Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Rennes, France
High School: Rennes Club


 2000-2001: Sat out the season with a torn ACL…

1999-2000: For the second consecutive season, led the team in scoring and rebounding, collecting 17.8 points and 8.9 boards per outing...Played in 26 games...Finished in the top ten of four different offensive categories in the CAA...Led the conference in scoring (17.8), rebounding (8.9), and field goal percentage (60.7%)...Finished sixth in the nation in field goal percentage, marking the second straight top ten finish in the nation...Finished 55th in the nation in scoring...CAA Player of the Year...All-CAA...VaSID Virginia Player of the Year...Richmond Times Dispatch Virginia Player of the Year...Kodak District III All-American...Recipient of the 1999 John and Mary Alice Peterson Endowed Scholarship in honor of the 1985 NCAA championship... Performed the double double 10 different times...Bested her career high with 31 points against Memphis (12-3-99)...Pulled down a new career high 17 rebounds against William and Mary (1-28-00)...

1998-99: Led the team in scoring during her first season with the team, netting 14.2 points per game...Led the team in rebounding with 7.9 boards per game...Played in 31 games and started 26...Finished in the top ten of five different offensive categories in the CAA...Was fifth in scoring (14.2), first in field goal percentage (61.4%), third in rebounding (7.9), tenth in blocked shots (.71), and tenth in steals (1.94)...Finished 11th in the nation for field goal percentage...CAA co-Player of the Year, along with former teammate Mery Andrade...CAA Rookie of the Year...All-CAA...Performed the double double 11 different times...Netted a career high 26 points against both William and Mary (1-26-99) and East Carolina (2-7-99)...Pulled down a career high 14 rebounds against both Connecticut (2-13-99) and Richmond (2-21-99)...

National and club team: Member of the French national team...Averaged 13.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, four blocks and two steals in just over 24 minutes per contest in her last season with the Rennes Club...Led her club team in every statistical category...One of the leading players of the club circuit in France...Led the French club league in rebounding in her last year...Attended Rennes University in France...

Personal: Born Lucienne Claudine Berthieu on March 31, 1978...Daughter of Marie Colette and Phillippe Berthieu...Has three sisters, Regine (27), Ruth (26), and Ambre (13), and a brother Jean-Jacques (25)...Lists former Lady Monarch Clarisse Machanguana as one of the most impressive people she's ever met...Majoring in communications.

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