Career Transactions: Selected by the Detroit Shock in the first round (No. 4 overall) of the 1998 WNBA Draft . . . Traded, along with Cindy Brown, to the Utah Starzz in exchange for Olympia Scott-Richardson on July 29, 1999 . . . Traded on April 2002 by Utah to New York for the 14th overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft . . . Signed by the Detroit Shock as a free agent on May 1, 2003 . . . Retired as a WNBA player on May 13, 2003 and accepted a position as an assistant on the Shock’s coaching staff . . .
1998: Was Detroit’s first-ever draft pick after being taken number four in the 1998 WNBA Draft . . . Was runner-up to Charlotte’s Tracy Reid in WNBA Rookie of the Year Award voting after leading all rookies in scoring and finishing 10th in the league (14.1ppg) . . . Was fifth in the WNBA in three-point shooting percentage (.392), 10th in free throw percentage (.806), 17th in assists (2.7apg) and fourth in minutes (33.8) . . . Established career highs in scoring, rebounding (5.2) and minutes played . . . Scored a career-high 23 points at Cleveland on June 27 . . . Grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds at Cleveland on July 18 . . . Handed out a season-high seven assists on two occasions – vs. Los Angeles on July 25 and vs. Sacramento on July 31 . . . Scored 20 or more points on five occasions and 10 or more points on 22 occasions . . . Reached double figures in rebounds on two occasions
1999: Played in 21 games for the Shock, starting 10, before a trade on July 29 sent her to the Utah Starzz . . . Scored a Shock season-high 22 points vs. Charlotte on July 25 . . . Grabbed a season-high six rebounds on three occasions . . . Handed out a season-high four assists vs. Sacramento on July 4 . . . Reached double figures in scoring on eight occasions . . .