|15 Brittany Edelen
Played in 54 career games with six starts ... Averaged 3.2 points and 2.3 rebounds as a junior ... Hit a three-pointer in eight games, including a career-high three treys vs. No. 7 Tennessee in Knoxville ... Played a career-high 26 minutes while charting a career-high 14 points and career high-tying two blocks and two steals vs. IUPUI (12/30/08) ... Totaled 13 points against the Lady Vols in Knoxville (1/8/09) ... Charted 10 points off the bench and tied her career high with two steals against Miami (Ohio) (1/3/09) ... Had a career-high two blocks and one steal with four rebounds against Alabama A&M (12/19/08) ... Pulled down a career-high eight rebounds vs. Western Kentucky (12/4/08) ... Hit her first career three-pointer in the second half vs. Xavier (12/2/08) ... Earned second career start and pulled down seven rebounds vs. George Washington (11/23/08) ... Charted first career start against Cincinnati (11/ 17/08).
Played in six games ... Did not see action in the first three contests of the season due to illness ... Returned to play in the Rainbow Wahine Classic vs. Minnesota ... Scored a season-high four points in just seven minutes vs. Lipscomb.
Played in 18 games her inaugural campaign, averaging 6.7 minutes per game ... Averaged 2.3 ppg and 1.3 rpg ... Saw a career-high 15 minutes of action against intra-state rival Louisville (12/3/07) ... Had a career-high eight points in her collegiate debut against Washington State (11/10/06) ... Registered a personal-best five rebounds on two occasions.
One of the nation's top 30 recruits ... Kentucky's Miss Basketball runner-up ... Finished prep career as the all-time leading scorer at Washington County High School with 2,559 points ... Also finished with 1,752 rebounds, which ranks fourth in state history ... Averaged 23.0 points, 16.0 rebounds and 4.0 steals per game as a senior for the Commanderettes ... Named to the Kentucky all-star team, a group made of the top high-school seniors in the state ... Was named to both the 2005 All-State and 19th District All-Tournament teams as a junior after averaging 22.0 points and 13.0 rebounds per game ... Holds the school record for most points in a season with 754 in 2004-05 ... Also led WCHS to the Fifth Region Championship that season ... Voted team MVP four consecutive seasons and was elected team captain as a senior ... Chose the Wildcats over Kansas, Louisville and Western Kentucky.
The Cats' Cause
Volunteer for UK Athletics' Canned Food Drive ... Played bingo at UK Hospital ... Volunteer at a local school's Fall Festival.