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33 Tiffany Sardin
Tiffany  Sardin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chicago, Ill.

High School:
John Marshall

Height:
6-1

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
10/17/1983


2005-06
Named the team's Cavalier of the Year and Best Offensive Player ... shared the team's Leadership Award ... team captain for third year ... only the second Cavalier in school history to achieve the honor three times (Val Ackerman was the first) ... started every game ... finished third in team scoring with 11.0 ppg while leading in rebounding with 6.8 rpg ... in last collegiate game, added eight points and five rebounds at Pittsburgh in WNIT quarterfinal ... had 12 points, nine boards, and a block in the win over Miami in the WNIT second round ... added six points and seven rebounds in the WNIT first round win over St. Joseph's ... had eight points and seven boards against No. 1 North Carolina in the ACC quarterfinal ... recorded her sixth career double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds in the upset of No. 25 Boston College in the ACC first round ... added 10 points and a game-high nine rebounds in the win over Clemson during last home game ... had 15 points and nine rebounds in the win at Wake Forest ... added nine points and six boards in the win over Longwood ... led the Cavaliers with 19 points and 10 rebounds against No. 1 North Carolina for her fifth double-double ... had 13 points, five boards, and a block at No. 2 Duke ... paced UVa with a career-high 22 points and 10 rebounds at No. 6 Maryland for her fourth career double-double ... also blocked two shots and took a charge against the Terrapins ... had eight points, including shooting a perfect 4-for-4 from the line, against Virginia Tech ... added nine points and a team-high 11 rebounds against Florida State ... only Cavalier in double digits with 12 points at No. 24 Boston College ... recorded her third career double-double in the win at Miami with 14 points and a game-high 10 rebounds ... tallied eight points against No. 6 Maryland ... had eight points in the upset win at No. 18/23 Virginia Tech ... paced UVa with 16 points against No. 25 NC State ... grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds at Florida State ... paced UVa with 14 points and a block in the win at Marquette ... scored 15 points and grabbed five boards in the win over Middle Tennessee ... named the Cavalier Classic Most Valuable Player ... had 20 points and 10 rebounds for her second career double-double in the Cavalier Classic Championship win over Holy Cross ... also had two steals and a block ... contributed with points and six rebounds in the win over Yale in the opening round ... had 10 points, five boards, and a block in the win over Marshall ... added nine points and seven boards in the win at Seton Hall...named to the Paradise Jam All-Tournament Team ... chipped in six points and five boards against No. 12 Minnesota in the Paradise Jam championship ... added 12 points in the win over Alabama in the opening round ... had 12 points and eight boards in the win over Wright State ... led UVa with 14 points and a career-high 12 rebounds for first career double-double in the win at George Washington.

2004-05
Shared team's Unsung Hero award ... recipient of the Thomas J. Ryan Scholarship for the 2006 season as a hard-working player committed to success ... team captain for second straight year ... played in every game with nine starts ... started against No. 12 Minnesota in the NCAA Tournament second round, grabbing four rebounds ... came off the bench for 16 points, six boards, and three assists in 31 minutes in the win over Old Dominion in the NCAA Tournament first round ... received the starting nod in both ACC tourney games for injured LaTonya Blue ... paced UVa with a career-high 21 points, including a perfect 6-for-6 from the line, against No. 4/3 North Carolina in the semifinal ... tied her previous career high of 18 points and grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in the upset of No. 4 seed Florida State in the quarterfinal ... named the Aeropostale Player of the Game ... also named to the ACC All-Tournament Team ... joined the starting line-up at No. 8/4 North Carolina, adding five points and four boards ... added four points against No. 8/6 North Carolina ... grabbed three rebounds and dished out two assists in the upset at No. 24/19 Florida State ... had four points in the win over Virginia Tech ... added four points, four boards, and a block in the win over Dartmouth ... scored eight points and grabbed three boards in the win over Clemson ... grabbed six rebounds against No. 1 Duke ... had six points in the win at Georgia Tech ... contributed five points and five boards in the win over South Carolina ... had four points and two blocks in the win over James Madison, helping UVa to the Marriott Cavalier Classic title and giving head coach Debbie Ryan the 600th win of her career ... grabbed three rebounds in the wins over Albany and St. Francis ... added wight points and three rebounds in the win over Northwestern, helping UVa to second place at the invite ... re-joined the starting line-up to play in front of her hometown crowd at the Mildred & Roger L. White Invitational ... paced UVa with a then career-high 18 points against No. 24 Houston ... came off the bench for six points and five rebounds in the win at Cleveland State ... grabbed six rebounds in the win over Delaware State ... had two steals against Arizona State.

