Career: Two-time All-ACC Selection (2005, 2006) ... Averaged 11.5 ppg, 6.8 rpg and 1.68 blocks per game ... Shot 51.8 percent from the floor ... Led team in scoring, blocks and feld goal percentage both seasons ... 37 double figure scoring games ... 12 Double figure rebounding games ... 10 Double-Doubles ... 7, 20-point games ... Ranked 7th all-time for blocks in a career (99) at NC State, but did so in two seasons ... Just one of seven players in NC State history to record 6 or more blocks in a game, and just the third player to do it twice in a career ... Started 49 of 59 games played ... Honors include: 2005 Freeport Division of Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament Team , 2005 NC State Tournament All-Tournament team, 2006 NCAA Player of the Game against Tulsa in First Round of NCAA Tournament, 2004 MVP of two tournaments, the Paradise Jam St. Thomas Division and St. Peter's Classic, 2005 ACC Player of the Game, NC State State Farm Player of the Game 10 times, 2005 USA Basketball Women's National Team Tryouts participant.
Senior (2005-06): Preseason Wade Watch List ... Led team in scoring average, 11.5 ppg, blocks, 48 total and FG pct., 52.7 (147-279) ... Posted 71 percent or better in five games (season-best 85.7, 6-7, vs. VaTech, 72.7, 8-11 vs. Clemson, 78.6 percent, 11-14 against Del. State and 71.4 ,5-7, versus Arkansas State and at Boston College) ... 19 double figure scoring games, four double figure rebounding games ... Had three double figure scoring games in last 10 games and had no points for first time in her career at NC State in the game versus Georgia Tech ... Three double doubles ... Posted season-high 23 points in win over Delaware State, had three, 20-point games (seven for her career) ... Led team in blocks with 48 - tied career high with 6 in a game versus BC ... Averaged 1.60 blocks a game and 1.62 in ACC games ... Set a career-high six assists versus Dartmouth ... Ranked 23rd in ACC in scoring (11.5), 14th in rebounding (6.6), 10th in FG pct. (52.7), 7th in blocks (1.60), 5th in offensive rebounds (2.9) ... Started first 20 games of the season and then in last 10 games had just one start (the senior game - last home game) ... Named to Freeport Division of Junkanoo Jam All-Tournament Team ... NC State Tournament All-Tournament team ... Missed game at UNC on Feb. 2, for disciplinary reasons ... NCAA Player of the Game against Tulsa in First Round of NCAA Tournament ... State Farm Player of the Game vs. Liberty, Delaware State, Brigham Young, George Washington, at Wake Forest and vs. Tulsa in NCAA Tournament.
Junior (2004-05): Second team All-ACC ... Led team in scoring with 11.6 ppg overall, 335 total points ... Led the team in field goal percentage with 51.0 percent, also ranked 50th in the nation and fifth in the ACC ... Shot 50 percent or better in 18 games (nine versus ACC teams) and over 60 percent in 10 games ... Among ACC leaders for all games in scoring (20th, 11.6 ppg), field goal percentage (5th, 51.0%), rebounding (10th, 7.0 rpg), blocks (3rd, 1.76 bpg) and offensive rebounds (2nd, 3.62) ... Among the ACC leaders for conference games only (scoring (25th, 11.1 ppg), field goal percentage (9th, 47.9%), rebounding (6.3 rpg), blocks (3rd, 1.79 bpg) and offensive rebounds (4th, 3.21 rpg) ... Teambest 151 field goals made ... Team-best 51 blocks ... Had four, 20+ point games and 8 double figure rebounding performances ... Led the team in scoring six times, in blocks 20 times and in rebounds 10 times ... Just one of seven players in NC State history to record 6 or more blocks in a game ... 6th all-time at NC State for 51 blocks in season ... MVP of two tournaments, the Paradise Jam St. Thomas Division and St. Peter's Classic ... State Farm's NC State player of the game four times: Tennessee, South Carolina, St. Peter's and Wake Forest ... ACC's Chick-Fil-A Player of the Game at #16 Maryland ... Team voted Most Outstanding Player ... Team MVP honor ... Given H.C. Kennett Honor, awarded annually to NC State's top athlete male and female ... USA Basketball Women's National Team Tryouts participant.
Gulf Coast CC: Was a two-year starter with GCCC ... As sophomore averaged 13.9 ppg and 11.2 rpg as a ... Honored with the State Farm/WBCA National Junior College Player of the Year award ... NJCAA First Team Kodak All-American ... FCCAA (Florida Community College Athletic Assoc.) All-Tournament Team ... Gulf Coast Community College Tournament MVP ... FCCAA and Panhandle Player of the Year ... Panhandle All-Conference ... FCCAA All-State and NJCAA All Region VIII Team ... NJCAA State Player of the Year ... NJCAA All-Tournament Team ... Team finished ranked No. 2 in the country, 34-2 record and was the National Runnerup ... Averaged 18.5 ppg during the 2003 NJCAA National Championship run, which was second among all players and led the same group in rebounding, 10.5 rpg ... 2003 NJCAA National Champion ... As a freshman was named to the FCCAA Panhandle All-Conference and All-Freshman teams after helping her team to a NJCAA National Championship ... Was named to NJCAA All-Tournament team ... Set the school record for rebounds in a season with 403 ... Had a career-high 28 points in her freshman year and a career-high 21 rebounds her sophomore season ... Also led her team in points, rebounds and blocks (2.74 bpg) as a senior ... Averaged a 52.4 shooting percentage over her two years, the best in GCCC ... She lost just two games in her JUCO career, finished with a combined record of 68-2 record, which included a perfect 34-0 freshman season. n High School: Four year letterwinnner at Riverdale Baptist ... During that time led her team to four-straight National Association of Christian Athletes Championships ... Averaged 15.6 ppg, 14.8 rpg and 5 bpg ... Team MVP as a junior and senior ... Named to Washington Post First Team ... Was a two-time first team All-Metro, first team all-county, first team All-Gazette and was the MVP of the IAABO Tournament as a sophomore.
Personal: Tiffany Renee´ Stansbury ... Brothers are Terrance Ferrare and Solly Stansbury and has a sister Amber Beckford ... Mother, Ingrid Campbell ran track for Temple and father Terence Stansbury played basketball for Temple ... Father also played three seasons in the NBA with Indiana (2 yrs.) and Seattle (1 yr.) and also professionally in Europe - Belgium, France, Greece and Netherlands ... Competed in the 1984-85 and 1986-87 Slam Dunk Contests with Erving, Wilkins, Drexler and Jordan ... Majoring in Sociology.
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