2002 WNBA SEASON
Averaged 1.1 ppg and 6.0 mpg in 19 games…Played a season-high 20 minutes and scored a career-high 11 points at Sacramento on 6/20…Missed 13 games due to coach’s decision.
WNBA CAREER HISTORY:
2001: Finished the season with averages of 2.8 ppg, 1.5 rpg and a team-high 3.0 apg...Her 3.0 apg ranked 17th in the WNBA...Started 16 games...Netted a career-high 11 points June 23 at Utah, her first double-digit effort in the WNBA...Her 97 assists ranked second in Lynx single-season efforts behind Sonja Tate's 100 assists in 1999...Hauled down a career-high six rebounds July 1 at Cleveland...Posted career highs with eight assists (tied) and 39 minutes June 28 vs. Seattle...Also handed out eight assists June 2 vs. Phoenix...Led the Lynx in assists 16 times...Over two-thirds (56-for-78) of her field goal attempts came from three-point range...20 of 30 field goals made were three-point field goals...2000: Allocated to Minnesota by the WNBA on May 3...Appeared in 28 contests, starting the final 12 games of the season...Led the team in assists twice...Handed out a season-high five assists vs. Utah on June 22...Netted a season-high nine points and four assists in 24 minutes Aug. 8 at Charlotte...Played a season-high 33 minutes, posted five rebounds and matched a franchise single-game record with four blocks vs. Los Angeles on July 15...41 of 58 field goal attempts came from beyond the three-point arc.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPEREINCE:
Played three seasons in the ABL for the Seattle Reign (1996-97 through 1998-99)...Tallied 7.6 ppg and 3.6 apg in 99 contests...Shot 35.9% (208-for-579) from the field and 35.5% (132-for-372) from beyond the three-point line...132 of 208 career field goals made were three-pointers.
Turned down scholarship offers from Harvard, Princeton and Dartmouth and attempted to earn a position as a walk-on for the Stanford women's basketball team...As a freshman, played on Stanford's NCAA Division I National Championship Team and earned a scholarship for the following year...Led the Cardinal in assists her final two seasons...All-Pac 10 honorable mention and First Team All-Academic team member as a senior...Earned Stanford's "Best Defensive Player" award her junior season...Participated in the 1993-94 U.S. Olympic festival...Earned Stanford's "Coaches' Award" as a sophomore.