Checking In On Top Prospects

March 1, 2007 -- Throughout the college season, the WNBA Player Personnel has been maintaining an extensive list of top college seniors to keep an eye on looking ahead towards the 2007 WNBA Draft in about a month. With the end of the regular season upon us and Conference Tournaments set to begin, here is how they are doing:
-- (stats updated through 2/27/07)

North Carolina's Ivory Latta
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Navonda Moore, guard/forward, Alabama
26 games (23 starts); 14.0 ppg; 4.3 rpg; 1.7 apg; FG: 132-325 (.406); FT: 66-87 (.759)

Rasaan Powell, center, Alcorn State
25 games (25 starts), 16.8 ppg, 7.6 rpg, FG: 148-315 (.470); FT: 122-163 (.748)

Tina Huff, center, Alcorn State
25 games, 2 starts, 2.0 ppg, 1.9 rpg, 1.9 bpg, FG: 21-61 (.344); FT: 9-19 (.474)

Emily Westerberg, forward, Arizona State
26 games, 26 games, 13.8 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 1.6 apg, FG: 123-234 (.526); FT: 109-128 (.852)

Sarah Pfeifer, center, Arkansas
30 games, 13 starts, 8.2 ppg, 3.7 rpg, FG: 97-248 (.391); FT: 53-66 (.803)

Adrianna Davie, center, Arkansas State
25 games, 25 starts, 21.1 points, 8.6 rebounds, FG: 196-381 (.514); FT: 122-159 (.767), 3FG: 14-35 (.400)

Bernice Mosby, forward, Baylor
29 games, 29 starts, 18.1 ppg; 9.5 rpg; FG: 202-424 (.476); FT: 114-147 (.776)

Kathrin Ress, forward, Boston College
27 games, 27 starts, 16.2 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 2.6 apg, FG: 162-324 (.500); FT: 109-132 (.826)

LaJoyce King, guard, Cal-State Northridge
23 games, 23 starts, 13.9 ppg, 10.7 rpg, FG: 99-187 (.529); FT: 115-159 (.723)

Gabrielle Guegbelet, forward, Central Connecticut State
29 games, 29 starts, 18.7 ppg, 10.1 rpg, FG:190-380 (.500); FT: 145-189 (.767)

Treasure Humphries, guard, Cinncinnati
28 games, 26 starts, 11.7 ppg, 5.4 rpg, 3.9 apg, FG: 127-295 (.431); FT: 59-80 (.738)

Ashley Dill, guard, Coastal Carolinia
26 games, 26 starts, 22.0 ppg, 4.3 rpg, 2.8 apg, FG: 187-456 (.410); FT: 142-192 (.740)

Rashida Suber, Coppin State
27 games, 27 starts, 18.6 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 2.1 apg, FG: 188-478 (.393); FT: 45-68 (.662), 81 3-PT FG

Tyresa Smith, forward, Delaware
28 games, 28 starts, 19.9 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 2.4 apg, FG: 203-442 (.459); FT: 150-205 (.732)

Jenna Rubino, guard, DePaul
29 games, 29 starts, 12.7 ppg, 5.7 rpg, 2.5 apg. FG: 141-342 (.412); FT: 35-52 (.673); 51 3-pt FG

Lindsey Harding, guard, Duke
29 games, 29 starts, 14.4 ppg, 4.2 rpg, 3.9 apg, FG: 151-330 (.458); FT: 94-124 (.758); 21-53 3-pt FG (.396)

Alison Bales, forward, Duke
29 games, 29 starts, 11.6 ppg, 8.0 rpg, 4.5 blk, FG: 121-254 (.476); FT: 92-125 (.736)

Lasma Jekabsone, Florida International
28 games, 28 starts, 13.9 ppg, 9.7 rpg, 3.1 blk, FG: 150-332 (.452); FT: 77-98 (.786)

Alicia Gladden, guard, Florida State
29 games, 28 starts, 14.0 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 2.2 apg, FG: 158-343 (.461); FT: 82-116 (.707)

Cori Chambers, guard, Georgia
29 games, 29 starts, 13.0 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 1.9 apg, FG: 139-322 (.432); FT: 22-28 (.786); 3-pt FG: 78-199 (.392)

Stephanie Higgs, guard, Georgia Tech
29 games, 29 starts, 15.5 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 2.5 apg, FG: 146-383 (.381); FT: 132-166 (.796)

