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Notched her fi rst double-double in a Shock uniform with 14 pts and 11 rebs vs. Indiana on 6/16.

2007 Playoffs:

Finished second on the team in the post season in field goal percentage (24-of-42, .571)… Averaged 5.2 ppg and 4.1 rpg in her fi rst taste of WNBA postseason action.


Ranked 12th in the WNBA in rebounding (6.1), 16th in fi eld goal percentage (.467, 100-214), seventh in double-doubles (6) and tied for 17th in blocked shots (0.76)… Led the Silver Stars in blocks (26) and finished second on the team in free throw attempts (105) and rebounds (209)… Led the team in scoring two times and in rebounding on 11 occasions.


Finished second in Rookie of the Year voting and was selected to the inaugural All-Rookie Team… one of four Silver Stars players to see action in all 34 games, including 14 starts… averaged 8.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.29 blocks in 19.8 minutes per game… shot .468 (104-222) from the field and .703 (90-128) from the foul line… ranked first among rookies in rebounding (5.1 rpg) and blocks (1.29 bpg – eighth overall in WNBA), second in scoring (8.8 ppg) and shooting percentage (4.68/104-122) and fourth in minutes per game (19.8 mpg)… ranked first in the league in free throw attempts per 40 minutes (5.3 fta), second overall in free throws made per 40 minutes (7.6 ftm) and sixth in rebounding per 40 minutes (10.4 rpg)… led the team in scoring nine times, rebounding on 13 occasions, blocks 22 times and steals three times… posted two double-doubles (14 points and 11 rebounds at Charlotte on 6/21 and 14 points, 12 rebounds vs. Seattle on 8/23)… finished with a career-high 17 points (5-7 FG, 7-8 FT) in 23 minutes at Seattle on 7/15… tallied 15 points, six rebounds, two assists and two blocks in 22 minutes at Phoenix on 6/15.


Finished her career at Liberty as one of only two players in NCAA history to lead the nation in field goal percentage in back-to-back seasons (2004, 2005)… earned AP All-American Honorable Mention honors as a junior and senior… the only player in Big South Conference history to be named Big South Player of the Year three times (2003, 2004, 2005)… was the 2004 Big South Women’s Athlete of the Year… a three-time All-Big South First Team Selection (2003, 2004, 2005)… named the Big South Tournament MVP twice (2004, 2005)… selected to the Kodak/WBCA All-America Region II Team in 2004… named the Richmond-Times Dispatch Virginia State Player of the Year and the VaSID Player of the Year in 2004… named Big South Player of the Week 15 times in her collegiate career… was the only player in the nation to lead her conference in points, rebounds, blocks and fi eld goal percentage as a senior… posted 49 double-doubles for her career… ended her career at Liberty as the Flames all-time leader in field-goal percentage (.622, 764-1,228), total rebounds (1,033) and blocks (227)… ranks second all-time in points scored with 1,845.


  • The daughter of Wayne and Patricia Feenstra.
  • Full name is Katharen Ruth Feenstra.
  • Her sister, Meribeth Anderson, also played basketball at Liberty from 1999-2003.
  • Majoring in physical education.
  • Would like to pursue a career in teaching and coaching after her professional basketball career.

  • Career Transactions

  • Acquired by the Atlanta Dream from the Detroit Shock in the 2008 expansion draft.
  • Selected by Connecticut in the first round (eighth overall) of the WNBA Draft, April 16, 2005.
  • Draft rights along with a first-round pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft, traded by Connecticut to San Antonio for Margo Dydek, April 16, 2005.

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