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Jasmine James - Georgia
Finished career ranked among Georgia's all-time top 10 in steals and in the top 20 in scoring. 2012-13: In advancing to the Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament, helped end Stanford's quest for a record sixth straight trip to Final Four; in the process, started or the 122nd time as a Lady Bulldog, moving into ninth place ahead of Coco Miller and also reached the ninth spot in school history in career assists. Led UGA in assists for the third straight year; also ranked second in scoring and steals as the Lady Bulldogs helped coach Andy Landers become just the fourth coach in women's college basketball with 900 wins. 2011-12: Led UGA in assists and steals per game for second straight season despite missing 5 games with a sprained knee. 2010-11: Voted All-SEC Second Team by coaches, Hon. Mention by AP. Paced Bulldogs in scoring a team-best 14 times and made ESPN's Top-10 plays after a game-winning put-back with 2.9 seconds to play vs. No. 15 Florida State in the NCAA Tourney. 2009-10: A unanimous selection to the All-SEC Freshman team by league coaches. Hit late-game, clutch shots in several big wins, including a trey with 17 seconds left in OT vs. Kentucky and the final three points of OT in a win over No. 19 LSU.