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2004-2005 Women's Basketball Roster

Krystle Horton

Class: SO
Position: Forward
Height: 6-2
Previous School: Riverdale
Hometown: Murfreesboro, Tenn.

2003-04 (FRESHMAN) Named to the Sun Belt All-Tournament Team and Sun Belt First Team All-Conference squad ... Started 31 of 32 games ... Scored in double figures 13 consecutive games ... Led the team in scoring 13 times and six times in rebounding ... Recorded six double doubles and scored 20 or more points four times ... Led the team in field goal percentage at 56.3 and ranked 12th in the NCAA ... Ranked second on the team in scoring at 15.0 points per game ... Broke the freshman record for minutes played with 1,051 and was just eight points shy of breaking the freshman points record ... Her 13 points and 10 rebounds against Southern Illinois (11/24) made her the first freshman to record a double double since Tia Stovall had 27 points and 11 boards against Memphis in 2002-03 ... Played a career-high 41 minutes against Alabama (1/8) ... Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week on February 9.

HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner at Riverdale High School ... First Miss Basketball finalist for Rutherford County ... Ranked 110th in the All-Star Girls Report ... Named an AAU All-American and Preseason Honorable Mention All-American by Street and Smith ... Scored 2,093 points in her career at Riverdale and was the high school's leading scorer, and was named District 7-AAA Player of the Year ... Scored 49 points in a game in the AAU National Championships in the summer of 2002 ... All-District and All-Tournament in 2000-2003 ... All-Region in 2002-03 ... Varsity Speed Magazine Athlete of the Year in 2002 ... AAU All-American 2002 ... Daily News Journal Athlete of the Year for 2002 ... Voted to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Basketball Team ... Selected to play in the East-West All-Star Team.

PERSONAL: Krystle Renee Horton ... Daughter of Walter and Carolyn Horton ... Born March 29, 1985 ... Cousin David Vaughn played basketball for Memphis and played pro basketball for the Orlando Magic and New Jersey Nets.

2003-2004 Game-by-Game Stats
2004-2005 Game-by-Game Stats
2005-2006 Game-by-Game Stats
2006-2007 Game-by-Game Stats