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    Adrienne All-American

    Louisiana Tech forward Adrienne Johnson deserves to be on the All-America Team.

    Adrienne Johnson
    6-0 Senior Forward



    All-America Candidate File


    Season Stats

    22.0 points per game (9th nationally)
    9.6 rebounds per game (39th nationally)
    2.1 steals per game
    1.5 assists per game
    0.9 blocks per game
    84.7% free throw percentage (35th nationally)
    51.0% field goal percentage (48th nationally)
    38.9% three point percentage
    14 double-doubles (20th nationally)


    Game-by-Game Performances

    30 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals, 2 blocks vs. Georgia
    26 points, 14 rebounds, 3 blocks vs. Houston
    17 points, 10 rebounds, 3 steals vs. Marquette
    26 points, 14 rebounds, 3 blocks vs. Fresno State
    34 points, 13 rebounds vs. Southern Miss
    36 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals vs. Utah State
    19 points, 12 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 blocks vs. Missouri State
    23 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals vs. Arkansas State
    24 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals vs. Idaho
    23 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 steals vs. UALR
    24 points, 15 rebounds, 2 blocks, 2 assists vs. New Mexico State

    Success of the Team

    24-6 record
    WAC Regular Season Champions
    #27 AP Poll
    #27 Coaches Poll
    #25 RPI
    #75 Strength of Schedule

    2010-11 NCAA Scoring Leaders
    1. Kevi Luper, G, Oral Roberts (24.0)
    2. Dawn Evans, G, James Madison (23.6)
    3. Maya Moore, F, Connecticut (23.4)
    4. Courtney Hurt, F, Virginia Commonwealth (23.4)
    5. Danielle Adams, F, Texas A&M (23.3)
    6. Jantel Lavender, C, Ohio State (22.6)
    7. Brittney Griner, C, Baylor (22.3)
    8. Tahnee Robinson, G, Nevada (22.2)
    9. Amy Jaeschke, C, Northwestern (22.1)
    10. Adrienne Johnson, F, Louisiana Tech (22.0)
    10. Kourtney Brown, F, Buffalo (21.9)

    LA Tech Highest Single Season Scoring Averages
    1. Sheila Ethridge (1990-91) 25.2 ppg
    2. Venus Lacy (1989-90) 24.2 ppg
    3. Pam Gant (1984-85) 23.6 ppg
    4. Belinda Jones (1974-75) 22.5 ppg
    5. Adrienne Johnson (2010-11) 22.0 ppg
    6. Janice Lawrence Braxton (1983-84) 21.3 ppg
    7. Venus Lacy (1988-89) 21.3 ppg
    8. Janice Lawrence Braxton (1982-83) 20.8 ppg
    9. Pam Kelly Flowers (1979-80) 20.7 ppg
    10. Pam Kelly Flowers (1981-82) 20.3 ppg


    LA Tech Highest Career Scoring Averages
    1. Venus Lacy 20.0
    2. Pam Kelly Flowers 19.5
    3. Janice Lawrence Braxton 17.8
    4. Elinor Griffin 17.7
    5. Alisa Burras 16.1
    6. Belinda Jones 15.8
    7. Adrienne Johnson 15.3
    8. Nora Lewis 15.2
    9. Sheila Ethridge 15.1
    10. Vickie Johnson 15.0

    LA Tech All-Time Scoring List
    1. Pam Kelly Flowers 2,979
    2. Janice Lawrence Braxton 2,403
    3. Angela Turner Johnson 2,262
    4. Venus Lacy 2,004
    5. Vickie Johnson 1,960
    5. Sheila Ethridge 1,960
    7. Adrienne Johnson 1,943
    8. Tori Harrison 1,868
    9. Amanda Wilson 1,832
    10. Tamicha Jackson 1,822


    LA Tech All-Time Blocked Shots
    1. Tori Harrison
    341
    2. Ayana Walker 236
    3. Racquel Spurlock 215
    4. Janice Lawrence Braxton 189
    5. Lori Scott McIntyre181
    6. Cheryl Ford 173
    7. Venus Lacy 164
    8. Adrienne Johnson 153
    8. LaShawn Brown 153
    10. Shanavia Dowdell
    146
    10. Erica Westbrooks 146

