Natasha Lacy #11 Guard
2013 Regular Season PPG 2.3 RPG 5.0 APG 2.0 EFF +4.00
Bio Born: Jul 08, 1985 Height: 5-10 / 1,78 Weight: 165 lbs. / 74,8 kg. College: Texas-El Paso Years Pro: 3
Background2011 (Los Angeles): Averaged 5.0 points, 2.2 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 29 games off the bench…Ranked fourth in the WNBA in steals per 40 minutes (2.8)…Scored in double figures in three consecutive late-season home games – 12 points vs. Tulsa, 13 vs. Phoenix and 11 vs. Atlanta – shooting a combined 15-of-26 (.577)…Season-high 14 points vs. San Antonio on July 17 were one-shy of personal best…Also played a career-high 35 minutes and dished off seven assists vs. the Silver Stars, a personal best feat equaled in the season finale vs. Chicago (Sept. 10)…Playing in the Turkish League during the 2011-12 off-season with Ceyhan Belediyespor.
2010 (Tulsa): Averaged 6.3 points, 3.5 assists and 2.3 boards per contests…Totaled a career-high 15 points vs. Indiana on 5/29…Started three games for the Shock during her rookie season, making 16 total appearances.
College: In three seasons with TCU and one with Texas El-Paso, Lacy finished with more than 1,300 points, 750 rebounds, 600 assists and 300 steals…Named a 2008 AP Honorable-Mention All-American and played a large role in UTEP’s record-setting 28-4 campaign…Finished eighth in the country in steals per game, setting the single-season school record with 108 total thefts in the process…The 2008 Conference USA Newcomer of the Year was second on the squad in assists (156) and scoring (13.0 ppg), and third in rebounding (5.9 rpg) and total blocks (20)…Transferred to Texas El-Paso following three seasons at TCU…Left TCU as one of the more decorated players in school history…Ranked among the career leaders in scoring (11th, 945), rebounding (sixth, 579), assists (first, 456) and steals (second, 223)…Only player in TCU history with more than 700 points, 500 rebounds and 400 assists…Scored in double figures 48 times with seven 20-plus point performances…TCU compiled a 67-29 (.698) overall record and a 32-12 (.727) slate in conference games during her tenure…The Lady Frogs also appeared in three NCAA Tournaments and advanced to the second round twice…Was a Second-team All-Mountain West selection as junior…Was a Third-team All-Conference USA honoree as a sophomore…As a freshman, she was an Conference USA All-Freshman honoree and C-USA All-Tournament Team selection.