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Angel McCoughtry's Bio

About Angel McCoughtry

 

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SOCIAL MEDIA

Twitter @angel_35
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WNBA TRANSACTIONS

April 9, 2009 Selected by the Atlanta Dream in the first round (No. 1 overall) in the 2009 WNBA Draft
Feb. 10, 2020 Signed by the Las Vegas Aces as an unrestricted free agent.

 

WNBA REGULAR SEASON CAREER

Career Highlights

  • WNBA Peak Performer Award for winning league scoring titles (2012, 2013)
  • Six-time All-WNBA selection (First Team—2011, 2015; Second Team—2010, 2013, 2014, 2016)
  • Five-time WNBA All-Star (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018)
  • Seven-time WNBA All-Defensive Team honoree (First Team—2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016; Second Team—2009)
  • Participated in 2010 “WNBA vs. USA Basketball: The Stars at the Sun” game
  • 2009 WNBA Rookie of the Year
  • Holds WNBA Finals scoring record (38 points set in 2011) and WNBA playoffs scoring record (42 points set in 2010)
  • Heading into 2021, ranks 16th in the WNBA in career made field goals, 13th in field goal attempts, 15th in two-point field goals made, 9th in two point field goal attempts, 3rd in made free throws, 4th in free throw attempts, 8th in steals, 16th in points, 6th in points per game, and 2nd in steals per game,
  • Per Basketball-Reference.com, heading into the 2021 season, has the top 3, 4 of the top 6, 5 of the top 12, and six of the top 19 single-season usage percentages in WNBA history
  • Per Basketball-Reference.com, heading into the 2021 season, ranks first in WNBA history in usage percentage (31.7%)

2020 (Las Vegas)

  • Established career highs in field goal percentage, three-point field goal percentage and free throw percentage
  • Scored in double figures on 18 occasions, and 20 or more points 5 times
  • Scored a season-high 25 points vs. Chicago on July 26
  • Recorded 1 point-rebound double-double (13 points, season-high 14 rebounds vs. Seattle on August 22)
  • Led or tied for the team lead in scoring 5 times, in rebounding 2 times and in assists 3 times
  • Handed out a season-high 6 assists at Minnesota on September 10
  • Recorded a season-high 4 steals at Atlanta on September 5

2019 (Atlanta)

  • Missed almost the entire season rehabbing a knee injury suffered late in the 2018 season
  • Started and played the first 3 seconds of the final game of the season vs. New York on September 8

2018 (Atlanta)

  • Named to the WNBA All-Star Team
  • Scored a career-high 39 points, making 19 of 22 shots from the free-throw line, while grabbing a season-high 14 rebounds, handing out 4 assists, and picking up 3 steals at New York on June 19
  • Handed out a season-high 7 assists vs. Indiana on July 13
  • Scored in double figures in 26 of her 29 games
  • Posted three point-rebound double-doubles
  • Recorded a season-high 3 steals on 6 occasions
  • Suffered a season-ending knee injury vs. Las Vegas on August 7
  • Blocked a season-high 3 shots vs. Las Vegas on August 7

2017 (Atlanta)

  • Sat out the season to rest

2016 (Atlanta)

  • Scored in double-figures in 29 of 33 games, 20 or more points 17 times, and 30 or more points 3 times, including a season-high 32 points on 2 occasions—vs. Seattle on September 4, 2016 and at Los Angeles on September 8
  • Grabbed a season-high 11 rebounds at Los Angeles on September 8
  • Came within 1 assist of recording a triple-double with 21 points, 10 rebounds and a season-high 9 assists vs. Dallas on July 8
  • Posted three point-rebound double-doubles
  • Recorded a season-high 4 steals at Seattle on June 28
  • Blocked a season-high 3 shots at Connecticut on July 10
  • Started in both playoff games and averaged 34.8 minutes per game with 32 points

2015 (Atlanta)

