◊ Missed her senior campaign due to recurring issues with previous PCL injury.
◊ Saw action in only one game - at Mercer - due to left knee and right ankle issues.
◊ Missed the first eight games of the campaign due to a posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury to her left knee suffered during the preseason.
◊ Began to work her way back into the rotation in late November...dressed out for the first time in Las Vegas at the UNLV Lady Rebel Round-up after Thanksgiving.
◊ Saw her first action of the season at Mercer. Checked in with 2:16 left in the first half.
◊ Scored final points in an 80-43 win over the Bears, converting on a difficult catch and lay-up in transition.
◊ Sprained her right ankle in practice on Dec. 16. Traveled to the Las Vegas Holiday Hoops Classic but did not dress out for either outing.
◊ Dressed out but did not see action against Appalachian State and Furman.
◊ Knee injury flared up after Christmas and prevented her from returning to action.
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
◊ Awarded the Sportsmanship Award for all University of Georgia female student-athletes for 2010.
◊ Dallas-area native who had two homecomings during 2010 - at TCU in December and for the Dallas Regional of the NCAA Tournament.
◊ Grabbed eight rebounds in just 14 minutes of action in an exhibition win over Lander.
◊ Enjoyed a perfect shooting night from both the floor and the charity stripe in the season opener against Georgia Southern.
◊ At TCU on Dec. 22, played about 40 miles from her hometown of Cedar Hill where she was a three-sport standout (basketball, volleyball and track & field) for Cedar Hill High's Lady Longhorns.
◊ Earned her first career start for the SEC opener against South Carolina.
◊ Scored her first points in SEC action in the closing minutes against Mississippi State.
◊ Made the most of her minutes in two late-January SEC outings, averaging 3.0 points and shooting 75.0 percent from the floor in five-minute showings against Mississippi State and Alabama.
◊ Saw action in both 2011 SEC Tournament outings, including six minutes against South Carolina - her most "PT" since the SEC opener against the Gamecocks.
◊ Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
◊ Logged her first extended minutes versus Alabama State.
◊ Put together a pair of solid outings at the Lady Eagle Thanksgiving Classic, averaging 5.0 points while shooting 80.0 percent from the field and 100.0 percent from the line.
◊ Knocked down a nifty 8-foot jumper from the left baseline to beat the shot clock buzzer in the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi game.
◊ Connected on 77.8 percent of her field goal attempts from the Texas A&M-Corpus Christi game through the Virginia contest.
◊ Logged her first SEC minutes against Florida in Athens.
◊ Coached by Andrea Robinson at Cedar Hill High.
◊ Tabbed the District 7AAAAA Defensive Player of the Year as a senior.
◊ As a senior, averaged 13.0 points, 12.0 rebounds, 3.0 blocks and 1.5 steals while helping Cedar Hill compile an impressive 26-7 record.
◊ Named the District 7AAAAA Newcomer of the Year as a junior, her first season playing varsity basketball.
◊ Led Cedar Hill's volleyball team to a 24-14 record as a senior, including a 13-1 mark en route to winning the District 7AAAAA title.
◊ Selected as the District 7AAAAA Most Valuable Player in volleyball as a senior.
◊ Named to 2008 All-VYPE Magazine first-team squad, an all-class all-star team chosen by that publication.
◊ Played outside hitter in volleyball and was recruited by major Division I schools to play that sport as well.
◊ Recorded a personal best of 56.93 in the 400-meter dash during her junior season.
◊ Ran the leadoff leg for 1600-meter relay team that finished eighth at 2008 state shampionships.
◊ Qualified for Regionals in the 400-meter dash, as well as the 400- and 1600-meter relays as a senior.
◊ Born January 30, 1991, Ebony is the daughter of Micheaux Briley and James Cooper.
◊ Major: (Management.
◊ Recipient of the Vincent J. and Barbara Dooley Scholarship for 2009-10.
◊ Recipient of the Dr. Archie Sime and Betty Johnson Rushton Family Scholarship for 2011-12 and for 2012-13.