13 points in a season-high 19 minutes of play in the Wright State win... scored in 17 games, including three games in double-digits... scored 10 points in 15 minutes off of the bench vs. No. 1 Duke... was a spark at Wake Forest, playing eight minutes and scoring four points while grabbing three rebounds, to help give FSU its first win in Winston-Salem since 1997-98... snagged a career-high four steals in the Wright State game... played double digit minutes in nine games, including five ACC contests.
2001-02: Saw significant minutes in her rookie season... played in 27 games with one start... averaged 6.0 points and 1.9 rebounds... had a strong finish to the season, averaging 9.8 points and 3.0 rebounds in the final five games... had the best game of her rookie season at No. 5 Duke, scoring a season-high and team-leading 22 points in 23 minutes of play... was 6-for-12 from the field, 4-for-7 from the three-point line and 6-for-9 from the free throw line... scored in double figures in six games total, including a strong 13 points on 56 percent shooting in the season finale vs. No. 4 Duke in the ACC Tournament... played a season-high 27 minutes in her lone start of the season at Maryland... had a 10-point performance in 11 minutes, all in the second half, at UNC... scored 15 points in 20 minutes of play vs. UCF to share team honors with April Traylor... had 13 points in 16 minutes of play vs. UNC at home... also had 13 points in the East Tennessee State game... grabbed a season-high six rebounds against Florida... shot 75 percent from the free throw line (27-36)... played 20 or more minutes in five games and averaged 14.2 for the season... was a solid contributor from the three-point arc and was tied for third on the team with 28 on the season... scored in 22 games.
HIGH SCHOOL: Was a member of the 2001 Swedish National Championship Team...attended Brannkyrka Gymnasium High School...helped lead her squad to the National School Championship three straight years...is a two-time member of the Swedish Under-20 National Team, garnering All-Star honors in the 1998 National Championship season and helping the team to the Polar Cup-Nordic Championship in 1999...was also a member of the Elite Series Squad, the highest division in Sweden, for three years and received honors for her play in 2000.
PERSONAL: Major is business...was born July 16, 1980... has earned ACC All-Academic Honor Roll accolades three times.... has competed for the Swedish National Team the past three years...2004-05 team captain.
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