  • Finished first in the WNBA in steals, second in steals per game, second in points, second in free throws, and third in scoring
  • Scored in double-figures in 33 of 34 games, including 17 games of 20 or more points, and 5 games with 30 or more points.
  • Posted 2 points-rebound double-doubles—33 points and a season-high 11 rebounds vs. vs. Chicago on August 29 and a season-high 34 points and 10 rebounds at Chicago vs. on June 24
  • Handed out a season-high 6 assists on 4 occasions
  • Picked up a season-high 6 steals on August 14 vs. Minnesota
  • Only player to be named to the All-WNBA First Team and WNBA All-Defensive First Team
  • Second fastest WNBA player to score 4,000 points (206 games)

2014 (Atlanta)

  • Finished third in MVP voting
  • Second-Team All-WNBA Selection
  • Named to the WNBA All-Defensive First Team
  • Starter for the WNBA All-Star Game
  • Twice named Eastern Conference Player of the Week (June 23, July 14)
  • Nominated for an ESPY for Best WNBA Player
  • Won her second career steals title
  • Ranked fourth in the league in scoring, 16th in assists, and 20th in rebounds
  • Scored in double figures in 29 of 31 games, 20 or more points 14 times, and 30 or more points 2 times
  • Scored a season-high 33 points on 2 occasions—vs. Chicago on July  13 and at New York on June 22
  • Grabbed a season-high 6 steals on 2 occasions
  • Narrowly missed a triple-double with 20 points, 9 rebounds and a season-high 9 assists at New York on July 16
  • Recorded 2 point-rebound double-doubles—33 points and a season-high 10 rebounds vs. Chicago on July  13 and at New York on June 22

2013 (Atlanta)

  • Won her second straight league scoring title, averaging 21.5 points per game to claim the WNBA Peak Performer Award
  • Finished second in the WNBA in steals, sixth in assists, and 22nd in rebounding
  • Named to the All-WNBA Second Team
  • Earned WNBA All-Defensive First Team honors
  • Selected as WNBA All-Star Game starter for the second time
  • Eastern Conference Player of the Month for June
  • Four-time Eastern Conference Player of the Week (June 2, June 16, June 23, and September 8)
  • Scored in double figures in 32 of 33 games, 20 or more points 19 times, and 30 or more points 6 times, including a season-high 34 at Connecticut on June 23
  • Scored at least 15 points in 32 straight games to start the season before scoring 6 in just 7 minutes in the regular-season finale
  • Posted 1 point-rebound double-double with 23 points and a season-high 10 rebounds at Connecticut on September 11
  • Handed out a season-high 10 assists vs. New York on June 7, adding 15 points for a point-assist double-double

 

  • Recorded a season-high 7 steals vs. Indiana on June 25
  • Blocked a season-high 4 shots vs. Chicago on June 16
  • Scored her 3,000th career point on September 6 at New York, becoming the third youngest player in WNBA history to reach that milestone while doing it in 154 games, which is the third fewest in league history

2012 (Atlanta)

  • Earned a WNBA Peak Performer Award for winning her first league scoring title
  • Led the WNBA in steals, while ranking 21st in assists, 23rd in rebounding and 5th in blocked shots
  • Became just the second player in league history to lead the league in scoring and steals in a season, joining Sheryl Swoopes (2000)
  • Named WNBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week on July 1
  • Scored in double figures in 23 of 24 games, 20 or more points 18 times, and 30 or more points 3 times
  • Scored a season-high 33 points vs. Chicago on June 2
  • Recorded a 21-point, 14-rebound double-double and added a season-high 7 steals at New York on June 5, and a
  • Handed out a season-high 8 assists at Washington on September 14
  • Blocked a season-high 3 shots at Indiana on May 19
  • Set a WNBA record for free throws made in a game without a miss, sinking 17-of-17 June 2 vs. Chicago

2011 (Atlanta)

  • Finished second in the WNBA in scoring
  • Named to the Eastern Conference WNBA All-Star
  • Named an All-WNBA First Team selection
  • Named a WNBA All-Defensive First team selection
  • Scored in double figures in 31 of 34 regular season games, 20 or more points on 18 occasions, and 30 or more points 6 times, including a season-high 37 at Tulsa on July 26
  • Recorded 2 point-rebound double-doubles—26 points and a season-high 12 rebounds vs. Connecticut on August 19, and 22 points and 11 rebounds vs. Los Angeles on July 28
  • Handed out a season-high 7 assists vs. Los Angeles on July 28
  • Picked up a season-high 5 steals vs. Indiana on July  19
  • Blocked a season-high 3 shots on 4 occasions
  • Set WNBA Finals record with 38 points in Game 2 against the Minnesota Lynx on October 5, breaking the record she previously held (35 points in 2010 WNBA Finals)

