Ranks among OU’s all-time and single-season best in three-pointers made, attempted and accuracy ... hit 39.7 percent of her treys last year to rank fifth best on the career list ... appears 14th and 15th on the all-time charts with 50 threes made and 126 attempted in just one season ... was an immediate contributor to last year’s success ... has a natural feel for the game ... a three-point specialist who has quick hands and feet ... has great defensive instincts .... is an explosive offensive player who provides energy on the floor ... is a catalyst for the team.
As A Junior — 2000-01
Averaged 8.4 points, 1.8 assists and 3.1 rebounds per game ... one of only four players to play in all 34 games ... was named to the All-Big 12 Tournament team after leading OU in scoring with 14.3 ppg and a team-best 50.0 percent from the three-point line (12-of-24) ... also averaged 5.7 rebounds and shot 48.3 percent from the field (14-of-29) in OU’s run to the Big 12 title game ... had a solid NCAA Tournament, contributing 9.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game plus shot 80 percent from the foul line (8-of-10) ... scored in double figures 13 times ... pocketed 28 steals over the last 17 games compared to 12 steals in her first 17 games as a Sooner ... had 13 games with 50-percent-or-better shooting from the three-point line ... ranked third on the team with a 39.7 percent three-point field goal percentage (50-of-126) ... also finished fourth on the team in points per game (8.4 ppg), assists (1.8 ) and steals (1.2) ... averaged 1.5 treys per game ... had team highs of 16 points and six rebounds against Oklahoma State (Feb .24) to help clinch the Big 12 regular season title ... had a stellar game at North Carolina (Jan. 21), matching her career high of 19 points with the help of a personal-best 5-of-9 performance from beyond the arc ... came off the bench to provide a spark at the Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge (Nov. 22 & 24) ... had her first 19-point game against Wisconsin, hitting 6-of-12 field goals and played a career-high 31 minutes ... was flawless against Kansas (Jan .24), hitting all three shots from the field, including two three-pointers and was 2-of-2 from the foul line for 10 points ... also had three rebounds, two assists and one steal vs. KU ... hit five threes in two different games.
At Northeastern Oklahoma — 1998-2000
Named to the National Junior College Athletic Association All-America team as a sophomore ... was a two-time All-Bi-State Athletic Conference selection ... led the team in scoring for two years ... named NEO’s Offensive Player of the Year and MVP in 2000 ... also earned region player of the year honors that same season ... averaged 17.1 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.9 steals as a sophomore ... also averaged 11.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.4 steals per game as a freshman ... set NEO’s single-season records for most three-pointers made (115) and attempted (280) in 2000 ... also established a single game record for most three-pointers made with eight against three different teams, bettering her freshman record of seven made treys ... guided team to an overall record of 33-4 and a fourth-place finish at the NJCAA Tournament ... team produced an 18-2 Bi-State Athletic Conference mark and finished first in the Bi-State Eastern Division at 8-2 ... shot a team-high 39 percent from the three-point line, hitting 75-of-190 attempts as a rookie.
Averaged 16.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 5.0 steals and 4.0 assists as a senior ... was the team’s leading scorer for three consecutive years and named the team’s MVP as a junior and senior ... voted to the all-conference team and earned All-State honorable mention accolades as a senior ... holds the school record for most rebounds, steals and three-pointers made in a game ... ranks third on the school’s all-time list for rebounds ... was a four-year letterwinner for Head Coach Kenneth Williams at Milwaukee Tech ... also played softball for one season.
Majoring in sociology ... born in Milwaukee, Wis., on Jan. 17, 1980 ... daughter of Pamela and Willie Collins ... is the oldest of three children ... has two younger brothers, Spencer Ross (17) and Kenneth Collins (9).
Ross' Career Highs
|Points||19 twice, last at North Carolina (1/21/01)|
|Rebounds||7 twice, last vs. Iowa State (3/10/01)|
|Offensive Rebounds||4 vs. Oral Roberts (3/17/01)|
|Defensive Rebounds||7 vs. Iowa State (3/10/01)|
|Field Goals Made||6 four times, last at Colorado (3/10/01)|
|Field Goals Attempted||14 vs. Colorado (3/8/01)|
|3-pt. Field Goals Made||5 twice, last vs. Colorado (3/8/01)|
|3-pt. Field Goals Attempted||12 vs. Colorado (3/8/01)|
|Free Throws Made||7 vs. SW Missouri State (12/1/00)|
|Free Throws Attempted||7 three times, last at Texas A&M (1/31/01)|
|Assists||5 twice, last vs. Iowa State (3/10/01)|
|Steals||6 vs. Missouri (2/3/01)|
|Blocked Shots||1 four times, last at Texas A&M (1/31/01)|
|Minutes Played||34 vs. Oral Roberts (3/17/01)|
Ross' Career Statistics