Three-time letterwinner ... tri-captain of the 2002-03 squad with Amy Saal and Katie Macfarlane ... one of two seniors on the team ... looks to continue dominance behind the arc ... provides excellent size at off-guard slot ... wiry frame enables her to deflect and alter shots ... aggressive "slasher" who runs floor well ... boasts excellent shooting range and ability to stroke three-point field goal ... valuable offensive weapon ... can spark team with explosive scoring ability ... boasts the potential to take over the game ... enjoyed productive offseason ... needs 21 three-pointers to set school career mark ... gained critical playing experience at Empire State Games this summer ... looking to take game to the next level ... expected to play key role in Army's fortunes this year.
One of three players to play in all 29 games ... started 24 contests ... averaged 9.9 ppg. ... mark ranked 23rd among Patriot League leaders and second on club ... tied school record for single-game three-pointers with five against Lehigh ... five treys a career- and season-high ... led team in scoring with 19 points in stellar effort ... nailed 45 treys on the season ... mark one shy of season school record ... hit 36.3 percent of attempts from behind arc ... ranked sixth in the conference ... jumped to second in the Army record book for career three-point field goals made at 62 ... hit four triples each against Indiana Purdue-Fort Wayne, Princeton, Holy Cross and American ... topped Black Knights in scoring four times ... led Army to second victory of season posting season-high 20 points against Princeton ... drained four treys in 31 minutes on floor .... grabbed career-best mark of 13 rebounds at Holy Cross ... also completed first career double-double against Crusaders at home with 14 points and 12 boards ... reached scoring column in 28 games ... dished out career-high four assists versus American and Lehigh ... ranked among Patriot League leaders in scoring (23rd), blocks (13th), three-point field goal percentage (6th) and three-pointers made (11th).
Saw action in 18 contests ... majority of game action came during Patriot League play ... registered season-high totals of eight points and five rebounds during home defeat of Coast Guard ... equaled season-high with eight points versus Holy Cross in semifinals of Patriot League Tournament ... averaged 1.8 ppg. and 0.8 rpg. on season ... appeared in eight of 12 regular season league outings.
Averaged 5.0 ppg. and 2.0 rpg. ... appeared in 27 of 28 games ... one of two Army players to score at least 20 points in a game ... tallied 21 points to lead Black Knights to decisive 91-60 home win over Lafayette ... converted 8 of 10 field goal attempts, including 2 of 3 behind three-point stripe ... also canned 3 of 4 chances from free throw stripe in 22 minutes on floor ... recorded 15 points in second meeting with Leopards ... reached scoring column in 20 games ... registered four double-figure scoring efforts ... drew first collegiate start in league opener versus Lehigh ... nailed 21 of 25 free throw tries on season for stellar .840 percentage ... added nine blocked shots on season ... garnered season-high three swats in league showing opposite Bucknell ... notched 15 steals to rank tied for second on team.
Selected to USA TODAY honorable mention squad for state of New Hampshire as a senior ... four-time all-state selection ... led Kearsarge Regional High in scoring, rebounding, steals and blocked shots all four years ... served as team captain twice ... shot 50.0 percent from field and 80.0 percent from free throw stripe ... averaged better than 20.0 ppg. and 15.0 rpg. during final two seasons ... closed prep career with more than 1,500 points ... led team to state title during junior year ... one of 12 players in state chosen to play in the Ahlambra game ... twice selected the Argus Champion "Player of the Year"... traveled extensively playing AAU ball for the Granite State Rockettes ... also lettered in cross country.
Given name is Christine Amanda Gassman ... born Sept. 18, 1980 ... parents' names are James and Linda Gassman ... majoring in Law.