2007-08: Enters her junior year as a dramatically more comfortable player . . . should earn a significant spot on the Spartan rotation . . . is an outstanding perimeter shooter that struggled last year but has looked great during the summer and the Spartans’ preseason practices . . . has an innate ability to score as she can not only shoot but can also get to the basket . . . is an exceptional athlete that provides the coaching staff versatility.
2006-2007: Played in all 27 Spartan games drawing starts against Goucher on January 25 and Salisbury two days later . . . improved her averages to 7.1 points, 2.4 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per contest . . . played her best game of the season against St. Mary’s on February 6 tallying a career-high 23 points on seven for ten shooting and five for seven from three point range while also contributing four rebounds, two steals, and one assist . . . rebounded seven missed shots to set a new career-high on the January 27 defeat of Salisbury . . . recorded double-figure scoring numbers in eight games . . . handed out a career-high three assists on five separate occassions . . . ranked tenth in the CAC in three-point percentage while grabbing the twelfth spot in the league for three-point field goals made.
2005-06: Played 19 games off the bench during her freshman campaign . . . finished the season averaging 3.6 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 0.7 assists per game as she averaged 9.9 minutes during her 19 contests . . . established a career-high 12 points in the January 25 win at Gallaudet . . . pulled down a career-high four rebounds in four different games during the season . . . handed out a career-high two steals in three different games . . . scored in 15 of her 19 appearances while she grabbed at least one rebound in all but five of her games . . . shot 76.2% from the free throw . . . missed seven games due to illness during the middle of the year.
Personal: Is the daughter of Steve and Patty Andrews . . . born January 24, 1987. . . is an Elementary Education major . . . played for Alice Puckett at Fallston High School . . . was a 1,000 point scorer at Fallston . . . earned first-team All-County honors as a sophomore, junior, and senior.