Amy Pack
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Amy Pack

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Stephenville, Texas

High School:
Stephenville H.S.

Last College:
UTEP

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
02/22/1981

Experience:
1L


2002-03 (JUNIOR): The former standout at UTEP appeared in 30 of 34 games and made eight starts in her inaugural season with the Purple and White...Averaged a shade under 15 minutes per game...Was second on the team in field goal percentage, going 64-of-149 for a .432 clip...Saw a vast improvement in her three-point shooting, knocking down 10-for-25...Third on the squad in free throw percentage at .784 (40-of-51)...Finished fourth on the team in rebounding with 3.3 per game...Fell just short of 100 boards with 98...Totaled 178 points for an average of 5.9 per game...Led the Purple and White in scoring once...Had four games in which she scored in double figures...Started the first two games in which she appeared as a Lady Frog...Netted five points and hauled down five rebounds in her first game versus Utah Nov. 22...Tossed in nine points at Arkansas Nov. 25 in 26 minutes of action...Connected on 2-of-4 treys against the Lady Razorbacks as well...Came away with eight points and five swipes off the glass in a mere 13 minutes versus Holy Cross Nov. 28...Recorded her first 10-plus point effort at Purdue Nov. 29 with 11 on 4-of-6 shooting from the floor...Gave an efficient performance against SMU Dec. 5 with nine points...Pack hit both of her field goal attempts, one of which was a three, and buried all four charity tosses in 14 minutes...Went a perfect 4-for-4 from the line in TCU's next contest at Texas Dec. 10 en route to eight points, while also snagging six rebounds...Her hot shooting on freebies continued Jan. 3 when Miami (Ohio) came to Fort Worth, as she went 6-of-6...Pack also had five steals, which tied with Sandora Irvin and Kim Ortega for a TCU season-high...Hit 14-of-14 from the line over Dec. 5-Jan. 19...Collected season-highs for rebounds and assists Jan. 31 at Marquette with nine and three...Started three straight contests over Feb. 9-14...Gave a great effort against one of the nation's best in third-rated Tennessee Feb. 11 in Rocky Top with 14 points on 6-of-9 shooting, including 2-of-3 from three-point land...She put up those numbers while playing only 19 minutes...Had nine points and six rebounds versus Saint Louis Feb. 14...Scored the most points of her career wearing a Lady Frog uniform Feb. 21 at Southern Miss by nailing 9-of-13 field goal attempts for 20 points to lead all TCU scorers...Also grabbed six boards and had a pair of steals...Pack's eight points versus USF March 2 included her second 6-for-6 outing of the season from the charity stripe...Came up big for TCU in the Conference USA Tournament's title bout with Cincinnati March 9, drilling five of her six shots from the floor and 4-of-6 from the line for 14 points...Also had three rebounds and a season-high two blocks...In her first NCAA Tournament game versus Michigan State March 23, Pack saw 16 minutes of action and recorded four points and picked the Spartans' pockets three times.

2001-02: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.

