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COLLEGE: 2007-08: Completed her career ranked among UGA’s leaders including No. 1 in both free throws taken and made; No. 2 in points; No. 3 in double-doubles; No. 4 in rebounds; No. 5 in both field goals taken and made; No. 6 in starts; and No. 7 in blocks….Among SEC leaders, ranked No. 4 in points, No. 3 in both rebounds and field goal pct., No. 4 in free throw pct., No. 12 in minutes and No. 14 in blocks…Named MVP of the Junkanoo Jam after averaging 16.5 points and 13.5 boards in wins over Prairie View and Southern Cal…Posted six straight doubledoubles from Nov.16-Dec. 9, the seventh-best stretch in Lady Bulldog history….Named to the FIU Fun & Sun All-Tournament team, largely due to scoring 22 – on her 22nd birthday – against Florida State on Dec. 29….Broke Katrina McClain’s UGA record for career FT makes at Auburn on Jan. 13 and then topped McClain’s career FT attempts tally at Arkansas on Feb. 7…Became UGA’s fifth 2,000-point scorer at the 15:06 mark of the first half against Alabama on Jan. 20 and the fourth with 1,000 rebounds with 30 seconds left in the first half versus Florida on Feb. 14….Named SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 25, the school-record eighth time she’s been tabbed and one shy of the SEC record. 2006-07: Among SEC leaders, finished the campaign ranked No. 5 in scoring, No. 8 in rebounding, No. 14 in field goal pct. and No. 15 in free throw pct…A seven-time SEC Player of the Week honoree, the most ever by a Lady Bulldog…After failing to reach double figures in the first four SEC games – she hit double-digits in 27 of 28 league outings as a freshman and sophomore – rebounded to average 18.8 in the last 10 conference dates…Topped the 1,500-point scoring mark during her season-high 32-point night against Ole Miss. 2005-06: Among SEC statistical leaders, ranked No. 2 in scoring, No. 3 in rebounding, No. 4 in free throw pct., No. 8 in minutes played and No. 14 in field goal pct… In stats for league games only, led the SEC in three-point pct. (.500) and also enjoyed increased production in both scoring (21.9 ppg) and rebounding (9.3 rpg)…Topped 1,000 career points at Florida, just her 52nd game at Georgia and the second-fastest pace ever by a Lady Bulldog… SEC Player of the Week for the fourth and fifth time in her career on Jan. 9 and Feb. 6 – the most ever for a Lady Dog and only the 10th player in SEC history to win five times…Underwent a microfracture and a debridement on her right knee in April 2006. 2004-05: The only player in the SEC to finish the year ranked among the league’s top-10 statistical leaders in scoring (third), rebounding (fifth), field goal percentage (third) and free throw percentage (ninth), Also was ninth in blocks…Became only the second freshman ever to be named the SEC’s Player of the Week in her collegiate debut…Became the seventh player to be a three-time SEC Player of the Week winner in a season…Named to the All-SEC Tourney team largely due to scoring a career-high 33 points in a semifinal matchup with No. 1 LSU – more than half of UGA’s 65 points in the game…Named to the NCAA’s All-Chattanooga Regional team after posting her 14th double-double – 16 points and 13 boards versus No. 7 Duke.

COLLEGIATE Honors & Awards:

  • First-team All-SEC (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
  • WBCA Kodak All-American (2006)
  • Women’s National Basketball Service All-American First Team (2006)
  • Co-National Freshman of the Year (2005)
  • SEC Freshman of the Year (2005)

  • Personal

    Born Dec. 29, 1985, the daughter of Brenda Hill.. Majored in Sports Studies…Nickname is T-Hump… Recipient of the Mike & Ruth Kooyman Women’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment in 2005-06…Recipient of the Leon & Vickie Farmer Women’s Basketball Scholarship Endowment in 2006-07 and 2007-08.

    Career Transactions

    Drafted by the Detroit Shock in the first round (No. 11 overall) of the 2008 WNBA Draft.

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