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Anna Prillaman
Anna Prillaman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Midlothian, Virginia

High School:
Midlothian

Height:
5-10

Position:
Guard

Birthdate:
01/06/1982



2002-03
Saw action in all 31 games with 26 starts...switched from shooting guard to point guard midway through the season...fifth in team scoring with 5.4 ppg...UVa's top three-point shooter with 33 treys...stands No. 7 on UVa's all-time three-point chart with 122 career buckets...grabbed six rebounds against No. 1 seed/No. 4 Tennessee in the NCAA second round...added a trey and three assists in the NCAA first round win over Illinois...had eight points and seven boards against No. 9/11 North Carolina in the ACC semifinal...recorded her first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds in the win over NC State in the ACC quarterfinal...grabbed six rebounds in the upset of No. 7/8 North Carolina...had nine points, including a season-high three treys, in the win at Maryland...blocked a career-best two shots in the win over Clemson...grabbed a season-best seven boards and dished out a season-high four assists against Maryland...shot a perfect 2-2 from three-point land and 2-2 from the line against the Terrapins...had 12 points and seven boards at Florida...recorded 11 points in the upset of No. 25 Michigan...had 12 points, including three buckets from long range, at Virginia Tech...had 12 points in the win over Long Island.

2001-02
Played in 30 contests with 24 starts...top UVa three-point shooter with 57 buckets from long range (.456)...ranked No. 5 nationally in three-point shooting for two weeks...finished third in team scoring with 9.1 ppg...on Virginia career charts, ranks No. 11 in three-pointers (89)...had five points and three rebounds in NCAA first round contest with Iowa...grabbed three rebounds and added a trey in ACC semifinal against No. 1 seed Duke...had seven points and six boards in ACC quarterfinal win over Georgia Tech ? played a career-high 38 minutes at Clemson...was perfect from the line 12 times...set the school record for treys twice...against Georgia Tech, nailed a career-high six treys, including a school record five three-pointers in the second half, helping UVa to a school record 11 three-point buckets...totaled a career-high 22 points in the win over the Yellow Jackets...at Maryland, made three consecutive three-pointers en route to a school record five second-half treys and a career-best six treys...also blocked a shot against the Terps...nailed two free throws with seven seconds left to give Virginia a 66-62 win over Florida State...also notched a career-best 22 points in win over Long Island...scored 19 points in win over Liberty..grabbed a career-best 11 rebounds at Richmond.

2000-01
Started 23 of 27 games in the backcourt and averaged 23.4 minutes...averaged 6.1 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 2.1 assists... shot 51.9 percent (55-106) from the field and 82.8 percent (24-49) from the line...a strong three-point threat, she shot 45.1% (32-71) from three-point range...scored a career-high 15 points (5-6 FG, 5-7 FT) and added three rebounds, two assists, and two steals against Richmond...netted 12 points, including three 3-point field goals, and added five rebounds against North Carolina...played 18 minutes and recorded six points and two rebounds against Mount St. Mary?s)...scored 11 points (4-4 FG, 3-3 3-pt. FG) against Georgia Tech... netted nine points and added five rebounds and four assists against George Washington...handed out five assists at Clemson...scored 10 points and added seven rebounds and five assists against Florida State in the ACC Tournament?played 32 minutes in the NCAA Tournament first round game against Michigan and registered six points, hitting two three-pointers, five rebounds and a career-high six assists.

High School
Three-year starter for Head Coach Doug Garrett at Midlothian High School...averaged 16 points, five assists and three steals per game at point guard position..led team to a 31-0 record and AAA State championship in her senior year...team was 77-3 when she was a starter and 100-13 overall during her prep career...became all-time leading scorer in school history with 1,528 points and all-time assist leader with 539...set school single-season record for three-point field goals made with 38...named first team All-Dominion District three years...selected as the Most Valuable Player in the Dominion District and Central Region twice...named Virginia?s Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior...the MVP for the state of Virginia as a senior...named the Richmond Times Dispatch State Player of the Year as a senior...invited to the WBCA camp as a sophomore...Named All-Academic in the Dominion District three years...played AAU basketball for the James River Blaze under coach Edmund Sherod...AAU team went to Nationals five years and qualified for five consecutive championship rounds...earned a total of 10 letters in high school?four in basketball, three in tennis, two in cross country and one in volleyball...named the singles tennis Player of the Year in the Dominion District...earned All-District honors in tennis doubles...selected All-district in cross country...named to Dean?s List and National Honor Society.

Personal
Anna Elizabeth Prillaman...born Jan. 6, 1982 in Richmond, Va....parents are Walt and Tricia Prillaman...has an older brother Brett and younger twin sisters Emily and Erin...brother plays football at VMI...father played football at Richmond...American politics major.

Prillaman by the Numbers

Year GP-GS FGM-A Pct. 3FGM-A Pct. FTM-A Pct. Or-Dr-TR Avg. A TO Blk Stl Pf-D M-Avg Pts.-Avg.
2000-01 27-23 55-106 .519 32-71 .451 24-29 .828 23-59-82 3.0 57 29 1 12 49-1 632-23.4 166-6.1
ACC 14-11 30-56 .536 19-39 .487 8-10 .800 7-32-39 2.8 26 20 1 6 27-1 350-25.0 87-6.2
2001-02 30-24 88-180 .489 57-125 .456 39-48 .813 25-80-105 3.5 57 36 1 15 55-2 842-28.1 272-9.1
ACC 16-11 41-89 .461 30-69 .425 26-32 .813 13-37-50 3.1 28 18 1 6 36-2 445-27.8 138-8.6
2002-03 31-26 58-157 .369 33-102 .324 17-25 .680 30-95-125 4.0 46 34 4 23 38-0 849-27.4 166-5.4
ACC 16-12 20-67 .299 15-49 .306 11-13 .846 14-41-55 3.4 20 19 4 8 21-0 430-26.9 66-4.1
Career 88-73 201-443 .453 122-298 .409 80-102 .784 78-234-312 3.5 160 99 6 50 142-3 2,323-26.4 604-6.9
ACC 46-37 91-212 .429 64-157 .408 45-55 .818 34-110-145 3.2 74 57 6 20 84-3 1,225-26.7 291-6.3

Career Highs

Points:		22 vs. Georgia Tech, 2-11-02
		22 vs. Long Island, 12-28-01
3-pointers:	6 (twice), last vs. Ga. Tech, 2-11-02
3-pt. FGA:	10 vs. Ga. Tech, 2-11-02
Rebounds:	11 at Richmond, 11-19-01
Assists:	6 vs. Michigan, 3-17-01
Steals:		3 (3X), last vs. Illinois, 3-22-03
Blocks:		2 vs. Clemson, 2-3-03
Minutes:	38 at Clemson, 2-7-02
Double-Doubles:	1