Tracy Wynn
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Tracy Wynn

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Booker, Texas

High School:
Booker H.S.

Last College:
Seward County C.C.

Height:
6-2

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
09/24/1981

Experience:
1L


2002-03 (JUNIOR): Was one of only four Lady Frogs to see action in all 34 games...Made nine starts on the year for TCU...Played a total of 470 minutes for an average of just under 14 minutes per contest...Nailed 41 of her 100 field goal attempts for a .410 shooting percentage...Was the team's most accurate free throw shooter at .892 (33-of-37)...Grabbed 106 rebounds on the year for a 3.1 per game average...Had 20 assists and 13 steals...Scored 119 points to average 3.5 each contest...Nabbed a spot on the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for maintaining a 3.0 cumulative GPA or better...Saw 15 minutes of action in the Lady Frogs' first game of the season Nov. 22 versus Utah...Netted two points, grabbed six rebounds and had a pair of steals in that contest...Made the first start of her career in a purple-clad uniform versus Holy Cross Nov. 28, scoring four points and hauling in four boards in a season-high 33 minutes of action...Tallied six points on two field goals and a pair of charity tosses on Purdue Nov. 29...In only seven minutes of playing time versus SMU Dec. 5, Wynn managed to score five points, hitting both shots from the floor including her first three-pointer as a Lady Frog...Contributed eight points at Texas Dec. 10, drilling two of her four attempts from the field and hitting all four free throws...She did not miss a shot from the charity stripe until Jan. 19 at Louisville, going 12-for-12 in the 15 prior games...Started consecutive games versus Oklahoma and Oregon Dec. 14 and 22...Hit all three of her tries from the floor against the Sooners for six points, while missing only one of her four shots on the Ducks en route to a seven-point night...Also grabbed six rebounds on Oregon...Scored six points and snared five boards in TCU's victory over eighth-rated Vanderbilt Dec. 28, the program's first-ever triumph over a top-10 foe...Pocketed a season-high eight rebounds in the Lady Frogs' defensive clinic on Texas Southern Dec. 30, as they held the Lady Tigers to a NCAA record 16 points for the entire game...Five of her boards came on the offensive end...Had four points and two rebounds in 15 minutes against Miami (Ohio) Jan. 3...Gave TCU six rebounds at Santa Clara Jan. 6...Needed only nine minutes to record six points on ECU Jan. 24, going 4-for-4 from the free throw line...Dished out a season-high three assists at the Pirates' expense as well...Making her fifth start of the season, Wynn tallied seven points and seven rebounds at DePaul Feb. 2, nailing 3-of-7 field goals...Played in 22 minutes when TCU hosted Saint Louis Feb. 14 and notched seven points and six rebounds...Made back-to-back appearances in the starting lineup against Memphis and Southern Miss Feb. 16 and 21...Tossed in a season-best nine points on the Tigers on 3-of-4 shooting, which included one make from downtown, and had five rebounds as well...Also had two steals in each contest...Helped the TCU cause with five points and three rebounds at Tulane Feb. 23...Received her eighth starting nod of the season when UAB came to the Lone Star State Feb. 28...Had four points and three rebounds on the Blazers...Started her final game of the year versus ECU in the opening round of the Conference USA Tournament March 6...Was able to gather seven rebounds against the Pirates...Hit all six of her charity tosses during the tourney...Wynn's best outing came when she recorded eight points on top-seeded Charlotte March 8 in the semifinals...Posted her first career score in a NCAA Tournament game at Connecticut March 25.

