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Carolyn Jones
Carolyn Jones

Hometown:
Laurel, Miss.

High School:
West Jones

Height:
5-9

Position:
Guard

Years Played:
1988-91

1991 WBCA All-America First Team
1990 WBCA All-America First Team
1991 SEC Player of the Year
1990 SEC Player of the Year
1991 All-SEC First Team
1990 All-SEC First Team
1989 All-SEC First Team
1990 SEC Tournament MVP
1991 SEC All-Tournament Team
1990 SEC All-Tournament Team
1990 NCAA All-Mideast Regional Team
1990 NCAA Mideast Regional Co-MVP
1990 NCAA All-Final Four Team

Honored with a retired jersey, No. 21... Named WBCA First Team All-American in 1990 and 1991... Chosen for SEC Player of the Year in 1990 and 1991... Named SEC All-Selection from 1989-1991... Received the SEC Tournament MVP Award in 1990... Selected for SEC All-Tournament Team in 1990 and 1991... Also selected for the NCAA Regional Team in 1990... Named Co-MVP for the 1990 NCAA Mideast Regional Team... Chosen for NCAA Final Four Team in 1990... Named to six regular season all-tournament teams... Chosen MVP of the Auburn Dial Classic three consecutive years... Led Auburn to the NCAA Final Four in 1989 and 1990... Started in all 100 career games she played in... Ranks fifth all-time at Auburn with 1,831 career points; also ranks second with an 18.3 ppg scoring average... Her career free throw percentage (.810) is the highest in Auburn's history... Led Auburn in 3-point field goals and 3-point field goal attempts throughout her career, with 103 3-point field goals (7th all-time at AU) and 248 3-point field goal attempts (10th all-time)... Her career 3-point field goal percentage (.415) ranks first all-time at Auburn... Led Auburn in free throws (438) and free throw attempts (541) from 1988-91, and ranks second all-time at AU in both categories... Tallied a career-high 534 field goal attempts from 1989-90, the second highest single-season at Auburn... As one of Auburn's most prolific free throw shooters, her 195 free throws and 240 free throw attempts from the 1989-90 season rank second all-time at Auburn... Her 703 points from the 1989-90 season also rank second all-time at Auburn, and her season scoring average (20.1) ranks fifth all-time... During the 1990-91 season she made 225 field goals, tying Angie Hannah for the ninth most single-season field goals... She also ranks third all-time at Auburn in both single-season points (634) and scoring averages (20.5) from 1990-91... Her 137 free throws during the 1990-91 season rank fifth all-time at Auburn, while her 165 free throw attempts rank sixth all-time... Tallied 77 steals during the 1990-91 season, tying Kristen Mulligan, Ruthie Bolton, Mae Ola Bolton and Sherell Hobbs for seventh all-time single-season steals... Notched three career double-doubles from 1989-1990... Scored a career-high 38 points against Vanderbilt on Jan. 20, 1990, a mark that is tied for third all-time at Auburn... Holds two additional top 10 single game scoring records: 34 points against Michigan in 1990 and 32 points against Oregon in 1989... Pulled down a career-high 15 rebounds against Virginia on Dec. 28, 1989... Ranks ninth all-time at Auburn in career steals with 192... Won a bronze medal at the 1992 Olympics... Also won a gold medal with the U.S. national team at the 1991 World University Games... Won gold at the 1990 Goodwill Games and the 1990 World Championships... Played professionally with the New England Blizzard in the ABL from 1996-98... Also played in the WNBA with the New York Liberty (1999) and Portland Fire (2000-02).