2014-15 Season ◊ Logged playing time in 26 games, including a trio of starts, and averaged 4.0 points and 2.5 rebounds per game. ◊ Upped those contributions to 4.6 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest in SEC play. ◊ Posted a pair of double-figure scoring outputs. ◊ Led Georgia in scoring once (10 points versus Auburn in Athens) and rebounding twice (eight at Arkansas and seven at LSU), as well as in assists twice, blocks thrice and steals twice. ◊ Came within a point of a double-digit scoring output against Georgia Southern, largely due to connecting on 5-of-6 trips to the free throw line. ◊ Made a huge impact against No. 16 Michigan State, scoring six points, grabbing a rebound and dishing out an assist in just four minutes of action. The buckets Roberts made and assisted pushed Georgia's lead from nine points to 19. ◊ Tied her career-high with 11 points at Seton Hall, equaling the mark she set twice as a freshman at Syracuse in 2012-13. ◊ Notched her first collegiate start against Missouri. ◊ Turned in a solid linescore in 11 second-half minutes at No. 5 Tennessee after Shacobia Barbee was lost to injury. Had five points and an assist in a 10-2 run that turned a seven-point deficit into a one-point lead in a span of just 2:39. ◊ Forced into emergency service at the `4' spot against Florida due to injuries and fouls. Subsequently started in that position at LSU. ◊ Saw her minutes and production increase considerably after Barbee's injury. Saw action in just three of UGA's first seven SEC games and averaged 11.3 mpg, 2.7 ppg & 1.0 rpg. In UGA's last nine SEC regular-season outings, those numbers upped to 18.3 mpg, 5.2 ppg & 3.9 rpg.
2013-14 Season ◊ Transferred to Georgia during the summer of 2013. ◊ Per NCAA regulations regarding transfers was able to practice but not play.
2012-13 Season ◊ Saw action in 16 games, including a pair of double-digit outings, as a freshman for the Orange. ◊ Averaged 3.6 points, 1.8 rebounds and 0.8 steals per game during the season. ◊ Helped Syracuse to a 24-8 record, the program's best winning percentage in the NCAA era of women's basketball, an NCAA Tournament bid and finished the season ranked No. 22 by the Associated Press. ◊ Recorded her double-digit scoring outputs in consecutive games against ACC competition. ◊ Scored 11 points, grabbed four rebounds, collected two steals and blocked a shot in just 13 minutes of action in a 75-72 overtime victory over Georgia Tech in the opening round of the San Juan Shootout. ◊ Followed that outing with another 11-point performance in a season-high 21 minutes of action versus Virginia in San Juan. ◊ Collected a season-best four rebounds in three contests - at St. Joseph's, against Georgia Tech and versus Binghamton.
High School ◊ Coached by Phyllis Arthur at McEachern High School. ◊ Scored 1,591 career points for McEachern while helping the Indians to a combined 104-20 record in her four seasons. ◊ Named to 2012 Parade Magazine's All-Amercia team and tabbed fourth-team All-America by MaxPreps. ◊ Selected as the 2012 Miss Georgia Basketball by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Atlanta Tip-off Club and the Georgia Sports Writers' Association. ◊ Named consensus first-team All-State as a senior after securing second-team and honorable mention honors from the GSWA and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, respectively, as a junior. ◊ Selected as the 2012 Marietta Daily Journal Player of the Year. ◊ As a senior, averaged 17.9 points, 10.5 rebounds, 3.8 steals, 2.4 assists and 1.7 blocks as a senior with 18 double-doubles. ◊ Led McEachern's Indians to a perfect 33-0 record and the 2012 Class 5A Georgia State Championship. ◊ McEachern finished the 2012 campaign ranked No. 2 ranking in the POWERADE FAB 50. ◊ Helped McEachern to a 25-7 finish and a runner-up showing in the Class 5A State Tourney as a junior. ◊ Scored a game-high 23 points and added seven rebounds, five assists and three steals in McEachern's victory over Mill Creek in the 2011 state semifinals. ◊ Helped Indians to a 24-6 mark and the "Sweet 16" of the 2010 State Tourney and a 22-7 record as a freshman in 2009. ◊ Also a four-year letterwinner in volleyball and soccer.
Personal ◊ Born November 3, 1994, Pachis is the daughter of Phillip and Marie Roberts. ◊ Major: Consumer Economics.