42 Elizabeth Basham
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    • Forward
    • Senior
    • 6' 2"
    • Abingdon
    • Abingdon, Va.
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    As a senior (2010-11): Played in 16 games with one start ... Tossed in nine points, including first career trey, in six minutes against Wofford ... Hit second career three-point shot versus Florida Gulf Coast in the Caribbean Challenge ... Scored nine points, including a career-high two treys, at Minnesota in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge ... Scored seven points against Alcorn State in the Hilton Garden Hokie Classic ... Had six points and handed out two assists with one steal at No. 7 Duke ... Tied her career high with 10 points, including career-tying two treys, versus Georgia Tech in the ACC Tournament First Round.

    As as junior (2009-10): Missed the entire season with a left shoulder injury ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

    As as sophomore (2008-09): Saw action in 25 of 30 games ... Suffered a shoulder injury and missed games against Miami and at Wake Forest ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.

    As a freshman (2007-08): Saw action in 16 games ... Scored a career-high 10 points against UAB ... Missed five games while recovering from mono.

    Prior to Virginia Tech: Averaged 11.1 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.2 assists as a senior for coach Bobby Lasley at Abingdon High School ... A McDonald’s All-American nominee ... Second-team Highlands All-District ... Virginia High School Coaches Association All-Star game alternate ... Led team to Highlands District Tournament championship ... Played on Nautilus Express AAU team for coach Justin Wimmer.

    Personal: Elizabeth Basham ... Born 3/10/89 in Lancaster, S.C. ... Right-handed ... Daughter of Wes and Barbara Basham ... Enrolled in hospitality and tourism management.

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