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| 2006-07

InsideHoops.com will post womens college basketball player rankings for the upcoming season. Check back around November 20, 2006. Until then, here's some older info below.

Women's college basketball player ratings, by the Wooden Watch. These womens college basketball player rankings aren't in order. They're the best the 2005-06 season has offered.

Player Name
University
Points
Rebounds
Assists
Seimone Augustus - (Sr, Guard)
LSU
23.0
4.6
2.0
Last season’s Wooden Award winner has been on tear over the last month, increasing her scoring average despite recently losing a thrilling SEC tournament championship game to Tennessee…posted a game-high 32 points along with four assists in a blowout win at Alabama…tallied another game-high with 30 points in a win versus Mississippi…put up a solid stat line – 24 points and seven boards – in the 63-62 loss to Tennessee.
Monique Currie - (Sr, Guard)
Duke
16.3
5.7
2.8
Though Duke has been a bit shaky over the last two weeks, Currie continues to play with passion and leadership…scored 14 points in a thrashing of Virginia Tech…followed it up with 13 points and five assists in a rematch victory over Virginia Tech a week later…contributed team highs of 18 points and eight rebounds in a recent loss to No. 4 Maryland.
Jessica Davenport - (Jr, Center)
Ohio State
18.6
8.7
1.8
Davenport continues to light it up for the sizzling Buckeyes…put up game highs of 20 points and 10 rebounds in a victory over Purdue…followed it up with a game-high 24 points and five boards in a win at Penn State…ended the run with 17 points and 14 rebounds to beat No. 11 Purdue and capture OSU’s first Big Ten tournament title.
Jessica Dickson - (Jr, Forward)
South Florida
22.1
5.9
1.5
Dickson has been huge for South Florida in the late season that recently included a pair of conference wins…put up a game-high 24 points in a win over West Virginia…added 22 points and six boards in a win at Georgetown…collected a double-double with 16 points and 10 boards in a loss at Notre Dame.
Megan Duffy - (Sr, Guard)
Notre Dame
15.7
3.9
4.1
Duffy helped the Fighting Irish rattle off four wins in a row before dropping a recent game to No. 7 UConn…contributed 22 points and four rebounds in a win at West Virginia…added 16 points in a win at South Florida…recorded a game-high 20 points to go with six boards and three assists in the loss to UConn.
Candice Dupree - (Sr, Forward)
Temple
17.6
8.7
2.1
Dupree was named the Atlantic 10 tournament's Most Outstanding Player for the third straight season after leading the Owls to the title…tallied game highs of 27 points and 14 rebounds in a win at Rhode Island…followed it up with a game high 31 points in a victory at Duquesne…ended the run with 25 points and 10 boards in Temple’s 59-54 win over George Washington to clinch the tournament title.
Sylvia Fowles - (So, Center)
LSU
16.7
11.6
0.3
Fowles has recorded double-doubles in each of her last five games…put up game highs of 28 points and 13 boards in a blowout of Alabama…tallied 21 points and a game-high 13 rebounds in a win over Mississippi…added 16 points and 12 rebounds in a narrow 62-63 loss at Tennessee.
Tasha Humphrey - (So, Forward)
Georgia
19.6
9.0
1.7
Humphrey has been the MVP for the Bulldogs all season…tallied a game-high 25 points to go with seven rebounds in a win at Arkansas…followed it up with 22 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Auburn…finished the run with 18 points and six rebounds in a loss to eventual conference tourney champs Tennessee in the semifinals.
Crystal Langhorne - (Sr, Center/F)
Maryland
16.3
8.6
2.0
Langhorne led Maryland to six wins in a row and a No. 3 ranking before falling to No. 1 North Carolina in Chapel Hill…recorded 16 points and 10 rebounds in a win at Clemson…added a game-high 20 points and seven rebounds in a win versus Georgia Tech…followed it up with another double-double with 13 points and 10 boards in a win over Duke.
Ivory Latta - (Jr, Guard)
North Carolina
18.4
2.1
5.0
Latta and her Carolina teammates have been red hot and are the team to beat heading into the NCAA tourney…scored 18 points to go with five dishes in a win versus rival Duke…tallied 17 points, five boards and five assists in a win at NC State…ended the run with a 26-point effort in a win versus Maryland to give UNC the ACC conference tournament title.
Courtney Paris - (Fr, Center)
Oklahoma
20.9
14.8
1.8
Paris is a sensation. The all-everything Freshman has already shattered a number of records and put up one of the best stat lines of the year in a recent victory against Iowa St…recorded 15 points and 13 rebounds in a win over Nebraska…added 18 points and 13 more boards in a win over Texas Tech…ended the stretch with a monster effort – game highs of 36 points, 16 rebounds and six blocks – in the win over Iowa St...leads the nation in scoring.
Candice Parker - (Fr, Forward)
Tennessee
16.6
8.5
2.8
Parker is also making a case for Freshman and Player of the Year after leading the Vols to the conference championship with a recent win over LSU…put up game highs of 34 points and 15 rebounds in a close 93-95 loss to Florida…contributed 26 points and 12 boards in a win at Georgia…collected 20 points and six boards in the SEC tournament title game over LSU…hit a one hander to seal the victory.
Cappie Pondexter - (Sr, Guard)
Rutgers
21.5
4.1
3.2
Rutgers was the hottest team in the nation with 13 straight wins before dropping Monday’s Big East tourney semifinal match up to West Virginia…Pondexter put up 20 points and six rebounds in a win at Marquette…added a game-high 26 points in a upset of No. 7 UConn…added 21 points in the loss to West Virginia.
Khara Smith - (Sr, Forward)
DePaul
17.7
10.9
1.9
Smith and No. 13 DePaul have won six of seven heading into the NCAA tourney…the productive post player recorded 22 points and 13 boards in a win at Providence…followed it up with 15 points and 14 rebounds in a win versus Syracuse…contributed 18 points and 10 rebounds in a loss to No. 7 UConn in the Big East tourney semifinals.
Kim Smith - (Sr, Forward)
Utah
20.0
7.9
2.6
Smith ranks at the top of the nation’s leading scorer list…collected a game-high 26 points and eight boards in a win over UNLV…added 19 points and six rebounds in a loss to TCU…ended the stretch with a game-high 26 points and eight rebounds in a win over Wyoming.
Ann Strother - (Sr, Guard)
Connecticut
13.8
4.9
3.1
UConn and Strother finished the season strong by claiming the Big East conference tournament…contributed nine points and nine boards in a 74-59 victory over Marquette…added 10 points and 10 boards in a victory over Notre Dame…collected a game-high 20 points to go with seven boards to lead the Huskies over West Virginia for the conference tourney title.
Candice Wiggins - (So, Guard)
Stanford
21.2
4.6
3.6
Wiggins has been one of the best players in the west all season…tallied a game-high 29 points to go with four boards and four assists in a win versus Washington…added 22 points and four rebounds in a victory against Washington State…contributed 23 points and six assists in a loss to UCLA.
Sophia Young - (Sr, Forward)
Baylor
21.7
9.9
2.2
Young and Baylor have reeled off six wins in a row including last night's Big 12 tournament quaterfinal's victory over Kansas State…scored 20 points in a stomping of Colorado…recorded game highs of 33 points and 13 boards in a win at Kansas State…put up 28 points and 18 rebounds in a win at Texas...added 35 points in the win vs. Kansas State.


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