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    Cindy Blodgett | 14
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    2001
    Statistics
     PPG 3.1
     RPG 0.8
     APG .5
    Position:  G
    Born: 12/23/75
    Height: 5-9 /  1,75
    Weight: 130  lbs. / 59,0  kg.
    College: Maine '98
    Career Highlights
    • Career-High 19 points vs. Minnesota, 7/3/01

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    BACKGROUND

    2001:
    Averaged 3.1 ppg (.448 FG%, .533 3PT%), 0.8 rpg, 0.5 apg, 0.55 spg, and 6.5 mpg in 11 games played. . . Scored a career-high 19 points (7-12 FG, 5-6 3PT) in 14 minutes vs. Minnesota (7/3).

    2000:
    Averaged 2.6 ppg (.400FG%, .286 3PT%, .667 FT%), 0.5 rpg, 0.2 apg, 0.40 spg, and 6.5 mpg in 20 games played. . . Scored a season-high nine points in 12 minutes vs. Portland (6/25).

    1999:
    Averaged 0.9 ppg (.231 FG%, .000 3pt, .556 FT%), 0.1 rpg, 0.1 apg, 0.08 spg, and 2.8 mpg in 12 games played. . . Scored a season-high five points in five minutes vs. Utah (6/24). . . Registered three points (1-1 3pt), one rebound, one assist, two steals, and two blocks in six minutes at Los Angeles in the First Round of 1999 Western Conference Playoffs (8/24/99) . . . Missed seven games due to a second degree right ankle sprain suffered at New York (7/5).

    1998:
    Averaged 2.9 ppg (.288 FG%, .270 3PT%, .625 FT%), 0.6 rpg, 0.8 apg, and 8.4 mpg in 22 games played with the Cleveland Rockers in 1998…Tallied double figures in three games with the Rockers…Recorded career-highs of 12 points (3-8 FG, 1-3 3PT, 5-8 FT), five rebounds, and six assists vs. Utah (6/22/98).

    COLLEGE:
    Averaged 25.5 ppg (.484 FG%, .353 3pt%, .822 FT%), 5.3 rpg, 4.1 apg, and 2.83 spg in 118 games played during four-year collegiate career at the University of Maine. . . Led NCAA Division I in scoring in 1996-97 (27.0) and 1995-96 (27.6), becoming the first sophomore in NCAA history to lead the nation in scoring and only the second woman to earn consecutive scoring titles . . . Finished career as the school and conference all-time scoring leader with 3,005 points (6th on NCAA all-time Division I scoring list), also established Maine records for career assists (487) and steals (334) . . . Set 20 school records, including single-season scoring (889), most field goals in a season (313), and most free throws in a season (213) in 1995-96. . . Four-time First-Team All-America East, Kodak District I All-America, and conference tournament MVP. . . Led Maine to four conference tournament titles and four NCAA Tournament appearances (first four in school history). . . Scored in double-figures in 115 of 118 games. . . Named Third Team Associated Press All-America and America East Conference Player of the Year as a senior in 1997-98 after averaging 27.1 ppg (.467 FG%, .340 3pt%, .876 FT%), 4.8 rpg, 4.4 apg, and 2.23 spg in 26 games played. . . Awarded the GTE Academic All-America Award and the Dean Smith Award, given to a Maine student-athlete who excels in sports, in the classroom, and in the community. . . Averaged 27.0 ppg (.495 FG%, .369 3pt%, .826 FT%), 5.8 rpg, 3.9 apg, and 3.03 spg in 32 games as a junior (1996-97). . . Enjoyed best collegiate season as a sophomore in 1995-96, averaging 27.6 ppg (.505 FG%, .365 3pt%, .832 FT%), 5.3 rpg, 4.5 apg, and 3.03 spg in 30 games played Scored a conference record 52 points vs. Towson State (3/2/97). . . Named the America East Rookie of the Year after averaging 20.1 ppg (.460 FG%, .336 3pt%, .734 FT%), 5.3 rpg, 3.8 apg, and 2.23 spg in 30 games as a freshman (1995-96).


    PERSONAL

    • Full name is Cindy Lee Blodgett.
    • Had her uniform retired at the University of Maine on November 27, 1998
    • Earned a degree in elementary education
    • Is a life-long Boston Celtics fan and would like to play one-on-one against Larry Bird
    • In high-school won 4-State Championships under the guidance of head coach Bruce Cooper
    • Hobbies include listening to music, going to movies, hanging out with friends, and cleaning her car
    • Once fractured both of her wrists trying to dunk at end of freshman year in high school; the injury kept her out of school for nearly two months
    • Had her own clothing line of T-shirts, shorts and tank tops that was sold at the University of Maine with all proceeds going to an endowment at the University
    • Proudest achievement is earning the GTE Academic All-America Award and the Dean Smith Award
    • Hopes to become a successful college coach and study for a master's degree in the future.


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