Career: Seven double figure scoring games ... Three double figure rebounding games ... One double double.
Junior (2005-06): Set a career-high 15 points on 7-of-8 shooting and had six rebs, one assist, one steal, one block in 26 minutes at Clemson ... In 27 minutes at No. 1 North Carolina, was 6-for-10 from the floor, tallied her first career double double (12 points, 10 rebs) ... Went 4-4 from the floor against Vanderbilt, had six rebounds and two assists ... Was 4-4 in second half against Clemson in ACC Tournament first round ... Posted career high of three blocks in win over Iowa State ... Career high of 13 rebounds against Georgia Tech ... Earned starting spot in place of Stansbury, started seven games ... Player of the game in win versus Dartmouth (Was perfect from floor, 5-5, 10 points, four rebs in 12 minutes) and at Clemson ... Posted back-to-back double figure games for first time in her career with her 10 points against Florida State and 11 points versus North Carolina in the ACC Tournament ... Team voted Most Improved Player, Team voted Best Team Supporter for a Starter, MVP 2005-06 Team.
Sophomore (2003-04): Shot 53.6 percent from the floor while averaging 5.5 minutes a game ... Made 15 -of- 28 shots taken ... Best game had eight points, four rebounds in nine minutes against North Carolina A&T ... Posted season-best seven rebounds in nine minutes versus UAB ... Team voted Best Team supporter non-starter ... Team MVP honor.
Freshman (2002-03): Went 36-59 (.610) overall. Played in 24 games. Saw time behind Chones as a center, averaged 11.1 mpg ... Had two double figure scoring games, including a high of 11 against Georgia Tech ... Rex Healthcare Player of the Game 1 Time: Maryland (1/25). n High School: Averaged 22.5 points and 18.4 rebounds per game in 2003 as she led her squad to a Region VII-AA title and a Class AA Lower State Semifinal appearance ... For her efforts she named the South Carolina AA State Player of the Year and was selected to participate in the South Carolina vs. North Carolina All-Star game ... In that game, she posted 18 points, 15 rebounds and four blocks on her way to becoming the game's Most Valuable Player ... Finished her career with a Mullins High School record 2,303 points and 1,800 rebounds. ... Three-time all-state and all-area honoree, two-time Region Player of the Year and four-time all-region selection ... Started all but one game of her 123 career appearances and led her team to a 110-13 record ... Player of the Year runner-up for AA state schools in South Carolina as a junior ... Named 2003 Miss Hoop Zone by WPTD-TV in Myrtle Beach and was runner-up the year before ... The Myrtle Beach Sun Times named her the Toast-of-the-Coast Player of the Year three consecutive times ... In the summer of 2002 Reaves was an adidas All-American ... Mullins HS team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior.
Personal: Sasha Amy Reaves ... She is the daughter of Debra Reaves ... Has one younger brother Jamorris ... Majoring in Sociology.
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