|Hometown:||Mercer Island, WA|
|High School:||Mercer Island|
|Parents:||Joel & Christa|
After two years in the program, she has played in 50 contests and has drawn 42 starting assignments ... Already figures prominently in a number of the school's career categories including the No. 4 spot with 115 three-point field goals ... Has knocked down 37.5 percent of her three-point opportunities, good for third place all-time at Emory ... 16th on the Eagles' all-time chart with 722 points and her 14.4 per-game scoring average is good for the No. 3 position ... 11th in steals average (1.5 spg) and is 12th in assists average (2.4 apg) ... No. 16 on Emory's career ladder with 272 field goals and ranks 13th in field goal percentage (.441) ... 36 outings of double-figure point production ... 31 performances of two or more three-point field goals.
Honor-filled campaign that saw her play in all 25 games, 20 in a starting capacity ... Brought home Honorable Mention All-America honors as selected by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association, the first Emory player since Alicia Moore (1998) to garner any All-America kudos ... First Team All-UAA selection and was chosen to the D3hoops.com All-South Region Second Team ... Produced a team- and UAA-leading 17.2 points-per-game scoring average with that mark ranking third on Emory's seasonal chart and 55th among all D-III players during the year ... Became the first Emory cager since Lynne Nester (1993-94) to top the UAA in scoring for conference games only ... Ranked among the league's top-10 performers in six categories ... Paced the UAA and ranked sixth nationally in three-point field goals per game (2.96 tpg) and her 41.6 percent showing from beyond the arc ranked first in the conference while placing 15th in D-III ... Successful on 46.9 percent (160-of-341) of her field goal attempts, second on the squad and eighth on the UAA chart ... 74 three-point field goals were the second-highest Emory seasonal mark, just one shy of tying Mandy Jackson's standard set during 1991-92 ... Recorded treys in 24 contests and totaled 18 performances of two or more triples including 14 of three or more ...Scored in double figures in 22 contests and came through with nine games of 20 or more points ... Led or shared for team's scoring honors in 11 games ... 431 total points were fourth most in school history ... Named the UAA Player of the Week and earned a spot on the D3hoops.com Team of the Week after averaging 25.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 5.0 steals in wins over Carnegie Mellon (Jan. 20) and Case Western (Jan. 22) ... Was the lone Emory player to scored in double digits and tallied a game-high 26 points, 18 coming in the first half, hitting on 10-of-17 from the field, including six-of-11 from beyond the arc, and chipped in five steals in a 59-55 win over Carnegie Mellon (Jan. 20) ... Followed that effort with a game-high 24 points, 20 in the second half, and five steals in a 68-56 verdict over Case Western (Jan. 22) -- her effort in that game vs. the Spartans represented her fourth straight outing of 20 or more points, the first Emory player to accomplish that feat since Mandy Jackson (1992) ... Notched a game-high 27 points, 17 in the second stanza, and tied the school's game record with seven three-point field goals in a 61-45 decision over Agnes Scott (Dec. 6) -- finished that game hitting 10-of-13 from the field, seven-of-eight from distance, and scored 12 straight points on four triples as part of a 14-0 Emory barrage that stretched a two-point lead into 16 with 6:57 left in the game ... Blitzed LaGrange College (Jan. 2) with a career-high 30 points (18 in the second half), knocking down 11-of-13 from the floor including another school-record tying seven triples in a 90-76 win -- her point total in that outing tied the school's eighth-highest individual game total and she scored the last seven points of an 11-0 surge that put the Eagles up by a 56-45 count with 14:50 left ... Named the UAA Player of the Week after averaging 21.0 points and shooting 66.7 percent (16-of-24) from the field in victories over Huntingdon (Dec. 28) and LaGrange (Jan. 2) ... Converted a career-high 12-of-18 field goal tries that tied the high-water mark by a conference player during the season en route to racking up a game-high 26 points, along with a career-high tying seven assists in a 98-70 triumph at Sewanee (Nov. 29) ... Scored 20 points during the opening half of play and finished with a game-high 23 points, sinking eight-of-14 from the floor including five-of-10 from distance at Case Western (Feb. 19) ... Had steals to her credit in 22 games and recorded multiple thefts on 10 occasions including six in the season opener at Oglethorpe (Nov. 15) that would eventually tie the top effort by an Emory player during the year ... Averaged 2.6 assists per game, second on the team and 11th in the UAA.
