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A finalist for three National Player of the Year Awards - the Naismith Trophy, the State Farm Wade Trophy and the Wooden Award.
A unanimous first-team All-SEC pick in balloting of league coaches for a second straight year and also tabbed first-team All-SEC by the AP.
Among SEC statistical leaders, ranks No. 2 in scoring, No. 3 in rebounding, No. 2 in three-point FG pct., No. 4 in free throw pct., No. 5 in minutes played and No. 14 in FG pct.
Topped 1,000 career points at Florida...just her 52nd game and second-fastest pace ever by a Lady Bulldog.
Has reached double figures in 26 games this season and 57 of 61 as a Lady Bulldog.
12 double-doubles on the year ups her career total to 26 - that's 42.6 percent of her GPs at UGA.
Poured in a career-high 38 points to lead Georgia to victory over Santa Clara in the home opener, the most by any player in the SEC this season.
That effort equaled the 10th-best single-game tally in UGA history and was the most since Coco Miller's school-record 45 points against Charleston Southern in Dec. 1997.
Missed MTSU due to a suspension for violation of team rules.
Grabbed a career-high 16 boards at Temple, half of UGA's total that night.
Knocked down all 10 FTs against Memphis to equal the UGA record for single-game percentage from the line.
SEC Player of the Week for the fourth and fifth time in her career on Jan. 9 and Feb. 6 - the most ever for a Lady Dog and only the 10th player in SEC history to win five times.
Voted co-National Freshman of the Year (along with Candice Wiggins of Stanford) by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
Named SEC Freshman of the Year by both league coaches and media, the fifth Lady Bulldog honoree all-time.
One of only two unanimous first-team All-SEC selections in balloting of league coaches and media - LSU's Seimone Augustus being the other.
The only player in the SEC to finish the year ranked among the league's top-10 statistical leaders in scoring (third), rebounding (fifth), field goal percentage (third) and free throw percentage (ninth). Also was ninth in blocked shots.
Took all of 7:34 to reach double digits in the season opener against Furman. Finished with 25 points versus the Paladins, the third-best career-opening effort in Lady Dog annals.
Poured in a career-high 27 points - including 24 in the second half - in leading Georgia to victory over No. 2 Texas in the second game of the year.
Became only the second freshman ever to be named the SEC's Player of the Week in her collegiate debut (the other being Chamique Holdsclaw in 1995-96).
Dominated the early portion of the SEC opener versus Arkansas, scoring nine and grabbing five boards in the first 6:10 as Georgia built a 17-2 lead.
Named SEC Player of the Week on Jan. 3 and Jan. 24, becoming the first freshman ever to be honored twice in a month.
Became the seventh player to be a three-time SEC Player of the Week winner in a season.
Named to the All-SEC Tourney team largely due to scoring a career-high 33 points in a semifinal matchup with No. 1 LSU - more than half of UGA's 65 points in the game.
Poured in 26 points and hauled down 10 rebounds in the Lady Dogs' NCAA second-round win over Texas, her 13th double-double of the season.
Named to the NCAA Tourney's All-Chatta-nooga Regional team after posting her 14th double-double of the year - 16 points and 13 boards versus No. 7 Duke in the "Sweet 16".
Coached by Manson Hill at Gainesville High where she led the Lady Red Elephants to three Class AAA state titles and posted career tallies 2,663 points and 1,228 boards.
Named Miss Georgia Basketball in 2001, '03 and '04 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Also selected as the Gatorade Georgia Player of the Year in 2003 and 2004.
Tabbed to play in the WBCA and McDonald's All-America games.
Ranked as the nation's No. 1 recruit by The National Roundball Report, as well as No. 3 by the All-Star Girls Basketball Report and Full Court Press and No. 6 in the Blue Star Index.
A three-time Parade All-American, earning first-team honors as a junior and a senior after being second-team as a sophomore.
A consensus first-team All-America selection as a senior, earning such status from USA Today, Parade, Street & Smith's and SLAM.
Broke her mother's Hall County scoring record. Brenda Hill scored 1,961 points for East Hall.
The overall scoring leader at the 2003 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival where she averaged 16.6 points and led the South team to a silver medal. Scored 26 points in the gold medal game.
As a senior, averaged 21.3 points, 10.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists while leading Gainesville to a 30-3 record.
Closed her prep career with 29 points in a 61-33 win over Fannin County in the state title tilt. Scored 21 in the first half as the Lady Red Elephants took a 30-11 lead.
As a junior, averaged 21.1 points, 9.8 boards, 3.8 assists and 3.2 steals while leading the Lady Red Elephants to a 30-3 record.
As a sophomore, averaged 22.0 points and 8.0 rebounds while leading Gainesville to a 26-5 record - two of those losses came while Humphrey was out of action due to an injury - and a state runner-up finish.
As a freshman, averaged 23.0 points and 7.0 rebounds while leading Gainesville to a 28-4 record. Scored 23 in the 2001 state final - a 51-32 win over Northeast-Macon - despite receiving an IV prior to the game due to food poisoning.
Born Dec. 29, 1985, the daughter of Brenda Hill.
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