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2001-2002 Women's Basketball Roster

Jamie Thomatis

Class: SR
Position: Forward
Height: 5-11
Weight: 0 pounds
Previous School: Ursuline Academy
Hometown: Destrehan, La.

2000-01 (JUNIOR)

Named First Team All-Sun Belt after scoring 21.3 ppg and grabbing 7.5 rebounds, both team-highs ... Finished 12th in nation in scoring ... Only Lady Raider to start all 30 games, averaging 30.8 minutes ... Netted double figure points in all but one contest, scoring eight at Denver (1/18) ... Finished second in conference in scoring and 10th in rebounding ... Led league in FG percentage, third in FT percentage, and finished second in steals and 14th in assists ... Tied for second in Sun Belt games only in steals at 2.0 per contest with teammate Keisha McClinic and just behind former teammate Kelly Chastain ... Had second highest scoring game in conference games only with 37 versus Western Kentucky ... Twice made 12 FG in a game during season, tying for second highest FG made in a game in Sun Belt ... Had five 30-point games and 14 other games with 20 points or more ... Led Lady Raiders in scoring 23 times during season, including season-high 37 at Western Kentucky (2/1), tying career-high ... Also led squad in rebounding team-high 14 contests, with three double-digit games ... Had team season-high 17 rebounds at Louisiana Tech (2/15) ... Had three double-doubles on year: 30 points, 11 rebounds versus Belmont (11/21); 25 points, 12 rebounds against Lipscomb (12/17); 15 points, 17 rebounds at Louisiana Tech ... Game-leader in assists eight times, including five games with five or more assists ... Finished season with .532 FG percentage, .447 on 3-pt attempts ... Also had .821 FT percentage ... Named Sun Belt Player of the Week three times ... First POW honor (12/18) came following 28-point effort against Xavier (12/15) and double-double versus Lipscomb ... Second honor (2/5) followed 20-point, eight rebound performance versus Florida International (2/3) and 37-point outburst to go along with nine boards at Western Kentucky ... Final POW honor (2/26) came after 20 points at New Mexico State (2/22) and 32 versus Western Kentucky (2/24) ... Eight-point effort at Denver broke 30-game consecutive double-figure streak over two seasons, longest of her career ... Made double figure field goals in a game six times, and double digit free throws four games ... Had trio of three-pointers six times in a contest ... Surpassed 1,000-point barrier in ninth game of season versus UNC-Greensboro (12/21), 14th player in school history to accomplish the feat ... Her 1,444 career points is eighth on school record list.

1999-00 (SOPHOMORE)

First Team All-OVC after averaging 23 ppg and 6.4 rebounds against the top three teams in the conference ... Fifth in OVC in scoring with 16.6 ppg and third in FG percentage at .542 ... Ranked sixth in conference in rebounding and 10th in FT percentage at .765 ... Also ranked 10th in steals with 1.92 per game ... Averaged 17.5 ppg in conference play ... Played in 25 games with 14 starts, missing four games during middle of season with stress fracture in her left foot ... Scored in double figures in 22 of 25 contests, including 14 straight to end year ... Hit .448 of 3-pt attempts ... Recorded five double-doubles on season, including three in four- second double-double of year at Southeast Missouri with 20 points and 10 boards ... Began stretch of three double-doubles in four games at Belmont (2/22) with 18 points and 12 rebounds ... Followed that with 24 points and 10 boards against Murray State (2/24) ... Had season-high 26 points in win over UT-Martin (2/26) ... Final double-double of year came in first round of OVC Tournament against Southeast Missouri (2/29) with 15 points and 10 rebounds ... Averaged 20.2 points and 9.0 rebounds over final games of season ... Lady Raiders won 11 of final 14 games after she missed four in middle of year, including 10-game winning streak from 2/3-2/29 ... Averaged 19.5 points and 5.9 boards per contest during winning streak ... Named OVC Player of the Week twice during final month of season ... First POW honor (2/14) came after double-double versus Southeast Missouri and 25-point effort against Tennessee Tech ... Second honor (2/28) followed back-to-back double-doubles versus Belmont and Murray State and 26-point performance against UT-Martin.

1998-99 (FRESHMAN)

Selected to OVC All-Freshman Team and was Honorable Mention All-OVC ... Played in 28 games with one start, averaging team-leading 13.3 ppg and 4.7 rebounds ... Set new MT single-season field goal percentage record at .626 ... Led OVC in FG percentage, placing fourth on all-time list ... Ranked sixth in NCAA in FG percentage for season ... Also posted .786 FT percentage ... Averaged 19.1 minutes per contest ... Posted 15.5 ppg in conference play with 5.0 boards per contest ... Set OVC Tournament scoring mark with 37 versus Tennessee State (2/23) ... Voted OVC Rookie of the Week four times ... Led team in scoring 15 games, including eight of last nine ... Also led squad in rebounding six times, including first game of career and five of last eight contests of season ... Had nine points and game-high nine rebounds in opening game of career against Erskine (11/14) ... Scored 17 points in win over UNC-Asheville (12/12), beginning stretch of 19 double figure games over final 23 of season ... First Rookie of the Week honor (12/14) after scoring 17 points and grabbing five rebounds versus UNC-Asheville ... Lady Raiders won 10 of last 14 games of season, as she averaged 18.0 ppg over the stretch, including nine contests with 17 or more points ... In nine-game stretch from 1/28-2/23, averaged 21.8 ppg as squad won six of nine games ... Had 24 points and eight rebounds in only start of season at Southeast Missouri (2/4) ... Only double-double of year came versus Morehead State (2/18) with 17 points and 10 boards ... Second POW honor (1/11) followed 11 points against Southeast Missouri (1/7) and 17 points versus Eastern Illinois (1/9) ... Scored 23 points with four rebounds versus UT-Martin (1/28) and 18 points with six boards against Murray State (1/30) to earn third POW award (2/1) ... Final POW honor (2/22) followed double-double against Morehead State and 15-point effort versus Eastern Kentucky (2/20).

High School

All-State standout for coach Darlene Rabalais at Ursuline Academy in New Orleans. ... Also named All-District, All-Orleans and All-Metro as senior ... Averaged 27 pts and 10 boards as senior while averaging 22 points and eight rebounds over her career ... Scored 54 points in triple-OTgame.


Jamie Michelle Thomatis ... Daughter of Armond and Sharon Thomatis ... Born August 26, 1980 ... Majoring in Mass Communications/Advertising.

2001-2002 Game-by-Game Stats