2010 (Atlanta)

  • Earned 2010 WNBA All-Defensive First Team honors and finished second in Defensive Player of the Year voting
  • Finished sixth in MVP voting
  • Participated in “WNBA vs. USA Basketball: The Stars at the Sun” game
  • Ranked third in the league in scoring and steals
  • Scored in double figures in all 34 regular season games, 20 or more points on 21 occasions, and 30 or more points 5 times, including a season-high 32 on 3 occasions
  • Recorded 4 point-rebound double-doubles, and grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds on 4 occasions
  • Handed out a season-high 7 assists vs Indiana on August 1
  • Picked up a season-high 5 steals on 2 occasions
  • Blocked a season-high 3 shoots at San Antonio on May 15
  • Set a WNBA record with 42 points in the Eastern Conference Finals
  • Set a WNBA Finals record with 35 points in Game 3

2009 (Atlanta)

  • Named the WNBA Rookie of the Year
  • Earned WNBA All-Defensive Second Team honors
  • Led all rookies in points and steals and ranked fifth in assists
  • Earned Rookie of the Month honors in July and August
  • Ranked 4th in WNBA in steals per game
  • Scored in double-figures in 24 out of 34 games, 20 or more points on 6 occasions, and a season-high 34 points vs. San Antonio August 20
  • Posted 1 point-rebound double-double with 19 points and a season-high 13 boards vs. Washington on September 12
  • Posted 1 point-assist double-double with 26-points and a season-high 10 assists at Sacramento on September 4
  • Picked up a season-high 7 steals vs. New York on August 1

WNBA POSTSEASON CAREER

2020 (Las Vegas)

  • Scored in double figures in 6 of 8 postseason games, and 20 or more points in 3 games, including a season playoff-high 29 at Connecticut on September 27
  • Grabbed a playoff season-high 9 rebounds vs. Seattle on October 2
  • Handed out a playoff season-high 6 assists at Connecticut on September 27
  • Picked up a playoff season-high 3 steals on 2 occasions
  • Connected on 5 of 6 on three-pointers vs. Seattle on October 2

2016 (Atlanta)

  • Her 32.0 points per game scoring average was the highest postseason scoring average in WNBA history (no minimum games)
  • Scored 20 or more points in both playoff games
  • Scored 37 points on 14 of 21 shooting, including 3 of 4 from three-point range, and handed out 7 assists in the Dream’s First Round win over Seattle on September 21
  • Her 37 points vs. Seattle on September 21 are tied for the 7th most points ever scored in a WNBA playoff game
  • Scored 27 points, making 4 of  6 shots from three-point range, grabbed 6 rebounds and handed out a playoff career-high 9 assists at Chicago on September 25

2014 (Atlanta)

  • Her 26.7 points per game scoring average is the 8th highest in WNBA postseason history (no minimum games)
  • Scored in double figures in all 3 playoff games
  • Scored 39 points on 13 of 20 shooting from the field and 13 of 14 from the free throw line at Chicago on August 24
  • Her 39 points at Chicago on August 24 are the 5th most points ever scored in a WNBA playoff game
  • Scored 24 points, grabbed a season playoff-high 6 rebounds, and handed out a season playoff-high 5 assists vs. Chicago on August 22
  • Grabbed a season playoff-high 8 rebounds vs. Chicago on August 26

2013 (Atlanta)

  • Scored in double figures in all 8 playoff games, and 20 or more points on 3 occasions, including a playoff season-high 27 points at Indiana on September 29
  • Handed out a playoff season-high 7 assists vs. Washington on September 23
  • Grabbed a playoff season-high 5 rebounds on 3 occasions
  • Picked up a playoff season-high 3 steals in 4 straight games

