Was one of six Sun Devils who played in all 35 games (17.0 minutes per game).
Finished seventh in the Pac-10 in field goal percentage (.487).
Scored in double figures 10 times, including a season-best 19 points at Oregon (Jan. 10).
Averaged 9.3 points and made 57 percent of her field goal attempts (16-28) in the 2009 NCAA Tournament.
Posted a near double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds in win vs. UC Irvine (Dec. 6).
Scored eight of her 10 points in the second half of 54-53 loss vs. Cal (Jan. 4).
Poured in a season-best 19 points (9-13 FGs) and had five rebounds in win at Oregon (Jan. 10).
Pulled down a season-best 10 rebounds to go along with 10 points in win over USC (Jan. 17).
Led the team with nine rebounds in win vs. Washington (Feb. 26).
Scored 14 points and tied for the team lead in rebounds (7) in Pac-10 Tournament quarterfinal against USC.
Tied for the team lead with 12 points (5-7 FGs) in ASU's NCAA Tournament first round win over Georgia (Mar. 21).
Was nearly perfect from the field making 7-of-8 field goals and scoring 14 points in ASU's Trenton Regional semifinal win over Texas A&M (Mar. 29).
2008 All-Pac-10 Second Team
Concluded the season as ASU's leading scorer (12.6 ppg, 10th in the Pac 10) while finishing second in rebounding (5.7 rpg, 11th in the Pac-10). Also finished second on the team and eighth in the Pac-10 in FG pct. (.493).
Led or tied for the team lead in scoring nine times andin rebounding 13 times.
Scored in double figures 25 times, including five games of 20 or more points, and grabbed 10 or more rebounds four times, including a career-best11 vs. Washington (Feb. 24).
Led ASU with 19 points in its win over Iowa (Nov. 23) and would surpass that total with 20 against Auburn (Dec. 2).
She would once again exceed her single-game career-best with a 23-point performance at Oregon (Jan. 3).
Came off the bench to lead ASU with 20 points to go along witheight rebounds in win at Washington (Jan. 24).
Led ASU with 20 points on 8-11 shooting in win vs. Oregon State (Jan. 31).
Established a new single-game career best for three-point field goals, hitting all three of her attempts, and scoring 11 points at Stanford (Feb. 16).
Was named the Pac-10's Player of the Week after averaging 18.5 points, 7.5 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.5 steals while connecting on nearly 73 percent (16-22) of her field goal attempts in ASU's wins over Washington State (Feb. 21) and Washington (Feb. 24).
Scored 14 points and pulled down six rebounds in win at USC (Mar. 1). Was 4-7 from the field including 3-3 from three-point range which tied her career best.
Averaged 13.5 points (52.4 FG pct.) and 4.5 rebounds in ASU's two NCAA Tournament contests vs. Temple
(Mar. 23) and Duke (Mar. 25).
2005-06 (University of Minnesota)
Played in 28 games and averaged 5.1 points and 2.0 rebounds for the Golden Gophers, who were a 2006 NCAA Tournament participant.
Scored in double figures six times in 2005-06, including a career-best 16 points in a victory vs. No. 9/12 Michigan State (1/15/06).
Tallied 12 points with 3 blocks and 2 steals in 15 minutes vs. No. 21 New Mexico.
Matched her career high with six rebounds in Big Ten Tournament game versus Indiana.
Averaged 13.0 points and 5.0 rebounds during the Subway Classic.
Solid outing produced 14 points vs. No. 11/9 Stanford (Nov. 20).
Scored 12 points in season opener vs. San Francisco (Nov. 19).
2004-05 (University of Minnesota)
Played in 24 games in her rookie season with the Golden Gophers, averaging 3.2 points and 1.4 rebounds per game.
Tallied two points and an assist in her first NCAA Tournament game versus St. Francis.
Hit on 55.6 percent (20-36) of her field goal attempts against Big Ten competition.
Went 3-of-3 for 6 points and dished out a career-high two assists in win over Illinois.
Tied her career high scoring eight points in just seven minutes versus Michigan.
Contributed six points and a career-high five rebounds in a win over Detroit.
Scored a career-high eight points in a win over Arkansas State.
Scored the first points of her collegiate career (six) in her second game versus Washington.
A 2004 graduate of Marian Catholic High School in Olympia Fields, Ill., where she finished her high school career with more than 1,800 points and more than 600 rebounds in helping lead Marian Catholic to a 108-22 record over a four-span.
A two-time Street & Smith High School All-American, Adidas High School All-American and a member of the 2004 USA Youth Development Festival Team.
Was a two-time first-team all-state selection by the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association and was three-time first-team all-state on honor squad of the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun Times.
Earned WBCA National Honorable Mention acclaim as a senior.
Averaged 20.0 points and 5.3 rebounds in leading Marian to a 27-8 overall record and a fourth-place finish in the IHSA Class AA Tournament .
Shot a career-best 65 percent from the floor as a junior, averaging 18.5 points and6.3 rebounds.
Led team to a 29-4 record in 2002-03 and advanced to the elite eight of thestate tourney.
Helped Marian to a state runner-up finish and 31-2 record her sophomore season.
Team was ranked No. 18 nationally by USA Today.
2001-02 averages were 13.7 points and 5.9 rebounds.
A three-time East Suburban Catholic Conference honoree.
Named to ESCC Player of the Year honors by the Illinois Times and The Star newspapers as a senior.
High school coach was Shannon Reidy.
Earned her BIS Interdisciplinary Studies(Mass Communications and English).
The daughter of Roy (family practice doctor) and Iraetta Lacey (psychologist) of Olympia Fields, Illinois.
Has an older sister, Alina (28) and an older brother, Roy Jr. (25).
Lists placing second at nationals for AAU as her most excitingsports experience.
Born Sept. 20, 1986 in Blue Island, Illinois.
Full name is Lauren Delorous Lacey.