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Published on Apr 9, 2009

Google Her Name to see MORE!! D'LESHA LLOYD
In 2006-2007: Became an everyday starter in 2006-07 and took full advantage of the increased responsibilities ...improved all aspects of her game while switching to the four position full-time ...voted as the Most Valuable Player by her teammates ...led the Lady Tigers with a 14.4 scoring average ...the 14.4 points per game also ranked 12th in the ACC ... averaged 6.5 rebounds per game, second-best on the team and 15th in the conference ...scored in double figures in 24 games in 2006-07, including a stretch of 16 straight ...streak was the longest since Chrissy Floyd's 19 consecutive during the 2003-04 season ...posted the highest scoring total for a Lady Tiger in 2006-07 when she scored 29 against St. John's in the Dead River Company Classic in Orono, ME on Nov. 24 ...was 14-of-22 from the field in that game ...the 14 made field goals were the most of any ACC player during the entire season ...recorded higher season statistics than in either of her previous two seasons in field goals made (188), field goal percentage (.455), free throw percentage (.737), rebounding (6.5 rpg), assists (43), blocks (13) and steals (60) ...also improved in terms of turnovers, committing just 57 in Clemson's 30 games ...had previously averaged 2.63 per game ...her free throw percentage was tops on the team for players attempting at least 30 foul shots ...started 29 of 30 games during the 2006-07 season ...averaged 26.3 minutes per game ...after totaling 29 points against St. John's on Nov. 24, was held under 10 points in just three games the remainder of the season ...game was just her second double-double as she tied a then-career high with 13 rebounds against the Red Storm ...St. John's contest started her 16-game double-figure scoring stretch ...followed with a 16-point performance against Maine in the championship of the tournament ...was named to the Dead River Company Classic all-tournament team ...then had her second double-double of the season with 16 points and 13 rebounds against Furman on Nov. 29 ...stretch then included 16 points against Vanderbilt on Dec. 3; 12 at James Madison on Dec. 6; 10 versus Kennesaw State on Dec. 10; 10 at Tennessee Tech on Dec. 17; 25 in win over Dayton on Dec. 19; 26 against Wofford on Dec. 22; 23 at Duquesne on Dec. 29; 21 against Charlotte on Jan. 2; 17 at Wake Forest on Jan. 5; 18 versus Georgia Tech on Jan. 7; 12 against #2 North Carolina on Jan. 11; 17 against Florida State on Jan. 18; and 10 at Boston College on Jan. 21 ...streak was ended against #3 Maryland on Jan. 25 as she had just six points ...four of those games were also double-doubles ...had 11 rebounds in Kennesaw State and Wofford contests ...collected 13 against Dayton ...set a personal best with 14 boards against Charlotte ...also scored at least 10 points against Charleston on Nov. 13; Miami on Jan. 28 (12); at #1 Duke on Feb. 5 (14); versus Virginia Tech on Feb. 11 (17); against Wake Forest on Feb. 15 (10); at Florida State on Feb. 22; and in the regular season finale against Virginia on Feb. 25 (18) ...also scored in double figures in Clemson's ACC Tournament game against the Cavaliers with a team-best 23 ...game was her seventh double-double of the season as she also led the Lady Tigers with 11 rebounds ...was 10-for-18 from the field with three steals in the game...held high scorer honors in 14 games during the season while also leading the team in rebounds 12 times ...also had a team-best in assists twice in 2006-07 ...tied with Tasha Taylor in Duquesne contest with five and matched Christy Brown with three in the first Florida State game ...the five assists were a personal best ...also set a career high at Wake Forest on Jan. 5 ...was 7-for-7 from the free throw line for her highest foul shots made ...had a season-high six steals in Furman contest on Nov. 29 ...had 18 total games with multiple steals ...posted two blocks three times during the season (at South Carolina, against Kennesaw State and versus Virginia Tech) ...also ranked 12th in the ACC for offensive rebounds per game with a 2.63 per game average.

Before Clemson: Averaged 22 points, 10 rebounds, and six assists per game as a junior for Lower Richland High School...team MVP as a junior...All-Region and All-State...led team to a top 5 ranking in the state and a record of 13-6 as a junior and 14-5 as a senior...earned two letters in basketball at Lower Richland...played for coach Debbie Stroman...born 9-26-86...majoring in pre-business.

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