*2001-02 (SOPHOMORE): Along with fellow TCU transfer Kim Ortega, Wynn helped Seward County Community College and Head Coach Jim Littell to the 2002 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Championship and a 38-0 record...Scored 19 points and had 16 rebounds in the championship game, an 87-80 win over Northeastern Oklahoma A&M...Named to the NJCAA National All-Tournament Team...Earned honorable mention NJCAA All-America accolades...Nabbed a spot on the Region VI Tournament's Most Valuable Team...Also made the region's all-tourney squad...Garnered first-team All-Region VI recognition...A member of the All-Jayhawk West Conference First Team...Had quite the year in the classroom as well, picking up NJCAA Distinguished Academic All-America praise...Winner of the W.A. Shufelberger Award, presented annually to a graduating female and male student-athlete who achieved the highest cumulative GPA...Wynn had a perfect 4.0...Averaged 16 points and nine rebounds per game...Reached double figures in 34 of 38 games...Scored at least 20 points in 13 contests...Had at least 10 rebounds in 11 match-ups...Tallied 10 double-doubles for the year...Went to the free throw line at least 10 times in seven games...Posted double figures in scoring in Seward's first 19 contests...Notched her initial double-double of the season Nov. 2 against Rose State with 13 points and 10 rebounds...Recorded 16 points and seven blocks Nov. 16 against Bethany College...Versus Northeastern Junior College Nov. 20, Wynn racked up her first 20-point effort of the season with 21 on 6-of-9 shooting and by going 9-for-9 from the charity stripe...It was the first of seven straight games with at least 20 points...Was stellar from the line during that stretch, going 53-for-61 (.869)...Had back-to-back double-doubles Dec. 1 and 2 against Coffeyville Community College and Cowley County with games of 22 points/16 rebounds and 23 points/14 rebounds...Posted three more double-doubles in a row with points and rebounds Dec. 8, 27 and 28 versus Neosho County, Salt Lake Community College and Dixie State College with 22/11, 21/10 and 29/12...Picked up another double-double with 12 points and a baker's dozen on the boards against Colby Jan. 14...Tallied back-to-back 20-point outings Feb. 4 and 6 versus Hutchinson Community College and Barton County with 27 and 23 points...In each game she went 13-for-15 from the free throw line...The Hutchinson contest began a streak of seven consecutive games in double digits...Had one other 20-point game during that tract with 21 against Dodge City Community College Feb. 24...Snagged the first and only 30-point game of her career March 13 when she put up a 32-spot on Cloud County, shooting 7-of-14 from the field and 18-of-19 on charity tosses...Also hauled in 14 rebounds...Had 20 points and 15 rebounds a week later against Moberly Area Community College in the quarterfinals of the NJCAA Tournament...Tallied 20 points on 7-of-11 shooting versus Gulf Coast Community College in the semis.

*2000-01 (FRESHMAN): Earned a spot on the Region VI All-Tournament Team...Was also a first-team All-Region VI selection...Snagged second-team honors from the Jayhawk West Conference...Posted team bests with 15.4 points and 8.9 rebounds per game...Missed double figures in scoring in only one of 34 games...Eclipsed the 20-point mark on five occasions...Totaled 13 double-doubles for the campaign...Tallied 21 points on 9-of-12 shooting in her first game versus Rose State Nov. 3...Narrowly missed her first career double-double the next day with 11 points and nine boards versus Coffeyville Nov. 4...Snatched her first double-double Dec. 3 against Johnson County with 19 points and 15 grabs off the glass...It began what would be nine consecutive games with a double-double...After 16 points/11 rebounds and 18 points/10 rebounds Dec. 8 and 9 against Neosho County and Seminole State College, Wynn owned the glass Dec. 29 against Indian River with 20 rebounds and tossed in 19 points as well...Racked up 21 points and 13 boards Jan. 10 versus Hutchinson Community College...Nailed 10-of-16 from the field on Colby Jan. 15 for 22 points...Hauled in 10 rebounds as well...When her streak ended with 14 points and eight rebounds against Pratt Community College Jan. 17, Wynn followed up with another double-double Jan. 20 versus Cloud County with 18 points and 10 boards...Missed only two of her 10 shots from the floor Jan. 29 against Dodge City Community College en route to 18 points...Collected her fourth 20-point effort of the season Feb. 3 versus Butler County Community College with 22 points...Picked up double-double No. 11 two days afterwards thanks to 15 points and 11 rebounds against Hutchinson...Scored 11 points and snagged 10 boards March 1 on Aaroen City...Tallied her final 20-point outing of the season in Seward's penultimate match-up March 13 with Barton County with 23 points on 7-of-14 shooting and 9-of-10 accuracy from the charity stripe.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned four letters at Booker High School for head coach Mike Banks...Named all-state both her junior and senior years...Averaged 18 points, 15 rebounds, three blocked shots and three assists per game her final season...Chosen as the team's Most Outstanding Player all four years...Earned four letters in golf, two in cross country and two in track and field as well.

