Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Newport News, Va.
High School: Woodside


2005-06 (JUNIOR): CAA All-Academic Team...Continued her role in the starting line-up...Averaged 9.6 points and 4.3 rebounds to rank fourth on the team in scoring and third in rebounding...Poured in double figures on 12 occasions...Reached the 20 + point mark twice...Netted a career-high 22 points in a home victory over Virginia Commonwealth (2-24-06) and collected 20 points in an overtime game against #5 North Carolina (12-29-05)... Ranked ninth in the CAA in field goal percentage (.443)...Hauled in seven rebounds on three occasions including George Mason (1-20-06), Hofstra (1-27-06), and William & Mary (2-26-06)... Dished out a career-high five assists four times including Towson (1-29-05), Drexel (2-3-06), William & Mary (2-26-06), and George Mason (3-9-06) in the semifinals of the 2006 CAA Tournament...Steady free throw shooting in the final minutes at Delaware (2-19-06) helped seal the win 60-57 for the Lady Monarchs...Has the ability to hit the three and did so seven times during the season...One of the team's and league's top defenders...

2004-05 (SOPHOMORE): Jumped into the starting line-up her second year on the team...Started 30 of her 31 appearances...Averaged 7.4 points and 4.0 rebounds...Collected 10 double-digit games including a career-high 20 points against Virginia Commonwealth (1-14-05) shooting 9-for-12 from the field and 2-for-2 from the line...Was one of three Lady Monarchs to score 20 or more points in the 2004-05 season...Hauled in a season-high nine rebounds in Old Dominion's electrifying 64-63 CAA Tournament semifinal victory over Drexel (3-11-05)...Recorded a career-high four steals versus Virginia Tech (11-27-04)...Third on the team in free throw percentage shooting at a .786 mark (44-for-56)...Went perfect from the free throw line on nine occasions and shot 8-for-9 against Towson (2-06-05)...Dished out a career-high four assists at Virginia (12-10-04), at George Mason (2-13-05), and at Hofstra (3-3-05)...Averaged 1.3 assists per game...Played a career-high 34 minutes in the regular season finale at Drexel (3-6-05)...

2003-04 (FRESHMAN): Averaged 4.9 points and 3.0 rebounds in her first season with the Lady Monarchs...One of the first Lady Monarchs off the bench...Missed the first three games of the season with a fractured finger...Made her first appearance as the first reserve off the bench to help lead Old Dominion to an upset victory over #7 Penn State...Logged five points, five rebounds, and two steals against the Lady Lions...Also played a career-high 28 minutes against Penn State...Logged her first career double-double with a career-high 12 points and a career-high 12 rebounds in a 105-62 victory over Hofstra (2-12-04)...Went perfect from the free throw line seven times including 4-of-4 performances against Hofstra (2-12-04) and William & Mary (3-04-04) in the regular season finale...Scored in double digits four times including a career-high 12 versus Hofstra (2-12-04) and 10 against George Mason (1-25-04), Virginia Commonwealth (2-2-04), and William & Mary (3-04-04)...Stole the ball a career-high three times in victories at Towson (2-05-04) and versus William & Mary (3-04-04)...Dished out two or more assists in four games...Recorded two blocks against George Mason (1-24-04)...

PRIOR TO OLD DOMINION: The 2003 Peninsula District Player of the Year...Daily Press Female Basketball Player of the Year as a senior (2003)...Honorable Mention Orlando Sentinel All-South Team in 2003...First Team VirigniaPreps.Com All-State pick (2003)...Three-time First Team All-Peninsula District selection...Four-time First Team Daily Press All-Star member...Selected to play in the Virginia High School League Coach Association (VHSLCA) All-Star Game...Named Peninsula Most Valuable Player at the Senior Classic All-Star Game in 2003...Nike Peach State Classic-All Tournament Team...Completed her career with 1,771 points, a Woodside record for both men and women...Surpassed the 1,000 point mark as a junior, the first male or female basketball player to achieve the mark in Woodside history...Played at the prestigious Nike All-American Camp as a junior (2002)...I.C. Norcom Holiday Tournament All-Tournament Team member (2002) ...Has been a member of Boo Williams' AAU team since 1999 winning four state championships...Helped Woodside to the East Regional Semi-Finals her sophomore (2001), junior (2002), and senior (2003) seasons...Honor Roll Student....Wendy's Virginia High School Heisman Finalist...Recognized by Who's Who Among American High School Students...

PERSONAL: Born Letitia Renee Lyons on October 2, 1985...Daughter of Michael Sr. and Reba Lyons...Has two brothers, Michael Jr. (16) and Trevor (11)...Majoring in biology/pre-medicine.

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