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Natasha Brackett
Natasha Brackett

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Charlotte, NC

High School:
Charlotte, NC

Height:
5-9

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
01/10/1983

2003-04:
Started 30 games for the Tigers as the guard spot...Second on the team in scoring with a 12.4 ppg average...Became the 21st player in Auburn history to score 1,000 points when she reached the mark vs. Georgia...Currently has 1,219, which is 17th all time...Earned the first double-double of her career with 14 points and 10 rebounds at Tennessee...Tallied 16 points in win at Arkansas...Scored a team-high 18 points at Vanderbilt...Contributed a season-high 23 points vs. Northwestern State...Earned Tiger Communications Holiday Classic MVP honors for effort vs. NWST and Alabama A&M...Scored 20 points at Army...Scored 19 points against Old Dominion in the WBCA Classic.

2002-03:
Named MVP of the WNIT...Surpassed Auburn legend Vickie Orr as Tigers' all-time sophomore leading scorer with 557 points in 2002-03...Dished out a career-high seven assists at Baylor in championship game...Scored 26 points in WNIT semifinal win over Creighton...Added 41 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists in first two WNIT contests...Scored over 20 points in all three contests vs. Tennessee...Named to the Associated Press All-SEC Third Team...Tallied a team-high eight rebounds and five assists vs. Mississippi State...Led the team in scoring (20), rebounds (eight), assists (six) and steals with two in 56-59 loss to Tennessee...Contributed 26 points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals in win over Florida...Scored 20 points vs. Georgia to lead the team and added four rebounds...Led the team with 17 points, after scoring none in the first half in 63-56 OT win over Kentucky...Also added a career-high eight rebounds and three steals in the game...Scored 23 points, added seven rebounds and six assists in win over No. 8 Arkansas...Scored her career-high 30 points in win over Alabama...The 30 points is the highest individual performance since the 1998 season for Auburn...Contributed a team-high 23 points with five rebounds, four steals and three assists in loss at No. 5 Tennessee...Earned a then career-high 24 points in win over Tulane...Scored three-pointer at the buzzer vs. Tulane to send game into overtime...Sealed win over Clemson scoring on two free throws with 1.8 seconds remaining...Named the SEC Player of the Week Dec. 16...Shot a perfect 6-for-6 vs. Alabama A&M for 14 points and added five assists...Scored 19 points vs. Belmont and added seven steals earning an all-tournament team spot.

2001-02:
Named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman team...Played all 29 games for the Tigers starting in seven...Had her first career start against Tennessee on Jan. 27...Averaged 9.3 points per game and collected 41 steals...Totaled 85 rebounds on the year and added 59 assists...Scored a career-high 18 points against Mississippi State on Feb. 3...Just missed her first double-double with 14 points and eight rebounds against Mercer...Had eight steals against Tennessee State on Dec. 5.

High School:
Graduated from Providence Day School in 2001...Played shooting guard for coach Barbara Nelson...Was named the Gatorade North Carolina Player of the Year as a senior following the 2000-01 season...Named North Carolina Ms. Basketball and has her jersey hanging in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame...A three-time Associated Press first-team All-State...Named the Mecklenburg County Player of the Year four times...a four-time Charlotte Observer Female Basketball Player of the Year...Helped Providence Day win the state title in 2001 and 1998...Her team posted a 109-35 record during her five seasons...Scored 2,612 career points, averaging 18.5 points per game...Shot 58 percent from the floor during her career and grabbed 1.077 rebounds for a 7.7 per game average...Also had 601 career assists and 368 career steals.

Personal:
Exercise science major...Born Natasha Tyese Brackett on Jan. 10, 1983 in Norfolk, Va...Daughter of Harold and Barbara Caldwell...Has one sister, Lauren Brackett (18).