Lacey Cormier, center, Grambling State
24 games (17 starts): 10.0 ppg; 8.9 rpg; 2.9 bpg; FG: 79-202 (..391); FT: 82-157 (..522)

Staci Humphrey, guard, Greensboro
27 games (23 starts): 24.8 ppg; 7.1 rpg; 7.2 apg; 3.3 spg; FG: 240-544 (.441); FT: 119-141 (.844); 3-FG: 71-210 (.338)

Bri Monahan, center, Gustavus Adolphus
27 games (25 starts); 16.4 ppg; 6.4 rpg.; 0.74 bpg; FG: 168-344 (.488); FT: 91-122 (.746)

Andrea Lightfoot, guard, Idaho State
26 games (26 starts): 17.7 ppg; 5.5 rpg; 2.6 apg; 1.3 spg; FG: 150-347 (.432); FT: 106-125 (.848); 3-FG: 54-131 (.412)

Lyndsey Medders, guard, Iowa State
26 games (25 starts); 12.2 ppg; 6.5 apg; 1.1 spg; FG: 101-291 (.347); FT: 70-95 (.737); 3-FG: 46-144 (.319)

Meredith Alexis, center, James Madison
28 games (28 starts); 18.7 ppg; 11.6 rpg; 0.82 bpg; 1.2 spg; FG: 206-383 (.538); FT: 111-159 (.698)

Claire Coggins, guard/forward, Kansas State
28 games (28 games); 13.3 ppg; 3.6 rpg; 2.0 spg; FG: 147-416 (.353); FT: 25-52 (.481); 3-FG: 52-165 (.315)

Kristin Peoples, guard, Kent State
26 games (22 starts); 16.5 ppg; 3.9 apg, 2.2 spg; FG: 127-314 (.404); 131-172 (.762); 3-FG: 45-119 (.378)

Monica Johnson, forward, Lebanon Valley
24 games (24 starts); 15.3 ppg; 9.4 rpg; 1.5 spg; FG: 144-275 (.524); FT: 79-123 (..642)

Yolanda Jones, forward, Louisiana Lafayette
29 games (28 starts): 17.9 ppg; 10.3 rpg; 2.1 spg; FG: 210-445 (.472); FT: 86-147 (.585)

Jazz Covington, center, Louisville
29 games (29 starts): 10.6 ppg; 6.9 rpg; FG: 132-281 (.470); FT: 38-67 (.567)

Christina Quaye, forward, Marquette
29 games (29 starts): 16.7 ppg; 6.1 rpg; FG: 169-323 (.523); FT: 124-172 (.721)

Modupe Ishola, center, Marshall
29 games (29 starts): 13.7 ppg; 10.3 rpg; 1.3 bpg; FG: 152-264 (.576); 94-147 (.639)

Shay Doron, guard, Maryland
30 games (30 starts); 11.9 ppg; 4.1 rpg; 2.7 apg; 1.8 bpg; FG: 130-294 (.442); FT: 66-80 (.825)

Renee Taylor, guard, Miami
29 games (28 starts): 18.8 ppg; 2.1 apg; 2.1 spg; FG: 174-457 (.381); FT: 129-153 (.843); 3FG 67-223 (.300)

Victoria Lucas-Perry, guard, Michigan State
29 games (29 starts): 13.6 ppg, 5.8 rpg; 2.6 apg; 2.1 spg; FG: 146-368 (.397); FT: 49-56 (.875); 3FG: 52-152 (.342)

Chrissy Givens, guard, Middle Tennessee
29 games (29 starts): 22.2 ppg; 6.3 rpg; 4.6 apg; 3.0 spg, FG: 254-497 (.511); FT: 114-158 (.722)

Armintie Price, guard, Mississippi
29 games (29 starts):18.0 ppg; 9.1 rpg; 4.8 apg; 3.8 spg; FG: 190-436 (.436); FT: 135-236 (.572)

EeTisha Riddle, forward, Missouri
28 games (28 starts): 16.3 ppg; 7.7 rpg; 2.2 apg; FG: 187-368 (.508); FT: 81-105 (.771)

Joi Scott, forward, Murray State
26 games (25 starts): 21.7 ppg; 8.5 rpg; 1.7 spg; 1.5 bpg; FG: 213-365 (.584); FT: 133-172 (.773)

Cassie King, guard, N.C. Central
28 games (26 starts): 15.9 ppg; 8.0 rpg; 2.2 bpg; 2.4 spg; FG: 177-360 (.492); FT: 90-135 (.667)

