Career Transactions: Selected by the Shock in the fourth round (No. 34 overall) of the 1998 WNBA Draft . . . Selected by the Indiana Fever in the second round (No. 8 overall) of the WNBA Expansion Draft on December 15, 1999 . . . Acquired by the Miami Sol on December 15, 1999 along with a first round pick in the 2000 WNBA Draft in exchange for Stephanie McCarty . . . Signed as a free agent by the Seattle Storm on April 29, 2003 . . . Named an assistant coach for the San Antonio Silver Stars on March 25, 2005
1998: Finished the season ranked first in the WNBA in free throw percentage (96-of-104, .923), eighth in minutes played (33.1), ninth in scoring average (14.2) and 11th in assists average (3.3) . . . Led the Shock in all four of those categories as well . . . Ranked second on the team in three-point field goal percentage (16-of-44, .364) and steals (38) . . . Along with Korie Hlede, broke the Shock single-game scoring mark (originally set by Razija Mujanovic – 22 pts) by scoring 23 points on June 27 at Cleveland . . . Tied that mark on July 13at Utah . . . Record was broken by Mujanovic on August 15 when she scored 25 points . . . Scored a season-high 24 points on August 19 vs. New York . . . Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds at Utah on July 13 . . . Handed out a season-high eight assists vs. Phoenix on July 8 . . . Picked up a season-high five steals on five occasions . . . Finished the season by making 36 consecutive free throws over her last eight games and 66 of 68 over the final 16 games . . . Scored 20 or more points on six occasions and in double-figures on 23 occasions . . .
1999: Finished second in the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage (37-of-76, .487), seventh in free throw percentage (83-of-98, .847) and 17th in scoring average (13.3) . . . Led the Shock in scoring and three-point field goal percentage . . . Finished second on the team in assists average (2.3) and tied for third in total steals (25) . . . Established a Shock single-game scoring record with 33 points at Utah on July 6 – a record that stood until Deanna Nolan scored 34 points on June 3, 2005 vs. New York . . . Set two Shock records which still stand, when she connected on six three-pointers and took 28 field goal attempts at Utah on July 6 . . . Scored 20 or more points on five occasions and in double-figures on 23 occasions . . . Was held scoreless one time in her Shock career – vs. Orlando on August 21 . . . 1999 Playoffs Scored nine points, grabbed three rebounds and handed out two assists vs. Charlotte in the Shock’s playoff loss to the Sting . . .