Outstanding first year with the Eagles, starting 22 of the team's 25 games ... Second Team All-UAA selection and was tabbed as the league's Rookie of the Year Award winner, just the second Emory player to earn that distinction (Stephanie Seibert, 2001) ... Named to the D3hoops.com All-South Region Second Team and was Region Rookie of the Year as chosen by that entity ... Chosen to the Jewish Sports Review Division II & III All-America Team ... Averaged 24.9 minutes per playing stint, second high on the team ... Paced the squad and ranked 12th on the UAA list in scoring (11.6 ppg) ... Posted 14 double-figure scoring contests (eight in UAA affairs), and she either led or shared for team scoring honors on seven occasions ... Eighth among UAA cagers with a 1.6 treys per-game average and was 10th in three-point field goal percentage (.318) ... Chalked up the team's top-two individual scoring performances of the season, 22 points in games vs. Piedmont (Dec. 4) and Sewanee (Nov. 19) ... Tied the school's single-game record for field goal percentage (.909), hitting 10-of-11 from the floor, including both trey opportunities, and also dished out a season-high seven assists vs. Sewanee (Nov. 19) in a 129-82 win ... Her performance vs. Piedmont saw her drain eight-of-12 from the floor, including a four-for-four effort from beyond the arc ... Came off the bench and topped the Eagles in scoring with 16 points, hitting six-of-eight from the field, including both of her three-point tries, in 19 minutes of action in a season-opening 94-74 triumph vs. Oglethorpe (Nov. 16) ... Most productive offensive effort in UAA action was an 18-point explosion (second high on the team) where she tied her season high with four triples ... Averaged 14.3 points and shot 44.8 percent (13-of-29) from three-point range over the last four games of the season ... Helped Emory to a 57-53 win at Case Western (Feb. 18) by tallying a team-high 15 points that included three key free throws over the last 13 seconds of the game ... 13 contests of two or more three-point field goals.
Four-year starter at Mercer Island High School where she played for Jamie Prescott ... Averaged 14.0 points and 3.0 assists per game as a senior in helping her squad to a KingCo league title and a sixth-place finish in the state's 3A Tournament ... The Islanders finished with a 22-7 won-lost mark her final campaign ... Served as team captain her junior and senior seasons ... First-team all-league pick her senior season ... Member of the All-KingCo All Star Team ... Miseed the majority of her junior season with a knee injury ... Captured Second-Team all-league acclaim as a sophomore after averaging 13.0 points amd 2.0 assists per outing ... Also played on the volleyball team for a couple of years.
Born October 8, 1991 ... Daughter of Joel and Christa Lilly ... Recipient of her high school's Coaches' Scholar-Athlete of the Year Award her senior year.
|Points||30||at LaGrange College, Jan. 2, 2012|
|27||at Agnes Scott College, Dec. 6, 2011|
|26||Carnegie Mellon, Jan. 20, 2012|
|26||at Sewanee, Nov. 29, 2011|
|Rebounds||7||University of Rochester, Jan. 7, 2012|
|Field Goals||12||at Sewanee, Nov. 29, 2011|
|11||at LaGrange College, Jan. 2, 2012|
|10||Carnegie Mellon, Jan. 20, 2012|
|10||at Agnes Scott College, Dec. 6, 2011|
|10||Sewanee, Nov. 19, 2010|
|3 pt. FGs||7||at LaGrange College, Jan. 2, 2012|
|7||at Agnes Scott College, Dec. 6, 2011|
|6||Carnegie Mellon, Jan. 20, 2012|
|Assists||7||at Sewanee, Nov. 29, 2011|
|7||LaGrange College, Nov. 23, 2011|
|7||Sewanee, Nov. 19, 2010|
|Steals||6||at Oglethorpe University, Nov. 15, 2011|
|Minutes||40||New York University, Feb. 10, 2012|
Quote: "Emory is the best fit for me academically and for basketball. It is a great school and I am excited to be here."