Gillian Goring, center, N.C. State
23 games (13 starts): 9.7 ppg; 5.9 rpg; 1.3 bpg; FG: 96-184 (.522); FT: 30-48 (.625)

Ashley Key, guard, N.C. State
29 games (29 starts): 8.8 ppg; 3.1 apg; FG: 93-224 (.415); FT: 40-48 (.833); 3FG: 30-81 (.370)

Kiera Hardy, guard, Nebraska
30 games (30 starts): 15.8 ppg; 2.6 apg; FG: 164-398 (.412); FT: 81-100 (.810); 3FG: 66-179 (.369)

Stephanie Raymond, guard, Northern Illinois
27 games (27 starts); 18.9 ppg; 6.5 apg; 4.4 rpg; 2.0 spg; FT: 144-159 (.906)

Tara King, forward, Northern Iowa
28 games (28 starts); 17.3 ppg; 6.3 rpg; 1.2 apg; FT: 120-153 (.784)

Jessica Davenport, center, Ohio State
28 games (28 starts); 19.4 ppg; 9.7 rpg; 3.0 bpg; FG: 189-310 (.610); FT: 163-202 (.807)

Brandie Hoskins, guard, Ohio State
23 games (23 starts); 14.3 ppg; 4.9 apg; 3.6 rpg; FG: 142-272 (.522)

Leah Rush, forward, Oklahoma
26 games (23 starts); 9.4 ppg; 4.3 rpg; 3FG: 21-51 (.412); FT: 44-54 (.815)

Erin Higgins, guard, Oklahoma
26 games (21 starts); 5.0 ppg; 1.4 rpg, 1.3 apg; 3FG: 39-122 (.320)

Monica Naltner, forward, Penn
24 games (22 starts); 15.8 ppg; 6.6 rpg; FG: 141-326 (.433); 3FG: 27-88 (.307); FT: 69-91 (.758)

Amanda Brown, forward/center, Penn State
29 games (29 starts); 14.2 ppg; 10.0 rpg; 2.0 apg; 1.6 bpg; FG: 147-245 (.600); FT: 119-159 (.748)

Katie Gearlds, guard, Purdue
30 games (30 starts); 18.1 ppg; 4.8 rpg; 3.5 apg; 1.6 spg; FG: 195-451 (.432); 3FG: 66-177 (.373); FT: 88-100 (.880)

Lauren Neaves, forward, Rice
25 games (25 starts); 28.0 ppg; 10.7 rpg; 2.0 bpg; FG: 141-263 (.536); FT: 105-142 (.739)

Rebekah Forsyth, forward, Rose-Hulman
26 games (25 starts); 16.8 ppg; 8.4 rpg; 1.4 apg; FG: 163-337 (.484); 3FG: 6-12 (.500); FT: 105-129 (.814)

Amanda Pape, guard, Sacred Heart
29 games (29 starts); 19.0 ppg; 7.4 rpg; 3.6 apg; 3.3 spg; FG: 195-495 (.394); 3FG: 21-74 (.284); FT: 140-175 (.800)

Melanie Johnson, forward, South Carolina
28 games (13 starts); 8.3 ppg; 5.4 rpg; 1.1 apg, 1.85; FG: 91-222 (.410); FT: 47-69 (.681)

Meagan Vogel, forward, South Dakota State
26 games (26 starts); 18.1 ppg; 5.7 rpg; 2.4 apg; FG: 142-268, (.530); FT: 128-157 (.815)

Jessica Dickson, forward, South Florida
29 games (29 starts); 19.5 ppg; 7.6 rpg; 1.5 apg; FG: 197-523 (.377); FT: 133-161 (.826)

Lachelle Lyles, center, Southeast Missouri State
28 games (28 starts); 8.8 ppg; 17.4 rpg; FG: 83-185 (.449); FT: 81-141 (.574)

Brooke Smith, center, Stanford
29 games (29 starts); 13.9 ppg; 7.5 rpg; 3.5 apg; FG: 167-334 (.500); FT: 60-71 (.845)

Kamesha Hairston, forward, Temple
29 games (29 starts); 19.3 ppg; 8.8 rpg; 1.9 apg; FG: 215-481 (.447); FT: 114-147 (.776)

Sidney Spencer, forward/center, Tennessee
29 games (29 starts); 11.4 ppg; 4.5 rpg; FG: 123-288 (.427); FT: 31-36 (.861); 3FG: 54-124 (.435)

