Photo Gallery-Junior Season (2008-09)
All-Mountain West Conference Third Team
TK LaFleur concluded her two-year TCU career by earning her second straight All-Mountain West Conference honor as a senior... was named to the All-MWC Third Team to follow up a second-team selection as a junior ... finished her career ranked No. 5 all-time at TCU in 3-point shooting (37.8 percent) and No. 7 in scoring average (12.7 ppg) and 3-pointers made (115) ... appeared in all 31 games with 10 starts, including each of the final six contests ... ranked second on the team in 3-pointers made (51); third in scoring (10.7 ppg), rebounds (4.0 rpg) and steals (1.5 spg); fourth in assists (1.5 apg); and fifth in field-goal (39.9 percent) and 3-point shooting (35.7 percent) ... led the MWC in scoring for players with 10 starts or fewer ... ranked 18th overall among MWC players in scoring and was eighth in 3-point shooting and 11th in 3-pointers made (1.6 pg) ... paced TCU in scoring four times and once each in rebounding and assists ... scored in double-figures 18 times, including her season high of 19 points vs. Louisiana Monroe (Dec. 1) and at Utah (Feb. 10) ... played a career-high 40 minutes during the four-overtime victory over the Utes ... scored her 1,000th career point Jan. 27 against Colorado State and hit her 400th career field goal March 3 vs. New Mexico ... moved to a reserve role after the fifth game of the season to give TCU a boost off the bench ... despite coming off the bench, still managed to rank fourth among all Frogs in minutes played (26.3 mpg) ... helped the Frog bench outscore opponents by an average of 7.0 ppg ... recorded her fourth career double-double with game highs of 17 points and 10 boards during TCU's MWC-title-clinching victory over New Mexico (March 3) ... totaled a career-high six steals Jan. 6 at Air Force ... went 5-for-5 from the field with 11 points in 12 minutes of action in the first half of TCU's 67-66 NCAA Tournament First-Round loss to Dayton.
All-Mountain West Conference Second Team
Mountain West Conference Newcomer of the Year
Mountain West Conference Player of the Week (Nov. 17)
TK LaFleur started all 31 games in her first season on the court for TCU after transferring from Nebraska prior to the 2007-08 season... was named All-Mountain West Conference Second Team and MWC Newcomer of the Year... was one of only two Frogs, along with Helena Sverrisdottir, to start each game... led the Mountain West Conference in 3-point field-goal percentage and was seventh in scoring, fifth in steals, sixth in 3-pointers per game and ninth in free-throw shooting... led the Frogs in steals and 3-point field-goal percentage, while ranking second in scoring and rebounds... was 35th nationally in 3-point percentage... placed her name in several of the program's single-season top-10 statistical charts, including: field goals made (seventh), 3-pointers made (seventh), scoring (ninth) and 3-point percentage (ninth)... scored in double figures in 25 of 31 games, while reaching 20-plus points on six occasions... led TCU in scoring nine times, rebounds seven times and assists four times... had four double-doubles, the first of her career... opened her TCU career with a career-high 28-point outburst to help TCU upset No. 3 Maryland in the season opener (Nov. 14)... set career bests in the game for field goals and 3-pointers... followed up her career game by scoring 16 points with three treys and six boards against UTSA (Nov. 16)... named MWC Player of the Week for her performance in TCU's opening two games... set a career high for assists (seven) vs. Sam Houston State (Nov. 23)... led TCU with a game-high 22 points vs. Houston (Nov. 25), in addition to collecting a career-best five steals... made three second-half 3-pointers in TCU's Dec. 7 road upset of No. 3 Cal... pulled down a then-career-high 10 boards, all on the defensive end, at No. 24 Oklahoma State (Dec. 14)... went for 22 points vs. No. 4/3 Texas A&M (Dec. 21)... reached 20 points again Dec. 30 vs. SMU, regrouping from an 0-for-6 start to make seven of her final eight shots, including 4-of-5 from outside the arc... notched her second career double-double with 13 points and a career-best 13 boards (five offensive) Jan. 7 at Colorado State... drilled 5-of-10 attempts from 3-point range on her way to a 20-point performance Jan. 10 at UNLV... led TCU with 18 points and nine boards in the Jan. 17 home win over Air Force... made 7-of-11 shots, including 2-of-2 from behind the arc, while tying Emily Carter for the team lead with 18 points during the Jan. 28 home win over San Diego State... tied career bests for free throws and attempts Feb. 4 at Utah... went for 21 points on 8-of-16 shooting (3-of-6 on 3-pointers) during the Feb. 10 home win over UNLV.. went 3-of-3 from behind the arc Feb. 14 at BYU... totaled 18 points and eight boards during the Feb. 18 road win at Air Force... recorded her third double-double with 16 points and 10 boards (five offensive), while leading the team with three assists and four steals, Feb. 28 at San Diego State... made 7-of-8 free throws on her way to 15 points while helping lead TCU to a home victory over Utah in the regular-season finale... tied a career high with five treys against UNLV during a second-round loss in the MWC Tournament... scored 10 points in her second career NCAA Tournament appearance during TCU's first-round loss to South Dakota State (March 22).
