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Semeka Randall | 21
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2005
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Position:  G
Born: Feb 7, 1979
Height: 5-9 /  1,75
Weight: 164  lbs. /  74,4  kg.
College : Tennessee '01
Career Highlights
  • Finished fifth in the WNBA among rookie scorers in 2001
  • Member of NCAA Division I Championship team with the University of Tennessee (1998)
  • Kodak All-American First Team (1999-2000)
  • Associated Press All-American Second Team (1999, 2000)
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    BACKGROUND

    2002:
    Appeared in eight games for Utah, averaging 7.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.0 assists in 16.9 minutes per game…started season in Seattle appearing in 21 games, including 16 starts, averaging 6.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 21.8 minutes per game...averaged 6.6 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1. 3 assists in 20.1 minutes per game for the season…shot .376 (65-173) from the field and .725 (58-60) from the foul line…scored in double figures seven times…scored a season-high 21 points ( 7-13 FG, 7-8 FT) and grabbed 4 rebounds in 26 minutes vs. Utah on 6/9…finished with a career-high 10 rebounds in 23 minutes at Cleveland on 7/5…recorded 10 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists in 17 minutes vs. Sacramento on 8/12…appeared in all five playoff games with the Starzz, averaging 4.0 points and 2.4 rebounds in 12.4 minutes per game…finished with 8 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists vs. Los Angeles on 8/22…acquired by the Starzz in exchange for Kate Starbird on July 22.

    2001:
    Averaged 9.4 ppg, 3.3 rpg, 1.4 apg, 0.91 spg and 27.6 mpg in 32 games…Second on the team in scoring to Lauren Jackson (15.2 ppg)…Finished fifth in the WNBA among rookie scorers…Played a season-high 43 minutes vs. Washington on 7/3…Scored a season-high and franchise-record 28 points vs. Orlando on 6/12…Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds in two games (vs. Los Angeles on 6/16 and at Portland on 6/19)…Handed out a season-high six assists vs. Sacramento on 6/30…Recorded a season-high four steals at Portland on 6/19)…Scored in double-figures in 15 games…Led the team in scoring in four games (16 at Washington on 6/3, 28 vs. Orlando on 6/12, 14 vs. Portland on 7/20 and 19 vs. Phoenix on 7/27)…Led or co-led the team in rebounding in four games (five vs. Cleveland on 6/14, seven vs. Los Angeles on 6/16, five at Charlotte on 7/7 and six vs. Portland on 7/20)…Led or co-led the team in assists in four games (three vs. Cleveland on 6/14, six vs. Sacramento on 6/30, four at Portland on 7/4 and two vs. Utah on 8/3).

    COLLEGE:
    Member of NCAA Division I Championship team with the University of Tennessee (1998)…All-SEC First Team (1999, 2000)…All-SEC second team (1998, 2000)…All-SEC Third Team (2001)…SEC All-Freshman Team (1998)…Kodak All-American First Team (1999-2000)…Women's Basketball Journal Defensive Player of the Year (1999, 2000)…Associated Press All-American Second Team (1999, 2000)…The Sporting News All-American Second Team (1999, 2000)…NCAA Mideast Regional All-Tournament Team (1998, 2000)…1999-2000: Reputation as a standout defensive stopper earned her the nickname “Hard to Handle Randall”…Earned Coaches All-SEC honors…Named to the Associated Press All-SEC team…Named to the All-SEC Academic Team…Ranked 10th in SEC scoring and was third in free-throw accuracy…Her play in the NCAA Mideast Regionals was rewarded with a berth on the All-Tournament Team…Started in all 37 games as a junior…Scored in double-figures in 29 games…Season highs included 23 points against Auburn and 10 rebounds against Florida in the SEC Tournament…Cracked the top 10 all-time Lady Vol scoring list in the NCAA playoff game against Texas Tech…1998-99: Named to the 1999 KODAK All-America Team with fellow Lady Vols Tamika Catchings and Chamique Holdsclaw…The Meek trio became the first threesome from one school to be named to the Kodak team in a single season…Averaged 14.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg and 1.8 spg…Tallied a career-high of 25 points in the win at Connecticut…Became just the 24th Lady Vol to crack the 1,000-point barrier, hitting that mark in the SEC Tournament meeting against Alabama…Scored in double-figures in 23 games.

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
    Leading scorer (10.6 ppg) for gold medal-winning 1998 USA Jones Cup Team in Taipei, Taiwan and shot 54 percent from the field…Member of 1997 USA Junior World Championship Team which competed in Natal, Brazil…Leading scorer (14.4 ppg) for silver medal-winning 1996 USA Junior World Championship Qualifying Team at the COPABA Tournament in Mexico.


    PERSONAL

  • Semeka Chantay Randall was born Feb. 7, 1979, in Cleveland
  • Nicknamed “Meka” by her teammates
  • Received her bachelor’s degree in speech communications in December 2000 and completed her NCAA eligibility as a graduate student in sports management
  • Favorite memory is winning the 1998 NCAA Championship in Kansas City, culminating a 39-0 season
  • Enjoys coaching on the youth basketball circuit
  • Lists the epic legend “Beowolf” as her favorite literary work
  • Owns a dog named “Scrappy”
  • Favorite author is Eric Jemore Dickey
  • Favorite movie is “The Five Heartbeats”
  • Enjoys watching the “Jamie Foxx Show.”



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