2003 WNBA SEASON
Went undrafted but was invited to the Cleveland Rockers training camp on 5/9 ... Waived by the Rockers on 5/16.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Played one month in Israel for the Maccabi Raanana, a pro club in Israel's First Division, in 12/03 ... Averaged nearly 25 ppg, including 31 points in her debut game, which was the second-highest point total scored in league competition during the season ... Led the entire league in scoring and was a three-time first-team selection ... Rated #1 at the National Women’s Basketball League (NWBL) Pre-Draft Camp ... Signed with the Chicago Blaze Women’s Professional Basketball Team when she was invited to their training camp in January but was placed on the inactive list so as to pursue international opportunities ... During January, she also signed with Apollon Ptolemaidas, a pro club team in Greece's First Division, as a mid-season replacement, averaging 18.0 points and named to the All-Star team.
2003: Selected as a WBCA All-Star and played in the All-Star Game that was held during the Women's Final Four in Atlanta ... Led the Pac-10 with points scored with 18.9 ppg ... Finished second in Pac-10 history in steals (288) ... Scored a career-high 36 points and made a school record total of eight three-point shots against Michigan State ... Moved into fourth place on the all-time school list for made three-point shots with 76 ... Ranks 15th on the all-time school scoring list with 1,158 points ... 2002: Unfortunately, she was forced to sit out for the majority of the season on the recommendation of UCLA medical staff due to a history of mild concussions ... 2001: Named to the first-team all-conference squad ... Finished the season as the Pac-10 scoring leader averaging 19.9 ppg ... Rated first in the conference in free throw percentage (.865), fourth in steals (2.33) and sixth in three-point field goals made per game (1.85) ... 2000: Named to the honorable mention all-conference team ... Finished the season hitting 19 of her last 20 free throws ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring and led the team with a steals average of 2.2 per game, which ranked third in the Pac-10 ... Also led the team in free throw percentage with a .864 mark, which was the fourth-best single-season mark ever by a Bruin at the time ... 1999: Named to the first team All-Pac-10 freshman team ... Selected to the All-NCAA West Regional team.