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Background

2007 WNBA Season:
• Appeared in 28 games for the Liberty, averaging 8.5 minutes per game and 2.0 ppg
• Recorded a season-high 11 points against Washington on May 24

2006 WNBA Season:
• Started every game, averaging 27.7 mpg with 7.7 ppg and 5.2 rpg
• Earned two double-doubles
• Led the team in assists three times and scored ten plus points seven times
• Scored a season-high 20 points twice (last vs. Minnesota, 7/30)
• Recorded a season-high 12 rebounds against Phoenix (7/9)
• Dished a season-high 5 assists against Washington (8/13)

2005 WNBA Season
• Recorded her first career double-double at Washington on August 27, scoring 10 points and grabbing 10 rebounds
• Appeared in all 34 regular season games for the Shock averaging 2.4 ppg, 2.5 rpg, and 13.1 mpg
• Recorded a season-high ten points and 10 rebounds at Washington (8/27)

2004 WNBA Season:
• First in minutes off the Shock bench
• Scored a season-high 15 points vs. Charlotte on 9/19
• Led team in field goal percentage (.513)
• Appeared in 26 games averaging 4.5 points and 3.2 rebounds

2003 WNBA Season:
• Played in 34 games, all off the bench
• Led team in assists on one occasion
• First among bench players in both offensive and defensive rebounds
• In her 34 games, averaged 3.7 points and 2.4 rebounds

2002 WNBA Season: • In 32 games, 16 as a starter, averaged 4.5 ppg and 2.9 rpg in 17.6 mpg
• One of five Shock players to play in all 32 games (Cash, Ndiaye-Diatta, Nolan, Walker)
• Third on team in FG percentage (.419), FTA’s (61), FTM (45)
• Fourth on team in games started (16), defensive rebounds (65), 2.0 drpg, total rebounds (94), 2.9 rpg
• Tied for fourth on team in offensive rebounds (29)
• Fifth on team in minutes played (564), FT percentage (.738), FG percentage (.419), personal fouls (62)
• Tied for fifth on team in blocks (9)
• Scored 10-plus points four times

2001 WNBA Season: • Played 31 games, starting 10
• Second on team with 31 games played and in FG percentage (.469, 46-98)
• Third on team with 109 total rebounds and 41 offensive rebounds
• Led team in rebounds on three occasions and assists once
• Tallied 10-plus points once and five-plus rebounds seven times

2000 WNBA Season: • Played in 14 games, starting two
• Made WNBA career debut vs. Seattle (7/12)
• Scored first WNBA point when hitting free throw 7/12 vs. Seattle
• Made first WNBA career start 7/26 vs. Miami, scoring then WNBA career-high nine points with 10 rebounds in 23 minutes of action...Activated from the injured list on July 11
• Saw action in all 14 games once activated from the injured list
• Second on team in field goal percentage (.500)

College:
• First Team All-Conference USA and C-USA All-Tournament Team as a junior (1997)
• Second Team All-Conference as a senior
• Metro Conference Rookie of the Year in 1995
• Ranks in the top-five of six Tulane career statistical categories
• Recorded 34 career double-doubles
• Averaged double-digit scoring in each of her four years, while shooting a career .637 percent
• Place in the top-10 in the NCAA in field goal percentage as a senior (.719, second), junior (.623, eighth) and as a sophomore (.627, sixth)

International/National Team:
• Spent 2006-07 offseason in Russia playing for Novosibirsk
• Played two seasons (2004-05, 2005-06) on Lietuvos Telekomas Vilnius in Lithuania with former Connecticut Sun teammate Katie Douglas


Personal

  • Enjoys painting and drawing
  • Majored in sociology
  • Won two Louisiana state high school championships at St. Martin’s.

  • Career Transactions

    Drafted in the second round (#22 overall) of 2001 WNBA Draft by the Detroit Shock. ...Signed by New York, February 27, 2006.

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