14 Shavonne Holden
Shavonne Holden


Grovetown, Ga.

High School:
Harlem H.S. (USMAPS)




2003-04 Season:
Started all 28 contests, averaging 29.0 minutes per game ... second on team in scoring at 10.5 ppg and second in rebounding at 5.9 rpg ... 14th in Patriot League in scoring ... also 10th in rebounding ... second on team in assists with 56 and fourth in steals with 29 ... scored in double figures in 16 of Army's 27 games ... assisted on Katie Macfarlane's layup which broke Army's career scoring record against Columbia ... finished with a "double-double" of 16 points and 12 rebounds opposite the Lions ... second "double-double" with 10 points and game-high 11 rebounds in Air Force win ... team-high 14 points in Patriot League opener against Holy Cross ... career-high 23 points on 9-17 shooting in Colgate win ... matched previous season-high with 16 points in first half against Raiders ... equaled career-high with five assists versus Dartmouth ... career-high 38 minutes vs. Colgate ... team-high 17 points in Navy "Star Game" win ... scored in double figures in five of last seven games.

2002-03 Season:
One of five players to play all 31 games ... joined starting ranks against Coast Guard ... started 24 games, including all three Patriot League Tournament contests ... ranked fourth on the squad averaging 8.7 ppg ... scoring mark ranked 22nd in the Patriot League ... finished season ranked second on team in rebounding at 6.3 rpg. ... rebounding average ranked ninth in conference ... league's seventh-best offensive rebounder ... also ranked 14th in league in defensive boards ... reached double digits in scoring 13 times ... completed four double-doubles ... netted 16 points in Army's season opener against Coast Guard ... notched first career double-double at Dartmouth ... led team with 10 rebounds against the Big Green and scored 11 points ... topped the Black Knights at the San Juan Shootout averaging 10.3 ppg. and 8.0 rpg. ... selected to the all-tournament team ... led Black Knights with 16 points against Saint Louis in opening game of that tourney ... finished as Army's top rebounder against No. 4 Tennessee (8) and Puerto Rico-Mayguez (10) ... scored 10 points to complete second career double-double against the Bulldogs ... grabbed a team-high 12 boards at Albany ... registered a career- and game-high 14 rebounds versus American ... used 10 points to complete third double-double versus Eagles ... recorded fourth double-double on 19 points and 10 rebounds in Colgate win ... rebounding mark led team ... scored a career- and game-high 20 points in the first round of the Patriot League Tournament leading No. 6 Army to a 78-70 win over No. 2 Lehigh ... ended season scoring in double digits three out of four games, including Army's semifinal victory over No. 3 American ... recorded personal-best three assists five times ... notched four steals three times against Coast Guard, Lafayette and Bucknell ... blocked eight shots on the season.

2001-02 Season:
Played in 25 of Army's 29 games ... averaged 2.2 ppg. and 1.9 rpg. in 7.1 mpg. ... netted season- and career-high eight points in 20 minutes in second game of the season versus Hofstra ... hit on 3 of 5 shots in first win at Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne ... led Army in rebounding versus St. Francis (N.Y.) ... grabbed career-high nine boards in that showing ... scored in 17 games ... dished out 10 assists ... blocked one shot in first collegiate game against Davidson ... recorded seven steals.

High School:
Averaged 26.0 ppg. and 13.0 rpg. as a senior at Harlem High ... helped lead team to runner-up honors at regional playoffs ... scored 1,000 points during standout high school career ... served as team captain during senior campaign ... named Columbia County Most Valuable Player during junior and senior years ... named most valuable player at county tournament those years as well ... first team all-area selection as a senior ... named Greater Augusta's "Athlete of the Year" ... received the Billy Prince Award, presented by Augusta Rotary Club ... prestigious award based on grade point average and success in sport played ... junior national participant ... played two years of AAU basketball for Augusta Holy Sixers ... also lettered in volleyball, track and field, and cross country ... team most valuable player in track ... attended the USMA Prep School in 2000-01 ... led prepsters in scoring (22.6 ppg.), rebounding (9.9 rpg.) and steals (2.6 spg.).

Given name is Shavonne Nicole Holden ... born Nov. 24, 1982 ... parents' names are John Henry Jr. and Linda Holden ... father retired from U.S. Army with rank of sgt. maj. ... major is Mechanical Engineering.

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