|Born:||May 14, 1990|
|Hometown:||North Potomac, MD|
|Major:||Neuroscience & Behavioral Biology|
|Parents:||Richard & Elizabeth|
Finished off her four-year stint as an Eagle by playing in a total of 91 contests, 12 as a starter ... Posted double-figure scoring in 28 games ... Ranks second all-time at Emory with an 82.8 percent mark in free throw shooting (120-of-145) ... Her 76 three-point field goals is good for the No. 8 spot on the Eagles' all-time list ... 10th on the school's career ladder in three-point field goal percentage (.315).
Saw action off the bench in 24 of the 25 games she saw action in ... Averaged 19.4 minutes per playing stint and was fifth on the club's scoring list with a 7.4 per-game average ... Second on the team with 29 three-point field goals ... Was successful on 41.4 percent (29-of-70) of her triple tries, second on both the team's and UAA's lists and good for the No. 4 slot on the Eagles' seasonal chart ... Established a school seasonal mark by converting 93.5 percent (43-of-46) of her free throw attempts ... Registered nine games of double-digit point production ... Topped all players with a career-high 21 points, sinking seven-of-12 from the floor, including a career-best five-of-eight from beyond the arc, in an overtime battle at No. 7 Washington University (Jan. 29) ... One of four Emory double-figure scorers with her 12 points coming on four-of-seven three-point shooting in an 83-60 verdict at Carnegie Mellon (Feb. 17) ... Eight outings of two or more three pointers ... Squad's second-high scorer with 14 points on five-of-nine shooting from the field that included four treys, the final coming with 2:12 on the clock that pulled Emory into a 72-72 tied in the season opener vs. Oglethorpe (Nov. 15) ... Drained five-of-six field goal tries, including both three-point opportunities, and totaled 12 points in just 16 minutes vs. Covenant College (Nov. 21) ... Was successful on her first 18 free throw attempts of the season ... Second on the team with a career-high eight boards vs. Sewanee (Nov. 12) while also chipping in a dozen points ... Lone start of the year was a season-long 31-minute outing at LaGrange (Jan. 2) where she dished out a career-high five assists while scoring seven points.
Played in 24 games, five in a starting capacity ... Averaged 18.7 minutes and 6.5 points per outing with her scoring average ranking fifth on the squad ... Notched double-digit scoring in six games ... Led the team in scoring on two occasions ... Tossed in 7.4 points per outing in UAA games and stood ninth on the league ladder with a 37.0 percent mark (17-of-46) from three-point range ... Registered six contests of two or more treys ... Topped the squad with a season-high tying 14 points, sinking five-of-nine from the field, including three-of-five from beyond the arc, in helping the Eagles to a 72-55 win over Brandeis (Feb. 4) ... Chalked up a team-best 14 points and contributed a career-high tying three steals vs. Chicago (Feb. 13) ... Came off the bench and logged a team-long 28 minutes and was second high on the club with 12 points, converting four-of-eight from the field, including three-of-six from three-point range, vs. Chicago (Jan. 16) ... Chipped in 10 points, second high on the team, knocking down four-of-five from the floor, converting four-of-five from the field and two-of-two from distance, and recorded two steals in a 57-53 triumph at Case Western (Feb. 18).
Enjoyed a productive season, playing in all 25 games and earning six starts ... Averaged 21.0 minutes and 8.2 points per contest, good for the No. 3 spot on the team ... Led the squad with an 85.7 percent mark (42-of-49) from the free throw line, good for sixth place on the school's seasonal chart ... Notched double-figure scoring on 13 occasions ... Led or shared for team scoring honors in four outings ... Hit seven-of-12 from the floor and totaled a season-high 16 points vs. Agnes Scott (Jan. 16) in a 68-64 win, including a basket with two seconds left in regulation that knotted the game and forced the extra session ... Second high on the club with 15 points vs. Sewanee (Nov. 30), sinking five-of-11 from the field, including a season high four-of-eight from three-point range ... Also established career bests in rebounds (7) and assists (4) in that game against Sewanee ... Led all Eagles with 25 treys ... Scored 10 of her team-high 15 points in the opening half vs. Birmingham Southern (Dec. 29) and finished the contest knocking down six-of-10 from the floor along with all three of her free throw attempts in a 63-56 triumph ... Enjoyed an eight-game streak of three-point field goals (Jan. 8 - Jan. 31) ... Chipped in 12 points, converting four-of-seven from the floor, along with a pair of free throws, in a 73-65 win at Brandeis (Jan. 24).
Saw action as a reserve in 17 games ... Averaged 5.5 minutes per playing stint ... Recorded a season-high five points against Huntingdon (Jan. 3) ... Longest outing was a 17-minute performance vs. NYU (Jan. 23) ... Scored in eight contests.
Four-year member of the varsity basketball program at Wootton High School ... Was coached by Maggie Dyer ... Served as her team's co-captain her senior season ... Tossed in 14.2 points and averaged 3.0 assists per game her final year en route to Second Team All-Gazette Montgomery County honors ... Helped her squad to an 18-6 won-lost record that included a 4A West Division championship ... Landed a spot on the Washington Post's Montgomery County 4A First Team ... Competed in the Elite Senior All-Star Game ... Captured All-America honors during the AAU National Tournament in the summer of 2008 ... Played on the varsity softball team for three years and played in the Elite Senior All-Star Game ... Was the recipient of the Sportsmanship Award in softball on two occasions ... Helped her softball squad to a 15-5 record her final campaign.
Personal: Born May 14, 1990 ... Daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Feldman.
|Points||21||at Washington University, Jan. 29, 2012|
|16||at Agnes Scott, Jan. 16, 2010|
|Rebounds||8||at Sewanee, Nov. 29, 2011|
|Field Goals||7||at Washington University, Jan. 29, 2012|
|7||at Agnes Scott, Jan. 16, 2010|
|3 pt. FGs||5||at Washington University, Jan. 29, 2012|
|4||at Carnegie Mellon, Feb. 17, 2012|
|4||at Oglethorpe, Nov. 15, 2011|
|4||at Sewanee, Nov. 30, 2009|
|Assists||5||at LaGrange, Jan. 2, 2012|
|Steals||3||on two occasions|
|Minutes||34||at Sewanee, Nov. 30, 2009|
"I chose Emory because it provides a competitive academic environment where I can learn and excel. the basketball program is strong and I know that I will be able to develop my skills. It is a perfect fit."