Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Washington, D.C
High School: H.D. Woodson




2006-07 (SENIOR): Helped Old Dominion to a 24-9 overall and 17-1 CAA record...Lady Monarchs won the CAA title and made a first round NCAA Tournament appearance...Appeared in 31 games making eight starts...Averaging 2.7 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.0 assists per game...Poured in a season-high and career-high tying 10 points in the CAA Championship game with James Madison (3-11-07) to help ODU to its 16th straight league title...Also poured in nine points against the Dukes (2-25-07) during the regular season... Hauled in a season-high six rebounds against Chicago State (12/9/06) and James Madison (2-25-07)... Dished out a season-high five assists against Delaware (2-11-07) ...Had a season-high six rebounds in contests with Chicago State (12/9/06) and James Madison (2/25/07)...

2005-06 (JUNIOR): Number changed to 13 after wearing 15 for two seasons with the retirement of Tracy Claxton's jersey...Appeared in 31 games making 25 starts...Averaging 5.2 points and 4.9 rebounds per game...Posted first career double-double with career-high tying 10 points and career-high 12 rebounds against #5 North Carolina (12-29-05) helping to force overtime against one of the nation's premiere teams...Played in a career-high 34 minutes against the Tar Heels...Greatly improved free throw ability and went perfect from the line four times including a 4-of-4 performance against #19/20 Vanderbilt (12-04-05)...Fourth on the squad in assists (61)...Tied her career-high with seven dishes against UNC-Wilmington (2-17-06)...Connected on both her three-point attempts coming against #5 North Carolina (12-29-05) and James Madison (3-2-06)...

2004-05 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in all 31 games...Averaged 3.0 points and 2.8 rebounds per game...Recorded a career-high 10 points at William & Mary (2-20-05)...Shot 3-for-6 from the field and 4-of-5 from the line...Hauled in a then career-high 10 rebounds versus the Tribe (1-20-05), which included seven offensive rebounds...Tied her career-high with 18 minute appearances against Harvard in a regionally televised game, versus UNC-Wilmington (2-24-05), and against Delaware (3-12-05) in the CAA Championship game...Had her best free throw performance against Hofstra (1-16-05) as she shot 5-of-6 from the line...

2003-04 (REDSHIRT FRESHMAN): Appeared in 31 games making one start...Made her first career start against #20 Colorado (11-14-03) in the season opener at the WBCA Classic...Improved significantly as the season progressed averaging more minutes towards the end of the season...Averaged 1.3 points, 1.8 rebounds, and 1.9 assists per game...Logged a then career-high seven points along with seven assists against Virginia Commonwealth (2-22-04)...Also played a career-high 18 minutes and recorded a career-high three steals against the Rams...Dished out six assists in ODU's 105-62 victory over Hofstra (2-12-04) and against George Mason (1-25-04)...Shot a perfect 4-of-4 from the line at Delaware (1-11-04) after missing her first eight free throws...Went perfect from the line on five occasions...Also went 5-of-6 against the Rams (2-22-04)...

2002-03 (FRESHMAN): Redshirted her first season with the Lady Monarchs...

PRIOR TO OLD DOMINION: The H.D. Woodson Player of the Year...Ranked 98th by All Star Girls Report...Named the 2002 Women's Sports Foundation Outstanding Athlete in Washington D.C. for her athletic and academic success...An AAU All-American...Three-time DCIAA First Team honoree by the Washington Post...Honorable Mention All-Metropolitan by the Washington Post...Led the team in assists for three seasons collecting 103 in her career...Was a four-sport varsity athlete...Played basketball, volleyball, shortstop in softball, and participated in the shot put and discus events in track and field...Awarded MVP honors in basketball and softball...

PERSONAL: Born LaShantel Marie Wilson on January 21, 1984...Daughter of Fred Wilson and Shella Stewart-Smith...Has two brothers Tony (17) and Dominic (31)...Majoring in sports management with a minor in business.

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