2012 (Atlanta)

  • Scored in double figures in all 3 playoff games, including a playoff season-high 22 points vs. Indiana on September 30
  • Grabbed a playoff season-high 9 rebounds at Indiana on September 28
  • Handed out a playoff season-high 5 assists vs. Indiana on September 30
  • Picked up a playoff season-high 3 steals at Indiana on October 2

2011 (Atlanta)

  • Scored in double figures in all 8 playoff games, including 5 games of 20 or more points, an 2 games of 30 or more points
  • Tied the WNBA postseason record and the WNBA Finals record with 2 games of 30 or more points
  • Her 3 games in the WNBA Finals scoring 20 or more points are tied for the 2nd most in league history (Cappie Pondexter, 4, 2009)
  • Scored a playoff season-high and WNBA Finals record 38 points at Minnesota on October 5, breaking her own record set the year prior
  • Her 38 points at Minnesota on October 5 are the 6th most in a playoff game in WNBA history
  • Her 16 made free throws in the October 5 game at Minnesota are the second most in WNBA Finals history, and tied for the 4th most in WNBA playoff history
  • Grabbed a career playoff-high 10 rebounds and added 16 points for her first postseason double-double at Connecticut on September 16
  • Handed out a playoff season-high 4 assists vs. Indiana on September 25
  • Picked up a playoff season-high 4 steals on 2 occasions

2010 (Atlanta)

  • Her 26.7 points per game scoring average is the 7th highest in WNBA playoff history (no minimum games)
  • Her 6 games of 20 or more points are tied for the fifth most in a single WNBA postseason
  • Tied the WNBA postseason record with 2 games of 30 or more points
  • Became just the second WNBA player to score 40 or more points in a postseason game (Tamika Whitmore, Indiana, 2006)
  • Scored in double figures in all 7 playoff games, including 6 games of 20 or more points, and 2 games of 30 or more points, including a WNBA playoff record 42 points vs. New York on September 7
  • Her 35 points in the WNBA Finals against Seattle on September 16 were, at the time, the most scored in a WNBA Finals game.
  • Her 17 made free throws vs. New York in the Eastern Conference Finals on September 7 are the 3rd most in WNBA playoff history
  • Grabbed a playoff season-high 9 rebounds at Seattle on September 14
  • Handed out a playoff season-high 4 assists on 2 occasions
  • Picked up a playoff season-high 5 steals vs. New York on September 7

2009 (Atlanta)

  • Scored in double figures in both of her postseason games, including 21 points at Detroit on September 16
  • Grabbed a playoff season-high  8 rebounds and handed out a playoff season-high 4 assists at Detroit on September 16

ALL STAR STATISTICS

Year Team G GS Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
2011 Eastern 1
1 18
3
10
.300
0
2
.000
2
2
1.000
5
5
10
1
0
0
3 3
8
2013 Eastern 1
1 21
5
12 .417
0
3
.000
1
1
1.000
4
4
8
2
2
0
1 1
11
2014 Eastern 1
1 24
6
11
.545
0
3
.000
1
1
1.000
1
6
7
2
1
0
3 1
13
2015 Eastern 1 1 20 4 12 .333 1 2 .500 0 0 —- 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 9
2018 Team Parker
1 1 20 5 13 .385 0 1 .000 0 0 —- 3 2 5 4 0 0 2 0 10
Totals 5 5 103 23 58 .397 1 11 .091 4 4 1.000 14 18 32 10 4 1 11 7 51 10.2

ANGEL McCOUGHTRY IN THE NEWS

 

 

 

OVERSEAS CAREER

2019-20 [Dynamo Kursk—Russia (PBL)]

  • Won the Russian Cup

2019-20 [Dynamo Kursk—Russia (EL)]

  • Finished in 5th place iin Group B
  • Playoffs were cancelled due to COVID-19 outbreak

2017-18 [Dynamo Kursk—Russia (PBL)]

  • Advanced to the PBL Finals
  • Finished in second place during the regular season
  • Won the Russian Cup

2017-18 [Dynamo Kursk—Russia (EL)]

