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Lauretta Freeman
Lauretta  Freeman

Mobile, Ala.

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A Look Back At #AUHoopsCountdown

A Look Back At #AUHoopsCountdown

1993 WBCA All-America First Team
1993 SEC Player of the Year
1993 All-SEC First Team

Named WBCA First Team All-American in 1993... Chosen as the SEC Player of the Year for 1993... Named All-SEC First Team in 1993... Named to the 1993 Auburn Dial Classic Team, and chosen MVP... Notched 38 career double-doubles, the second most career double-doubles at Auburn... Led Auburn to the 1990 Final Four... Played a total of 2,600 career minutes... Scored 1,118 career points, ranking her 20th all-time at Auburn in career scoring... Tallied 38 10-rebound games from 1990-93... Totaled 976 career rebounds with an 8.0 rebounding average, setting the fifth highest mark for career rebounds and the fourth highest career rebounding average... Set the AU record for the most single-season rebounds with 401 in 1992-93... had 15 20-point games from 1991-93... Scored a career-high 35 points against Furman in 1992, tying DeWanna Bonner for the sixth most single-game points in AU history... On Feb. 17, 1993 she tied Marianne Merritt and Linda Godby for the fourth most single-game rebounds with 21 against Alabama... She also tied Becky Jackson and Monique Morehouse for the fifth most single-game rebounds on three occasions: 20 against Tuskegee 1990, 20 against Wisconsin in 1991 and 20 against Florida in 1993... Ranks 10th all-time at Auburn with 114 career blocks... Won a gold medal with the United States at the 1994 Goodwill Games... Played professionally in the ABL as a member of the Atlanta Glory (1996-98) and Nashville Noise (1998)... Served as an assistant coach at Auburn under Joe Ciampi from 1999-2003.

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