*2000-01 (SOPHOMORE): Topped the Western Athletic Conference in overall scoring (19.1) and finished second in rebounding (9.4)...Was a first-team All-WAC selection...Finished 31st nationally in scoring and ranked fifth among all sophomores...Voted UTEP's team MVP for the second-straight season...Earned WAC Player of the Week honors in late November...Was an academic all-conference honoree...Shot 44.7 percent from the floor...Led the squad in blocks with 10...Played more minutes than any other Miner, averaging 33.7 per contest...Had 13 double-doubles on the season...Scored in double figures in 23 of 27 games...Reached double digits in rebounding 14 times...Started all but one game...Made at least 10 free throws in eight games and took at least 10 attempts on 11 separate occasions...Shot 12-of-18 and recorded 27 points in UTEP's first game of the season versus Colorado-Colorado Springs Nov. 17...Also had 11 rebounds for her first double-double of the year...Had consecutive marks of 20-plus in the scoring column Nov. 21 and 24 against New Mexico State and UTSA with 24 and 22...Pack also corralled a career-high 14 rebounds against UTSA and shot a stellar 12-of-13 from the charity stripe...Posted back-to-back double-doubles Dec. 5 and 8 at UT-Pan American and New Mexico State with 12 and 11, and 17 and 12...Poured in 20 points when UTEP hosted UC-Riverside Dec. 16, with half of her points coming on freebies...After a quiet 13 against UT-Pan American Dec. 22, Pack unloaded in UTEP's next game following Christmas break...In her lone appearance of the season coming off the bench, Pack notched a career-high 34 points against Sul Ross State Dec. 30...She made 12-of-18 field goals and went 10-for-11 from the line...Had five straight games with over 20 points beginning with Sul Ross State...Took a career-best 19 attempts on free throws in UTEP's conference opener at San Jose State Jan. 2...Made 14 of them en route to 24 points...Three days later, Nevada felt Pack's wrath, as she lit up the Silver State for 27...Fresno State gave up 29 to Pack thanks to 12-of-19 shooting and also allowed her to pocket 12 rebounds...Had her second 30-point effort of the season and fourth of her career Jan. 12 when San Jose State came to El Paso...Made an incredible 16-of-17 charity tosses and hit eight field goals for 32 points...Also established a new career-high by playing 48 minutes and tied her career mark of 14 boards...Scored another 20-spot Jan. 19 at SMU with 21...Nailed 13-of-16 on free throws Jan. 21 at Tulsa and sank three jumpers for 19 points...Scored over 20 in four straight games over Jan. 28-Feb. 11...Got the streak started by playing all 40 minutes versus Nevada, racking up 28 points and 12 rebounds...Followed that up with 9-of-14 shooting at Rice Feb. 4 for 21 points and also collected 10 boards...Had 23 points against her current squad Feb. 6...Went 11-for-18 from the field versus Tulsa Feb. 11 en route to 27 points...Also grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out a trio of assists on the Golden Hurricane...Went for 16 points and 13 boards two days later when UTEP hosted SMU...Finished out her career as a Miner with a double-double performance versus San Jose State March 6 in the first round of the WAC Tournament...Scored 16 points and seized 11 rebounds in 36 minutes of action.

*1999-00 (FRESHMAN): Led the conference in scoring (18.5) and rebounding (8.9) in league games as a freshman...Became the first freshman in WAC history to lead the league in conference-game scoring average...Averaged 16.1 points and 8.3 rebounds per game for the year...Was WAC Freshman of the Year, second-team All-WAC and appeared on the all-newcomer team...Had nine double-doubles as a freshman and led the Miners in scoring, rebounding, free throws, blocks and steals...Scored in double figures 23 times and reached double digits in rebounding on 10 different occasions...Scored 10 points and had four rebounds in her first career game Nov. 19 versus New Mexico State...Was 8-of-10 from the free throw line in back-to-back contests with Prairie View A&M and Boise State Nov. 21 and 24, scoring 13 and 12 points...Hit her first career three-pointer versus Prairie View A&M as well...Drained 5-of-12 field goals Nov. 26 at Nevada and finished a perfect 9-for-9 from the charity stripe to close with 19 points...Had 10 points, seven rebounds and four steals on Cal State-Northridge Nov. 27...Tallied 17 and 16 points in consecutive games with New Mexico State and UTA Dec. 11 and 14...Recorded her first career 20-point outing with 26 Dec. 17 versus Southern by hitting a stellar 9-of-12 field goals tries and knocking down eight free throws...Also had five swipes...Notched three straight double-doubles over Dec. 18-Jan. 4...Scored 11 points and pocketed 12 rebounds on Alcorn State to begin the streak...Followed up that effort with 12 points and a dozen boards at New Mexico Dec. 28...Finished it with 16 points and 11 grabs off the glass against Houston...Got her second 20-point contest Jan. 8 at Hawai'i by hitting 11-of-21 from the floor on her way to 24 points...A week later, Pack played 45 minutes in an overtime battle with Fresno State and recorded 30 points on 11-of-19 shooting and making 8-for-10 from the line...Also snagged 11 rebounds...Gave her current teammates and TCU Head Coach Jeff Mittie an up-close look at her abilities Jan. 22, as she recorded 24 points, 10 rebounds and five steals in 34 minutes...Saw all but two minutes on the hardwood Feb. 5 versus San Jose State on her way to a then-career-high 33 points...Shot lights out from the field, going 12-of-18, and hauled in the first of her four career-high games of 14 rebounds...Had three straight contests with at least 20 points and 10 boards over Feb. 24-29...Pack poured in 23 points on Rice thanks in large part to her 11-of-12 effort from the free throw line and grabbed 10 rebounds...Penciled in 21 points and 14 rebounds on the box score versus Tulsa Feb. 26...Lit up San Jose State for 26 on 9-of-15 shooting and collected 12 boards.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Stephenville High School, and was voted team MVP each year...Was first-team all-district and academic all-district each of her four seasons...Was a second-team all-state selection...Also earned all-region and all-area honors.