2007-08 (REDSHIRT TRANSFER):
LaFleur sat out the season as a redshirt due to NCAA transfer rules after transferring from Nebraska.
2006-07 (SOPHOMORE AT NEBRASKA):
Provided the Huskers with an active presence as a reserve guard, appearing in all 32 games... averaged 5.4 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game during 19.7 minutes per contest... scored in double-figures four times and recorded career highs of 16 points, six boards and four assists against Florida Atlantic in just 23 minutes... opened the State Farm Classic in Gainesville, Fla., with 11 points and four rebounds during a win over eventual NCAA Sweet 16 qualifier North Carolina State... totaled 10 points the following game to help NU down Florida during the Classic's Championship contest... helped her squad earn its first-ever win over Texas in Austin with 11 points during NU's Big 12 opener.
2005-06 (FRESHMAN AT NEBRASKA):
Appeared in all 32 games, logging just over 16 mintes per contest as a true freshman... compiled averages of 5.4 points and 1.9 rebounds per game... ranked third on the team with 20 3-pointers... scored in double-figures five times, including a career-high 16 points against Texas State, when she shot 5-of-7 from the field... later added 15 points on a career-high five field goals against Texas Southern... also tallied double-figures against Colorado (11 points) and No. 10 Minnesota (10 points)... pulled down a career-high six boards against Oklahoma State... dished out a personal-best four assists against Grambling State.
Earned rankings among the nation's best high school prospects as a senior at Warren Township High School in the Chicago metro area.. ranked No. 5 by All-Star Girls Report on its Top 100 two-guard list as a senior in 2004-05 only one year after garnering the No. 43 ranking on the publication's Top 100 juniors list... earned honorable-mention high school All-America honors from Street & Smith's and was a member of the USA Youth Developmental Festival North Team... claimed a spot in the adidas Top 10 Summer Camp in 2003 and 2004 and was selected to the adidas Top 10 All-Star Team... spent two years at Langham Creek High School in her native Houston before transferring to Warren Township... played summer ball for the Cy-Fair Texans... named third-team Class AA all-state as a senior at Warren Township... averaged 16.7 points, 5.4 rebounds and 3.3 steals per game as a Blue Devil during her junior season, when she was selected first-team all-area by the Arlington Heights Daily Herald... accounted for 21.4 points, 5.6 boards, 4.6 steals and 4.1 assists during her last season at Langham Creek High in 2002-03.
LaFleur is a nutrition and exercise movement major... given name is Trekessa Lorraine LaFleur... has one brother, Patrick... born April 15, 1987 to Cedrick and Tammie LaFleur... aspires to play professional with someday entering the sports nutrition field... spends her free time playing video games and hanging out with friends.
Points: 28 (11/14/08-Maryland)
Rebounds: 13 (1/7/08-Colorado St.)
Field Goals: 10 (11/14/08-Maryland)
Field-Goal Attempts: 21 (1/10/09-UNLV)
3-Point Field Goals: 5, 2x (last 3/11/09-UNLV)
3-Point Field-Goal Attempts: 10, 2x (last 3/11/09-UNLV)
Free Throws: 7, 3x (last 3/7/09-Utah)
Free-Throw Attempts: 8, 3x (last 3/7/09-Utah)
Assists: 7 (11/23/08-Sam Houston)
Steals: 5, 3x (last 1/28/09-SDSU)
Blocks: 2 (12/9/09 vs. SMU)
Minutes: 40 (2/10/10-Utah)
CAREER GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS