The UK women's basketball falls to UConn in the regional finals.
General Very strong and tenacious post player ... Saw action in 22 of UK's 26 games in her first season as a Wildcat ... Transferred to Kentucky after one season at Chipola Junior College, where she led the team in scoring (11.8 ppg) and was second on the squad in rebounds (8.3 rpg) and steals (2.0 spg) ... Chose UK over Syracuse ... Majoring in social work ... Was high school teammates with current Wildcat, Jennifer O'Neill at now defunct St. Michael Academy in New York City.
2012-13 (Sophomore) Appeared in 22 of UK's 36 games ... Despite averaging just 1.7 points, 0.9 rebounds and 4.0 minutes per game prior to the NCAA Tournament, she became a key post player off the bench for the Wildcats ... Saw action in all four tournament games, averaging 2.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and 13.8 minutes per game ... Played a career-high 20 minutes in UK's Sweet 16 victory over Delaware ... Grabbed a personal-best four rebounds and played terrific defense against the Blue Hens' All-American Elena Delle Donne ... Saw 55 minutes of action in three NCAA Tournament games after playing a total of 72 minutes throughout the entire regular season ... Scored five points and knocked down a triple in the Elite Eight game vs. top-seeded UConn ... Scored four points and grabbed three rebounds in the Wildcats' second round NCAA Tournament vicory over Dayton (3/26) ... Scored a career-high six points twice during non-conference play (USC Upstate and Alcorn State).
2011-12 (Freshman) (Chipola Junior College) Led the Lady Indians in scoring with 11.8 points per game ... Team's second-leading rebounder with 8.3 rebounds per game ... Grabbed 46 steals, ranking second on the team in steals per game with 2.0 ... Named to the 2012 Women's Basketball Coaches' All-Panhandle Conference First Team.
High School Spent her prep career at now defunct St. Michael Academy in New York City, N.Y., where she was teammates with current Wildcat Jennifer O'Neill ... Led St. Michael Academy to a Class AA state championship title and a 24-3 overall record in her junior season ... In the spring of 2009, she competed with her club team, Exodus, in Russia, where the team played a pair of matches against the U-17 Russian national team ... Rated as one of the nation's top 100 high school players by Blue Star Basketball, All-Star Girls Report and Collegiate Girl's Basketball Report.
The Cats' Cause Volunteered to pack and deliver food for God's Pantry BackPack program ... Southern Hills 5K celebrity race starter ... Volunteered to pack bags for the Joplin, Mo., tornado victims ... Serves as a mentor at a Day Treatment Center for children.