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    Quacy Barnes | 42
    Season statistics & Notes Season splits Game-by-game stats Bio Printable player file
    2002
    Statistics
     PPG 1.5
     RPG 0.5
     APG .0
    Position:  C
    Born: 09/26/76
    Height: 6-5 /  1,96
    Weight: 185  lbs. / 83,9  kg.
    College: Indiana '98
    Career Highlights
  • Holds the Indiana University for career blocks with 269
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  • BACKGROUND

    2001:
    Averaged 3.4 ppg, 1.7 rpg and 11.5 mpg in 20 games...Started in three games (vs. Detroit on 7/24, at Sacramento on 8/11 and vs. Sacramento on 8/14)...Played a season-high 28 minutes at Sacramento on 8/11...Scored a season-high 10 points in two games (vs. Phoenix on 5/31) and vs. Sacramento on 8/14)...Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds at Sacramento on 8/11...Led the team in rebounding in three games (five vs. Miami on 6/7, six vs. Minnesota on 8/10 and eight at Sacramento on 8/11).

    2000:
    Finished her second WNBA season averaging 6.7 ppg, 2.7 rpg and 1.1 bpg and 22.7 mpg in 31 games...Started 23 games...Scored a season-high 17 points against Phoenix on 8/3...Scored 16 points against Houston on 6/1 and Miami on 7/30...Set a then-franchise record for blocks in a game with her three-block performances against Los Angeles on 8/8, Charlotte on 6/9 and Miami on 7/30.

    1999:
    Traded to the Cleveland Rockers for guard Cindy Blodgett on May 24, 1999...Did not make the Rockers’ opening day roster.

    1998:
    Was selected by the Sacramento Monarchs in the third round (22nd overall) of the 1998 WNBA Draft...Saw action in 17 games.

    COLLEGE:
    Starred at Indiana University...Holds the school record for career blocks with 269, which is also good for third in the Big Ten’s all-time record book...First-Team All-Big Ten in 1998...Led the Hoosiers her senior year in scoring with 17.7 ppg and in rebounding with 6.4 per game...Averaged 12.4 ppg and 5.6 rpg in her collegiate career...Is the Hoosiers’ seventh-leading scorer in program history with 1,428 points...Led the Big Ten and was ranked sixth in the nation for blocked shots with 95 in 1996-97.


    PERSONAL

  • Considers high school coach Louis Harvey to be the most influential coach of her career
  • Favorite moment on the court in college was when she blocked a shot at the buzzer to beat Purdue in 1997
  • Has a son, Trenell Domonic Bell
  • Has an older sister, Monique Knight, two younger sisters, Danielle and Joi Whaley and two younger brothers, Frank Barnes and Robert Whaley
  • Parents are Sonia Wright and John Barnes
  • Would like to teach physical education in elementary school after her playing career is over


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