    LA Tech All-Time Free Throws Made
    1. Pam Kelly
    Flowers 593
    2. Janice Lawrence Braxton 535
    3. Adrienne Johnson 427
    4. Tasha Crain Williams 426
    5. Venus Lacy 413
    6. Kay Ford
    378
    7. Nora Lewis 377
    8. Vickie Johnson 351
    9. Cheryl Ford 334
    10. LaQuan Stallworth 332

    LA Tech All-Time Free Throw Percentage
    1. Brooke Lassiter
    Stoehr .915
    2. Amy Brown .827
    3. Jasmine Bendolph .826
    4. Pennee Hall .798
    5. Jamie Scheppmann .796
    6. Tasha Crain Williams .787
    7. Adrienne Johnson .778
    8. Sheila Ethridge
    .767
    9. Jane Ellen Cook .764
    10. Shan Moore Williams .763

    LA Tech Single Season Free Throws Made
    1. Pam Kelly Flowers (79-80)
    180
    2. Pam Kelly Flowers (81-82) 171
    3. Venus Lacy (89-90) 170
    4. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) 166
    4. Tasha Crain Williams (04-05) 166
    6. Tasha Crain Williams (05-06) 164
    7. Venus Lacy (88-89) 161
    8. Amisha Carter (03-04) 152
    9. Janice Lawrence Braxton (83-84)
    147
    10. Shantel Hardison (91-92) 135
    10. Nora Lewis (88-89) 135

    LA Tech Single Season Free Throw Percentage
    1. Brooke Lassiter Stoehr (01-02)
    .951
    2. Brooke Lassiter Stoehr (00-01) .910
    3. Brooke Lassiter Stoehr (99-00) .901
    4. Jasmine Bendolph (09-10) .865
    5. Amy Brown (93-94) .856
    6. Jasmine Bendolph (10-11) .853
    7. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) .847
    7. Shan Moore Williams (05-06) .847
    9. Amy Brown (91-92) .844
    10. Jane Ellen Cook (78-79) .836

    LA Tech Single Game Free Throws Made
    1. Adrienne Johnson (10-11) vs. Utah St. 16
    2. Pam Kelly Flowers (81-82) vs. UCLA
    15
    2. Shantel Hardison (91-92) vs. Lamar 15
    2. Tasha Crain Williams (04-05) vs. Rice 15
    5. Cheryl Ford (02-03) vs. Tulsa 14
    5. Mary Nell Kendrick Hawley (76-77) vs. NW (La.) St. 14
    5. Kim Mulkey (83-84) vs. Auburn 14
    8. Venus Lacy (88-89) vs. LSU 13
    8. Shantel Hardison (91-92) vs. UCF 13
    8. Amisha Carter (03-04) vs. SMU 13

    LA Tech All-Time 30-Plus Point Games
    1. Venus Lacy 12
    2. Pam Kelly Flowers 9
    3. Sheila Ethridge 7
    4. Pam Gant 6
    4. Elinor Griffin 6
    4. Belinda Jones 6
    7. Janice Lawrence Braxton 5
    8. Adrienne Johnson 4
    8. LaVerne Henderson 4
    10. Shanavia Dowdell 3
    10. Kay Ford 3
    10. Amanda Wilson 3

    LA Tech All-Time 20-Plus Point Games
    1. Pam Kelly Flowers 70
    2. Janice Lawrence Braxton 57
    3. Venus Lacy 55
    4. Adrienne Johnson 39
    5. Angela Turner Johnson 37
    6. Sheila Ethridge 35
    7. Belinda Jones 34
    7. Elinor Griffin 34
    9. Amanda Wilson 33
    10. Pam Gant 29

    LA Tech All-Time Double-Doubles
    1. Pam Kelly Flowers 78
    2. Venus Lacy 67
    3. Elinor Griffin 57
    4. Nora Lewis 49
    5. Shanavia Dowdell 46
    6. Janice Lawrence Braxton 43
    7. Debra Rodman 38
    8. Amanda Wilson 37
    9. Cheryl Ford 36
    10. Tori Harrison 34
    11. Ayana Walker 33
    12. Adrienne Johnson 29


    2010-11
    Honors and Awards
    Wade Trophy Watch List
    WAC Player of the Year
    1st team All-WAC
    WAC All-Defensive Team

