Scored five points while registering two assists, two
rebounds and a pair of steals in three games with
Phoenix … signed with Phoenix on May 25 … placed
on the injured list by the Mercury with a sore lower
back on June 3 … activated and released by Phoenix
on June 9 … began season with the Seattle Storm
before being waived in training camp on May 9 …
signed by the Indiana Fever on May 15, but was
waived on May 19.
Averaged 4.5 ppg, 1.5 rpg and 13.9 mpg in 31 games as a rookie...Started three games (6/14, 6/15, 6/18)...Scored in double-figures in five games (15 vs. New York on 5/30, 19 at Phoenix on 6/14, 12 vs. Sacramento on 6/23, 11 at Cleveland on 7/5 and 19 vs. Los Angeles on 7/11)...Led or co-led the team in rebounding in two games (eight vs. New York on 5/30 and five at Los Angeles on 8/17)...Played a season-high 31 minutes at Phoenix on 6/14...Scored a career-high 19 points in her first career start at Phoenix on 6/14 and vs. Los Angeles on 7/11...Made a Storm season-high five three-pointers against Los Angeles on 7/11...Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds on 5/30 vs. New York...Handed out a season-high six assists at Phoenix on 6/14...Picked up a season-high three steals at Phoenix on 6/14.
In the Playoffs:
Played in both first round playoff games against Los Angeles (2002) ... Averaged 3.5 points, 3.0 rebounds and 9.5 minutes.
Additional Basketball Experience:
Played with the Dallas Fury (2004) of the National
Women’s Basketball League (NWBL) … named to the
American All-Stars for the inaugural NWBL All-Star
Game in 2004 … invited to the 2001 USA Basketball
World University Trials and the 2000 Jones Cup Trials.
As a Collegian:
A four-year starter at Oregon State, earning Honorable
Mention Associated Press All-American accolades in
her junior (2000-01) and senior (2001-02) seasons … a
two-time District 8 Kodak All-American and three-time
All-Pacific-10 Conference First-Team choice … named
Pac-10 Conference Player of the Year in 2000-01,
becoming the first OSU Pac-10 Player of the Year
since 1996 (Tanja Kostic) … selected Pac-10 Player of
the Week on three occasions … only the third player
in OSU history to top 1,500 points (1,803) and pull
down over 600 rebounds (739) … finished her four
seasons at OSU ranked in the school’s top-10 in 14
different career statistical categories … scored 30-
plus points seven times, recorded 20-plus points on
36 occasions and had 18 career double-doubles … as
a senior, led the Beavers in scoring (19.9 ppg),
rebounding (6.6 rpg), steals (2.47 spg) and 3-point
field goals (69) … scored a career-high 37 points as a
senior against Portland.