  • Finished in first place in Group A
  • Lost to UMMC in the semifinals
  • Finished in 3rd place overall after defeating Yakin Dogu in the third place game

2016-17 [Dynamo Kursk—Russia (PBL)]

  • Won the PBL regular season championship
  • Advanced to the PBL Finals
  • Advanced to the Russian Cup Finals

2016-17 [Dynamo Kursk—Russia (EL)]

  • Finished in first place in Group A
  • Won the Euroleague Championship with a victory over Fenerbahce in the championship game

2015-16 [Mersin Buyuksehir Belediye—Turkey (D3)]

  • Advanced to the league semifinals

2014-15 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (TKBL)]

  • Advanced to the TKBL semifinals
  • Team won Turkish President Cup

2014-15 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (EL)]

  • Finished in fourth place

2013-14 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (TKBL)]

  • Advanced to the TKBL finals
  • Team finished in second place during the regular season
  • Team played in the Turkish Cup Finals
  • Team won Turkish President Cup

2013-14 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (EL)]

  • Finished as the Euroleague runner up, falling to Galatasaray

2012-13 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (TKBL)]

  • Won TKBL Championship
  • Team finished in first place during the regular season
  • Team played in the Turkish Cup Finals
  • Team won Turkish President Cup

2012-13 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (EL)]

  • Finished as the Euroleague runner up, falling to UMMC

2011-12 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (TKBL)]

  • Won TKBL Championship
  • Team finished in first place during the regular season
  • Team played in the Turkish Cup Finals
  • Team played in the Turkish President Cup Finals

2011-12 [Fenerbahce—Turkey (EL)]

  • Finished in first place in Group B in the First Round
  • Finished in fourth place overall, losing to UMMC in the third place game

2010-11 [MKB-Euroleasing Sopron—Hungary (A Div)]

  • Won Hungarian League Championship
  • Won Hungarian Cup
  • Finished second during the regular season

2009-10 [Good Angels Kosice—Slovakia (Slov-2)]

  • Won Slovakian Extraliga Championship
  • Won Slovakian Cup
  • Won regular season championship

2009-10 [Good Angels Kosice—Slovakia (EL)]

  • Finished in second place in Group C in the First Round
  • Lost to UMMC, 2-0, in the quarterfinals

