The following are photos of TCU versus nationally ranked No. 12 Georgia Friday night.
Big 12 All-Defensive Team (2013-14)
Four-time TCU Female Athlete of the Week
Started all 32 contests played during final season.
Saw streak of 70-consecutive starts come to an end in final contest of season in WNIT opener due to injury.
Averaged career-best 6.2 points to go with 7.9 rebounds per contest, which ranked sixth in the Big 12.
Led the Big 12 and ranked third nationally for the second year in a row with 3.8 blocks per contest.
Totaled 123 blocks on the season, ranking third all-time in single-season history at TCU.
Only Baylor's Brittney Griner has posted more than 123 blocks in a single season in Big 12 history.
Blocked a shot in all contests during the 2013-14 season to extend her streak of games with at least one block to 69, shattering the TCU record previously held by former great Sandora Irvin.
Increased her production against top-25 competition with 4.6 blocks in 10 games.
Finished her career with the most blocks (232) in the country since the start of the 2012-13 season.
Posted five or more blocks in 13 contests, including nine against Big 12 competition.
Rounded out her career with 742 rebounds, ranking fifth all-time in school history.
Scored in double figures in six games while grabbing 10 or more rebounds in five contests.
Registered one double-double while posting at least eight points and eight rebounds in six other contests.
Shot 43 percent (72-of-169) from the field and a career-best 51 percent (53-of-105) from the free-throw line.
Also tallied a career high with 52 steals on the season, ranking ninth in the Big 12 (1.6 spg).
Swatted career-high 10 shots against Stephen F. Austin, marking the fourth-most nationally during the 2013-14 season as well as the fourth most in TCU history.
Narrowly missed a triple-double in the contest with 11 points and eight rebounds.
The points-blocks double-double was the first since Sandora Irvin achieved the feat on Dec. 21, 2003 and only the third such performance in program history.
Grabbed 13 rebounds to go with seven points against SMU.
Posted nine points and nine boards against No. 16 Purdue at Hardwood Tournament of Hope in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
Opened Big 12 play against No. 10 Iowa State with seven blocks and nine rebounds.
Helped lead TCU to first-ever Big 12 road win with 12 points and nine rebounds at Texas Tech. Went 4-of-5 from the free-throw line in Lubbock.
Tallied eight points, eight boards and three blocks in TCU's comeback win over Kansas.
Followed up performance with six points, six rebounds and six blocks at No. 7 Baylor.
Saved one of the best performances of her career for TCU's historic victory over Texas, where she posted 10 points, seven blocks and six rebounds.
Scored the go-ahead basket with 28.6 seconds remaining against the Longhorns while swatting three shots in the final minute.
Tallied 12 rebounds and four blocks at No. 11 Oklahoma State.
Grabbed season-high 14 boards to go with eight points and five blocks as TCU knocked off No. 23 Iowa State on the road.
Swatted seven shots in final collegiate game against No. 7 West Virginia in the quarterfinals of the Big 12 Championship before leaving in the final minutes due to injury.
Finished the season ranked third nationally in blocked shots, averaging 3.63 blocks per contest.
Averaged 6.1 points and 9.0 rebounds per game. Ranked sixth in program history with 269 total boards.
Lovings ranked second in the Big 12 in blocked shots with 3.6 and was one of just four players to rank in the top 10 in the Big 12 in rebounding and top five in blocked shots.
Posted more blocks during the 2012-13 season than in her first two years combined with 109 and moved into No. 2 all-time in TCU history in blocks.
Posted five double-digit scoring games and nine multi-rebound contests.
Tallied five or more blocks in eight contests.
Blocked a career-high nine shots at Texas Tech.
Swatted eight shots against Sam Houston State.
Posted a career-high 16 points to go with 16 rebounds in career-best 38 minutes at Kansas State.
Scored a then season-high 10 points, grabbed seven boards and blocked six shots against Georgia.
Tallied six blocks against Charlotte in season-opener with nine boards.
Recorded 13 rebounds and blocked five shots in win over SMU.
Posted 10 rebounds and eight points on 3-of-3 shooting aginst UCF.
Recorded her second-straight game of 10 boards at Texas State, while blocking four shots.
Posted her first career double-double with 11 points and 15 boards against UTPA.
Also grabbed a career-high 17 boards against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, marking second-straight game with 15 or more boards.
Closed the season with 11 rebounds against Kansas at the Big 12 Tournament.
Ranked No. 25 in the NCAA in blocked shots on the season with 2.3 blocks per game.
Moved into third spot all-time at TCU in career blocked shots.
Posted the fifth-best single-season total in school history with 68 total blocks.
Tallied six blocks against UNLV on Jan. 18.
Posted five or more rebounds and three or more blocks in five out of the 14 conference games, including 11 games of two or more blocks and three contests of four or more swats during that stretch.
TCU's leading rebounder overall and in conference play, Lovings led the Frogs on the glass in six of the 14 MW games, including a game of 11 against Air Force in which she had eight defensive boards.
Helped the Frogs rank first in the Mountain West in blocks and No. 9 in the NCAA
Closed the year ranked No. 1 in blocked shots in conference play with 34.
Ranked in the top 10 in the Mountain West in field goal percentage (No. 1), rebounding (No. 9) and blocks (No. 1) through 14 games.
Posted a career game against UTSA, scoring a previous career-high of 10 points, while also blocking four shots for a second-straight game.
Made her first three career starts to open the season.
Posted five blocks against Hartford while also posting eight boards.
Matched her previous career-high in points with 10 against Fordham.
Recorded a then-career high nine boards against Houston.
Pulled down eight rebounds against San Diego State, while chipping in with nine points.
Scored a then-career high 14 points on 6-of-7 shooting against Boise State, while also tying her previous career-best with nine rebounds in 33 minutes of action, also a career-high.
Saw action in 23 games during the 2010-11 season.
Saw her first action of her career against Sam Houston State, playing 12 minutes.
Scored a career-high eight points at Air Force and against Texas Southern.
Posted three blocks against both BYU and Utah.
Led TCU in blocked shots with 21 on the season.
Ranked ninth in the Mountain West in blocks during conference play.
Played in every conference game, recording 16 blocks overall.
Posted double-digit minutes in 16 games.
Starred at Paschal High School, located only blocks away from the TCU campus. Ranked as the nation's No. 17 post player prior to her senior year by ESPN HoopGurlz, as well as the 10th-best senior in the state of Texas.
Named Second-Team All-District 3-5A in 2009.
Earned three letters playing basketball for Paschall before electing to not participate for the Panthers during her senior season.
In addition to her basketball prowess, was also a standout on the volleyball court, having earned First-Team All-District 3-5A honors as a junior.
Played club ball for the Fort Worth Frogs for four years under coach Jim Parker.