PERSONAL: Pack is a kinesiology major...The daughter of Eddie and Karen Johnson...Full name is Amy Nicole Pack...Born Feb. 22, 1981.

CAREER HIGHS
Points: 34, vs. Sul Ross State (Dec. 30, 2000)
Rebounds: 14, four times, last vs. San Jose State (Jan. 12, 2001)
Assists: 5, three times, last at Hawaii (March 1, 2001)
Steals: 5, four times, last vs. Miami (Ohio) (Jan. 3, 2003)
Blocks: 3, vs. Sul Ross State (Dec. 30, 2000)
Minutes: 48, vs. San Jose State (Jan. 12, 2001)

2002-03 HIGHS
Points: 20, at Southern Miss (Feb. 21)
Rebounds: 9, at Marquette (Jan. 31)
Assists: 3, at Marquette (Jan. 31)
Steals: 5, vs. Miami (Ohio) (Jan. 3)
Blocks: 2, vs. Cincinnati (March 9)
Minutes: 26, at Arkansas (Nov. 25)

NCAA TOURNAMENT HIGHS
Points: 4, vs. Michigan State (March 23, 2003)
Rebounds: 3, at Connecticut (March 25, 2003)
Assists: 1, vs. Michigan State (March 23, 2003)
Steals: 3, vs. Michigan State (March 23, 2003)
Blocks: None
Minutes: 16, vs. Michigan State (March 23, 2003)

PACK'S CAREER STATISTICS

SeasonG-GSMP-Avg.FG-FGAPct.3P-3PAPct.FT-FTAPct.Reb.Avg.PF-DQATOBLKSPts.Avg.
*1999-0025-24828-33.1142-341.4164-19.211146-186.7852258.3104-73311285143416.1
*2000-0128-27943-33.7177-396.4470-7.000180-250.7202629.498-741109104553419.1
2001-02Ineligible-NCAA transfer rules
2002-0330-8448-14.964-149.43010-25.40040-51.784983.372-012555181785.9
Career83-512219-26.7383-886.43214-51.275366-487.7525857.0274-148627623114114613.8
* At UTEP

UP CLOSE WITH AMY

Nicknames: "Amos" and "AP"
Why do you wear the No. 3? Allen Iverson is my favorite player.
Favorite song: "Unwell" by Matchbox Twenty
Favorite TV shows: "Friends" and "Sex and the City"
Favorite class at TCU: Kinesiology classes
Favorite Coach Mittie quote: "Eyes on me!"
Most impressive person you know: My mother
Person in history you'd like to meet: Jesus
Person you'd most like to trade places with for a day: Courtney Cox
Teammate who makes you laugh the most: Stephanie Faulkner
Person who has most influenced your career in athletics: My family
Most memorable moment in sports: Playing UConn in Storrs, Conn., last year
Best player you've ever faced: Diana Taurasi (UConn)
Craziest ambition: To swim with a whale deep in the ocean
One thing you wish you were better at: Time management
Favorite sport besides basketball: Soccer
One possession you'd keep if you lost all but one: Cash and credit cards
Team you'd most like to see added to the schedule: Texas A&M or UTEP
The best advice you've ever been given: "Don't believe everything you hear."
A place you've always wanted to visit but never had the chance: Alaska
What motivates you? After practicing three hours a day, getting the chance to play someone other than teammates
Your dream job: To own my own business
Why you chose to attend TCU: Quality of the basketball program and the education
The best thing about playing basketball for the Lady Frogs: The team chemistry and the support from boosters
Teammate who will be the biggest surprise in 2003-04: Natasha Lacy


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