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14 Kristin Drabyn
Height: 5-7
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Avon, Ind.
High School: Avon
Position: G

AS A SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Played in 26 games on the year with a start in her home state of Indiana…averaged 4.1 points per game (ppg), leading all bench players in the scoring column…shot 40.6 percent (26-for-64) from three-point range, ranking seventh among all-time UMBC sophomores and fourth in the America East Conference…scored eight points in the America East Conference quarterfinal game against Binghamton, knocking down two three-point baskets and another field goal…came off the bench to hit a three-point basket in 10-of-14 conference games, including the last four played in... had a streak of six or more points in five games with 12 three-point baskets...shot 82.4 percent (14-of-17) from the field and 72.7 percent (8-for-11) from three-point range over a span of three games that started with her return to Indiana against IPFW...in those three games she averaged 12.3 ppg with double figures in all three games...tallied 13 points on 5-of-6 shooting against Navy for her third straight double digit game...in games against IPFW and Butler went a combined 6-for-8 from outside the arc...shined in her first start of the year against IPFW with 14 points and four treys...opened the game with a three-point attempt, missing the shot and did not shoot again until the start of the second half as she failed the miss the entire second stanza, going 5-for-5 from the field and 4-for-4 from outside the arc...scored 11 points in first seven minutes and 14 in the half....saw significant action in the first two games of the season, scoring seven points against Morgan State and eight against Fairleigh Dickinson en route to winning the UMBC Tip-Off Tournament.

AS A FRESHMAN (2004-05): Produced a solid freshman season as a backup point guard until fracturing her hand in practice, forcing her out of the final five games of the season…in the second game of the year, she scored a career-high 13 points against Mount St. Mary’s with two rebounds, three steals and two assists in the contest…the next game she produced 10 points against Morgan State…earned her first start of the year against Navy the following game and scored with nine points…played in six conference games, the last against Albany where she produced 12 minutes off the bench and dished out three assists in the Retrievers’ 69-53 win…finished the season shooting 31.1 percent from the floor on 14-of-45, 5-of-19 from outside the arc...averaged 3.6 ppg and 1.0 rpg.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years on the varsity team at Avon High School, averaging 13.7 ppg in her career and finishing ranked second for points in school history with 1,249…set a school record with an 86.6-percent career free throw percentage and a 38-percent three-point percentage… accumulated 240 career assists and 118 career steals…was a three-time All-Hendricks County honoree (02, 03, 04), a three-time all-conference Hoosier Crossroads honoree (‘02, ‘03, ‘04), 2003 Metro West first team selection and 2002 Metro West second team selection…earned first team Hoosier Basketball Maga-zine…finished her senior year averaging 16.3 ppg and 5.1 apg…led her junior squad to the Hendricks County title…averaged 16.0 points, 3.2 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game as a junior in 2002-03...set the school's all-time single-season free throw shooting percentage record hitting 91.4 percent of her free throws her junior year… a member of the North/South Reebok All-Star Team...had just as much success playing AAU, winning the 17U state championship in 2003…holds single game highs of seven three-point shots and going 14-of-14 at the free throw line on two occasions…her career free throw percentage of 86.6 percent ranks fourth in the nation…a National Honors Society member and a five-year FCA member including President in 2003-04…earned IBCA Academic all-state and ICGSA honorable mention academic all-state accolades.

PERSONAL: One of four children to Steve and Cathy Drabyn…father Steve is the head women's basketball coach at Avon High School…older brother Steve finished his four-year men's basketball career at D-I Belmont University in 2004…born Nov. 26, 1985.