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Shanna Crossley #0 Guard
- Born: Sep 07, 1983
- Height: 5-10 / 1,78
- Weight: 155 lbs. / 70,3 kg.
- College: Tennessee
- Years Pro: 4
Background2011 SEASON: Missed 2011 season with a torn ACL ... Worked with the Shock as a community amassador and color analyst alongside Mike Wolfe ... Assisted the Shock Basketball Academy run youth basketball camps across the state of Oklahoma. 2010 SEASON: Was the Shock's third leading scorer at 9.7 points in 21.3 minutes/game ... Led the Shcok from three-point territory shooting 40.4 percent ... Started a career-high 16 games ... Had a career-high four steals against Washington on 7/3/10. 2009 SEASON: Appeared in 19 games of which she started one for the San Antonio Silver Stars…Averaged 5.0 ppg on 46.1 percent shooting from the field, 44.4 percent from three and 83.3 percent from three…Averaged 5.7 ppg in 10.3 mins/game in three playoff games…Scored a season-high 16 points against Los Angeles on 09/08/09…Made a season-high five three-pointers against Indiana on 8/27/09.
2007 SEASON: Played in all 34 games, starting one… Scored 16 points in a quarter on May 23 against Connecticut… Tied a franchise record for 3-pointers made in a game after hitting 7 of 11 3-pt field goal attempts on Aug. 2 against Phoenix (also ties for second in league history)… Followed the seven treys with six against Los Angeles two days later… Scored in double-figures 11 times, including three 20-plus point performances, scoring 26 against L.A. on Aug. 4, 21 against Phoenix on Aug. 2, and 20 at Minnesota (her only start) on Aug. 19… Finished 10th in the league in 3-Pt percentage at a .409 clip and ranked fourth in 3-Pt made per game (2.2)… On the season averaged 16.1 minutes, 9.2 points, 1.4 rebounds, 0.8 steals and 0.41 steals per game… In the playoffs, averaged 8.2 points during 11.6 minutes per game (all five games)… Scored 20 points on 7 of 12 shooting, including 6 of 10 from beyond the arc in the final playoff game Sept. 1 at Phoenix.
2006 SEASON: Played in all 34 games as a rookie … averaged 6.6 points per game, 1.2 rebounds per game and 1.0 assists per game … scored a season-best 18 points in the last game of the season August 12 vs. Phoenix, chipping in three rebounds and two assists … scored in double-figures 12 times and led the team in points, assists and steals each once and blocks twice … ranked 14th in the league in three-point field goal percentage at a .378 (48-127) clip … was among the top 20 rookie league leaders in seven categories: 7th scoring average (6.6), 20th rebounds per game (1.2), 11th assists per game(1.0), 10th field goal percentage (.379), 2nd three-point field goal percentage (.378), 16th blocks per game (.12), and 10th in minutes per game (16.5).
COLLEGE: Finished her career at Tennessee with 78 double-digit scoring performances, ranked first in single-game three-pointers made (7 vs. Alabama, 2/19/06), first in single-season free throw percentage (.957 in 2003-04), first in career free throw percentage (.916), first in single season three-point field goals made (103 in 2005-06), first in career three-point field goals made (266), first in career three-point field goal percentage (.425), second in career games played (144) and ninth on the all-time scoring list with 1,706 career points… holds the NCAA single-season (.957 in 2003-04) and career (.916) free throw standards…named to the all-region team at the 2006 NCAA Cleveland Regional… All-SEC First Team selection in 2006, making her the ninth Lady Vol to earn a spot on the conference teams at least three times in her career…Named an ESPN the Magazine First Team Academic All-American…preseason candidate for the State Farm Wade Trophy and Naismith Award.
PERSONAL: Parents are Kem and Lynette Zolman…majored in journalism and electronic media…a strong believer in community service, volunteered her time with Race for the Cure, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, the Dogwood Arts Parade, the Toyota Literacy program and singing Christmas carols at area nursing homes…an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes… Served as the spokesperson for the 2006 Silver Stars 5K Run/Walk presented by Astrazeneca… has one brother, Josh