OVERSEAS STATISTICS

Year Team League G Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
2009-10 Good Angels Kosice Slov-2                                        
2009-10 Good Angels Kosice EL 12 392 81 173 .468 4 18 .468 54 76 .711 38 55 93 29 40 4 34 228 19.0
2010-11 MKB Euroleasing A-Div 8 249 67 133 .504 5 13 .385 37 48 .771 22 34 56 10 18 3 32 20 176 22.0
2010-11 MKB Euroleasing EL 7 156 37 69 .536 4 13 .308 8 15 .533 7 32 39 14 19 10 17 13 86 12.3
2011-12 Fenerbahce KBSL 28 795 204 382 .534 7 25 .280 156 193 .808 61 118 179 65 70 11 73 70 571 20.4
2011-12 Fenerbahce EL 18 551 129 223 .578 2 15 .133 61 94 .649 29 74 103 49 32 4 45 47 321 17.8
2012-13 Fenerbahce KBSL 31 760 188 371 .507 10 39 .256 100 127 .787 62 124 186 81 71 16 71 65 486 15.7
2012-13 Fenerbahce EL 19 505 113 238 .475 7 23 .304 57 80 .713 49 105 154 36 44 10 49 44 290 15,3
2013-14 Fenerbahce KBSL 32 829 176 367 .480 19 56 .339 103 134 .769 77 141 218 74 80 10 70 93 474 14.8
2013-14 Fenerbahce EL 19 502 106 198 .535 5 19 .263 56 63 .889 48 70 118 30 55 8 51 49 273 14.4
2014-15 Fenerbahce KBSL 12 328 78 144 .542 4 21 .190 71 82 .866 33 39 72 30 31 2 30 35 231 19.3
2014-15 Fenerbahce EL 12 310 66 133 .496 6 25 .240 46 53 .868 26 47 73 18 22 4 28 28 184 15.3
2015-16 Mersin BSB D3 29 931 249 500 .498 41 108 .380 178 204 .873 64 148 212 99 70 9 93 78 717 24.7
2016-17 Dynamo K PBL 24 528 109 212 .514 17 45 .378 61 81 .753 31 65 96 72 60 10 58 58 296 12.3
2016-17 Dynamo K EL 18 529 116 227 .511 23 54 .426 56 71 .789 23 74 97 61 40 13 43 40 311 17.3
2017-18 Dynamo K PBL 22 420 85 183 .464 11 36 .239 59 74 .797 15 51 66 55 35 11 26 46 240 10.9
2017-18 Dynamo K EL 18 455 94 214 .439 13 46 .283 52 70 .743 23 67 90 26 31 9 32 43 253 14.1
2019-20 Dynamo K PBL 6 73 17 36 .472 1 6 .167 11 12 .917 4 4 8 9 2 1 4 11 46 7.7
2019-20 Dynamo K EL 6 109 28 58 .483 4 9 .444 11 12 .917 4 11 15 4 11 1 11 12 71 11.8
Hungarian League (ADiv) 8 249 67 133 .504 5 13 .385 37 48 .771 22 34 56 10 18 3 32 20 176 22.0
Turkish League (KBSL) 103 2712 646 1264 .511 40 141 .284 430 536 .802 233 422 655 250 252 39 244 263 1762 17.1
Turkish League (D3) 29 931 249 500 .498 41 108 .380 178 204 .873 64 148 212 99 70 9 93 78 717 24.7
EuroLeague (EL) 129 3509 770 1533 .502 68 222 .306 401 534 .751 247 535 782 267 294 63 276 310 2017 15.6
Russian League (PBL) 52 1021 211 431 .490 29 87 .333 131 167 .784 50 120 170 136 97 22 88 115 582 11.2
Totals
321 8422 1943 3861 .503 183 571 .320 1177 1489 .790 616 1259 1875 762 731 136 733 786 5254 16.4

 

USA BASKETBALL

  • Is 58-1 as a member of USA Basketball Teams
  • Won gold medals at the 2012 & 2016 Olympics, 2010 & 2014 FIBA World Cups, and 2007 Pan American Games.
  • During its 2015 European Tour, she averaged a team-high 14.0 points per game. in helping the USA to a 4-0 record
  • Averaged a USA second-best 10.9 points per game at the 2012 Olympics, and a tournament second-best 2.5 steals per game, while leading all competitors in the 12-team field in field goal percentage (.620, 31-50 FGs)
  • Set U.S. Olympic single-game records in 2012 for field goal percentage after going a perfect 8-of-8 against China, and for most field goals made with 10 versus Turkey.
  • Posted a team-high 24 steals (2.67 spg.) at the 2010 FIBA World Championship, which ranked second among the 16-team field, while playing fewer than 19 minutes a game

USA BASKETBALL STATISTICS

Year Team G GS Min FG FGA FG% 3G 3GA 3G% FT FTA FT% OR DR REB A S B TO PF PTS Avg
2007 PAG 5 0 25 50 .500 7 10 .700 6 9 .667 28 4 6 2 63 12.6
2009 WNT 3 3 30 43 .635 3 6 .333 4 7 .571 22 8 6 4 46 15.3
2010 WNT 1 0 4 8 .500 2 2 1.000 1 2 .500 1 3 3 0 11 11.0
2010 WC 9 0 41 75 .547 2 12 .167 18 25 .720 32 9 24 3 102 11.3
2012 OlyX 5 0 11 27 .407 1 5 .200 8 13 .615 17 11 19 3 31 6.2
2012 Oly 8 0 31 50 .620 1 5 .200 24 31 .774 19 5 20 14 87 10.9
2014 WCX 5 2 13 27 .481 0 2 .000 5 7 .714 19 7 11 3 31 6.2
2014
WC 6 0 16 32 .500 2 4 .500 5 8 .625 13 7 5 1 39 6.5
2015
WNT 4 3 21 38 .553 3 7 .429 11 12 .917 15 8 8 1 56 14.0
2016
OlyX 4 0 14 26 .538 1 4 .250 9 11 .818 18 7 5 0 38 9.5
2016
Oly 8 0 31 51 .608 2 7 .286 11 14 .786 29 14 6 1 75 9.4
2020 WNT 1 1 21 3 5 .600 0 1 .000 5 6 .833 3 2 1 0 11 11.0
Totals 59 9 230 421 .546 23 65 .354 107 145 .738 216 85 114 32 590 10.0