Tiffany Jackson, center, Texas
29 games (29 starts); 16.9 ppg; 8.9 rpg; 1.3 bpg; 2.5 spg; FG: 175-415 (.422), FT: 133-196 (.679)

Terra Wallace, guard, Texas - Arlington
28 games (28 starts); 16.1 ppg; 4.6 rpg; 4.0 apg; FG: 157-387 (.406); 3FG: 55-132 (.417); FT: 83-96 (.865)

Lauren Hall, forward, Trinity College (D.C.)
24 games (16 games); 14.7 ppg; 3.8 rpg; 3.1 apg; 1.5 spg; FG: 133-325 (.409); 3FG: 15-50 (.300); FT: 71-103 (.689)

Jillian Robbins forward, Tulsa
27 games (27 games); 20.1 ppg; 11.9 rpg; 1.0 apg; 3.4 spg; FG: 182-346 (.526); 3FG: 6-18 (.333); FT: 173-264 (.655)

Carmen Guzman, guard, UAB
28 games (28 games); 21.1 ppg; 5.7 rpg; 3.2 apg; 2.3 spg; FG: 199-444 (.448); 3FG: 58-163 (.356); FT: 136-183 (.743)

Noelle Quinn, guard, UCLA
30 games (30 starts); 17.0 ppg; 6.9 rpg; 5.7 apg; 1.1 spg; FG: 193-471 (.410); 3FG: 29-79 (.367); FT: 95-118 (.805)

Ivory Latta, guard, North Carolina
30 games (30 starts); 16.2 ppg; 2.2 rpg; 4.6 apg; 1.7 spg; FG: 159-380 (.418); 3FG: 86-213 (.404); FT: 82-99 (.828)

Eshaya Murphy, guard, USC
28 games (28 starts); 18.1 ppg; 8.4 rpg; 2.5 apg; 2.1 spg; FG: 166-457 (.363); 3FG: 67-212 (.316); FT: 107-126 (.849)

Nicole Soulis, forward, Wisconsin-Green Bay
26 games (26 starts); 17.4 ppg; 5.3 rpg; 0.73 apg; 1.1 spg; FG: 176-311 (.566); 3FG: 17-50 (.340); FT: 83-99 (.838)

Carla Thomas, forward, Vanderbilt (conference games only)
l4 games (14 starts); 15.8 ppg; 6.6 rpg; 2.1 apg; 1.0 spg; FG: 86-170 (.506); 3FG: 2-4 (.500); FT: 47-61 (.770)

Deanna "Dee" Davis, guard, Vanderbilt (conference games only)
14 games (14 starts); 8.4 ppg; 2.6 rpg; 5.4 apg; 2.0 spg; FG: 39-96 (.406); 3FG: 10-29 (.345); FT: 30-36 (.833)

Nare Diawara, center, Virginia Tech
30 games (30 starts); 12.1 ppg; 8.2 rpg; 1.1 apg; 1.5 spg; FG: 135-268 (.504); 3FG: 0-2 (.000); FT: 93-131 (.710)

Cameo Hicks, guard, Washington
28 games (28 starts); 17.3 ppg; 5.4 rpg; 2.5 apg; 1.6 spg; FG: 172-385 (.447); 3FG: 29-77 (.377); FT: 110-143 (.769)

Cheyenne Noble, forward, Wentworth Institute
25 games (25 starts); 34.1 ppg; 11.2 rpg; 3.2 apg; 2.9 spg; FG: 139-361 (.385); FT: 132-186 (.710)

Carrie Moore, guard, Western Michigan
29 games (29 starts); 25.2 ppg; 7.1 rpg; 3.1 apg; 1.9 spg; FG: 243-535 (.454); 3FG: 46-142 (.324); FT: 199-253 (.787)

Antoinette Wells, center, Wichita State
25 games (25 starts); 13.6 ppg; 11.2 rpg; 0.56 apg; 0.84 spg; FG: 131-226 (.580); 3FG: 0-0 (.000); FT: 77-119 (.647)

Tanetra Barrett, guard, Wingate
27 games (27 starts); 19.1 ppg; 6.2 rpg; 4.1 apg; 1.96 spg; FG: 169-359 (.471); 3FG: 16-43 (.372); FT: 161-196 (.821)

Suntana Granderson, guard, Xavier
30 games (30 starts); 13.6 ppg; 3.6 rpg; 2.2 apg; 1.5 spg; FG: 145-370 (.392); 3FG: 66-188 (.351); FT:53-69 (.768)

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