2009-10: Became first Columbia player to be named Ivy League Women's Basketball Player of the Year ... unanimous first team All-Ivy League selection ... named honorable mention Associated Press All-American ... first team All-Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association ... named Ivy League Player of the Week six times (12/14, 1/4, 1/18, 1/25, 2/22 & 3/8) ... led nation in rebounding for second consecutive season, becoming first player in NCAA history to accomplish the feat ... totaled 398 rebounds, placing her second on the all-time single-season list at Columbia ... set school record with 72 steals in a season ... led Ivy League in scoring (18.6 ppg), rebounding (14.2 rpg), steals (2.6 spg), and minutes played (37.6 mpg) ... ranked second in the country with 21 double-doubles ... corralled 23 rebounds in game against St. Francis (N.Y.) to break school record that had stood for over 20 years ... grabbed 27 rebounds to break her own record on final day of season against Brown ... scored in double figures in 27 of 28 games ... had 30 points and 16 rebounds in road win at Wagner ... matched her career high with 30 points in home win against Cornell ... tied school record with seven steals while adding 20 points and eight rebounds on the road against Yale ... had stellar final weekend of the season, scoring 20+ points and grabbing 20+ rebounds in back-to-back games ... scored 21 points and matched it with 21 rebounds against Yale, then had school-record 27 rebounds to go along with 20 points against Brown.
2008-09: First team All-Ivy League ... regional finalist for State Farm/WBCA All-America Team ... named Ivy League Player of the Week four times (12/1, 12/29, 1/5 & 2/23) ... named to All-Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association Second Team ... led all NCAA Division I in rebounding at 14.3 per game ... became first player in Columbia history to break 400-rebound mark in single season, pulling down 401 boards ... only third player in Ivy League history to reach mark ... closed season with 23 consecutive games with double-figure rebounds ... had 26 games in double-digit boards, recording nine rebounds in the other two contests ... had 21 double-doubles, including streak of 10 straight games ... also led the team and ranked third in the league in scoring at 14.2 per game ... led Ivy League in field goal percentage at .536 ... scored 20 points and tallied 19 rebounds in victory over Wagner ... rebounding total ties for seventh all-time in Columbia single-game record books ... had 22-point, 18-rebound effort against Cal State Northridge ... went 10-for-16 from the floor to tally 20 points to go along with 18 rebounds at home against Yale ... registered 19 points and 10 rebounds against Northern Colorado ... grabbed 18 rebounds, including 11 offensive, in season finale at Penn.
2007-08: Sat out season due to NCAA transfer requirements.
At Oregon State in 2006-07: Started in all 28 games she played ... named to the Pac-10 All-Freshman team ... second on the team with 10.9 points per game ... led team with 7.7 rebounds per game ... led Pac-10 in field goal percentage (.645) and was fifth in the Pac-10 in rebounding ... tallied seven double-doubles on the season, doing so in each of her first three collegiate games ... had 14 points and nine rebounds against 22nd-ranked Cal ... 10 points and six rebounds vs. No. 10 Arizona State ... totaled 10 points and nine rebounds in a 65-59 overtime win vs. Oregon.
The Bullis School: Three-year captain ... four-time all-league selection ... earned multiple All-County/Gazette honors ... was a third team All-Met selection by the Washington Post ... two-time team MVP ... Coaches Award winner ... led team to three ISL championships ... participated in the Adidas Top 100 Invitational Camp ... four-year soccer letterwinner ... served one season as soccer team captain and was named Offensive Player of the Year ... also lettered one season in both softball and track and field.
Personal: Plans to major in psychology and become a child psychologist ... brother, Ernie, plays football at Hampton ... has four siblings ... member of the National Honor Society and High Honor Roll ... president of high school's Multicultural Student Union ... b. August 11, 1988 in Washington, D.C.
|2006-07||Played at Oregon State|
|2007-08||Did Not play Due to Transfer|