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Player bio: Tricia Lamb :: Women's Basketball

  Tricia Lamb
Tricia Lamb
Player Profile

Endicott, Wash.

High School:
St. John-Endicott






CAREER: Ranks fifth in career treys, 99, two short of fourth and 34 short of the record (133)...with 707 career points, just the third Cougar player to top 700 in first two seasons...the others are Angie Miller 876 and Jeanne Eggard 864.

SOPHOMORE (1998-99): Named first team All Pac-10 after starting all 27 games, running her consecutive starts to 54 (every game of her career) of the Pac-10’s leading scorers (second at 16.4) and long-range shooters (fifth at .375)...led the Pac-10 in scoring for the first month, aided by a pair of 33-point games...downed a school record eight treys in season’s first meeting with Arizona, including a 7-of-8 performance in the first half that keyed a 27-0 WSU leader in scoring...set school mark with 69 treys...scored in double figures 20 times in 27 games...scored 33 points in season opener against Appalachian State, hitting 13-of-23 shots, including six treys...scored 33 in WSU’s Jan. 7 win at home over Arizona when she hit 12-of-20 shots, including 8-of-12 career rebounding effort 11 boards at last four games has scored 74 points while shooting 47.2% (25-53) from the field and 56.5% (13-23) outside the season’s final game against Washington, downed four treys to break the season record, scored 17 and grabbed eight boards...downed two treys late in the game and just missed a buzzer beating shot that would have sent the game into overtime...underwent surgery after season concluded to repair ankle damage from an injury suffered the day of the first Pac-10 game at Washington during shoot-around.

FRESHMAN (1997-98): WSU’s number three scorer (9.8) after starting all 27 games as a shooting guard...picked by the league coaches to the Pac-10 All-Freshmen second unit (five players, all honorable mention)...led the team in steals (51) and second in assists (56) and three-point field goals (30)...third in field goal percentage (42.5%) outing last week at Oregon State when she scored 17, grabbed 10 rebounds, handed out five assists, made five steals and had just one turnover and no foul in 33 minutes of play...also had 10 rebounds in WSU’s win at Arizona...started the season with a season-high 24 points at Colorado State...had 10 or more points in 16 games, including the first seven games of the two games against Oregon State scored 32 points, grabbed 15 boards, made 10 steals and handed out five assists in 59 minutes...her six steals in last game against Washington a Cougar season high...ninth in the Pac-10 in 3-pt FG%.

LAMB'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER: Attended St. John-Endicott High, earning four varsity letters in each of three sports, basketball, volleyball and track...coached by Lorin Carlon in basketball...captained both volleyball and basketball teams as a senior...during SOPHOMORE year SJE finished fourth in the State hoop tourney and fifth at the State track meet...won the 100m HH at the State meet...named team MVP in both volleyball and a JUNIOR basketball team won State championship, while her volleyball team finished seventh and the track team second...set State record for the 100m HH...leading scorer in the State during the basketball season, earning her All-State first team honors...State co-MVP winner in basketball...again won team MVP honors in both basketball and volleyball...SENIOR year named to the USA Today pre-season All-America basketball team...led her team to a 24-6 finish and a third place State tournament placing...averaged over 22 points, 10 rebounds and five assists per game...named 1997 All-Palouse Player of the Year by the Daily News...repeat winner as State B Player of the of her best games came against Reardon when she scored a career high 38 points to go with 10 rebounds and eight steals...she had a triple-double in her final game at the State tournament...just the third player in Whitman County history to score over 2,000 career points...volleyball team finished fifth in the State tourney...won team MVP honors for a fourth time in volleyball and was a pre-season All-America pick...named the Daily News’ Female Athlete of the Year.

PERSONAL: Tricia Renee Lamb...born 4-22-79 at Colfax, Wash...parents Marvin and Leslie older sister Tracie and one older brother Travis...enjoys golf...class representative for three years...member of Natural Helpers, the prom committe and numerous other high school organizations...a volunteer in numerous community projects including Gene Ross Transplant Fund, the Mike Dechenne Disability Fund and in flood actor in her school’s junior class play...prep GPA 3.7…anthropology major.


POINTS: 33 vs. Appalach. State, Nov. 20, 1998, Vermont, 33 vs. Arizona, Jan. 7, 1999, Pullman

FGM: 13 vs. Appalach. State, Nov. 20, 1998, Vermont

FGA: 23 vs. Appalach. State, Nov. 20, 1998, Vermont

3-FGM: 8 vs. Ariz., Jan. 7, 1999, Pullman (WSU record)

3-FGA: 14 (2 times)

FTM: 10 vs. USC, Jan. 28, 1999, Los Angeles

FTA: 12 vs. USC, Jan. 28, 1999, Los Angeles

REB: 11 vs. Stanford, Feb. 20, 1999, Stanford

PF: 5 vs. Idaho, Dec. 8, 1998, Pullman

ASST: 6 vs. Idaho, Dec. 8, 1998, Pullman, 6 vs. Washington, Mar. 6, 1999, Pullman

TO: 6 vs. Arizona State, Jan. 9, 1999, Pullman

BS: 1 vs. Arizona, Feb. 6, 1999, Tucson

ST: 5 (3 times)

MIN: 39 vs. Utah, Dec. 10,1998, Pullman

GP/S: 54/54


                                   3-PT FG


1998   27-27 265-9.8   91-214 .425  30-85  .353  53-80  .663  47  53 100 3.7 25  56  33  1 51  724

1999   27-27 442-16.4 156-406 .384 69-184  .375  61-92  .663  60  55 115 4.3 43  67  70  1 36  832

Career 54-54 707-13.1 247-620 .398 99-269  .368 114-172 .663 107 108 215 4.0 68 123 103  2 87 1556

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