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Clemson Lady Tiger Basketball Team Honored at Banquet

April 16, 2004

CLEMSON, SC-Senior forward, Lakeia Stokes was named the Most Valuable Player and Julie Talley was named the Most Improved Player at the annual Clemson Lady Tiger Basketball Awards/Appreciation Banquet held Thursday night at the Madren Center on the Clemson University campus.

Stokes, who led the team in scoring with a 17.0 ppg. average, was also the recipient of the best playmaker award, best free throw pct. award, the best offensive player award, and the best rebounder award. She led the team in assists with 104, and shot .746 from the free throw line. Stokes led the Lady Tigers in rebounding with a 7.0 rpg. mark.

Maggie Slosser was the winner of the best hustle award and the best field goal percentage award. She hit .500 from the floor. Julie Aderhold was named the winner of the Coaches’ Award for best attitude. Senior guard, Kanetra Queen won the team’s Leadership Award and was named the best Defensive Player.

The named of the awards and the recipients follows:

Leading Rebounder Award Lakeia Stokes

Hustle Award Maggie Slosser

Best Field Goal Pct. Award Maggie Slosser

Best Defensive Player Award Kanetra Queen

Best Free Throw Pct. Award Lakeia Stokes

Playmaker Award Lakeia Stokes

Leadership Award Kanetra Queen

Coaches’ Award Julie Aderhold

Academic Achievement Award Amanda White

Best Offensive Player Lakeia Stokes

Most Improved Julie Talley

Most Valuable Player Lakeia Stokes

High Potential Award Khaili Sanders

Spirit of the Tiger Award Angelo Dibiase (Mgr.)