2003-04
Team captain ... earned the Alumni Scholarship for the 2005 season as the Cavalier who best exemplified spirit and dedication ... saw action in 29 games with two starts ... started against No. 10 North Carolina in the ACC quarterfinal ... grabbed six boards against the Tar Heels ... dished out six points, seven boards, and five assists at No. 11 North Carolina ... came off the bench for eight points and seven rebounds in the win over Wake Forest ... chipped in nine points and four boards at No. 4 Duke ... grabbed three rebounds in the win at Georgetown and in the win over Maryland ... added six points in the win at Wake Forest ... had five points and three boards against No. 10/11 North Carolina ... came off the bench for 12 points, including a perfect 6-for-6 from the line, in the win at Florida State ... had a perfect shooting night with eight points, including 4-for-4 from the line, against No. 1/2 Duke ... came off the bench for a career-high 14 points, four boards, and career-high two steals in the win at NC State ... grabbed three rebounds against No. 7/6 Minnesota ... made her first start of the season against Hartford and added four points and three assists ... had four points and four rebounds against No. 2 Texas.

2002-03
Saw action in 22 games with six starts as a true freshman...averaged 1.8 ppg and 2.7 rpg...grabbed five rebounds against No. 1 seed/No. 4 Tennessee in the NCAA second round...had a bucket in the NCAA first round win over Illinois...suffered a sprained right ankle against Wake Forest on Feb. 6...missed seven games...dressed against No. 7/8 North Carolina...returned to action against No. 9/11 North Carolina in ACC quarterfinal where she grabbed two rebounds in two minutes of action...started against No. 1 Duke and had seven points, including a perfect 3-3 from the line...had nine points and six boards at Wake Forest...recorded five points and a career-high nine rebounds at Clemson...had four points and four boards off the bench at Ohio State...made first collegiate start in the win over Long Island...dished out a career-best three assists in the win over St. Joseph's...blocked a career-best two shots in the upset of No. 22 Old Dominion in the season opener.

High School
2002 Academic All-American...coached by Dorothy Gaters at John Marshall HS...All-State, All-Conference, All-City honoree...named Most Valuable Player of the Peoria Tournament...a first-team Illinois High School Association selection...elected Most Athletic and Varsity MVP...averaged 18 ppg and 10 rpg at John Marshall HS en route to the Illinois state quarterfinals as a junior...adidas Top 10 Camp Upperclass All-Star...also earned Street & Smith?s All-America Honorable Mention honors in 2001...named to the Chicago All-Final Four Team...ranked No. 37 by the All-Star Girls Report and No. 73 on the Blue Star Top 100 Seniors List...ranked No. 3 player nationally in her position...four-year National Honor Society member and honor roll student...played with Cavalier teammate Brandi Teamer.

Personal
Tiffany Sardin ... born October 17, 1983, in Chicago, Ill. ... mother is Linda Sardin... siblings are Don (23), Roneal (22), Devin (15), Stacey (14), and Ashley (13) ... cousin Johnny Harris plays for the New York Giants ... volunteered in physical therapy at Cook County Hospital ... child daycare volunteer at Marshall HS ... hopes to play in the WNBA ... contemplating a career in sports medicine ... open major.

Sardin 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.
2002-03 22-6 16-54 .296 0-2 .000 8-17 .471 23-36-59 2.7 9 30 4 7 32-9 221-10.0 40-1.8
ACC 10-5 9-28 .321 0-1 .000 5-11 .455 11-19-30 3.0 4 20 1 3 15-0 115-11.5 23-2.3
2003-04 29-2 42-100 .420 0-3 .000 20-26 .769 31-42-73 2.5 32 48 4 14 60-2 416-14.3 104-3.6
ACC 16-0 31-75 .413 0-3 .000 20-26 .769 18-27-45 2.8 21 31 4 10 38-1 261-16.3 82-5.1
2004-05 32-9 68-151 .440 5-11 .454 20-28 .714 27-66-93 2.9 32 49 6 12 58-0 546-17.1 161-5.0
ACC 14-1 16-48 .333 0-1 .000 7-10 .700 11-18-29 2.1 10 18 0 4 21-0 171-12.2 39-2.8
2005-06 32-32 147-317 .464 3-16 .188 56-84 .667 84-132-216 6.8 32 83 16 50 98-2 900-28.1 353-11.0
ACC 14-14 63-144 .438 2-8 .250 34-49 .694 36-64-100 7.1 19 45 7 23 44-1 430-30.7 162-11.6
Career 115-49 273-622 .439 8-32 .250 104-155 .671 165-276-441 3.8 105 210 30 83 248-13 2,083-18.1 658-5.7
ACC 54-20 119-295 .403 2-13 .154 66-96 .688 76-128-204 3.8 54 114 13 40 118-2 977-18.1 306-5.7

Career Highs

Points:  22 at #6 Maryland, 2-5-06
3-pointers: 2 vs. Old Dominion, 3-19-05
Rebounds:  12 at G. Wash., 11-18-06
Assists:  5 at #11 North Carolina, 2-29-04
Steals:  5 vs. #25 NC State, 1-13-06
Blocks:  2 (6X), last at W. Forest, 2-18-06

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