TULSA — A three-year letterwinner . . . has played in 71 career games, while starting 39 . . . has career averages of 7.5 points (533), 4.6 rebounds (325) and 1.3 steals (90) per game . . . has scored in double figures in 24 games and has four double-doubles . . . has seven double figure rebounding games . . . is Tulsa's all-time leader for blocked shots with 44 . . . has a .680 (99 of 146) career free throw percentage . . . shares the school record with teammate Carla Morrow for blocked shots in a single game with three . . . her 71 games played are the sixth most in school history.
1999-00 — Started in 28 of the 29 games played . . . averaged 8.8 ppg (256), 6.2 rpg (181) and 1.1 blocks per game (31) . . . was the top rebounder and leader for blocked shots . . . scored a season-best 17 points vs. Fresno State (1-29-00) and (2-24-00) . . . pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds against UTEP (2-26-00) . . . the 15 boards was the second-best single-game performance in school history . . . recorded a school single-season best 31 blocked shots . . . collected a career-high five steals vs. Fresno State (1-29-00) . . . recorded a career-high four assists against San Jose State (1-20-00) . . . her 59 steals is the ninth-best single-season effort in TU history, while her 181 rebounds also ranks ninth on the school’s single-season charts . . . recorded double-double games against Oral Roberts (12-22-00) (11 pts./12 reb.), Colorado State (1-10-00) (11 pts./10 reb.) and Hawai‘i (2-17-00) (16 pts./12 reb.) . . . led the team in rebounding in 13 games and blocked shots in 17 contests . . . pulled down 10 or more rebounds in six games. 1998-99 — Started 11 of 20 games played despite missing the first seven games with a knee injury . . . averaged 8.7 points and 4.8 rebounds per game . . . finished third on the team in scoring and second in rebounding . . . scored a season-high 19 points against TCU (2-27-99) . . . pulled down a career-best 11 rebounds against TCU (2-27-99) . . . recorded her first career double-double with 19 points and 11 rebounds against TCU (2-27-99) in the regular-season finale . . . started the final seven games of the season . . . dished out a career-high four assists against #8 Colorado State (1-7-99).
1997-98 — Averaged 9.6 minutes (212) in 22 games played . . . had a 4.7 scoring average and pulled down 2.2 rebounds . . . scored a career-high 23 points vs. Hawai’i (1-24-98) . . . had the most field goals made in a game with 11 vs. Hawai’i . . . pulled down a career-best five rebounds vs. Fresno State (2-14-98), Hawai’i (1-24-98) and BYU (2-7-98).
HIGH SCHOOL — Was a three-year letterwinner and starter at Panama High School . . . led her team to a 26-6 overall record and a second place finish at the Class 2A state tournament during her senior season . . . as a senior, earned all-state tournament first team merits and Daily Oklahoman all-state honors . . . was the first alternate to the all-state team and was the Conference Player of the Year . . . was named her team's Defensive Player of the Year and MVP . . . was a three-time Tri-County all-conference selection . . . high school basketball coach was Robert Turner . . . was a four-year letterwinner in fast-pitch softball and earned three letters in slow pitch softball and was the MVP of both teams as a senior . . . was a member of the National Honor Society . . . was the valedictorian of her senior class.
PERSONAL — Majoring in communication . . . born March 12, 1979, in Fort Smith, Arkansas . . . only child of Dennis and Verna Wagner.
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