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Jennifer Lacy # Forward

Jennifer Lacy

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WNBA Awards
WNBA Champion (2007)

Appeared in 32 games, starting seven for the Shock… Averaged 3.9 points per game, 1.3 rebounds for game and 14.1 minutes per game… Shot 32.4 percent from the field… Scored a career-high 21 points in Seattle on September 14… Earned season-highs in field goals made (seven), field goals attempted (11), free throws made (7), free throws attempted (7) and minutes played (28) in Seattle on September 14.

Appeared in 26 games, starting six for the Shock... Averaged a career-highs with 8.5 points and 22.0 minutes per game... Also grabbed 2.6 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game... Led the Shock and earned a career-high 19 points off the bench at Phoenix on June 3... Earned a career-high in minutes played with 40 at Chicago June 8... Earned a career-high in steals with four vs. New York on September 20... Missed eight games (June 20 - July 12) because of a torn right knee meniscus.

Appeared in 34 games for the Shock, starting 18... Averaged 6.3 points and 2.6 rebounds in 19.2 minutes a game... Matched a career-high with 18 points and four three-point field goals against Seattle on September 2... Earned a career-high five assists vs. Seattle on July 30... Matched a career-high three blocks against Washington on June 18.

Appeared in 24 games for the Tulsa Shock, starting three... Finished sixth on the team with 7.0 points per game.. Netted a season-high 16 points on June 25 against New York... Averaged 7.0 points, 0.8 assists and 3.0 rebounds per game... Missed three of the team's final four games because of a wrist injury.

Appeared in 32 games for the Atlanta Dream... Averaged 3.0 points, 2.2 rebounds and 0.3 assists per game.

Named one of the Dream's team captains... Appeared in 33 games for the Dream, including 22 starts... Averaged 5.7 points, 2.7 rebounds and 0.8 assists per game... Averaged then career-highs in points, assists and steals... Recorded a season-high 18 points twice... Recorded a career-high ten rebounds against Chicago on June 7... One of four Dream players to start 20+ games... Recorded first double-double of her career against Chicago on June 7 (18 points and ten rebounds).

Appeared in 20 games for the Mercury... Averaged 1.8 points and 1.0 rebounds in 4.7 minutes per game... Shot 41.4 percent from the field... Won the 2007 WNBA Championship.

Appeared in 33 games for the Mercury including three starts... Averaged 4.9 points and 3.1 rebounds in her rookie season... Became the first player from the West Coast Conference (WCC) to make a WNBA team... Led all qualifying rookies in field goal percentage (.477)... Set a Mercury franchise record by making seven field-goals without a miss en route to a season-high 16-point effort on August 3 vs. Charlotte.

First player from the West Coast Conference (WCC) to make a WNBA roster... Led the WCC in scoring as a senior... First team All-WCC selection as a senior... Led team in scoring (16.9 ppg) and rebounding (8.1 rpg) as a senior... Led team in field goal percentage (48.9) as a senior... All-WCC Honorable Mention as a junior... Ranked second in the WCC and led the team in field goal percentage (51.6) as a junior... Ranked sixth in the WCC in blocked shots as a junior... Led the team in double-doubles as a junior.


Born and raised in Agoura, Cal... Parents are Suzanne Lacy and Lee Lacy... Her father, Lee Lacy, played professional baseball in the Major Leagues and won a World Series Title with the Pittsburgh Pirates... Has two brothers, Eric and Michael... Attended Agoura Hills High School... Also competed in track and field in high school.

Career Transactions

Signed with the Phoenix Mercury as an undrafted free agent on April 19, 2006.
Selected by the Atlanta Dream form the Phoenix Mercury in the 2008 WNBA Expansion Draft on February 6, 2008. Re-signed with the Dream on February 17, 2009. Released by Dream on April 26, 2010.
Signed with the Tulsa Shock on June 8, 2010. Re-signed with the Shock on February 13, 2012.