Fresno State: (2007-08) Named WAC Player of the Week on Jan. 7 ... won the George Ilg award for her academic and athletic achievements ... had a career high 21 points at Nevada on March 8 ... had a career high 15 rebounds at Utah State on Feb. 24 ... played a career-best 35 minutes at Utah State on Feb. 24 ... had a career high six steals at Cal-State Northridge on Dec. 30 ... made a career high nine free throws at Saint Mary's on Dec. 12 ... made a career-best nine field goals at Nevada on March 3 ... received the Fresno State George Ilg award for athletic, academic and community service ... .498 career field goal percentage is the eighth best mark in school history ... .541 field goal percentage was the fifth best single season mark in school history ... 88 career blocks is the fourth-best mark in school history ... led the team to the best season in school history and the programs first NCAA tournament and conference title ... scored in double figures in 12 games and had six games with 10 rebounds or more.
(2006-07) Academic All-WAC ... Fresno State Scholar-Athlete ... moved into the school's top 10 after leading the Bulldogs in blocks in 2006-07 ... finished the season tied for 8th all-time with 57 career blocks ... led Fresno State with 26 as a junior ... developed into the team's starting center, starting 8 games including 6 out of the last 7 ... played in all 31 games for the Bulldogs ... led team in rebounding four times ... averaged 6.1 points per game and 5.3 rebounds per game ... scored 11 points with five rebounds against UC Irvine on Nov. 21 ... had seven points and seven rebounds in the team's upset of No. 23 Texas Tech ... made her first career start at Pepperdine on Dec. 30, but played only seven minutes before fouling out ... rebounded for back-to-back double figure performances on the road against Idaho and Utah State, scoring 12 in each ... had her first double-figure rebounding game, leading the team with 11 rebounds against Nevada on Jan. 25 ... recorded her first double-double with 12 points and 12 rebounds against Boise State, a career high in rebounds ... set a career high in points scored with 13 against Utah State on senior day to close out the year ... averaged 9.0 ppg in the team's two-game run in the WAC Tournament ... named the team Defensive Player of the Year.
(2005-06) Academic All-WAC ... Fresno State Scholar-Athlete ... played in 31 of the team's 32 games- all of the bench ... averaged 3.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per game ... ranked second on the team with 30 blocked shots ... scored in double-figures five times ... field-goal percentage stood at 46.2-percent (43-93) ... made 28.9-percent from the field in home games compared to 61.7-percent in road games ... chipped in with seven points against UC Irvine on Nov. 18 ... at Stanford on Nov. 23, scored six points with five rebounds ... scored 11 points at Utah Valley State on Nov. 26 ... against Cal State Fullerton on Dec. 9, added 10 points and was 6-6 from the foul line ... contributed career-high 11 points off the bench in 12 minutes during win over UC Riverside on Dec. 10 ... chipped in with 10 points and five boards at Idaho on Jan. 19 ... scored 10 points on 5-6 shooting at Nevada on Feb. 16.
C.E. Byrd High School: Lettered four years in basketball and one in soccer ... ranked 177th on the All-Star Girls Report top-250 and 28th at her position ... averaged 20 points and 12 rebounds for C.E. Byrd High School during her senior season and led her team to a 33-4 overall record ... three-time first team all-district selection ... two-time all-city honoree ... two-time Adidas All-American ... averaged 25 points and 15 boards for the Northeast Texas AAU All-Star squad during four national tournaments.
Personal: Born March 10, 1986 in Little Rock, Ark. ... mother is Dessa Henry ... has one sister, Keaira ... hobbies include dancing, singing, watching TV and listening to music ... lists favorite athlete as Kevin Garnett, because "he is truly dedicated and shows leadership at all times on the court" ... lists her mother as the person she admires most.
Fresno State Career Statistics