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Probably affected more by the Lady Bulldogs' loss of a quartet of post players than anyone else on the roster.
Reported to campus expecting to play primarily on the wing this season but that changed when Rebecca Rowsey tore the ACL in her right knee just two days after pre-season workouts began (Aug. 28).
Knew then she'd probably see a good bit of time at power forward - the position she eventually played last season - but her minutes inside grew even greater when the Lady Dogs also lost Ebony Felder, Reicina Russell and Angel Robinson for the year.
Among SEC leaders, ranked No. 21 in scoring, No. 9 in minutes played and No. 10 in three-pointers per game.
Rebounding quite nicely from a disappointing opener when she fouled out with 8:20 against Baylor to reach double digits in the next eight games.
Reached double figures in the first halves of dates with TCU, UCLA, LMU and MTSU.
Poured in a career-high 24 points while logging all 40 minutes of action at MTSU and followed that with a team-high 16 points versus Georgia Tech.
Knocked down six three-pointers - one shy of the Lady Bulldog single-game record - in just 25 minutes of action in the SEC opener at Ole Miss before fouling out.
Began at guard before settling in primarily at the `4' for the majority of conference and post-season play.
Along with Tasha Humphrey, became the 17th and 18th Lady Dogs named to the coaches' Freshman All-SEC team during the last 18 years.
Had impressive outings in two exhibition wins, averaging 13.5 points. Scored 16 points in just 22 minutes against the Miami Suns and followed that with 11 against EA Sports.
Received her first career start at Georgia Tech, becoming the 56th freshman to do so for UGA during Andy Landers' 26 seasons in Athens.
Perhaps best overall outing was against Auburn. Included in solid linescore she tied what was then her career-high with 28 MP and grabbed a career-best with eight boards.
After reaching double-digits once in the first 16 games of the season did so thrice in her next four outings.
Improved her career-high for minutes twice in three games with 33 at Tennessee and then 34 versus Kentucky at home.
After playing `4' exclusively for a month, saw time at wing against South Carolina and hit four threes in the final 6:25 of the first half to help grow a five-point lead to 12.
Scored all 11 of her points at Florida in the second half, including six unanswered in the first 2:05 of the period to give Georgia a lead it would never relinquish.
Made quite a splash with 14 points against Ole Miss in the quarterfinals of the SEC Tournament, her highest output against a league foe during the season.
Injured her right wrist in practice on Saturday, March 12, and practiced on an extremely limited basis in the week leading up to the 2005 NCAA Tournament opener.
Showed little if any ill effects from the sore wrist against Rice in the NCAA's first round, scoring seven in 20 minutes of court time.
Coached by Paula Jones at East Coweta High.
A four-year starter at East Coweta who completed her career with 1,637 points and had her jersey retired.
Rated as the No. 36 prospect in the nation by the All-Star Girls Basketball Report.
Selected to play in the Adidas/EA Sports Superstar weekend where she scored 12 points for the "T-Mac Superstars" in a 100-95 victory over the "KG Superstars."
Named the South team's Most Valuable Player at the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association (GACA) All-Star game after scoring a game-high 18 points and also grabbing nine rebounds and rejecting three shots.
Tabbed the 2004 Fayette County Player of the Year by the Newnan Times-Herald.
As a senior, averaged 25.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists and 3.0 steals while leading the Lady Indians to a 21-9 record and their second-straight trip to the quarterfinals of the AAAAA State Tourney.
Led East Coweta in scoring in 28 of 30 games during 2003-04, scoring 30 or more seven times.
Poured in a school-record 38 points against Newnan on Dec. 3, 2003, and became East Coweta's all-time leading scorer midway through her senior season during a Jan. 10, 2004 victory over Lovejoy.
As a junior, averaged 21.5 points and 11.0 rebounds while leading East Coweta to an 18-12 record and the quarterfinals of the State Tournament.
Also a standout volleyball player who was named Region 4-AAAAA Player of the Year as a junior.
Born Dec. 6, 1985, the daughter of Tommy and Becky Darrah.
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