TULSA — A three-year letterwinner and starter . . . has started 71 of 85 games played . . . has played in every game during her two-year career . . . the 85 games rank sixth for career games played . . . career averages include 8.8 (748) points and 5.4 (463) rebounds per game . . . her 31 career blocked shots ranks third all-time . . . has six career double-doubles . . . ranks sixth in scoring, fourth in field goals (295) and rebounds, second in steals (151) and fourth in assists (160) among TU’s career leaders . . . is the 12th player in school history to reach the 500-point plateau.
2000-01 — Started 24 of 29 games . . . averaged 10.1 (294) points, 5.7 (165) rebounds and 2.0 (57) steals per game . . . her 38 three-point field goals are the fifth-most in a single-season by a TU player . . . recorded a career-high 33 points, 13 field goals and seven steals against UMKC . . . the 33 points are the most points ever scored in a single game by a Tulsa player, while her 13 field goals and seven steals tied the record for the most in a single game . . . earned a career-high 16 rebounds vs. SMU (2-25) . . . the 16 boards are the second-most in a single-game by a Tulsa player . . . nailed a career-best four three-pointers against TCU (2-2) and Fresno State (3-1) . . . recorded a season-high five assists vs. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi . . . recorded a double-double against SMU (2-4) with 11 points and 12 rebounds against Nevada (3-3) with 17 points and 13 boards.
1999-00 — Started all 29 games played . . . averaged 9.0 ppg (261) and 6.1 rpg (178) . . . scored a season- and career-high 20 points vs. Colorado State (1-10-00) . . . collected a career-high 12 rebounds vs. Rice (1-15-00) . . . dished out a season-high six assists vs. Northern Iowa (12-8-99) to tie her career mark . . . finished 3-of-3 from behind the three-point line against Northern Iowa . . . tied the school record for single-game blocked shots with three vs. Eastern Illinois (12-11-99) . . . recorded a career-high five steals against Oral Roberts (12-22-99) . . . finished 6-of-6 from the free-throw line against Fresno State (1-29-00) . . . her 13-point, 10-rebound performance vs. ORU was her first career double-double . . . also earned a double-double against Rice (1-15-00) with 12 points and 12 rebounds . . . scored in double figures in 14 games . . . was second on the team in rebounds and blocked shots . . . her 178 rebounds ranks 10th among TU’s single-season leaders.
1998-99 — Played in all 27 games, while starting 18 . . . averaged 7.1 points and 4.4 rebounds per game . . . her 120 boards was second on the team . . . scored a career-high 15 points vs. Northeastern (1-2-99) . . . pulled down a career-best 10 rebounds against TCU (2-27-99) . . . earned a career-high six assists and four steals vs. Rice (1-23-99).
HIGH SCHOOL — Was a three-year letterwinner and starter at Elkins High School . . . averaged 10.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.0 steals while shooting 49.7 percent from the field . . . earned all-state honorable mention merits . . . was a District 20-5A second team selection . . . was tabbed the Houston Chronicle's Player of the Week (12-7-97) . . . her high school team received a final ranking of third in the Houston area . . . was named MVP of the Terry Tournament and was selected to the all-conference team . . . was team captain as a senior . . . high school basketball coach was Jill Lindblade . . . was also a three-year letterwinner and starter in volleyball and earned one letter in soccer.
PERSONAL — Majoring in management . . . was named to the WAC All-Academic team as a freshman . . . born October 18, 1979, in Houston, Texas . . . one of two children of Carl and Dora Morrow.
Career Highs Points - 33 vs. UMKC (2-9-01) Field Goals Made - 13 vs. UMKC (2-9-01) Three-Point FG's Made - 4 vs. TCU (2-2-01) and Fresno State (3-1-01) Free Throws Made - 6 vs. Fresno State (1-29-00) Rebounds - 16 vs. SMU (2-25-01) Assists - 6 vs. Rice (1-23-99) and Northern Iowa (12-8-99) Steals - 7 vs. UMKC (2-9-01) Blocks - 3 vs. San Jose State (1-20-00)
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