2006-07: Started 14 of the 30 games in which she appeared...saw playing time at both the forward and center positions...totaled 114 rebounds on the season for an average of 3.8 per game...finished with 129 points (4.3 ppg)...saw 34 minutes of playing time against St. Francis, scoring five points and pulling down seven rebounds...logged a season-high 37 minutes of playing time against Vermont (12/2) and finished with a team-high 14 points and eight rebounds...also added in three steals against the Catamounts...recorded second double-double of her career with 10 points and 10 rebounds against NJIT (12/28)...scored eight points, including a 3-of-5 performance from the field in win over Patriot League opponent Bucknell (1/16)...went 5-of-5 from the field and scored 11 points against Columbia (1/25)...finished with seven points and six rebounds against American (2/24)...ended the season with a 13-point performance against Holy Cross (3/3) in Patriot League quarterfinal game.
2005-06: Had a breakout season for the Leopards, playing in 21 games for the Maroon and White and starting 14...hampered by mononucleosis midway through the year...averaged 8.8 points and 9.0 rebounds through the first six games and shot 59.4 percent from the field...earned ten points along with ten rebounds in the victory over Long Island (11/25)...earned All-Tournament team status at the Long Island University Turkey Classic...gained 11 points and produced 10 rebounds against Buffalo (11/30)...missed the first half of the Patriot League schedule with mono...came back strong and scored 15 points against Army and grabbed 11 rebounds (3/2)...had seven or more caroms in 10 of her 21 games...represented the team's leading rebounder in eight contests, while topping the team in points on five occasions.
2004-05: Played in nine contests...scored six points and grabbed two rebounds against Wayne State (11/20).
High School: Four-time All-Friends League First-Team honoree...1,300 career points and 1,100 career rebounds...two-year captain and team MVP...averaged 20.0 points and 16.0 rebounds per game in her career...led Friends Select to four straight Friends League titles...member of the Philadelphia Belles that won the 2003 U-16 AAU national championship... hit .446 to earn All-Friends League honors as third baseman on the softball diamond.
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