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 2005 Statistics
                    REBOUNDS PER GAME  
 Team G GS MPG FGM-A FG% 3PM-A 3P% FTM-A FT% OFF DEF TOT APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG
No Statistics Data Available.
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)

  • 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.”

  •  Season Highs / Career Highs
      2005 HIGHS CAREER HIGHS
     Points None 28 vs. Orlando 6/12/2001
     Field Goals Made None 10 vs. Orlando 6/12/2001
     Field Goals Attempted None 21 vs. Washington 7/3/2001
     Three Point Field Goals Made None 1 4 Times
     Three Point Field Goals Attempted None 4 vs. Los Angeles 6/18/2002
     Free Throws Made None None
     Free Throws Attempted None 13 vs. Orlando 6/12/2001
     Offensive Rebounds None 8 @ Cleveland 7/5/2002
     Defensive Rebounds None 6 vs. Connecticut 6/1/2003
     Total Rebounds None 10 @ Cleveland 7/5/2002
     Assists None 6 vs. Sacramento 6/30/2001
     Steals None 8 vs. Charlotte 9/17/2004
     Blocks None 2 @ Los Angeles 9/1/2004
     Minutes Played None 43 vs. Washington 7/3/2001
     CAREER AVERAGES
                    REBOUNDS PER GAME  
    YEAR TEAM G GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% OFF DEF RPG APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG
     2001  SEA   32 30 27.6 .371 .000 .660 1.00 2.30 3.30 1.4 .91 .13 2.28 1.41 9.4
     2002  SEA   21 16 21.8 .353 .211 .706 1.80 1.40 3.20 1.4 .95 .05 1.71 1.57 6.4
     2002  UTA   8 0 16.9 .450 .000 .759 .50 2.10 2.60 1.0 .50 .13 1.25 2.00 7.3
     2002  UTA   29 16 20.4 .376 .190 .725 1.40 1.60 3.10 1.3 .83 .07 1.59 1.69 6.6
     2003  SAN   33 1 10.3 .356 .000 .533 .80 .80 1.60 .7 .33 .00 1.33 1.24 2.7
     2004  SAN   29 8 15.9 .371 .000 .625 .90 1.20 2.10 .7 .76 .14 .97 1.41 4.7
     Career     123 55 18.5 .370 .129 .652 1.02 1.48 2.50 1.0 .70 .08 1.55 1.43 5.8

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