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AS A JUNIOR (2005-06): Named to the America East All-Conference second team after averaging 12.4 points per game (ppg), 5.8 rebounds per game (rpg), 3.0 assists per game (apg) and shooting 54.3 percent from the floor…her 54.3 percent field goal percentage is third all-time for a single season by a Retriever…has a streak of 84 consecutive starts and has played and started in every game in her career, ranking seventh all-time…only player in the league to rank in the top-11 in conference games only for scoring (fifth, 14.8 ppg), rebounding (11th, 6.4 rpg), assists (8th , 2.94 apg) and field goal percentage (3rd , 57.1 percent)…played all 40 minutes five times this year and has 16 career 40-min. nights (14 in games with no overtime)… ranks in UMBC’s career all-time charts in points, games started, minutes played, minutes per game, field goal percentage, three point field goals made, three-point field goals attempted, three-point field goal percentage, free throw percentage, assists and blocks…has 783 career points (19th all-time), 241 career assists (9th) and 63 career blocks (9th)…reached 100 career steals with one against Stony Brook…tallied 13 double-digit performances in 16 conference games and finished with 19 on the year...streak of seven consecutive games with double figures was snapped in the regular season finale against Albany, being held to eight points...tallied her fourth 20-plus point performance with 20 at Binghamton...averaged 17.7 ppg and 8.8 rpg during UMBC’s six game win streak...named America East Conference Wilson Player of the Week for the second time after averaging 19.5 ppg, 9.0 rpg and 5.5 apg against Boston U., and Vermont....named America East Conference Wilson Player of the Week for the first time after averaging a double-double with 20.0 ppg and 10.0 rpg in two UMBC wins against Stony Brook and Albany...held scoreless until the 11:27 mark of the second half against Maine with UMBC trailing by 10 points...scored nine straight points at that point and 15 in the final 11 plus minutes en route to a 13-point win for UMBC...scored 16 points with 10 rebounds for her second career double-double against Vermont...recorded a new career-high with 23 points against Boston U...scored 20-plus points in three games out of a five game span, all wins for UMBC...tallied her first double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds at Stony Brook...was a perfect 7-for-7 from the field against Hartford, scoring 14 points in the game...grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds against Butler…ranked in the top-15 in seven league categories, including 10th in scoring and 15th in rebounding, eighth in assists and fourth in field goal percentage.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2004-05): For the second consecutive year played and started in every game on the season, starting all 28 and playing 40 minutes in seven games on the year, including a stretch of three-consecutive games to start conference play…scored a career-high 18 points against Albany in the first meeting of the two teams, shooting 5-of-8 from the field and 6-of-6 at the free throw line…came on strong towards the end of the year, scoring double digits in five straight and six of seven games…during that stretch her scoring average rose 1.0 ppg…recorded 11 double-digit scoring performances on the season…corralled a season-high nine rebounds at home against Albany in the Retrievers’ win, shooting 5-of-10 from the field in that game and scoring 12 points…dished out a season-high nine assists at New Hampshire and finished the regular season with 93 assists, ranking sixth among the conference leaders…her 93 assists in the season is the seventh-best season a sophomore has had at dishing out helpers…recorded a team-high 30 blocks on the year, fifth-best all-time by a UMBC sophomore…rejected a career-high four shots on two occasions…recorded six steals against Navy in the Retrievers’ win…shot 47.9 percent from the floor (90-of-188) and 47-of-63 at the free throw line (75.0 percent)…made 18 consecutive free throws, including an 8-for-8 performance versus Binghamton en route to 12 points in that game...concluded the regular season averaging a team third-best 8.5 ppg with 4.3 rpg, 3.3 apg, 1.6 spg, 1.1 bpg and a 1.5 assists-to-turnover ration, ranking in all but rebounds per game in the America East charts.
AS A FRESHMAN (2003-04): Had a stellar rookie season for the Retrievers, coming into the fold early after starting in the season opener and every game since…averaged 33.1 minutes per game in her 28 starts…scored 17 points against Loyola (Md.) in the Retrievers' final non-conference game of the year…went 5-of-9 from the field and 3-of-6 from three-point range in that game…hit double digits on six occasions, including scoring 15 points in the Retrievers’ win against Hartford and 11 against Vermont…she led the Retrievers second-half comeback against the Hawks, scoring 11 of the team's final 17 points, going 4-of-6 from the field and 7-of-7 from three-point range in the game…dished out 2.4 assists per game and recorded two blocks on five occasions…had a career-high 10 rebounds at Radford and eight boards in four other games…scored a team-high 10 points in the Retrievers’ conference tournament game against Northeastern...finished the season ranking third in scoring at 7.0 ppg and led the team on the boards with 4.9 rpg.
HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 13.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 1.5 blocks per game at Franklin Central High School...was an all-county and all-conference selection as well as an all-state academic pick as a junior and senior...once scored 36 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in a game...also competed in track and field for the Flashes.
PERSONAL: Daughter of John and Deenah Rohde...born on Aug. 19, 1984...has a brother, Chris...majoring in psychology with a minor in pre-nursing.