PERSONAL: Wynn is majoring in speech pathology...Is the daughter of Daryl and Susie Wynn...Born Sept. 24, 1981...Full name is Tracy Leigh Wynn.

^CAREER & 2002-03 HIGHS
Points: 9, vs. Memphis (Feb. 16)
Rebounds: 8, vs. Texas Southern (Dec. 30)
Assists: 3, vs. ECU (Jan. 24)
Steals: 2, five times, last vs. USF (March 2)
Blocks: 1, three times, last vs. Michigan State (March 23)
Minutes: 33, vs. Holy Cross (Nov. 28)

NCAA TOURNAMENT HIGHS
Points: 2, at Connecticut (March 25, 2003)
Rebounds: 1, at Connecticut (March 25, 2003)
Assists: 1, vs. Michigan State (March 23, 2003)
Steals: None
Blocks: 1, vs. Michigan State (March 23, 2003)
Minutes: 10, at Connecticut (March 25, 2003)

WYNN'S CAREER STATISTICS

SeasonG-GSMP-Avg.FG-FGAPct.3P-3PAPct.FT-FTAPct.Reb.Avg.PF-DQATOBLKSPts.Avg.
*2000-0134--186-350.5310-0.000151-187.8073048.992-25177305152315.4
*2001-0238--203-407.4990-2.000225-268.8403378.994-16784235363116.6
2002-0334-9470-13.841-100.4104-9.44433-37.8921063.143-020233131193.5
2002-03106-9470-13.8430-857.5024-11.364409-492.8317477.0229-313818456117127312.0

* At Seward County Community College
^ NCAA Division I opponents only

UP CLOSE WITH TRACY

Nickname: "Trace"
Why do you wear the No. 45? It was my number in junior college and my brother wore it in high school.
Favorite song: "I Can Only Imagine" by Mercy Me
Favorite TV show: "Friends"
Favorite class at TCU: Phonetics
Favorite junk food: Pizza
Favorite Coach Mittie quote: "Get your eyes on me!"
Most impressive person you know: My mother and father
Person in history you'd like to meet: John F. Kennedy, Jr.
First thing you'd do if you were head coach for a day: Make everyone run sprints
Person you'd most like to trade places with for a day: Faith Hill
Teammate who makes you laugh the most: Kim Ortega
Person who has most influenced your career in athletics: My brother and sister
Most memorable moment in sports: Winning the NJCAA Championship with a 38-0 record
Best player you've ever faced: Diana Taurasi (UConn)
Craziest ambition: Skydiving
One thing you wish you were better at: Singing
Favorite sport besides basketball: Playing-golf, watching-football
One possession you'd keep if you lost all but one: My Bible
Team you'd most like to see added to the schedule: Oklahoma
Your own ultimate ESPN SportsCenter highlight: The Lady Frogs beating UConn this year in the National Championship game
The best advice you've ever been given: "Work as hard as you can at everything you do and it will pay off in the end."
If there were a movie about your life, what would it be called: "Small-Town USA"
The actress that would play the part of you in "Small-Town USA": Julia Roberts
A place you've always wanted to visit but never had the chance: Hawaii
What motivates you? The drive to be the best player and teammate, and the satisfaction of knowing at the end of the day I worked as hard as I could
Your dream job: Country singer
Why you chose to attend TCU: The coaching staff, the players and the academics
What you've learned since coming to TCU: The support from boosters and friends of the program is tremendous, making it a great school to be a part of
The best thing about playing basketball for the Lady Frogs: Winning games and being with my teammates
Teammate who will be the biggest surprise in 2003-04: Kim Ortega


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