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Amanda Lassiter
Amanda Lassiter

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
San Francisco, Calif.

Last College:
Central Arizona CC

Height:
6-1

Position:
Forward

Birthdate:
06/09/1979


04/14/2014

Mizzou's Kulas Selected to San Antonio in WNBA Draft

Kulas chosen in third round to become Mizzou's seventh WNBA pick

11/22/2013

Tigers Travel to Tennessee-Martin Saturday

Mizzou will look to improve to 5-0 on the season.

1999-2000
Honored as the Big 12 Rookie of the Year...was also named to the third team all-Big 12 team...set a new conference record with a career high 11 steals in the championship game of the Pacific Bell/San Diego State Classic against San Diego State (11/27)...also led the team and had career-high eight steals and 17 points in the game to be named tournament Most Valuable Player...honored as a member of the 1999 Unilever Missouri Lady Tiger Classic all-tournament team...ranked second in the Big 12 with a 2.3 career blocked shot average and sits third with a 2.9 career steals average...broke the Missouri blocked shot record with seven against Baylor (1/8)...also broke Missouri single-season blocked shot record with 64...was one of two players to start all 30 games and averaged 27.5 minutes per game...led Missouri with 120 defensive rebounds, 99 assists, 69 blocked shots and 86 steals...was 76.8 percent from the free throw line making 53-of-69 shots...also logged 168 total rebounds averaging 5.6 rebounds per game...led the team with 165 field goals and was the team scoring leader 15 times including a career-high 30 points against Oklahoma State (2/2)...led Missouri with 418 points averaging 13.9 points per game...ranked No. 9 in the nation in blocked shots during the 2000 season...scored 18 points and five rebounds in her MU debut against Bradley (11/20)...scored 20 points, 11 rebounds and six assists against Saint Louis (12/11)...had 22 points six rebound and six assists vs. Iowa State (1/5).

At Central Arizona J.C.
First team All-Kodak All-American and NJCAA All-American...led Central Arizona to a second-place finish in the Division I JUCO championship...averaged 1.62 points, six rebounds, 3.7 assists and 3.1 steals as a sophomore...was the ACCAC Conference Player of the Year...tabbed first team all-region...Most Valuable Player of the National JUCO Tournament as a freshman...JUCO teammate of fellow MU recruit Denise Cardenas.

High School
First team all-metro and the San Francisco Player of the Year as a senior...three-time George Washington High School Most Valuable Player.

Personal
Undecided on a major...born June 9, 1979...parents are William and Mary Lassiter.

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