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2008-2009: Begins her senior campaign as one of the best athletes in the Capital Athletic?Conference . . . is a gifted player that is strong and has the ability to finish around the basket . . . is a difficult match up with other post players as the combination of her quickness and strength make her hard to guard . . . has a great touch from 15 feet and in . . . plays with a high energy . . . the coaches will look to her to be a force on the glass, both offensively and defensively . . . enters the year needing 241 points to become the 11th member of the 1,000 career point club.
2007-2008: Had a solid junior season as she played in 26 games, earning a start in 24 of those contests . . . finished the season averaging 8.8 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game . . . shot 39% from the floor and 72.4% from the free throw line . . . set a new career-high with nine free throws made in the CAC?quarterfinal win over Wesley on February 26 . . . scored in all 26 of her appearances and reached double figures in 10 games including a season-high 21 points against Wesley on February 26 . . . had at least one rebound in 24 games including a season-high nine boards in the January 30 win over Villa Julie . . . finished eighth in the CAC?in blocked shots as she swatted away 24 shots for the year including a season-high four against Alvernia on January 14.
2006-2007: Played in and started all 27 Spartan contests . . . averaged 9.4 points and 6.6 rebounds over the season . . . led the Spartans in rebounds on eight occasions while leading in scoring three times . . . scored a season-high 16 points at Alvernia in the 79-73 victory on January 15 . . . led the Spartans to the January 13 win at Catholic scoring 15 points, grabbing 13
rebounds, snatching three steals, and registering one block which were all game highs . . . recorded double-figures in the scoring column in 13 games . . . had three double-doubles . . . blocked at least one shot in 19 games . . . converted a season-best seven free throws defeating Licoln on November 11 . . . tied career-highs in assists and steals with five and four respectively . . . blocked a season-high four shots on two occasions . . . ranked third in CAC in blocked shots with 38 while leading the Spartan squad in rejections for the second straight year.
2005-2006: Played in and started 26 of the Spartans’ 27 games during the year . . . finished the campaign averaging 10.6 points and 5.6 rebounds per game . . . scored a career-high 22 points in the November 28 win against Franklin &?Marshall and on December 3 against Alvernia . . . converted a career-high 9-of-11 field goal attempts on February 8 against Catholic
. . . pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds twice, the first time against F&M?and the second timeon January 5 against Hood . . . handed out a career-high five assists against Catholic on February 8 while she also had a career-high four steals in the same contest . . . blocked a career-high six shots in the CAC?quarterfinal win over Salisbury . . . scored in all but one game during the year and had 12 double digit efforts including three 20-plus point efforts . . . recorded four double-doubles for the year . . . finished the season shooting an impressive 48.9% from the floor . . . blocked a team-best 27 shots during the year.
Personal: Is the daughter of Victor and Tammy Perez . . . born July 18, 1987 . . . is a Biology major . . . played for Kevin Thomas at Gettysburg High School . . . was a four-year varsity letterwinner at Gettysburg . . . earned Harrisburg Patriot Big 15 honorable mention after her junior and senior seasons.