Started in all 22 games she has appeared in, averaging 3.4 points in 15.1 minutes per game…shot .382 (29-76) from the field and .410 (16-39) from the three-point range…scored in double figures twice…tallied 10 points and 2 rebounds vs. San Antonio on 9/2…scored a season-high 15 points at San Antonio on 9/4…missed 12 games (6/12-7/6; 7/25-7/31)…started in all six playoff games, averaging 4.3 points and 1.8 rebounds in 17.0 minutes per game…shot .400 (10-25) from the field and .429 (6-14) from three-point range…grabbed a postseason career-high 5 rebounds vs. Los Angeles on 9/24.
Started in all 34 games with Monarchs, averaging 7.9 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.3 assists in 21.3 minutes per game…shot .402 (98-244) from the field, .414 (46-111) from three-point range and .758 (25-33) from the foul line… recipient of the 2003 WNBA Kim Perrott Sportsmanship Award…led the team in scoring once and rebounding once…scored in double figures 10 times…tallied a season-high 15 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists in 26 minutes vs. Minnesota on 6/12…posted 14 points and tied a career-high with 7 rebounds in 32 minutes vs. Indiana on 6/14…finished with 14 points and 4 rebounds in 20 minutes vs. Los Angeles on 7/31…scored her 1,000th career-point as the Monarchs defeated the Phoenix Mercury, 65-61 in overtime on 8/16…started all six playoff games, averaged 6.7 points and 1.8 assists in 24.7 minutes per game…shot .472 (17-36) from the field, .250 (4-16) from three-point range and a perfect 1.000 (2-2) from the foul line…made 6-of-10 field goals against Houston (9/2), both (FG and FGA) were postseason career-highs
Averaged 4.0 ppg (.400 FG%, .000 3PT%, .000 FT%), 1.0 rpg, 0.0 apg, 1.0 spg, 0.0 bpg and 12.0 mpg in 1 game played (none started)…Missed the entire 2002 season, except the final game due to her battle with breast cancer…Was the first active WNBA player to be diagnosed with the disease…In the season finale, Campbell tallied four points, one rebound, and one steal in 12 minutes of action.
Averaged 8.1 ppg, (.377 FG%, .457 3PT%, .767 FT%), 2.7 rpg, 2.3 apg, 0.59 spg, 0.28 bpg, and 26.7 mpg in 32 games played. . . Started for the Monarchs in every regular season game (32 games). . . Ranked 3rd in league with .457 3FG%. . . Scored team-high/season-high 21 points (8-12 FG, 5-6 3FG) at Los Angeles (8/2). . . Recorded career-high eight assists vs. Utah (6/21) and Los Angeles (7/25). . . Grabbed career-high seven rebounds at Washington (6/5)
Averaged 13.9 ppg, (.391 FG%, .265 3PFG%, .707 FT%), 2.1 rpg, 2.3 apg, 1.2 spg, and 31.9 mpg in 16 games played with the Seattle Storm. . . Tallied 17 points in Seattle’s win over Minnesota on 7/21/00. . . Activated from injured reserve on 7/19/00. . . Placed on injured reserve on 7/3/00. . . Notched a team-high 17 points and a game-high three steals in a loss to Utah on 6/20/00. . . Had a game high 17 points in a loss to Sacramento on 6/15/00. . . Scored seven of her 22 points in overtime in a win over Los Angeles on 6/13/00. . . Led the Storm in scoring with 19 points in addition to dishing out five assists in a win over Charlotte on 6/09/00. . . Led all scorers with 22 points in an opening loss to Sacramento on 5/31/00
Averaged 9.6 ppg (.364FG%, .376 3PFG%, .714 FT%), 1.9 rpg, 1.3 apg, 0.89 spg and 26.8 mpg in 28 games played. . . Started in 24 games. . . Finished the season as the Mercury’s second-leading scorer with 9.6 ppg. . . Led the team in three-point shooting percentage (.376) by hitting 38-101 from behind the arc. . . That mark was good for 11th in the WNBA. . . Hit at least one three-pointer in 10 consecutive games (July 19-Aug 7). . . Led the Mercury in scoring four times. . . Had a career-high 22 points by hitting 7-of-10 field goals, including a 4-of-6 from three-point land in a loss to Sacramento (6/12/99). . . Led all scorers with 21 points in an 86-73 win over Utah (7/27/99). . . Scored in double figures 12 times. . . Missed four of the last five games with a sore left foot.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1996-1999: Averaged 14.5 ppg, 3.7 rpg and 2.6 apg in three seasons with the Colorado Xplosion of the ABL…1997 ABL All-Star selection . . . Ranked 14th in the league in scoring (13.9) and eighth in three-point shooting (.401).
Played overseas in Italy during 2001-2002 off-season for Team Rovereto…Along with Monarchs teammate Ticha Penicheiro, led Polpharma VBW Clima to the Polish Championship in 1999-2000 . . . A member of the 1998 gold medal-winning World Championship Team…Member of the gold medal-winning 1998 USA World Championship Team . . . Member of the 1997 USA Basketball Women’s International Invitational Tournament that earned the Tourney title . . . Finalist for the 1996 Olympic Team that eventually won the gold medal in Atlanta . . .1995-96 USA Women’s National Team and 1990 USA World Championship Team…1995, finished her third consecutive season of competing in Brazil.
Began collegiate career at the University of Maryland, but transferred to Texas . . . Named the Southwest Conference’s Newcomer of the Year in 1989-90 . . . All-SWC First Team in 1989-90 and 1990-91 . . . Texas compiled a record of 48-14 during her two seasons . . . Made two NCAA Tournament appearances.