Senior (2002-03): One of two NC State players who averaged double figures with her 10.6 ppg overall and 10.5 in ACC games ... named Honorable Mention All-ACC ... ranked 14th in the ACC in scoring ... became the 22nd NC State player to reach 1,000 career points ... led the team in free throw percentage with 78.6 (77-98), which was fourth in the ACC ... was second in total points with 287 ... in 27 games, made nine starts and averaged 20.6 minutes off the bench to become just one of two ACC players with 1,000 career points, coming off the bench ... ranks 14th all-time in career free throws made with 250, ninth all-time in free throw pct. in a season with .786 and fifth all-time for career free throw pct. with .727 ... Rex Hospital Player of the Game five times (Loyola Marymount, Washington, Florida State, Virginia and Georgia Tech).
Junior (2001-02): Got off to a quick start, leading the team in scoring in nine of the first 13 games ... Earned honorable mention All-ACC honors ... Posted a double-double to lead the Pack past nationally-ranked George Washington ... Selected MVP of the GlaxoSmithKline Invitational after leading NC State to the title with averages of 20 points and seven rebounds ... Earned all-tournament team in the Cancun Tournament ... Ranked as the team?s leading scorer and rebounder before suffering a severely sprained ankle on Jan. 6 versus Georgia Tech ... Missed three weeks of action following the injury and struggled to regain her early season form ... Ranked second on the team in scoring (10.6) and third in rebounding (4.8).
Sophomore (2000-01): Quickly established herself as a force in the paint and earned a starting spot for the Wolfpack ... Garnered her first All-ACC honor, being named to the 2nd team All-ACC squad ... Scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Wolfpack to a 68-64 victory over Villanova in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Led NC State to the championship game of the ACC Tournament by averaging 17.3 points and 10.0 rebounds ... Selected to the ACC All-Tournament first team ... Was named to the GlaxoWellcome All-Tournament team in November after scoring 32 points and grabbing 15 rebounds in the two contests off the bench ... Entered the starting lineup in the Wahine Classic and was once again named to the All-Tournament Team with 38 points and 21 rebounds in the three games ... Earned her first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds against Northern Illinois in the first round of the Wahine Classic ... Scored in double figures in all but two games this season ... Ranked as the team?s leading scorer (14.9) and rebounder (7.1) ... Led the ACC in field goal percentage (.518) and ranks top ten in scoring and rebounding ... Shot over 50% in 17 contests on the year ... Posted a team-high six double-doubles on the season ... In her first career ACC start, she hit nine of 13 field goals and five of six free throws to score 23 points and also contributed eight rebounds and three steals in the 77-63 victory ... Poured in a career-high 29 points in a 85-66 win over Florida State by hitting 13 of 15 field goals ... Contributed a double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds in a 71-56 victory over Virginia on Feb. 1 ... Ranked second on the team with 43 steals on the year.
Freshman (1999-2000): Played in 13 games this season ... Missed three weeks of action in late January/early February with a strained MCL in her left knee ... Came off the bench against Kansas State in the Cancun Tournament to score a career high six points on 3 of 7 shooting to help NC State to a 73-72 victory ... Twice this season grabbed a career high four rebounds - against Southern Mississippi in the NC State Tournament and versus Miami in the Orange Bowl Fab Four Classic ... Added four points to her four boards against Miami in just six minutes of action.
High School: Averaged 18.0 points and 11.5 rebounds her junior season while leading her team to a 27-1 record and the state championship ... Voted MVP of the 4A state championship game ... Named the USA Today/Gatorade Player of the Year in North Carolina following her junior season ... Selected a Street & Smith?s honorable mention All-American in 1998 and 1999 ... Scored 17.9 points per game and 9.6 rebounds her senior year ... Big East Conference Player of the Year and was also named to the regional all-tournament team ... Named to the North/South Carolina all-star team ... Named MVP of the East/West all-star game after contributing 16 points, six rebounds in leading the East to a 51-47 victory ... Participated in the Junior Olympics.
Personal: Carisse Lynell Moody ... Born September 15, 1981 ... Daughter of Robert and Carol Moody ... Majoring in zoology (pre-med).
2002-03 Season Highs