Team awards presented at annual banquet Friday
Terps end season with 31-5 record
Quotes from the Maryland-Louisville NCAA Second Round game
Maryland 72, Louisville 68
Maryland 59, Navy 44
Maryland v Loiusville
No. 6 Maryland vs. UNC - AP Photo Gallery
No. 8 Maryland vs. Virginia
Maryland v Boston College
Maryland v Virginia Tech
As a Senior (2011-12): Saw action in 30 games and started in two, including Senior Night...named to ACC All-Academic Team...hit a three in five contests...scored eight points vs. CSU Bakersfield (Nov. 26)...scored four points, grabbed four boards and dished four assists in 18 minutes vs. Lafayette (Dec. 28)...grabbed two rebounds as Terps won at No. 23 UNC (Jan. 8)....was a perfect 3-3 from the field and 2-2 from outside the arc as she added eight points vs. Virginia (Jan. 16)...started vs. Virginia Tech (Jan. 26)...dished an assist and made a bucket in seven minutes at Clemson (Feb. 9)...played 10 minutes vs. #5 Duke and grabbed two boards and dished an assist...went 3-4 from the field, including two to give Maryland an 11-1 lead over UNC in the opening minutes, and grabbed five boards (Feb. 24)...hit a three in the second half vs. NCSU to put the Terrapins up by 11 (Feb. 26)...went 2-2 from the field and 4-4 from the line for 10 points in critical second half in ACC Championship game...hit back-to-back threes within 35 seconds in second half of ACC title game (March 4)...sunk huge back-to-back three's in the first half to put Maryland ahead of Navy (March 17)...hit a clutch three and scored six points to help the Terps beat Louisville in NCAA Second Round (March 19)...hit a huge three in Terps' comeback over Texas A&M in NCAA Regional Semifinal (March 25)...received team's Selfless Award and Academic Acheivement Award at annual banquet.
As a Junior (2010-11): Saw action in all 32 games... started in eight, including the last four... hit a three in 24 of 31 games this season... finished in the top five of all Maryland juniors in threes made with 39... tied career-high three steals vs. Monmouth in 2010-11 season opener (Nov. 13)... dished career four assists vs. UMass (Nov. 27)... scored 10 points at St. Joseph's, including two three's and tied her career-high in assists with four (Jan. 2)... scored career-high 18 points at No. 3 Duke with three three's. Extended a 14-0 run with eight points in 90 seconds to put Terps up by nine... (Jan. 6)... hit three three's in 1:11 to help a 17-0 run late in the first half against Wake Forest (Jan. 28)... after going 0-for-3 from outside the arc in the first 39 minutes, hit a three with 1.2 seconds left for the win at No. 24 Georgia Tech (Feb. 3)... dished career high five assists and grabbed three steals against No. 7 Duke (Feb. 17)... hit 3-of-5 three's at Boston College for 16 points in regular season finale (Feb. 27).
As a Sophomore (2009-10): Started in 23 games and saw action in 30 ... No. 5 in Maryland sophomore record books in three's made with 46 and No. 6 in three's attempted with 133 ... finished 12th in the ACC in three's made with 46... finished in the league's top-15 in three-point percentage with .346 ... scored nine points and nabbed three steals against New Hampshire (Nov. 16) ... was 3-for-5 from the foul line against Old Dominion (Nov. 19)... earned her first career start against Drexel, earning career-best marks in free throws made and attempted with seven and eight, respectively (Nov. 29) ... leading scorer against Minnesota with 14 points and led in rebounds with eight (Dec. 3) ... led team in points with 15 against Towson in a 33 minutes of play (Dec. 10) ... shot a perfect 3-for-3 in the first five minutes against UNC-Wilmington, scoring nine points before the first official timeout (Dec. 29) ... was a perfect 5-for-5 from beyond the arc vs. Longwood in the first half (Jan. 31) ... made five treys in the Terps' first two games in the WNIT ... had career-high 17 points and three assists against East Carolina in the first round (March 21).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2008-09): Saw action in 17 games...made her first collegiate appearance at Loyola (Md.) and made it a memorable debut, making all four 3-point attempts and both free throws to score 14 points in only 12 minutes of play (Dec. 9) ... scored eight points and made two 3-pointers in 10 minutes against UNC Asheville (Dec. 29) ... made only shot attempt in win at Richmond, a 3-pointer (Jan. 3) ... shot 2-for-3 with a 3-pointer in victory against Wake Forest (Jan. 8) ... knocked down a 3-pointer on her only shot in the victory over Rutgers (Feb. 15) ... scored nine points in a season-high 14 minutes in the victory at Miami which clinched the ACC regular season title (March 1) ... put up seven points, including 2-for-2 from long range, in the victory over Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament (March 6) ... added 11 points including consecutive 3-pointers to close the first half and give Maryland the lead in the ACC Tournament semifinal victory over #11/11 North Carolina (March 7) ... knocked down 12 points on 4-of-5 shooting in the ACC championship game victory over #8/10 Duke (March 8) ... played 26 minutes off the bench in NCAA First Round vs. Dartmouth, scoring eight points with four rebounds (March 22) ... recorded six points in 18 minutes against Utah in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (March 24) ... tripled her career high for rebounds to 12 adding five points and her first career block in the Sweet 16 victory over Vanderbilt (March 28).
As a Freshman (2007-08): Medical redshirt during the 2007-08 campaign ... suffered a knee injury during preseason workouts and underwent surgery ... has spent the last 12 months focusing on rehab and strength and conditioning.
Before Maryland: Four-year starter in basketball at Princess Anne High School ... a second team Parade Magazine All-American as a senior, leading the Cavaliers to a third-straight Beach District crown ... ranked 29th in the nation among 2007 seniors by the Blue Star Report ... third team as a junior, helped the team to a No. 10 national ranking by USA Today ... led the Cavaliers to the VHSL Class AAA state title as a sophomore and a 28-3 record ... Orlando Sentinel Junior All-American and Honorable Mention All-South team in 2006 ... all-district every year, garnering first team VSHCA and AP all-state nods three times ... the district's Player of the Year, All-Tidewater pick, Tidewater Player of the Year and first team all-region three times ... helped Princess Anne advance to the state tournament twice after winning the Eastern Region Championship in 2005 and 2006 ... voted the region's player of the year each of those years ... broke the district single-game scoring record as a senior, tallying 42 points in a contest ... also owns the district tournament record for threes in a game, making seven in her sophomore year ... participated in the Nike Skills Academy and was an AAU U16 All-American in 2005 ... End of the Trail All-Tournament team in 2005 and 2006 and was Most Valuable Player nods at the Boo Williams Tournament in the same years ... chose Maryland over ACC schools Virginia, Virginia Tech, NC State, as well as Vanderbilt.
Personal: Earned Bachelor of Arts in communication in August 2010...will also graduate with second degree in psychology ... recipient of the Anne & Albert Girod scholarship ... youngest daughter of Angela and Kim Rodgers ... has an older sister, Cicely ... named a finalist for the 2011 V Foundation Comeback Award ... member of the Gifted Advisory Board and a National Merit Scholarship Program Outstanding Participant ... born in Virginia Beach, Va.
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