2009-10: (As of March 1, 2010) Came off the bench vs. St. Peter's (11/13)...scored first points of the season in win at Monmouth (11/16) and added a block...finished with two points at Bryant (11/21), vs. Liberty (11/28) and at Penn (12/2)...played a season-high 13 minutes at FDU (12/9)...came off the bench at Iowa State (1/3) and grabbed one board in three minutes...added three rebounds in win at Holy Cross (1/9)...played a season-high 17 minutes vs. Colgate (1/13) and finished with two points..earned first start of the season and played a career-high 31 minutes at American (1/30), finishing with two points...took a season-high five field goal attempts in win vs. Bucknell (2/17)...scored a season-high four points in Senior Day start vs. American (2/27).
2008-09: Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...saw playing time against Lehigh (1/24).
2007-08: Did not play due to injury.
2006-07: Saw playing time in 25 games, including one start during her freshman season...logged 174 minutes of action (7.0 mpg)...finished season with 24 points and 22 rebounds...saw first collegiate action against St. Francis (11/12)...scored a season-high eight points and pulled down three rebounds against Pacific (12/22)...saw 22 minutes of playing time against NJIT (12/28) and finished with six points and four rebounds...lone start of the season came against Monmouth (12/31)...came off the bench in Patriot League quarterfinal game against Holy Cross (3/3).
High School: Versatile, athletic guard competing for a spot in Lafayette's three-guard motion offense...Two-time all-league player at Longwood and an All-Suffolk County selection as a senior, while averaging 11.6 points, 4.1 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.6 steals per game...the four-year starter was captain as a senior and played in the New York Metro Classic as a junior...she was a three-time scholar-athlete and member of the Suffolk County All-Academic team, earning both high honors and Academic Excellence honors in physics and English...recognized by the Black History Commission of Brookhaven for Academic Achievement.
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