2004-05: Tall, versatile guard who played the best basketball of her career as a senior...was the co-winner of ASU's Most Improved Award at the season-end banquet...earned honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Academic accolades for the second time in her career...appeared in all 34 games (two starts) in 2004-05 and a total of 122 contests in her career...averaged career highs in scoring (2.4 points per game), rebounding (2.0), assists (1.4) and steals (0.9)...made 50.0 percent of her attempts from the field as a senior (33-66)...scored a career-best 11 points on 5-of-5 shooting Feb. 26 on Senior Day vs. Washington State...also had a season-high four steals in that game vs. the Cougars...matched her career-best six assists (with just one turnover) Nov. 27 vs. Prairie View A&M...turned in one of the most complete games of her career with seven points, five rebounds, five assists and two steals Feb. 24 vs. Washington...pulled down a season-high six rebounds twice (Feb. 10 vs. UCLA and Feb. 12 vs. UCLA)...had five points, two rebounds and two assists in ASU's NCAA first-round win over Eastern Kentucky on March 19...helped the Sun Devils to postseason appearances in all four of her seasons, including NCAA bids in 2002 and 2005...Maroon & Gold Scholar-Athlete...also helped the team to the 2002 Pac-10 Tournament title.
2003-04: Earned honorable-mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors...saw action in all 29 games...averaged 1.3 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.9 assists in 7.9 minutes per game...scored a season-high six points on two occasions (vs. Grambling State on Nov. 23 and at Holy Cross on Dec. 20)...also had three steals in that Holy Cross game...dished out a career-best six assists (with only one turnover) in 12 minutes vs. Cal on Feb. 5...grabbed a career-best eight rebounds and added three steals in 14 minutes on Feb. 12 at USC...averaged 1.6 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.6 assists in Australia.
2002-03: Played in all 30 games, averaging 11.5 minutes per game...doubled her averages from the previous year with 2.0 points and 1.5 rebounds per game...also added 1.0 assists per game...finished fourth on the team with 10 blocked shots...led the team with a then career-high five assists Feb. 14 at USC...turned in a season-high eight points on two occasions (Nov. 30 vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee and again Dec. 9 vs. Denver...pulled down a season-high six rebounds in a Feb. 27 win over California...blocked a pair of shots against UCLA on Jan. 16...had a season-best five steals in ASU's Wells Fargo Holiday Classic championship game win over Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Nov. 30...played for the Calgary Out West provincial basketball team during a summer tour in Australia.
2001-02: Played in 29 games, averaging 8.1 minutes per game...averaged 1.3 points, 1.1 assists and 0.8 rebounds per game in limited action...tallied 33 assists on the year...scored seven points in a Nov. 26 win over Richmond at the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas...had six points, knocking down all three of her attempts, Nov. 24 vs. Western Michigan...turned in four assists vs. the Broncos...grabbed three rebounds on three occasions, including three in a Feb. 7 victory at Washington State...also had two steals in two games, last at UCLA on Dec. 17.
High School: A 2001 graduate of George McDougall High School in Airdrie, Alberta, Canada...the 2001 Alberta 3A Player of the Year...was the starting point guard for Basketball Alberta's Junior Women's Provincial Team which represented Alberta in the 2001 Canada Summer Games in London, Ontario...led her team to the best season in school history, winning the 3A Provincial Basketball Championship gold medal, turning in a 39-4 record and capturing eight tournament titles...was the MVP and top scorer in the Rockyview School Division for the second consecutive year...became the first student-athlete to win the Most Valuable Player and Athlete of the Year awards at McDougall HS for four consecutive years...earned MVP awards at eight tournaments in 2001...was also honored with the 2001 Calgary Herald "Class Act" award for McDougall High School...named a first-team All-Alberta selection and the best point guard in the province by Alberta Sporting Youth magazine...broke all of the school's career and single-season records...her team turned in a 100-18 record in her three years...averaged 25.3 points, 7.7 assists, 9.2 steals and 6.2 rebounds per game as a senior...also shot 52.4 percent from the field, 41.6 percent from three-point land and 71.8 percent from the free throw line...once scored 51 points and hit eight three-pointers in a game...a two-time participant at the Nike All-Canada Camp, one of 70 players from across the country invited each year...was invited to try out for the Canadian Junior Women's National Team...served as team captain in basketball as a senior...also lettered four years in volleyball and was a team captain as a senior...was a league all-star in volleyball, helping her team to wins in every tournament it entered, gold medals in the division and the zone and a fourth-place finish in the province...coached by Joe McLachlin in basketball.
Personal: Will graduate with her degree in secondary education/physical education in 2005 and plans to teach overseas....the daughter of Ritchie (account executive) and Catherine (real estate agent) Stagg of Airdrie, Alberta...has two sisters, Katy (25) and Carly (23), and a brother, Christopher (19)...lists coming back from a 27-9 deficit to win the 2001 3A Provincial Championship 58-54 (she scored 28 points in the second half) as her most exciting sports experience... coached 5- to 8-year-old children in the STARS basketball program...enjoys hiking, camping and mountain biking...born Nov. 10, 1983 in Calgary, Alberta...full name is Lauren Nicole Stagg.