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Kedra Holland-Corn | 11
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2007
Statistics
 PPG
 RPG
 APG
 EFF
Position:  G
Born: Nov 5, 1974
Height: 5-8 /  1,73
Weight: 129  lbs. /  58,5  kg.
College : Georgia '97
Career Highlights
  • Scored 28 Points vs. Washington on June 25, 2002
  • Grabbed 9 Rebounds @ Minnesota on July 3, 2001
  • Made 7 Assists @ Indiana on June 21, 2000
  • Snagged 6 Steals twice
  • Blocked 2 shots three times
  • Played 47 Minutes vs. New York on June 13, 2002
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    BACKGROUND

    2004: Scored a season-high 21 points vs. Washington on June 27 . . . Grabbed a season-high six rebounds vs. Los Angeles on June 5 . . . Handed out a season-high six assists at New York on May 23 . . . Picked up a season-high four steals on three occasions . . . Reached double-figures in scoring on seven occasions . . . Asked for, and received, her release from the Comets on September 3 . . .

    2003: Helped the Shock capture the 2003 WNBA Championship . . . Was 10th in the WNBA in three-point field goal percentage (50-of-124, .403) . . . Led the team in three-point field goals made (50) and attempted (124) . . . Scored a season-high 23 points at Washington on August 6 . . . Grabbed a season-high six rebounds and handed out a season-high six assists at New York on August 1 . . . Picked up a season-high four steals at Seattle on August 17 . . . Blocked a season-high two shots vs. Phoenix on June 28, 2003 . . . Paced the team in scoring on three occasions and assists four times . . . Scored in double-figures on 16 occasions and reached the 20-point plateau once . . . 2003 Playoffs Averaged 8.1 points, 1.5 rebounds and 1.9 assists while coming off the bench in all eight games with the Shock, scoring in double-figures twice (12 points at Connecticut on September 5 and 16 points vs. Los Angeles on September 14) . . . Tied a WNBA Finals record by making four three-pointers vs LA in Game 2 on September 14 . . .

    2002: Ranked sixth in the WNBA in three-point field goal attempts (157) . . . Scored a career-high 28 points vs. Washington on June 25 . . . Grabbed a season-high six rebounds on two occasions . . . Handed out a season-high six assists at Phoenix on July 27 . . . Picked up a season-high three steals on four occasions . . . Scored in double-figures on 15 occasions and 20 or more points twice . . .

    2001:
    Ranked third in the WNBA in made three-pointers (59), 11th in three-point field goal percentage (.393) and ninth in steals per game (1.75) . . . Scored a season-high 26 points and blocked a season-high two shots at Utah on June 21 . . . Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds at Minnesota on July 3 . . . Handed out a season-high five assists twice . . . Recorded a season-high five steals vs. Houston on July 10 . . . Scored in double figures on 16 occasions and 20 or more points on three occasions . . . 2001 Playoffs Averaged a career-playoff high 13.8 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists in Sacramento’s five postseason games . . . Was the Monarchs’ second-leading scorer in the postseason and tied for the team lead in steals with eight . . .

    2000:
    Ranked 17th in the league in three-point field goal percentage (.361) . . . Scored a season-high 23 points vs. Los Angeles on June 11 . . . Grabbed a season-high five rebounds vs. Seattle on May 31 . . . Handed out a career-high seven assists at Indiana on June 21 . . . Picked up as season-high five steals vs. Minnesota on July 20 . . . Blocked a season-high two shots vs. Minnesota on June 28 . . . Scored in double-figures on 12 occasions and reached the 20-point plateau three times . . . 2000 Playoffs Averaged 9.5 points, 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists in the Monarchs two-games-to-none sweep at the hands of the Houston Comets in Round 1 . . . Handed out a game-high five assists in Game 1 on August 12 . . .

    1999:
    Finished seventh in the WNBA in steals (1.97) . . . Scored a season-high 22 points and connected on a franchise-record six three-pointers at Minnesota on June 29 . . . Grabbed a season-high five rebounds at Charlotte on August 4 . . . Handed out a season-high four assists on two occasions . . . Tied the franchise record for steals in a game with six vs. Houston on July 8 . . . Topped the 20-point plateau on three occasions and scored in double figures 22 times . . . 1999 Playoffs Started Sacramento’s lone playoff game – a 71-58 loss to the Los Angeles Sparks on August 24 . . . Scored two points, grabbed five rebounds, handed out an assist and picked up two steals in her first taste of WNBA postseason action.

    College Career:
    Averaged 12.5 points, 3.4 rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.42 steals in 125 games played during her four-year collegiate career at Georgia … finished career at Georgia ranked third all-time in steals (302) and eighth in career points (1,566) … named Third-Team Associated Press All-America and First-Team All-Southeastern Conference as a senior (1996-97) after averaging 17.2 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 3.74 steals in 31 games played (started 30) … participated in two Final Fours (1995, 1996), including the 1995 NCAA Championship Game (lost to Tennessee).

    Honors, Records & Awards: Member of the 2003 WNBA Champion Detroit Shock . . . Is the third most prolific three-point shooter (31 of 69, .449) and ninth most prolific free-throw shooter (24 of 28, .857) in WNBA playoff history . . . Ranks 18th in league history in steals . . .


    PERSONAL

  • Kedra Holland Corn: Home Is Where The Heart Is
  • Full name is Kedra (KEY-dra) Nicol Holland-Corn
  • Married Jesse Corn in the summer of 1996
  • Majored in health & physical education
  • Enjoys reading, listening to gospel music, watching television, and spending time with her husband
  • Is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and does community service work through the organization
  • Lives in the South of France during the off-season where she plays for Aix-en-Provence
  • Spent Christmas in Paris, the “City of Lights”
  • Enjoys eating French cheeses and Salmon



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