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After sitting out the 2007 campaign after the Charlotte Sting disbanded, Feaster returns to the WNBA in her first season with Indiana…in six seasons with Charlotte, Feaster established herself in the team record books, ranking first all-time with 304 career 3-pt field goals made and 855 3-pt field goals attempted…she also ranked among the Sting's top five with 1,801 points scored, 152 games started, 291 assists and 161 steals…she ranks among all-time WNBA leaders in 3-pt field goals made (349), 3-pt field goals attempted (1,007) and free throw percentage (.834).

PRO - WNBA
2006: Playing limited minutes due to the birth of her daughter, Sara, in February, she totaled 55 points, 20 rebounds and 21 assists in 32 games for the Charlotte Sting…she logged double-digit minutes just 14 times and saw 20 or more minutes twice…she scored a season-high nine points vs. Seattle, 7/20. 2005: Feaster averaged 9.1 points, 2.4 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 31.7 minutes in 21 games…she finished the season ranked fifth in the league with 43.0 percent (37-86) from 3-pt range…she missed the final 11 games of the season with round ligament pain...she scored in double figures on eight occasions and led the team in scoring four times…she tallied a season-high 19 points vs. Minnesota, 7/7…she logged a career high 45 minutes vs. New York, 8/12…she handed out a career-high six assists on two separate occasions: at San Antonio, 6/2, and vs. Connecticut, 7/19…she tied her career high with four steals vs. New York, 6/25. 2004: She led the Sting in scoring for the second consecutive season with 11.8 ppg…she posted a season-high 23 points vs. Sacramento, 9/9…she scored 20+ points on three occasions and 10+ points 21 times…she finished the season ranked fourth in the WNBA in free throw percentage (.868) and 20th in scoring (11.8 ppg)…she dished a season-high five assists at New York, 9/2…she finished the season ranked second on the team in assists (1.8 apg)…she was selected as a reserve for the WNBA All-Star Team that faced the U.S. National Team at Radio City Music Hall, 9/5. 2003: Feaster led the team and ranked 17th in the league in scoring with an average of 12.4 ppg in 32.2 mpg…she led the team in scoring 12 times…she led the WNBA in 3-pt field goal attempts (186) and was second in 3-pt field goals (68)…she reached the 1,500 career-point mark with a 21-point performance against Indiana, 8/16. 2002: Feaster set a team record for most 3-pt field goals made in a season and led the WNBA with 79…she finished sixth in the league in 3-pt field goal percentage and was 16th in free throw percentage…she set single-game career highs in points (24), field goals made (9) and 3-pt field goals made (6, also a team record) vs. Cleveland, 7/6…she was named the WNBA's Player of the Week for games played July 1-7, after leading the Sting to a 3-1 record with an average of 16.5 ppg…in the four games that week, she shot 18-29 from 3-pt range (.621). 2001: The runner-up in WNBA Most Improved Player Award balloting, she averaged 11.4 ppg, 4.8 rpg and 1.4 apg, all of which were career highs…she shattered the Sting records for 3-pt FG made (55) and attempted (168) in a season…she shot 32.7 percent from 3-pt range and set a team record by hitting at least one three-pointer in 12 consecutive games…she established what were then personal single-game bests in points (23), minutes played (38), field goals (8), field goal attempts (15), 3-pt field goals (4), 3-pt field goal attempts (10), steals (4) and rebounds (11)…she recorded her first career double-double vs. Cleveland, 6/30, with 13 points and 11 rebounds…she broke the Charlotte franchise record for consecutive free throws made, hitting 39 straight and finished second in the WNBA in free-throw percentage (.921). 2000: The L.A. Sparks' leading scorer off the bench, averaging 6.3 ppg while playing in all 32 games…she also averaged 2.7 rpg in 14.7 mpg…she scored a season-high 18 points in a win vs. Sacramento, 7/23…she tied her career high in assists with four vs. Utah, 7/9…she scored in double-figures on seven occasions. 1999: Playing in all 32 games for the Sparks, she averaged 5.1 ppg, 1.8 rpg and 1.0 apg while shooting 49.5 percent overall and 36.8 percent from 3-pt range. 1998: She fractured her right foot in the second half of the game at Sacramento, 6/16, limiting her to just three games during her rookie season…she scored 28 points, including 6-9 from 3-pt range, in a preseason game vs. Sacramento, 5/31.

PLAYOFFS
2003: In two playoff appearances vs. Connecticut, she averaged 10.5 points, 2.5 rebounds and 31.5 minutes per game. 2002: In the Sting's first round series with Washington, she averaged 7.5 ppg, 7.5 rpg and 3.5 apg in two games. 2001: In Charlotte's run to the 2001 WNBA Finals, she averaged 8.0 ppg, 4.3 rpg and 1.8 apg in eight games. 2000: She was the Sparks’ leading scorer off the bench in four playoff games, averaging 3.8 ppg in 11.0 mpg. 1999: While playing in all four of the Sparks' postseason games, she averaged 3.5 ppg.

OVERSEAS
2007-08: Playing for San Jose Leon in the Spanish LFB, she averaged 13.1 ppg and shot better than 41 percent from behind the 3-pt arc…she led the team in 3-pt FG with 46 in 21 regular season games…she also made 47-of-51 from the free throw line for a team-best 92.1 percent. 2006-07: Playing for Ros Casares Valencia in the LFB, she averaged 3.9 ppg, 1.4 rpg and 1.6 apg in 17 Euroleague games…in 26 LFB games, she averaged 4.7 ppg, 1.0 rpg and 1.2 apg. 2004-05: In her fourth season with Valenciennes USVO in France's LFB, she averaged 13.0 ppg, 1.8 rpg, 2.9 apg and 1.3 spg in 11 games…in seven Euroleague games, she averaged 11.6 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 1.9 apg and 1.3 spg. 1998-99 to 2000-01: She played for Aix-en-Provence in France during the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 seasons and spent the 1998-99 season playing for Anadia/Sanitana in Portugal.

COLLEGE
Feaster was named to the 1997-98 Kodak All-America team after leading the nation in scoring (28.5) and averaging 10.8 rebounds…she was named second team All-America as voted by Women's Basketball News Service and honorable mention All-America as voted by the Associated Press…she was the 1997-98 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Year, a three-time Ivy League Player of the Year and All-Ivy First Team all four seasons …she led Harvard to a 23-5 record as a senior - the best record in the program's history…she holds school career records for most points (2,312), rebounds (1,134) and steals (308)…she paced the No. 16 seed Crimson to the greatest upset in NCAA Tournament history as they defeated No. 1 seed Stanford in the first round of the 1998 tournament …as a junior, she was the only Division I player to be ranked in the top 15 in scoring (12th) and rebounding (14th)…she was selected to Basketball America's All-Freshman team.


Personal

Her full name is Allison Sharlene Feaster…she married Danny Strong, who played his college basketball at N.C. State, on December 28, 1998…she has two brothers, Bill and Terry, and a sister, Sandi…she was South Carolina’s high school scoring leader with 3,427 points until the record was broken in 2002 by Ivory Latta…she serves as Mentor & Executive Director for the ShadeTree Home for Girls in Edgefield, SC…she postponed taking a job as an equities analyst at Merrill Lynch in new York to play professional basketball…she was her high school valedictorian (Straight A average) and student body president…she speaks English, Spanish, French and German…she majored in economics at Harvard.

Career Transactions

Drafted by Los Angeles in the first round (fifth overall) in the 1998 WNBA Draft on April 29, 1998. ...Traded by Los Angeles with C/F Clarisse Machanguana for C Rhonda Mapp and G E.C. Hill, October 10, 2000.

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