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Jamie Redd | 11
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Position:  F
Born: 11/05/77
Height: 6-1 /  1,85
Weight: 164  lbs. / 74,4  kg.
College: Washington '99
Career Highlights
  • Became the University of Washington’s all-time leading scorer in a home game against Stanford 2/23/99
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  • BACKGROUND

    2002 WNBA SEASON:
    Averaged 5.2 ppg, 1.3 rpg and 11.2 mpg in 10 games...Played a season-high 25 minutes vs. Portland on 6/11...Scored a season-high 14 points vs. Utah on 6/9...Missed 16 games on the injured list with a strained right knee (5/30-6/4 and 7/11-8/17)...Did not play in five games due to coach's decision.

    WNBA CAREER HISTORY:
    2001: Averaged 7.2 ppg, 2.6 rpg, 1.5 apg and 20.6 mpg in 32 games…Played a season-high 36 minutes vs. Detroit on 7/24 and vs. Minnesota on 8/10)…Scored a season- and career-high 24 points in three games (24 at Los Angeles on 7/21, 24 vs. Detroit on 7/24 and 24 at Sacramento on 8/11)…Grabbed a season-high and career-high-tying six rebounds vs. Sacramento on 8/14…Handed out a season-high five assists vs. Houston on 8/8…Ranked fourth on the team in scoring (7.2 ppg)…Second on the team in assists (48 behind Sonja Henning’s 93)…Second on team in three-point field goals made (22 behind Lauren Jackson’s 40)…Scored in double-figures in six games (18 at Portland on 7/4, 24 at Los Angeles on 7/21, 24 vs. Detroit on 7/24, 10 vs. Minnesota on 8/10, 24 at Sacramento on 8/11 and 14 vs. Sacramento on 8/14)…Led or co-led the team in scoring in five games (18 at Portland on 7/4, 24 at Los Angeles on 7/21, 24 vs. Detroit on 7/24, 24 at Sacramento on 8/11 and 14 vs. Sacramento on 8/14)…Led or co-led the team in assists in four games (two at Portland on 6/19, four vs. Washington on 7/3, two at Houston on 7/30 and five vs. Houston on 8/8)...2000: A UW product and Seattle fan favorite, emerged as the Storm’s main three-point threat in her first WNBA season…Averaged 5.4 ppg, 1.7 rpg and 14.9 mpg in 26 games…Missed six games due to injury…Notched a career-high 17 points against Detroit (7/12) and Indiana (8/1)…Had four multiple three-pointer games, including a 4-of-7 shooting night against Detroit (7/12)...1999: Made the Minnesota Lynx training camp roster but was cut before opening day.

    COLLEGE:
    Became the University of Washington’s all-time leading scorer in a home game against Stanford Feb. 23, 1999…Finished her collegiate career with 2,027 points…Led the Huskies in scoring all four years…Is seventh on the all-time Pac-10 scoring list…Named to the All-Pac-10 First Team three consecutive years…Earned Kodak District 8 All-America honors…Scored a 1998-99 season-high of 26 points while grabbing 10 rebounds in UW’s upset of No. 12 UCLA…Was second in the conference in scoring her junior year (19.3 ppg)…Scored more than 20 points in 15 games with a season-high of 33 at Gonzaga on Dec. 9, 1998…Hit for a career-high 34 points against USC on Jan. 4, 1997, and scored 31 points two nights later against UCLA to become only the second Husky to score 30 in back-to-back games…Earned Pac-10 honorable mention as a freshman while making the All-Freshman Team.


    PERSONAL

  • Received her bachelor of arts from the University of Washington in speech communication in 1999
  • Basketball role models are Dawn Staley of the Charlotte Sting and Michael Jordan
  • Says her most thrilling moment on the basketball court was becoming UW’s all-time leading scorer against Stanford, the team she grew up watching
  • Would like to pursue youth ministry and become a college coach after her playing career



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