    Preseason 1st team All-WAC (Coaches)
    Preseason 1st team All-WAC (Media)
    LSWA Player of the Week (Nov. 22)
    Fun and Sun Classic All-Tournament Team (FIU Tournament)
    WAC Player of the Week (Jan. 3)
    LSWA Player of the Week (Jan. 3)
    WAC Player of the Week (Jan. 24)
    LSWA Player of the Week (Jan. 24)
    WAC Player of the Week (Jan. 31)
    LSWA Player of the Week (Jan. 31)
    WAC Player of the Week (Feb. 14)
    KTBS Athlete of the Week (Feb. 23)
    WAC Player of the Week (Feb. 28)


    2009-10
    Honors and Awards
    Preseason 1st team All-WAC (Coaches)
    Preseason 1st team All-WAC (Media)
    Full Court Press Preseason Mid-Major Honorable Mention
    LSWA Player of the Week (Dec. 1)
    LSWA Player of the Week (Dec. 28)
    WAC Player of the Week (Dec. 28)
    WAC Player of the Week (Feb. 8)
    WAC Player of the Week (Feb. 22)
    1st team All-WAC
    WAC All-Defensive Team
    WAC All-Tournament Team
    1st team All-Louisiana by LSWA

    2008-09
    Honors and Awards
    WAC Player of the Week (Dec. 29)
    LSWA Player of the Week (Feb. 24)
    1st Team All-WAC
    WAC All-Defensive Team
    1st team All-Louisiana by LSWA

    Andy Landers, Head Coach Georgia
    “She’s a very, very tough match-up. She definitely has guard-like skills in a forward’s body.”


    Adrian Wiggins, Head Coach Fresno State
    “She’s so athletic and has an inside-outside game. For a big girl, that’s what sets her apart. She really extends defenses. She can hit the 3, and she’s got a quick first step and her second is longer. She can take one dribble and be at the rim. I don’t know if you stop her. She’s so physical.”

    In the hands of 'Dr. Jesus'
    -Jimmy Watson
    December 12, 2010

    About 1:30 this afternoon, Yvonne Johnson will be sitting in her Franklin home with an ear glued to the radio, listening to Louisiana Tech media relations director Malcolm Butler set up the impending clash between her beloved Lady Techsters and Southern University.


    A tear will likely roll down Johnson's cheek because she was unable to make the four-plus hour drive to Ruston with husband Albert to see their talented daughter, Adrienne, play in one of the last 11 home games of her four-year career. She won't get the pleasure of watching the once shy and bashful Adrienne, who has blossomed into an impressive young woman, eat a few bites of her homemade gumbo while laughing and cutting up with her buddies.


    That's because Yvonne Johnson recently left the hospital after yet another round of chemotherapy. She has been struggling to defeat a serious bout of skin cancer for most of the past three years with the resulting treatments leaving her drained. She had hoped to be in the Thomas Assembly Center to see her superstar daughter, currently first in the WAC and 12th in the country in scoring at 22 points per game, continue to carry the team on her reluctant shoulders. Earlier this week, Yvonne wasn't feeling up to the trek and feared her weakened immune system might make her susceptible to an airborne illness.


    Although the decision temporarily upset Adrienne, Yvonne nows she must take it slow in order to have adequate strength for the most important upcoming date on the Johnson family calendar. It isn't the Techsters' regular season meeting with Fresno State and it isn't the WAC Tournament. Although the NCAAs and a possible berth in the CenturyTel Center are important, they aren't tops on the Johnson list. That comes on May 21 when Tech's spring commencement ceremonies take place.


    Yvonne says she has asked the Lord for one more reprieve, concerning Adrienne, the youngest of her three daughters.


    "I want to see my baby walk across the stage and get her diploma this spring. I pray every night and ask the Lord for that," Johnson said. "That, to me, would signify a job well done, and I think I might pass out to see it."


    Adrienne is expected to receive her degree in computer information systems after completing her final 11 hours in the winter quarter. She'll be the first in her family of five to earn a college degree.


    "It's all downhill for me now," Adrienne said. "It's 11 hours and counting. I just need to pass my classes and it will happen for me."


