As a Senior (2006-07):
Led Auburn in 3-point field goal percentage - .352...Finished career eighth all-time at Auburn for 3-point field goals made with 62 and ninth for 3-point field goal attempts with 184...Earned first collegiate start against Florida, Feb. 22, and put together 11 points and a career-best three rebounds...Went on an eight-game stretch (Dec. 6-Jan. 4) hitting at least two 3-points a game (23-for-45 for 51 percent)...Shot 63 percent from the arc (5-for-8) at Miami Holiday Tournament...Connected on 4-of-5 three-points to score 12 points against Ohio...Hit two important three-pointers in second half against Western Michigan to help lead Auburn to victory...Scored a career best 15 points, going 5-for-9 from 3-point land against Alabama State.
As a Junior (2005-06):
Played in 26 games for the Tigers off the bench...Contributed six points in loss at Florida...Scored six points in win over Mississippi State...Led the team with 14 points off the bench in loss at Arkansas...The 14 points consisted of four three-pointers which brought Auburn to within four points in game...Scored eight points in win over UC Davis in 17 minutes...Scored six points in win over Western Carolina...Earned her career-high points to date with nine in win over George Mason...Scored three points and added three assists in win over UTPA...Scored eight points in 17 minutes vs. Tuskegee in exhibition victory.
After two seasons at Panola Junior College, Clayden signed with the Tigers...Scored 749 points in her two seasons and shot 44.2 percent from the field...Averaged 5.4 rebounds per game and had 45 steals and 57 assists on the year...Helped lead Fillies to the Region XIV Championship title while earning all-conference and academic all-conference honors...All-conference honorable mention and academic all-conference her freshman season...Who's Who among Junior College Students...Graduated from Panola Phi Theta Kappa.
Member of England National teams: Under-16, U-18 and U-21...Played for Ged Phillips Stockport Lapwings club team U-15, U-16 and U-18 and senior women and played for Jeremy Mannino in hometown of Blackpool, along with playing for her high school, Lytham St. Annes...Also swam, played tennis, netball, cricket, field hockey and ran track.
Born Joanna Elizabeth Clayden on Jan. 2, 1984 to Brian and Louise Clayden...Has one sister: Rachel...Majoring in health and human performance.