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#11 Shahida Williams
Position: Forward
Height: 5'11"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Newark, N.J.
High School: Malcolm X Shabazz

 2006-07 (JUNIOR): Appeared in all 33 games making 21 starts...Averaged 7.1 points and 4.9 rebounds per game...Poured in double figures eight times including a season-high 16 points against Florida State (3-11-07) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Grabbed a season-high eight rebounds against four teams including Drexel (3-9-07) in the quarterfinals of the CAA Tournament...Led the Lady Monarchs in the rebounding category on five occasions...Captured a career-high five steals against Chicago State (12-9-06) in head coach Wendy Larry's 500th career victory...Dished out a season-high four assist against Chicago State (12-9-06) and Hofstra (3-10-07) in the semifinals of the CAA Tournament...

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE): Averaged 9.5 points and 5.7 rebounds per game...Fifth on the Lady Monarch squad in scoring and second in the rebounding department behind Sherida Triggs... Among fellow CAA players ranked 18th in rebounding (5.7), 13th in offensive rebounds (2.42), and 11th in blocked shots (0.81)...Missed the first five games of the season to concentrate on academics...Returned to the court against Charlotte (12-18-05), who received votes in both national poll late in the season and qualified for the WNIT...Poured in a then career-high 18 points in her second game back at Florida International (12-21-05)...Reset her career-high with 19 points against George Washington (3-19-06) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament...Had 12 double figure games...Grabbed double figure rebounds three times including a career-high 12 at George Mason (2-10-06) at the Patriot Center in ODU's largest victory of the season....Registered a career-high four blocks in the near overtime upset of #5 North Carolina (12-29-05)...Reset her career-high in steals with three in her return at Charlotte (12-18-05)...Recorded her first career start against Hofstra (1-13-06)...Played a career-high 27 minutes against James Madison (1-22-06)...

2004-05 (FRESHMAN): Made appearances in all 31 games...Averaged 3.9 points and 2.7 rebounds in her first season...Posted her first career double digit performance against East Tennessee State (11-30-04) with 10 points...Captured a then career-high 14 points on 6-for-14 shooting from the floor and going 2-for-3 from the line at Hofstra (3-3-03)...Recorded her first career double-double in the outing against the Pride, grabbing a career-high 10 rebounds...Also had 11 points against William & Mary (1-20-05)...Shot a perfect 4-for-4 from the charity stripe against East Tennessee State (11-30-04)...Handed out a career-high three assists at Virginia (12-10-04)...Made blocks against #16/19 Rutgers (12-05-05), William & Mary (1-20-05), at Hofstra (3-3-05) and in the NCAA Tournament against the Cavaliers (3-19-05)...Registered two steals against #8 Tennessee (1-2-05) and James Madison (2-27-05) in the final regular season home game...Logged a then career-high 20 minutes played at Hofstra (3-3-05)....

PRIOR TO OLD DOMINION: Led Newark, NJ's Malcolm X Shabazz High School to a 32-1 record during her senior season....Averaged 15.8 points and 10.1 rebounds per game....Helped her teams to three Essex County Tournament titles...Shabazz is the only girls team to win consecutive NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title...Named the Newark Star-Ledger Player of the Year...Named Associated Press First Team All-New Jersey...MVP of the Tournament of Champions...

PERSONAL: Born Shahida Williams on April 26, 1986...Daughter of Ava Hinnant...Has two sisters, Rasheeda (31) and Jaheedah (19)...Major is recreation and tourism studies.

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