UW This Season: A returning two-year starter at the guard position...earned First Team All-MWC honors for the first time in her career in 2003-04...the Cowgirls leading honors candidate this season...an exciting player to watch, she brings a spark to the guard position and is an excellent defender...will look to move up in the Cowgirl record book.
Junior (2003-04): A First Team All-Mountain West Conference selection in 2003-04...started in all 29 games during season, while averaging 38.1 minutes per contest...led the team and was second in the conference in scoring with 16.9 points and was second on the team in assists with 3.2 per game...was also second with 1.6 steals and 4.9 rebounds per contest...shot 155-441 (.351) from the field, 79-224 (.353) from beyond the arc, along with a team leading 76.9 (100-130) free throw percentage...ranked third in free throw percentage, sixth in steals, seventh in assists and eighth in three-point field goal percentage in the MWC...in conference games, she ranked second in scoring, fifth in steals, sixth in free throw percentage, eighth in assists and 13th in three-point field goal percentage...recorded her first double-double of her career with 28 points and ten rebounds against San Diego State (2/21/04)...her ten rebounds tied a career high, along with her seven three-point field goals made...tied a career high with seven assists against Weber State (1/7/04)...had six assists against Cal State Northridge (12/30/03) and Navy (1/4/04), while scoring 20 and 28 points respectively...in a career high 43 minutes against Southern Utah (11/28/03), she recorded a career high 36 points, along with seven rebounds...was 13-26 (.500) from the field and 7-15 (.467) from beyond the arc...in that same game she also recorded four assists and four steals...her 36 points fell just one short of the all-time single game scoring record of 37 points by Amy Burnett set Feb. 25, 1995 against UTEP...tied Christine Fairless for second place on that same list who had 36 points against Northwestern on Jan. 3, 1987...scored a game high 21 points against Washington State (11/24/03) and Montana State Billings (12/13/03)...scored eight points in the first game of the season against Denver (11/22/03)...had double-figures in points in 20 of 29 games during the season...moved into third place all-time with 143 three point field goals made and fourth in three-point field goal attempts with 410, plus is 11th in assists with 218 in her career...also moved into a tie for 13th place in steals with 113 in her career...needs 53 points to reach 1,000 points for her career...an Academic All-MWC and Scholar Athlete selection for the third time in her career.
Sophomore (2002-03): Earned Honorable Mention All-MWC honors for the first time in her career...started in all 30 games on the season at the two-guard position, while averaging 32.1 minutes per game...finished second on the team in scoring with 11.3 points per game, which was tenth in the Mountain West Conference...also averaged 4.6 rebounds...was first on the team in assists (3.1 aspg) and third in steals (1.4 spg)...ranked fifth in assists and 15th in steals in the MWC...shot 37% (109-298) from the field and 37% (55-147) from beyond the arc, which led the team...also hit 83% (65-78) from the charity stripe, which is second on the team...ranked second in free throw percentage and sixth in three-point shooting in the MWC...in conference games, she ranked eighth in free throw percentage, 12th in assists, 16th in rebounding and 17th in scoring...earned MWC Player of the Week honors for Feb. 3, 2003, as she led the Cowgirls to a 69-64 overtime victory vs. Colorado State by scoring a season-high 24 points, including seven of the team's ten points in the extra period...shot 57% (8-14) from the field, 50% (4-8) from three-point territory and was perfect from the free throw line (4-4)...also added six rebounds and three assists...against San Diego State (3/5/03), she brought down a career high ten rebounds...in 37 minutes of play against Texas Tech (12/14/02), she recorded a career high seven assists along with chipping in 18 points...had a game high 20 points in the victory over Alaska-Fairbanks (11/29/02)...she was 6-7 (.857) from the three-point line and 7-10 (.700) from the field in that same game...earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Mt. McKinley Bank North Star Invitational...recorded double-figures in scoring in 19 of 30 games, which included a stretch of six in a row...an Academic All-MWC selection for the second year in a row.
Freshman (2001-02): Played in all 28 games off the bench in 2001-02, while averaging 12.1 minutes per game as a true freshman...started in the first game of her career against Brigham Young (1/12/02)...averaged 4.3 points, 1.5 rebounds, along with 1.2 assists per game...was tied for third on the team in steals (0.9 spg)...shot 90% (35-39) from the free throw line, which was one of the best percentages on the team...recorded a career high seven assists and five rebounds in the victory over Western New Mexico (1/1/02)...in a season high 28 minutes against Chicago State (2/19/02), she scored 19 points and had six steals...she was 5-9 from the field and a perfect 6-6 from the line in that same game...also had a career high two blocks against Nevada (12/1/01)...scored in double-figures three times during the year...a first time Academic All-MWC and Scholar-Athlete selection.
High School: An All-Region and All-State selection at Sinagua High School in Flagstaff, Ariz...led her team in almost every category, after averaging 20 points, five steals and five assists as a junior...helped her team to a Regional Tournament Championship in 1999...one of the top players in the state, she was picked by Reebok Women's Report as one of the top point guard prospects in the country...was coached by Jen Parker...a member of the honor roll throughout high school...recruited by Cal Poly, Northern Arizona and Washington State.
Personal: The youngest of four children of Richard and Mary Elliott...born April 5, 1983 in Flagstaff, Ariz...has three older brothers...majoring in business administration.