2001: Averaged 0.8 ppg and 4.2 mpg in 17 games...Missed six games due to injury (sprained right foot and bone spurs in the elbow) and eight due to coach's decision...Had a season-high in points (16) and rebounds (3) at Detroit (6/5/01).
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Has played one season in the ABL for the Atlanta Glory…Averaged 8.2 ppg and 5.3 rpg in 26 games…Has played six pro seasons abroad in Germany (1990-91, 1998), Spain (1991-93) and Italy (1993-95)…A Spanish League and Spanish/Italian League All-Star in 1993.
COLLEGE: Won two national championships at Tennessee (1987 and 1989) in three tournament appearances…Averaged 6.1 ppg and 5.1 rpg for her collegiate career…Missed her sophomore season due to injury…Named to the 1987 Tennessean All-Freshman team…Majored in sports management.
Member of the gold medal-winning 1996 Olympic Team…Views Tennessee coach Pat Summitt as an inspiration to her basketball career…Has two children, stepdaughter Alexandria Anderson, 14, and son Chancellor Anderson, 3…Has two sisters, D’Nita Davis and Alley Williams, and one brother Freeman McCoy…The adopted daughter of Claire and Dennis Davis…Biological mother is Joyce McCoy…Was injured in car wreck in 1987 and was in a coma for 47 hours, suffering brain injuries and breaking nearly every bone in her face, she was told she’d never play again…Donated her Olympic gold medal to a community center in Peoria where local kids could see it.
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