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Andrea Smith - South Florida
Wrapped two stellar seasons at USF around one idle campaign, the result of a torn ACL, and carved a name for herself in BIG EAST amidst stars Maya Moore and Skylar Diggins. Capped career in 2013 joining Diggins as unanimous All-BIG EAST First Team picks. 2012-13: Enjoyed a solid return to action after sitting out 2011-12 campaign; led Bulls to NCAA Tourney as team's top scorer with her twin sister, Andrell, ranking second. 2010-11: No. 3 in scoring in BIG EAST behind only national Player of the Year Moore and Georgetown's Sugar Rodgers. Started and played in all 31 games for the Bulls before tearing her anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee just 52 seconds into USF's first round BIG EAST Tournament game with Pittsburgh (3/4/11). PRIOR TO USF: Led Gulf Coast C.C. (Panama City) to the 2009-10 Nat'l Junior College Athletic Assoc. title, earning Junior College/ Community College national Player of Year honors from WBCA. MISC: For five college seasons formed a backcourt duo with Andrell (who, similarly, missed one season with an ACL injury), at both at USF and Gulf Coast C.C. Another sister, Euneshia, played at Bethune Cookman; a brother, Karlos, played football at Florida A&M.