Updated 2008 Fever Player Bios (pdf)
Terry is an athletic, shot-blocking center who runs the floor well…she enters her second training camp with the Fever.
Terry is an athletic, shot-blocking center who runs the floor well...she enters her third season with the Fever…she spent most of the 2007-08 offseason attending classes at Georgia Tech.
PRO - WNBA
2007: Terry appeared nine games averaging 1.0 points and 1.6 rebounds per contest…in just under nine minutes vs. Sacramento, she had one of the best outings of her career with two points, a career-best five rebounds, one assist, a steal and a blocked shot…her five boards against the Monarchs featured her first game with multiple (2) offensive boards…in the most minutes of her career, she scored three points with a rebound a blocked shot in 12 minutes at Connecticut, 8/4.
2006: In uniform for half the team's 34 games, she made appearances in 10 and logged a total of 53 minutes...she was on the inactive list for the other 17 games of the season...she made her regular-season debut at Chicago, 5/26, and scored four points on 2-3 FG and hauled in one offensive rebound...she scored a season-high six points in two games, at Sacramento, 6/25, and at Chicago, 7/30...she was 3-3 from the floor in both those games and shot 11-19 FG (.579) for the season...she was the only Fever player to make at least half her shots for the season...she had no blocked shots in her first seven appearances, then had three in the span of two games, including two vs. Minnesota, 8/3...she had a season-high three boards in the Fever's win vs. Minnesota, 8/3, and she had one of her four offensive rebounds in that game.
2007: Terry was active for two games of the Fever’s 2007 playoff run, but did not see game action.
2006: Terry was inactive during the Fever’s participation in the 2006 WNBA Playoffs.
PRO - OVERSEAS
2007-08: Before returning to the U.S. in December, she played 10 games for Maccabi Ramat Hen in the Israeli Basketball League…in those 10 games, she averaged 14.1 ppg…in Israel, she also averaged 6.2 rpg, while totaling eight blocked shots, eight steals and six assists.
2006-07: Terry played in just five games for Hapoel Haifa Motzkin in Israel, but her five-game averages were stunning: 26.2 ppg and 12.4 rpg shooting 67.9 from the field...she began her season in Spain, where Ensino began 0-11 and finally won its first game, 12/22...it was Terry’s last game with Ensino, before signing over the holiday break with Hapoel Haifa Motzkin...once she arrived in Israel, things didn’t get much better – except that Terry lit the league on fire in limited play...with temporary league certification, she registered 23 points and 15 rebounds in her first game with Hapoel...by the team’s next game a week later, she was not yet certified, and was told she couldn’t play - until three minutes were gone in the game and she was suddenly approved...37 minutes of action later, she had scored 38 points on 16-19 FG shooting...she added eight rebounds, five steals and three blocks, and was named the MVP for Israel’s Round 13...she scored 20 or more points in each of five games in Israel and recorded double-digit rebounds in four of five outings...with Ensino in Spain, Terry averaged 12.1 ppg, 7.5 rpg and 1.5 bpg per game.
2005-06: One of two players to start all 29 games, Terry led Georgia Tech with 55 blocks while also averaging 6.9 points and 5.8 rebounds per game...she had two double-doubles during the season, including one in a double-overtime loss at Miami...she shot 48 percent from the floor.
2004-05: Terry played in the season’s first 12 games, starting the first 11, before sitting out the final 15 games...she had 30 blocks in the first 12 games...she also averaged 6.5 ppg and 5.8 rpg...she tied a season high with 14 points while adding nine rebounds and a pair of blocks against Princeton.
2003-04: Led the Atlantic Coast Conference with 70 blocked shots...she started 15 games averaging 6.0 ppg and 4.6 rpg...she blocked five or more shots on five occasions, including a career-high seven against Duke.
2002-03: She started 19 games, earning honorable mention on the ACC All-Rookie Team...she averaged 4.7 ppg, and 4.8 rpg...she was also the team’s second-leading shot blocker with 1.33 bpg.