    Strong in her faith, Yvonne Johnson says a prayer of thankfulness for every day she is given, because it provides a little more time to spend with her baby girl.


    "I've put it all the Lord's hands 'cause he has the last word. That's my doctor right there, Dr. Jesus. I'm not going down without a fight, I do have faith and trust that the Lord will bring me a match."


    While the Techsters will be game planning to win at Tulane (on Dec. 17) and at LSU (on Dec. 19), they'll take the free Saturday in between to participate in a bone marrow drive to assist the treatment coming for Yvonne Johnson. An testing organization is coming down from Jackson to gather swab samples from anyone willing to see if they might be a marrow match. Other Franklinites are cooking barbecue to raise money to offset the workers' free efforts.


    "Finding a bone marrow donor will give me the best chance for success," Yvonne said. "I pray we find someone who matches me."


    Yvonne Johnson, 51, has been to numerous hospitals for treatment but is regularly taken to M.D. Anderson in Houston by Adrienne's older sisters Cherazar and Quovodas DeLaune. She was supposed to visit doctors in Chicago, but that assessment recently changed.


    Now it's a waiting game to see if the treatments have accomplished their goal. The frustrating thing is staying behind at game time. So there won't be a special, Yvonne-cooked pregame meal for the WAC's leading scorer today.


    "She'll usually ask me what I want. She'll cook gumbo or rice, gravy and corn, or get this lady to make a sweet potato pie," Adrienne said. "Me and my mom have a great relationship. Sometimes she tries to coach me, but I tell her that's coach Spoon's job. She's a very down-to-earth person and everyone loves her."


    Meanwhile, Techsters coach Teresa Weatherspoon remains mindful of the close relationship Adrienne has with her mother. And she's thankful that the relationship has created a player with exceptional work habits, as well as talent.


    "AJ is definitely a next level (WNBA) player, but she is staying focused on her job of helping us win games," Weatherspoon said. "I appreciate what she brings to the table because she is working as hard as she can every day in practice and you never have to worry about her academics. She's one of those kids that when she leaves here, you know she will be a success in life."


    Techsters Join Forces to Support Johnson, Family

    Dec. 18, 2010
    http://www.rustonleader.com/node/7992


    FRANKLIN , La. - The Louisiana Tech women's basketball team made an important detour Saturday as the Lady Techsters departed New Orleans en route to Baton Rouge where they will face the LSU Tigers at 3 p.m. Sunday in a game that will be televised live on Cox Sports Television.


    Teresa Weatherspoon and Co. - who are coming off an impressive 78-72 win at Tulane Friday night - headed southwest on US 190 out of the Big Easy mid-Saturday morning with a destination and purpose in mind that had nothing to do with the game of basketball.


    Around noon the Louisiana Tech University bus pulled up to The Crossing Place Ministry in Franklin where a crowd of hundreds of family, friends and even strangers were already gathered.


    Everyone in attendance had one ultimate goal in mind - to try to help Yvonne Johnson, the mother of Lady Techster forward Adrienne Johnson who is battling skin cancer.


    Every player, coach and support staff member with the Louisiana Tech travel party joined hundreds of others in participating in the bone marrow registry in an effort to find a match for Mrs. Yvonne.


    "The team participating meant a lot to me because I know they are behind me and my family," Adrienne Johnson said. "I didn't expect anything less because we are all family, and we all have each other's backs. By them joining the bone marrow registry, it gives my mom a better chance of finding a match. The more people that we had participate, the better.


    "The community of Franklin was so excited to see Coach Weatherspoon, the staff and the Lady Techster players. I am so thankful for each and every one of them for participating."


    Yvonne Johnson was diagnosed with skin cancer a few years ago after Adrienne had already begun her collegiate playing career at Louisiana Tech. Despite the emotionally and physically draining treatments that she continues to receive, Yvonne doesn't miss a beat when it comes to supporting her daughter and her teammates.



    "It felt good knowing that we could be a part of the drive today," said Louisiana Tech senior Tarkeisha Wysinger-Mackey. "Even though I've only known Mrs. Yvonne for four years, it seems like much longer than that. She treats all of us as if we were her own.

    "I remember as a freshman when she came to Ruston and cooked gumbo for our apartment. Although she has been battling this disease, she has never stopped supporting Adrienne or any of us in every way possible. I hope that everyone that took part in the drive understands how important it is."


