◊ Named to the SEC's All-Freshman team in balloting of league coaches, Georgia's league-leading 29th honoree since the award's inception in 1987.
◊ Recorded five double-digit scoring performances and one double-figure rebounding effort.
◊ Early in the season, supplied the most energy off the Lady Bulldogs' bench...a trait she displayed on both ends of the floor.
◊ Secured her first career start against Northeastern at the UNLV Lady Rebel Round-up, becoming one of 69 Lady Bulldog freshmen to start for Andy Landers during his 33 seasons in Athens.
◊ Exploded for team- and career-best tallies of 18 points and seven rebounds against Northeastern in her initial start.
◊ Posted her second straight double-digit outing with 10 points against S.C. State.
◊ Provided excellent on-ball defense and recorded her third double-digit scoring night against Appalachian State. Scored four of the Lady Bulldogs' first six points against the Mountaineers.
◊ Grabbed a career-best 10 rebounds en route to her first career double-double versus Furman.
◊ Made an immediate impact when entering the SEC opener against Arkansas. Scored five of the first eight points in a 21-4 run that turned a 16-7 deficit into a 28-20 lead.
◊ Named SEC Freshman of the Week on Jan. 2 after averaging 9.5 points and 6.0 rebounds in Lady Bulldog victories over Furman and Arkansas.
◊ All told, nine different Georgia freshmen - including teammates Krista Donald, Jasmine Hassell, Jasmine James and Khaalidah Miller - have combined to earn SEC Freshman of the Week honors 20 times since the award's inception in 2006.
◊ Played the final 33:58 at Mississippi State after Jasmine James injured her right knee. Scored eight second-half points, collected a team-high three steals and played stellar on-ball defense.
◊ Scored a team-high 17 points and equaled what was then her career high for MP in her initial SEC start against No. 6 Kentucky.
◊ Coached by Eric Herrick at Chattahoochee High School.
◊ Rated as the nation's No. 55 overall prospect and the No. 8 guard by the All-Star Girls Report.
◊ Tabbed second-team All-State for Class AAAAA as a sophomore and earned honorable mention recognition as a junior.
◊ Selected to play in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association's North-South All-Star game and scored a team-high 14 points for the North in an 85-75 loss.
◊ Verbally committed to Georgia during her sophomore year at Chattahoochee.
◊ A four-year starter but missed the vast majority of her senior season due to a stress fracture in her left leg.
◊ Scored 18 points in her senior season opener before being diagnosed with a stress fracture.
◊ Out of action for the remainder of the regular season but did return for the final two games of the Region 7AAAA Tournament (Chattahoochee moved from AAAAA to AAAA prior to Ford's senior year).
◊ Initially cleared to play two minutes per quarter in the region tourney and scored 23 points those two games to break Chattahoochee's all-time career scoring record.
◊ Scored 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds in Chattahoochee's first-round state tournament win over Chapel Hill.
◊ As a sophomore, averaged 24 points, eight rebounds and three assists per game en route to earning Region Player of the Year.
◊ Topped 1,000 career points during her sophomore season, reaching the milestone in just 52 games.
◊ Helped Chattahoochee's volleyball team to a runner-up finish in the Class AAAAA state tournament in 2010.
◊ The driving force behind a dramatic turnaround at Chattahoochee. After winning five games in 2006-07, the Cougars won the Region 7AAAAA title and advanced to the "Sweet 16" round of the state tournament during Ford's freshman season.
◊ Born December 3, 1992, Erika is the daughter of Marilyn Ford.
◊ Major: Recreation and Leisure Studies.