NBA D-LEAGUE WNBA FANTASY GAMES NBA TV STORE TICKETS HELP
CONTESTS/SPECIALS
PLAYERS

Takeisha Lewis | 42
Season statistics & Notes Season splits Game-by-game stats Bio Printable player file
 
Position:  F-C
Born: 07/10/79
Height: 6-2 /  1,88
Weight: 212  lbs. / 96,2  kg.
College: Louisiana Tech '02
Career Highlights
  • Had she qualified, would have ranked first in the WNBA in free throws attempted and rebounds per 40 minutes
  • In longest action of the 2002 season, set career-highs of seven points and seven rebounds in 14 minutes vs. Phoenix on 7/19
    Up | Down

  • BACKGROUND

    2002 WNBA SEASON:
    Averaged 1.3 ppg, 1.7 rpg, 4.1 mpg in 14 games...Played a season-high 14 minutes vs. Phoenix on 7/19...Scored a career-high seven points and grabbed a career-high seven rebounds vs. Phoenix on 7/19...Missed eight games on the injured list with patellar tendinitis (6/6-11 and 6/27-7/9)...Did not play in ten games due to coach’s decision.

    COLLEGE:
    As a senior named preseason first team All-WA and preseason Naismith Player of the Year candidate...Participated in the WNBA Pre-Draft Camp in Chicago, Ill., April 12-13...Averaged 6.4 points and 4.8 rebounds a contest...Recorded double digits in scoring six times and double digits in rebounding twice...Scored a season-high 15 points in win over Boise State on Feb. 2...Recorded one double-double this year and ended her career with 23... Became only the 31st player in Tech history to join the 1,000-point club (1,035)...Finished career with 799 rebounds...As a junior, named to the 10-member All-Sun Belt Conference team...Named to the NCAA Tournament East Region All-Tournament team...Voted to the Louisiana Sports Writers Association All-Louisiana first team...Received the team’s Rebounding Award...Named Louisiana Sports Writers Association Player of the Week Jan. 15, 2001...Averaged 11.4 points and a team-high 9.0 rebounds...Ranked second on the team with 33 blocked shots...Ranked No. 13 in the Sun Belt in scoring, No. 3 in rebounding and No. 11 in blocks...Recorded 13 double-doubles on the season...Scored in double- figures 23 times and grabbed 10 or more rebounds 17 times...Led the team in scoring six times and in rebounding 20 times...Had a streak of 38 consecutive starts dating back to March 25, 2000...As a sophomore, averaged 8.5 points which ranked fifth on the team...Shot a team-high 61 percent from the field... Second on the team with 37 blocks...Scored a career-high 21 points against Arkansas-Little Rock Feb. 17, 2000...Led Tech in scoring in two games...Grabbed 228 rebounds, including 108 offensive boards, both ranking second on the team...Grabbed a career-high 16 rebounds against Arkansas-Little Rock in the Feb. 17 game...Led Tech with nine double-doubles, including 12 points and 10 rebounds against Old Dominion in the Regional Semifinals...Scored in double figures 17 times during the season...Grabbed 10 or more rebounds 12 times during the year...As a freshman, scored in double-figures five times as a freshman...Grabbed five or more rebounds 10 times.


    PERSONAL

  • Majored in health and physical education
  • Nickname is Keisha or Ke-Ke
  • Daughter of Stacey Lewis
  • Has two brothers, Darryl and Marcus, and two sisters Shaquaila and Tearra
  • Born on July 10, 1979 in Shreveport, La.
  • Changed her jersey number from 41 to 42 prior to the 2003 season
  • Wears number 42 in honor of her father
  • Dunked twice in high school and has done so prior to WNBA games



  • Copyright WNBA Enterprises, LLC. | Turner Sports Interactive, All rights reserved. No portion of WNBA.com may be duplicated, redistributed or manipulated in any form. By accessing any information beyond this page, you agree to abide by the WNBA.com Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights and Terms of Use.
    WNBA.com is part of Turner - SI Digital, part of the Turner Sports & Entertainment Digital Network.
    Advertise on NBA.com | Career Opportunities | Help
    NBA D-LEAGUE WNBA FANTASY GAMES NBA TV STORE TICKETS HELP