 

COLLEGE

Career (Louisville, 2005-09)

  • First female athlete in University of Louisville history to have her jersey retired (2010)
  • Finished as the school’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder
  • During her career at Louisville, attendance more than quadrupled (1,774 to 7,111)

Senior (Louisville, 2008-09)

  • Team appeared in the NCAA Championship Game falling to UConn, 76-54
  • Scored 23 points in the NCAA title game
  • Led the NCAA in steals per game
  • Named an All-American
  • Named to the All-Big East First Team
  • Led the Big East in scoring, rebounding and steals
  • Named Big East Defensive Player of the Year
  • Broke her own school record for points in a season
  • Scored in double figures in 37 of 39 games, 20 or more points 26 times, 30 or more points on 8 occasions, and a career-high 43 points at Providence on January 31
  • Grabbed 10 or more rebounds on 17 occasions, including a career-high 20 vs Syracuse on February 3
  • Recorded 17 point-rebound double-doubles
  • Handed out a season-high 5 assists on 3 occasions
  • Recorded a triple-double vs. Hartford on December 10 with 18 points, 10 rebounds and 10 steals in 26 minutes
  • Blocked a season-high 5 shots vs. Seton Hall on January  6

Junior (Louisville, 2007-08)

  • Named an All-American by WBCA/State Farm, USBWA (1st), AP (2nd), ESPN.com (2nd), CBSSportsline.com (2nd), SportsPageMagazine (1st), and Full Court Press
  • Named to the All-Big East First Team
  • Named to the Big East All-Tournament Team
  • Named to the Wade Trophy Watch List
  • Named to the Wooden Award Watch List
  • Named to the Naismith Trophy Watch List
  • Ranked 4th in the nation in scoring and 2nd in steals
  • Led the Big East in scoring, rebounding and steals
  • Set what was then the school record for points in a season breaking her own record set the year prior
  • Tied the program scoring record with 41 points against DePaul
  • Named to the All-Region Team for the New Orleans Region
  • Set the program record for steals in a single season, surpassing her own previous record
  • Recorded her first career triple double with 21 points, 10 steals and 11 rebounds vs. Xavier on December 9
  • Named Big Eats Player of the Week on December 10 and January 28
  • Tied the school record with 10 steals vs. Xavier on December 9 and at Chattanooga on November 24
  • Scored 10 or more points in 35 of 36 games, 20 or more points 28 times, and 30 or more points 7 times
  • Grabbed 10 or more rebounds on 16 occasions, including a season-high 15 vs. Villanova on March 3
  • Led the Big East with 15 point-rebound double-doubles and 1 point-steal double-double
  • Named WBCA Player of the Month in March

Sophomore (Louisville, 2006-07)

  • Named an All-American
  • Named Big East Player of the Year
  • Named to the All-Big East First Team
  • Led the Big East in scoring, rebounding and steals
  • Named a WBCA/Kodak All-AmericanEarned second team Associated Press All-American honors…Also named an All-American by Basketball Times, Sports Page Magazine.com, and Full Court Press…
  • Named to the Wooden All-American list
  • Scored a career-high 41 points against Eastern Illinois, breaking the school scoring record
  • Set the program single season scoring record
  • Became just the third player in school history to score 1,000 career points before the end of her sophomore season
  • Set the program record for steals in a single season with 112 steals
  • Recorded a Big East-leading 19 double-doubles on the season
  • Earned Big East Player of the Week honors on December 4, December 18, and December 27
  • Grabbed a season-high 18 rebounds against Cincinnati and Providence
  • Dished out a season-high five assists against Georgetown

Freshman (Louisville, 2005-06)

  • Named to the Big East All-Freshm
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