    During the two hours that the Lady Techsters spent in Franklin on Saturday, they were able to take part in the bone marrow registry which consisted of each one of them filling out registration paperwork and undergoing mouth swabs.


    It was all done in an effort to support the Johnson family in their time of need.


    "This was a great day of giving back," Weatherspoon said. "It was more of a family atmosphere for us as Adrienne is part of our family. Today was about giving back.


    When you can do that it, it's so positive. This had nothing to do with basketball. It had to do with us trying to help another human being. The most important thing we did today was try to help save a life. We want to teach our kids to give back and be willing participants when someone is in need."


    Yvonne will be one of a number of members of the Johnson family and the community of Franklin that will be in attendance Sunday at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center when Louisiana Tech faces LSU.


    And although for two hours the focus will be on Adrienne and the Lady Techsters competing and representing Louisiana Tech on the basketball floor, every one of the young ladies donning a jersey with LA Tech across the front learned on Saturday that life is about more than a game.


    Techsters host Be The Match donor drive Saturday from noon to 2 p.m.
    March 3, 2011
    http://www.latechsports.com/sports/w...030311aaa.html

    Yvonne Johnson's battle with skin cancer has been well publicized this year.

    The mother of Louisiana Tech senior forward Adrienne Johnson has been a mainstay at Lady Techster home games during the last four years, never missing a game despite her fight with the illness.

    And thanks to her daughter's public stage of playing college basketball for one of the most storied program's in the history of the game, Yvonne's story has received press across the state.

    However, Yvonne Johnson is not alone in her fight with this disease and similar ones.
    Every year, more than 10,000 patients in the U.S. are diagnosed with life-threatening diseases such as leukemia or lymphoma, and their best or only hope of a cure is a transplant from an unrelated adult donor or umbilical cord blood unit.

    And most patients (about 70 percent) in need of a transplant do not have a matching donor in their family. They depend on the Be The Match Registry®, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP), to find a match.

    This Saturday, the Louisiana Tech basketball team is sponsoring a "Be The Match With the Lady Techsters" in honor of Yvonne Johnson and the tens of thousands of people in this country who are in need of a match.

    From noon until 2 p.m. in the concourse of the Thomas Assembly Center, Tech fans and any individuals in the area are encouraged to participate in this easy, pain-free event. Members of the Louisiana Tech Lady Techster Tipoff Club will be helping on Saturday.

    Individuals interested in participating are asked to come to the Thomas Assembly Center during the two-hour time period. To join, people need to be between the ages of 18 - 60, willing to donate to any patient in need, and meet health guidelines. Registration involves completing a health history form and giving a swab of cheek cells.

    "Obviously, Yvonne Johnson's situation sparked the team's interest and involvement," said Mary LeSeuer, Account Executive for Be The Match Registry. "They have really embraced the program. Their efforts could not only possibly help Mrs. Johnson, but any number of patients across the country who have access to our database. We are just so appreciative of their efforts."

    The event is similar to the one that the Lady Techster basketball coaches, players, and support staff participated in down in Franklin, La. - home of the Johnson's - on Dec. 18 when the team was traveling from New Orleans to Baton Rouge to face LSU the next day.


    "The team participating in December meant so much to me and my family," Adrienne Johnson said. "I didn't expect anything less because we are all family. I really want to encourage people to come out this Saturday and participate. It's easy and pain-free and a chance for people to possibly help others. The more people that participate in the drive, the better the chance of finding a match for my mom and for anyone else who is battling this disease."

    The Be The Match Registry provides access to 9 million potential donors and more than 185,000 cord blood units. Through partnerships with international registries, the NMDP provides additional access to more than 7.5 million donors and 365,000 cord blood units.

    A patient's likelihood of having a donor on the Be The Match Registry who is willing and able to help save a life is estimated to range from 66 percent to 93 percent, depending on race or ethnicity.
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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg06 View Post
    Adrienne Johnson deserves serious consideration for the All-America team.

