11   Angela Sutton
Angela Sutton


Cleveland, TN

High School:
Bradley Central



3 yrs.

2002-03: Returned to the team after a two-year absence and excelled on the defensive end for the Seminoles... averaged 4.5 ppg and 2.3 rpg... played in 28 games, including 18 starts... scored seven or more points five times... had three or more steals in 10 games... led the team with 53 steals... scored in every game she played in... got her first start of the season vs. UConn and had the job of guarding standout Diana Taurasi... had a solid game in the regular season-finale win over Clemson with a season-high nine points while adding two rebounds, four assists and three steals in a season-high 27 minutes of play... tied her career-high with 11 rebounds in 24 minutes vs. Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament... tied her career-high with five assists at Akron... had eight points in 21 minutes vs. UCF... saw 22 minutes of play without a turnover at NC State and had eight points and had six rebounds.... had six points and three rebounds in 23 minutes of play in the triple overtime win over Wake Forest... had six points, four rebounds, three assists and three steals in 19 minutes in the win vs. NC State... also had four rebounds in the win at Maryland... had six points, four rebounds and two steals in 19 minutes in the win over Virginia.

1999-2000: Started 28 of 29 games…was fifth on the team in scoring at 6.9 ppg…also averaged 3.1 rpg…excellent defensive player who led the team with 68 steals and recorded five or more steals in five games…was among the top 10 in the ACC in steals…scored in double figures in seven games, including a career-high 19 points…was named to the Seminole Classic All-Tournament Team after scoring a career-high 19 points, and recording five steals and five rebounds in the win over Oakland.

1998-99: Suffered mid-right foot sprain in practice on Dec. 26 and missed six games ...played in 21 games with eight starts...averaged 6.5 points and 3.7 rebounds per game...recorded her first career double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds vs. USF...scored in double figures in six games...recorded a career-high seven steals in finale vs. Duke...had six steals in USF and Western Carolina games...scored a season-high 17 points vs. LB State in 16 minutes off the bench and again vs. Duke on Jan. 25...was named the ACC co-Rookie of the Week on Nov. 23rd.

HIGH SCHOOL: A USA Today honorable mention All-American...garnered Street and Smith's All-America honors...was named all-state as a junior and senior...was listed among the Best of the Preps the past two seasons...was a two-time all-Tri-State Area selection...played three years of basketball and one year of volleyball at Bradley Central...coach was Paul Cretton.

PERSONAL: Is a sociology major...was born March 31, 1980...was named to the 1998-99 ACC Academic Honor Roll.


Points 19 vs. Oakland (11/27/99)
Rebounds 11 vs. USF (12/14/98) and 11 vs. Ga. Tech (3/8/03)
Assists 5 (three times)
Steals 7 vs. Duke (2/26/99)


98-99 21-8 22.3 56-131 .427 3-16 .188 22-35 .629 78-3.7 27 43 1 31 56-3 137-6.5
99-00 29-28 25.3 81-178 .455 4-20 .200 35-58 .603 89-3.1 62 68 4 80 86-5 201-6.9
02-03 28-18 16.9 50-133 .376 0-3 .000 27-57 .474 63-2.3 49 53 1 48 74-1 127-4.5
TOTALS 78-54 187-442 .423 7-36 .194 84-150 .560 230-3.0 138 164 6 159 216-9 465-6.0
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