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2004-05 (SOPHOMORE): Followed up her rookie campaign with an even better sophomore season...Averaged 9.5 points, 5.8 rebounds, 5.8 assists and 2.8 steals, good for a place on the Conference USA Third Team...Ranked third in C-USA in steals, fourth in assists and eighth in assist/turnover ratio (1.5)...From a national standpoint, Lacy was 22nd in assists and 35th in steals...Finished the season as TCU's second leading rebounder and third leading scorer...Lacy's 349 career helpers puts her within 96 of tying Jill Sutton's school record...Her 177 career steals ranks tied for fourth with Janice Dziuk and is 107 away from equaling Rachel Hesse's record...Tallied 184 assists on the season to reestablish the school record for a second consecutive year...Her season assist average was tops in school history as well...Came away with 90 steals, the third highest total in one season in TCU history...Reach double digits in scoring in 18 games...Gave a career performance in the Lady Frogs' game against SMU on Dec. 2...Went 6-for-6 from the field and 3-for-3 at the line in an 85-65 win over the Mustangs...It tied a single-game school record for field goal percentage...Narrowly missed grabbing the first triple-double in TCU history Dec. 9 against Oklahoma with nine points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists...Set a new career-high with 23 points at Cincinnati on Jan. 23 in a 68-51 Lady Frog win...Gave what might be the gutsiest performance of her career Jan. 30 at Houston...Lacy severely rolled an ankle in the Tuesday practice before the Sunday afternoon tilt...After not being sure if she would even be able to play 24 hours prior to tip, Lacy came off the bench and played 36 minutes...Her 10 points, five rebounds and six helpers help key TCU to a win 63-55...It was only the Lady Frogs' second triumph in 18 tries at Houston...Scored a dozen and assisted on 11 other baskets in an 84-81 overtime loss to the Blue Demons...TCU trailed by as many as 18 in the first half...Scored in double figures in TCU's final six contests.
2003-04 (FRESHMAN): Had an impressive first year as a true freshman...Finished the season averaging seven points, 5.5 rebounds and 5.2 assists...She was the team's second best rebounder and leader in assists...Set what was then a TCU single-season record for assists with 165...Had what was then the third most steals in one year by a Lady Frog with 87...Shot 45.2 percent from the floor...Her rebounding average was sixth among Conference USA freshmen...Lacy's 5.2 assists and 2.7 steals was the best among league rookies...Was fourth in the conference in assists and steals among all players...Finished in the top 50 nationally in assists and steals at Nos. 45 and 46...Was named to the C-USA All-Freshman Team...Was subsequently named to the C-USA All-Tournament Team along with teammate Sandora Irvin for her tourney performance...Played some stifling defense versus No. 5-ranked Tennessee on Jan. 2...Had five steals in the game and also scored five points in 22 minutes off the bench...Gave a stellar performance Feb. 13 at East Carolina with 22 points and 10 rebounds in a four overtime thriller...Dished out seven assists and recorded six steals as well...Made four threes, including one in OT No. 4 that tied the game up at 117-all with 2:55 to go...Played all but four minutes at Charlotte on Feb. 15...Scored seven points and assisted on 11 baskets to fall one short of tying the school's single-game record...Established a career-high with 14 rebounds against Marquette on Feb. 20...Ten came in the first half.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Montwood H.S. in El Paso playing for Head Coach Steve Barrera...Garnered Honorable Mention All-America accolades by Street & Smith's...Rated as the ninth-best point guard in the nation and 23rd-best player overall by All-Star Girls Report...Ranked in the top 75 of Blue Star Basketball's picks for seniors...Played in the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-Star game...Selected by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches to participate in the Texas-Oklahoma Oil Bowl All-Star game following her senior campaign...Was named Ms. Basketball in El Paso, Texas...Tabbed as the city's Most Valuable Player as well...Selected to the all-region squad...Recognized as the district's MVP...A McDonald's All-America nominee...Averaged 23 points, six rebounds, six assists and five steals per game as a sophomore...Notched a triple-double average her senior season with 25 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists, four steals and four blocks...Also picked up a couple of varsity letters in track and field...Competed in the USA Track & Field Junior Olympics one year in the 400m.
PERSONAL: Lacy is a communications with a human relations emphasis major...Has three older siblings, Keota Maryuen, 29, Marcus, 28, and Austin, 25...Natasha Lacy, the daughter of Austin and Pauline Lacy, was born July 8, 1985.