    Adrienne's NCAA Ranks
    20.9 points per game (#13 overall, #6 forward)
    82.9% free throw percentage (#17 forward)
    52.9% field goal percentage (#28 forward)
    8.9 rebounds per game (#54 forward)

    NCAA Scoring Ranks (forwards)
    1. Courtney Hurt, VCU (24.5 ppg)
    2. Maya Moore, UConn (23.8 ppg)
    3. Whitney Hood, Chattanooga (22.4 ppg)
    4. Danielle Adams, Texas A&M (21.7 ppg)
    5. Kourtney Brown, Buffalo (21.7 ppg)
    6. Adrienne Johnson, LA Tech (20.9 ppg)
    7. Chastity Reed, UALR (20.5 ppg)
    8. Tanika Jackson, Alabama St. (19.9 ppg)
    9. Amber Harris, Xavier (19.3 ppg)
    10. Bethany Waterworth (19.1 ppg)
    We have to keep winning to get her name out there. I think she has a great chance and will go high in the draft this year.

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    It's funny how winning solve it all hehe.

    AJ is definitely All-America worthy though.

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    36 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals vs. Utah State

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by dawg06 View Post
    36 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists, 3 steals vs. Utah state
    hello!!!!:d

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Props to Malcolm and the Sports Information Department! They are running an Adrienne All-American campaign!

    http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/...l-American.pdf

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Very nice!!!!!!!!!!!

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    26 points, 14 rebounds, 3 blocks, 1 assist, 1 steal, 0 turnovers vs. Fresno State

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Whatta we gonna do next year without her?

    AJ is carrying this team to lofty heights.

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by dawg80 View Post
    Whatta we gonna do next year without her?

    AJ is carrying this team to lofty heights.
    We got em coming in! Spoon will fill the void. We said the same thing when Dowdell left. :icon_wink:

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by champion110 View Post
    We got em coming in! Spoon will fill the void. We said the same thing when Dowdell left. :icon_wink:
    I hope so!

    I define a true MVP by how truly valuable any player is to the team. AJ takes command! Last night we were getting KILLED on the boards. And then AJ took it upon herself to not depend on anyone, but herself. Her 14 rebounds is what won that game last night. Not her points....not JB's 21 pts....not TK's 21 pts....it was AJ getting tired of watching Fresno dominate the glass.

    That's what was needed to tilt that close game our way....and she delivered.

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by dawg80 View Post
    Whatta we gonna do next year without her?

    AJ is carrying this team to lofty heights.
    Quote Originally Posted by champion110 View Post
    We got em coming in! Spoon will fill the void. We said the same thing when Dowdell left. :icon_wink:
    Quote Originally Posted by dawg80 View Post
    I hope so!

    I define a true MVP by how truly valuable any player is to the team. AJ takes command! Last night we were getting KILLED on the boards. And then AJ took it upon herself to not depend on anyone, but herself. Her 14 rebounds is what won that game last night. Not her points....not JB's 21 pts....not TK's 21 pts....it was AJ getting tired of watching Fresno dominate the glass.

    That's what was needed to tilt that close game our way....and she delivered.
    I still don't quite understand where this gal was last year. Just the thought of not maximizing her skills along with Dowdell's last year makes me a tad bonkers.

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by TYLERTECHSAS View Post
    I still don't quite understand where this gal was last year. Just the thought of not maximizing her skills along with Dowdell's last year makes me a tad bonkers.
    Ray,
    She was POW several times last year. We went to our go-to player (the senior) the most, but Adrienne cleaned up many times. She was key last year with Dowdell. She just developed into a leader, worked hard, and took over this year.

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by champion110 View Post
    She was POW several times last year. We went to our go-to player (the senior) the most, but Adrienne cleaned up many times. She was key last year with Dowdell. She just developed into a leader, worked hard, and took over this year.
    Thank goodness she is who she is this year which is incredible!

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    Re: Adrienne All-American

    Quote Originally Posted by TYLERTECHSAS View Post
    I still don't quite understand where this gal was last year. Just the thought of not maximizing her skills along with Dowdell's last year makes me a tad bonkers.
    She was 1st Team All-WAC her sophomore and junior seasons.

    She was named to the All-WAC Defensive Team her sophomore and junior seasons.

    She was 1st Team All-Louisiana her sophomore and junior seasons.

    She will become only the third player in LA Tech history to average 15.0 points or more in three separate seasons (Pam Kelly, Elinor Griffin).

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