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LaToya Pringle #30 Forward/Center

LaToya Pringle
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Background

2011 (Los Angeles): Averaged 3.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 0.7 blocks in 20 games played…Nearly tallied double-double with 12 points, career-high nine boards at Phoenix (July 5)…11 points, four-blocks in a season-high 25 minutes in vs. San Antonio (July 17)…Currently playing her third season with TED Keyseri in Turkey.

2009 (Minnesota): Played in 17 games for the Lynx and averaged 2.2 points and 2.2 rebounds in 9.4 minutes.

2008 (Phoenix): Drafted 13th overall by the Phoenix Mercury in the 2008 WNBA Draft…Saw action in 29 games…Averaged 4.4 points and 3.5 rebounds… ranked fifth in the WNBA in blocked shots (1.52 bpg) and first in the WNBA in blocks per 40 minutes (4.66).

College: Left North Carolina as the school record holder with 336 career blocks…Career-high 14.6 points per game as a senior in 2007-08, with career averages of 8.8 points, 5.7 boards and 2.4 blocks…As a junior in 2006-07, set a single-season Tarheel record with 121 swats…Started all 38 games for the Tar Heels, establishing school records for games started and games played in a campaign…Her 3.18 blocks per game were good for fifth in the NCAA…Second player in UNC history (Dawn Royster, 1985) to record 100 blocks in a season.

Personal

Born LaToya Antoinette Pringle on Sept. 11, 1986, in Nuremberg, Germany, where her parents were stationed in the Army…Daughter of Reece and Sharon Pringle…Has a younger sister, Shanice (14)...Married former UNC basketball player Byron Sanders in July 2011.

Career Transactions

Acquired in a trade from the Los Angeles Sparks on February 23, 2012..... Signed as free agent by the Los Angeles Spark on February 2, 2011..... Waived by the Los Angeles Sparks on May 13, 2010..... Signed as a free agent by the Los Angeles Sparks on February 16, 2010...... Waived by Minnesota, July 26, 2009...... Traded by Phoenix to Minnesota with Kelly Miller in exchange for Nicole Ohlde, January 30, 2009