1999: Averaged more than 50 minutes per game, playing in every match but one...Four assists for a total of four points...2000 Tracy Caulkins Award winner, given annually to UF's top graduating female student-athlete...Named to her third All-Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll.
1998: Played in 19 matches for 301 minutes...Two goals and five assists for nine points...Had career-best game in 9-1 win over Mississippi, scoring two goals and recording two assists for six points...Named to SEC Academic Honor Roll.
1997: Played in 19 matches for 398 minutes...One goal and four assists for six points...Scored first collegiate goal in Gators' 10-1 win at Louisiana State...Named to the All-SEC Academic Honor Roll...Shared the Gators' Most Outstanding Student-Athlete Award with Erin Baxter and Melanie Freeman.
1996: Eight matches for 166 minutes.
High School: 1996 first team all county and all state selection...Named 6A Player of the Year by South Florida Referee Association...North Broward County's Scholar Athlete of the Year...High school coach was Laura Rountree...As a senior, scored 17 goals and 10 assists at midfield, while guiding Stoneman Douglas High School to a 20 3 2 record and state semifinal appearance...Helped lead team to regional title and semifinal showing in both 1994 and 1996...Also participated in track, where she was an all county 100-meter dash performer.
Club: Member of Shasta Blitz club team, where she teamed with former Gators Lynn Pattishall and Melissa Pini...Named MVP at 1995 Junior Orange Bowl Tournament...Regional camp participant and member of Florida's state Olympic Development Program (ODP) team.
Personal: Born November 22, 1977...Daughter of Leonard and Jan Bass...1996 graduate of Stoneman Douglas High School...Appeared as an extra in an April 1997 episode of the television show "Melrose Place"...Served as escort runner during 1996 Olympic Torch Relay...Plans to pursue a career in medicine...Also considered Northwestern during the recruiting process.
Major: Graduated in May of 2000 with a degree in zoology.
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