Loyola duo compromise one-third of group to receive award
Senior has bounced back from injury to become a fixture in lineup for Ramblers
Three finish in double-figure scoring for Loyola
Hambric finishes with game-high 23 points
Senior has started in seven games this season
Photos of Lyndsey Booker
Saw action in 22 games, starting in a career-high 12 ... Battled knee injuries throughout the season ... Scored a season-high eight points (3-5 FGs, 2-3 3FGs) in Loyola's victory over Indiana State ... Dished out a seven assists, tying her career-high, in season debut against Eastern Michigan ... Helped spark a game-ending 9-0 run in victory over Drake, hitting three free throws to ice the game in the final minute ... Scored six points in that game ... Finished the year with a career-high 35 assists ... Selected to the Missouri Valley Conference's Scholar-Athlete Team ... One of ten winter sport recipients of the Valley's prestigious Leadership & Service Award.
Played in 30 games, making nine starts ... Versatile player who was forced to see time in the frontcourt due to injuries ... Averaged 4.1 points and 4.1 rebounds per game in her nine starts ... Finished with 10 points, tied her career high with nine rebounds and added two steals off the bench against Western Illinois ... Did not miss a shot in that game (3-3 FGs, 2-2 3FGs, 2-2 FTs) ... Posted four points, six rebounds and five assists while playing entire 40 minutes at Omaha ... Drilled a pair of three-pointers and finished with six points, five rebounds and three steals at Marquette ... Ripped down seven rebounds to go with four assists in 20 minutes off the bench during regular season against Milwaukee ... Knocked down two free throws to seal road win at Cleveland State.
Played in 24 games, making six starts ... Versatile player who played both on the perimeter and inside ... Set career highs in every major category ... Made first career start at Wright State, contributing seven points, five rebounds and seven assists without a turnover in 36 minutes ... Averaged 6.0 points and 3.0 rebounds in her six starts ... Poured in a career-high 14 points (6-10 FGs) and added three steals in home win over Youngstown State ... Knocked down all three of her shots, including a pair of three-pointers, and finished with eight points and three rebounds in home game versus Wright State ... Posted seven points and five rebounds in 23 minutes off the bench in road win at UIC ... Ripped down a career-high nine boards in season finale at Wright State in Horizon League Tournament.
Played in 29 games as the team's backup point guard ... Solid ball-handler with good size for her position ... Scored season-high seven points at home against Butler ... Finished with six points in road win at Detroit ... Played 20 minutes off the bench in first collegiate game at Eastern Michigan ... Handed out four assists without a turnover in 17 minutes at UIC ... Snared seven rebounds, all on the defensive end, at Milwaukee ... Ripped down four boards in season-high 23 minutes in home win over Youngstown State.
One of the top point guards in the state of Michigan ... Excellent passer with good court vision ... Averaged 10.0 points, 6.5 rebounds, 4.9 assists and 3.7 steals per game last season ... Ranked 14th in Oakland County Top 50 by the Oakland Press ... Listed as the No. 4 point guard in the class of 2010 by Michigan Lady Ballers ... Graded as the 48th point guard nationally by ESPN HoopGurlz ... Member of Second Team All-County squad last year by Oakland Press ... Earned BCAM Best Class A Special Mention accolades last year by Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan ... McDonald's All-American nominee ... Named team co-MVP as a senior ... Helped team to four city titles ... Guided team to first regional title and state semifinal appearance as a sophomore ... Named to the All-Area Fourth Team by the Observer Newspapers and was an All-North Team Honorable Mention pick by the Detroit Free Press ... Three-time recipient of conference scholar-athlete award ... Earned team defensive award her freshman and sophomore years ... Played at North Farmington High School for head coach Timothy Carruthers and AAU for the Michigan Monarchs under her father, Raymond Booker ... Led the Monarchs to five consecutive Michigan state titles as the team's starting point guard ... AAU teammate of fellow Loyola freshman Troy Hambric.
Booker's Career Statistics