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24 - Heather Luttrell
Height: 5-11
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kokomo, Ind.
High School: Northwestern
Position: G

AS A JUNIOR (2005-06): Played in all 28 games, becoming one of the top off the bench players in the league, providing valuable minutes as both a post player and a guard…started two games on the year, receiving the nod in her home state of Indiana against IPFW and in conference play versus Maine…really came on strong down the stretch for UMBC, playing over 20 minutes off the bench in the final nine games of the regular season...scored a career-high 16 points off the bench against Vermont, going 4-for-4 from the floor and outside the arc while making 4-of-6 free throws…12 of her 16 points came in the second half to lead a UMBC rally from 16-points down for the win...averaged 1.31 steals per game in conference play, ranking 14th in the league…averaged 3.4 points per game, 2.4 rebounds per game, 1.4 assists per game and a 2.6 assist to turnover ratio on the year…tallied 18 treys, ranking 10th all-time for a junior in three-point field goals made…ranks eighth all-time in three-point field goals (65), eighth in three-point field goals attempts (194) and third all-time in three-point field goal percentage (33.5 percent).

AS A SOPHOMORE (2004-05): Emerged as an every-game starter by the fifth game of the season, starting 23 out of 28 games, missing her only start after the fifth game of the season to allow Anastasia Goncharova to start on senior day…played in all 40 minutes in two games…became a force down low for the Retrievers during the latter part of the season, averaging 6.0 rpg in the final seven contests of the regular season, including two nine-rebounding performances…scored double-digits in six games, including a season-high 12 points on three occasions, the last coming at home against Stony Brook with 12 points on 5-of-8 shooting…hit 3-of-3 from outside the arc against Vermont, scoring 10 points in that game…had a huge second half in the game against American, going 3-of-3 from the field, 2-of-2 from outside the arc and 4-of-4 at the free throw line to score 12 second-half points and lead the Retrievers to a 67-49 victory…led UMBC in rebounding in five games and was the top assister in three contests…shot 44.1 percent from the field on 60-of-136 on the season…made 30-of-75 three-point field goals (40.0 percent)…30 treys ranks fourth on the UMBC single-season sophomore chart…averaged 5.9 ppg, fourth best on the team, with 4.0 rpg, 42 assists, 27 steals and five blocks.

AS A FRESHMAN (2003-04): Had a solid rookie season for the Retrievers, earning a start by her third game with a couple of stron early performances and making nine starts on the season...played in 27-of-28 games on the season, missing one due to illness…debuted in spectacular fashion at home in the Retriever Tip-Off Tourney, scoring 11 points on 4-of-7 shooting and 2-of-2 from three-point range to score 11 points against Penn…recorded her first start at then-No. 14 ranked North Carolina…set a new school record for three-point field goal percentage at Northeastern, going 5-of-5 from three-point range…scored a career-high 15 points in the game to go with four assists and three steals…grabbed five rebounds on two occasions and dished out four assists three times…played in a season-high 26 minutes against Binghamton…finished the season averaging 2.4 ppg and 2.3 rpg.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 12.0 points, 8.0 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 3.0 steals per game as a senior at Northwestern...scored over 1,000 career points for the Tigers...earned a number of accolades, including first-team all-conference honors, Kokomo Tribune all-area and all-sectional team selection in each of her four years...also was a first-team all-conference pick in volleyball as a sophomore, junior and senior.

PERSONAL: One of two children to Art and Melinda Luttrell...has an older brother Jason...born Oct. 19, 1984...majoring in criminal justice.