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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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.
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 . . .