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2013 Fever Player Bio Pages (pdf)

Indiana’s top draft pick in 2012, Goodlett returns for her second season with the Fever…she appeared in 26 games last season as a rookie…Goodlett is just the second Georgia Tech player ever chosen in the first round of the WNBA Draft, following Alex Montgomery’s No. 10 selection in 2011 by the New York Liberty…she played at Tech under MaChelle Joseph whose career began as a player and assistant coach at Purdue under Lin Dunn.

PRO - WNBA
2012: Goodlett made 26 appearances in her rookie campaign, averaging 3.1 points and 1.6 rebounds…at Connecticut, 9/19, she led the bench with a career-high nine points on 4-of-5 field goals plus four rebounds in just nine minutes…she finished seventh among WNBA rookies in field goal percentage with a mark of 46.8 percent…she averaged 8.3 rebounds per 40 minutes played.

PLAYOFFS
2012: Goodlett made an appearance in one game for the Fever in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals against Minnesota, 10/19.

PRO - OVERSEAS
2012: Goodlett was a world traveler in her first professional season overseas...she spent time in China, France and South Korea, with her longest stint being 11 games with Heilongjiang Chenneng in China…she averaged 13.4 points and 9.9 rebounds before moving to Arras Pays in France, in December.

COLLEGE
Goodlett finished her career at Georgia Tech ranked among career leaders in points scored (10th, 1,364), rebounds (9th, 760) and blocked shots (5th, 127)…she set a Yellow Jacket record for most career games played with 133, starting 127 of those.
2011-12: During her final campaign, Goodlett earned All-ACC Second Team and ACC All-Tournament First Team accolades as she helped the Jackets to 12 ACC wins and a 26-9 mark overall…the Yellow Jackets played in the ACC Championship Game for only the second time in school history and were ranked as high as 15th in the country…Goodlett finished 15th in the NCAA with a 53.2 percent shooting clip…she led the Jackets with 14.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game…she led Tech in scoring 16 times as a senior, and 18 times on the boards…in all, she contributed 10 double-doubles with 26 games in double-figure scoring, including a season-high 26 points at Boston College, 1/15.
2010-11: She played in 34 of 35 games and started 32 contests...she was third on team with 9.9 ppg and third with 5.8 rpg, scoring in double digits 17 times...she tied her season high with 18 points against Maryland and added nine boards against the Terps in an ACC Tournament win...she tied a career high with 13 rebounds against Miami...also against Miami, she finished with a season-high 18 points on 8-of-11 shooting to go with seven rebounds against the Hurricanes.
2009-10: Goodlett started in 32 of her 33 games while recording averages of 9.7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game.
2008-09: As a freshman, Goodlett played in every game and started 29 of Tech's 32 contests…she registered her first career double-double (16 pts, 13 reb) against Iowa in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (3/22)…she averaged 6.3 points and 3.7 rebounds per game…she was named to the Dean's List in the spring.

Personal

Sasha Samolia Goodlett was born on August 9, 1990 in Jackson, Miss….she is the daughter of Michael Washington and Sara Goodlett…she has an older sister, Tristina, and an older brother, Michael…she majored in history at Georgia Tech and enjoys playing air hockey…she was a four-year letterwinner and two-year captain in basketball at Clinton High School…she was named the 2007-08 team MVP…she was a member of the 2005-06 5A state championship team…Goodlett was named to the Dandy Dozen (Top 12 Players in Mississippi) by the Clarion Ledger... she was ranked No. 64 in the nation by All-Star Girls Report…she was a 2007 Mississippi High School All-Star Game participant and an honor roll student.

Career Transactions

(1) Drafted by the Indiana Fever with the 11th overall pick, first round, in the 2012 WNBA Draft, 4/16/12.