2003-04 (JUNIOR) Named to the Tennessee Sports Writers Association All-State Team ... Voted Sun Belt Tournament Most Outstanding Player for the second year in a row ... First Team All-Conference selection ... Averaged 21 points in the three Sun Belt Tournament games ... Scored double figures in 26 games ... Led the team in scoring in 18 games and six times in rebounding ... Recorded five double doubles ... Had a career-high 31 points against Tennessee State (12/15) on a night when she reached the 1,000 point plateau ... After scoring only seven points in the first half against Denver in the Sun Belt Tournament semi-finals, she all but took over the game in the second half scoring 16 points and finishing with a game-high 23 points, and was 3-of-9 from the three-point line ... Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week on November 25 and December 8 .
2002-03 (SOPHOMORE) Started all 30 games ... Named the Sun Belt Tournament Most Outstanding Player ... Set the record for most points established in the Sun Belt Tournament with 74 ... Broke the then school record for most steals in a season with 92 deposing Kim Webb who had 91 in the 1984-85 season, she has since be overtaken by Keisha McClinic who recorded 112 in the 2003-04 season ... Named Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year and First Team All-Conference ... Voted to the Wildcat Classic All-Tournament Team ... Holmes had one of her best all-around games by pouring in 23 points, grabbing eight rebounds and handing out nine assists against Memphis (12/19) ... Scored 29 points against New Orleans in the Sun Belt Tournament ... Named to the Sun Belt Pre-Season All-Conference Team.
2001-02 (FRESHMAN) Named 2002 Sun Belt Freshman of the Year ... Only player to start all 29 games ... Ranked second on the team in scoring averaged with 12.6 points per game ... Tied for first on the team in rebounds per game with 6.1 ... Third on the team in steals with 50 ... Shot 78 percent from the free throw line hitting 57-of-73 ... Also ranked second on the team in field goal percentage with 48 percent ... Drew start in first collegiate game at Tennessee State, scoring 10 points and tying for team lead with seven rebounds ... Had 23 points and nine rebounds, including game-tying jumper that sent contest into overtime in loss at 16th-ranked Georgia ... Scored in double figures 19 times.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year starter at Lee Central HS ... Earned All-Region and All-State honors all four years ... Averaged 24.8 ppg, 9.2 rebounds, 8.1 assists and 4.5 steals as senior ... Two-time Class 2A Miss Basketball in South Carolina ... Led Lee Central to 30-0 record and state championship as senior, averaging 26.8 ppg ... Named All-Area and Area Player of Year ... AAU All-Star ... Also lettered in softball and track ... Served as FCA Vice President.
PERSONAL: Patrice Teresa Holmes ... Daughter of Perry Damon and Cynthia Damon ... Born December 18, 1982.