All four classes, seven different majors represented
Leopards reminisce on highlights of 2012-13 season
Senior's shot at Bucknell completed the second-half comeback and sent the game to overtime
Lafayette took the Mids to overtime in a loss on Feb. 9
Mountain Hawks lead from tip-off to final buzzer
Photos by Rick Smith
Photos by Athletic Communications
Photos by Rick Smith
Photos By Athletic Communications
Lafayette Women's Basketball Photo Shoot
2011-12 Patriot League Academic Honor Roll
Career: Currently ranks 12th all-time in three-pointers made (38)
2011-12: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in 20 games, including four starts...Averaged 2.0 points in 8.2 minutes per game...Recorded 11 rebounds, four assists and two steals...Sank six three-pointers...Logged seven minutes off the bench, hauling in an offensive rebound at Rider on Nov. 11...Clocked four minutes against Princeton on Nov. 14...Scored two points at Syracuse on Nov. 19...Logged one minute off the bench in the victory over Wagner on Nov. 25...Started and tallied a rebound and an assist in 15 minutes of work at Penn on Nov. 30...Scored five points at Bryant on Dec. 11... Came off the bench and scored two points in the win at St. Francis (N.Y.) on Dec. 21...Played seven minutes at No. 5 Maryland on Dec. 28...Logged four minutes in the win over East Carolina on Dec. 29...Scored eight points off the bench, including a pair of three-pointers, at Pittsburgh on Dec. 31...Knocked down two free throws in the win over Columbia on Jan. 4...Came off the bench at Army on Jan. 11...Scored a season-high nine points against Holy Cross on Jan. 18...Scored two points at Lehigh on Jan. 21...Got the start and knocked down a three-pointer in the win over Colgate on Jan. 25...Netted six points and grabbed three rebounds at American on Jan. 28...Got the start and played six minutes at Navy on Feb. 4...Logged three minutes against Army on Feb. 8...Played two minutes at Holy Cross on Feb. 15...Played two minutes at Colgate on Feb. 22.
2010-11: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...Appeared in 27 games, including five starts, averaging 10.6 minutes per game...Averaged 3.6 points and 0.7 rebounds per game...Also contributed eight assists and four steals...Shot 31.7 percent from the field, 33.3 percent from three-point range and 62.5 percent from the free throw line...Ranked 14th in the Patriot League in three-point percentage...Averaged 2.5 points and 0.4 rebounds per game in Patriot League play...Scored a career-high nine points, knocking down three three-pointers in the overtime win against Bryant on Nov. 14...Grabbed a career-best four rebounds at Liberty on Nov. 20...Matched her career best with nine points in the win over St. Francis (N.Y.) on Nov. 23...Scored 19 points, shooting 5-for-6 from three-point range, in her first career start at St. Bonaventure on Dec. 1...Picked up five points off the bench at Princeton on Dec. 13...Knocked down a pair of three-pointers in the win at Columbia on Jan. 5...Scored nine points courtesy of three three-pointers against Holy Cross on Jan. 8...Drained a pair of three-pointers against American on Jan. 29.
2009-10: Appeared in 24 games, averaging 8.7 minutes per contest...Averaged 2.0 points per game...Scored six points in her collegiate debut on Nov. 18 at Fairfield...Netted a season-high seven points in 16 minutes of action in the Dec. 2 win at Penn...Played a season-best 18 minutes in the regular-season finale against American on Feb. 26, tallying six points.
At Cardinal O'Hara: A four-year varsity letter winner and three-year starter...Averaged 12.0 points per game as team captain in her senior season ...Two-time Philadelphia All-Catholic League and All-Delaware Country honoree...Scored 14 points in the finals as Cardinal O'Hara won the 2008-09 Nike Tournament of Champions...A student council representative and National Honor Society member.
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