JUNIOR YEAR (2001-02)
Earned All-Pac-10 academic honorable mention recognition ... played in all 31 games and started 26 ... made 10-of-12 free throws in 68-48 win at UCLA ... named to Husky Classic All-Tournament Team ... finished as fourth-leading scorer, with 9.9 points per game ... second on team in FG pct. at 45 percent ... matched career-high with 12 rebounds against Boise State ... reached double figure scoring in 15 games with a season-high 18 versus Santa Clara ... made 15 three pointers ... had two blocked shots in three different games ... three steals versus USC ... scored 16 points, on 5-of-8 field goals and 5-of-5 from the line in UWs 88-80 victory over Oregon Feb. 23.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2000-2001)
Played in 28 games ... played in all four of the Huskies NCAA Tournament games
in14 minutes of second-round NCAA Tournament win over Florida tallied eight points, including one of the teams seven three pointers .
played 13 minutes in Sweet 16 win over Oklahoma ... started the first three games of the season ... collected five steals in second game of the year at Michigan ... came off the bench at Boise State for a career-high 20 points on 8-of-11 field goals ... six points and six rebounds vs. Loyola Marymount... nine points at Washington State ... playing time increased towards end of regular season.
FRESHMAN YEAR (1999-00)
Received Pac-10 freshman honorable mention
played in all 30 games and had 14 starts
opened her career in the starting lineup against UNC-Greensboro and hit 3-of-4 from the field with a team-high eight rebounds
started five of the first six games and the final seven games
finished the season averaging 5.6 points and 4.4 rebounds per game
had 30 steals
had a stellar performance against ASU (1/13) when she came off the bench in the final 10 minutes of the game and scored 13 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to key a 78-76 UW victory
sparked a 10-0 Husky run to put UW ahead in that span
had a season-best 12 rebounds against USC (3/9)
reached double figure scoring in six games
scored a season-best 14 points at WSU (3/4) by hitting 6-of-9 from the field, including 2-of-3 three pointers
followed that the next weekend with a career-best 12 rebounds vs. USC (3/9)
hit 75 percent from the line, third on the team.
at Kamiakin High School
The Seattle Times, Tacoma News Tribune and Associated Press 1999 Washington state Player of the Year ... 1999 Tri-City Herald Athlete of the Year ... named to the AAU National All-America Team ... two-time USA Today state honoree (1998-99) ... selected as a Washington All-Star for the NW Shootout ... scored 38 points in the championship game ... member of Seafirst Bank Eastern Washington All-Star team that won the Nike Prep Championship in Las Vegas in 1996 ... four-year varsity letterwinner at Kamiakin High ... team compiled a record of 72-8 during her career and won three district titles, two regional championships and finished second in the state her freshman year ... named to Washington State 4A All-Tournament First Team ... team finished fifth in the 1999 4A state tournament ...averaged 22.3 points, nine rebounds and three steals per game in her final season ...Tri-City Herald All-Area Basketball Player of the Year as a senior ... three-time Tri City Herald all-conference and all-regional selection ... 1999 Big Nine Conference MVP ... team won four straight conference titles ... led the Big Nine in scoring for three years ... as a sophomore, helped lead Kamiakin to 25 straight victories and the state quarterfinals ... holds school records for career field goal percentage (53.0), career free throws made and attempted (297-465/.640), season free throw made and attempted (121-180/.670), points in a season (626), season field goal pct. (.600) and field goals in a game (19) ... earned four letters in track ... captured back-to-back state titles in the 100-meter dash ... anchored both the 400 and 800-meter relays to state titles ... helped Kamiakin win state team championship in 1998 and 99.
Emily Cheryl Autrey ... born Nov. 24, 1980 in Richland, Wash. ... daughter of Cheryl and Jim Autrey ... mother is a teacher and father is retired after a career as an electrical engineer ... has an older brother, James, and an older sister, Lori ... carried a 3.75 gpa as a high school senior ... member of National Honor Society ... four-year scholar-athlete award winner ... KEPR Scholar-Athlete of the Week in 1998 ... majoring in English.
Q & A
The most influential person in my life is: my mom
The best part of my game is: my speed
Off the court I am: laid-back
The thing in life I am most thankful for is: my closest friendships
Since going to college I: have matured a lot
Id like an autograph from: MJ #23
The advice I would give my new teammates is: always play with confidence
If I had a million dollars I would: put it in the bank forever
This actress would play me in a movie: Halle Berry
My pregame ritual is: get ready in the same order and the exact same way every time
My funniest teammate is: Kayla. . . you never know what crazy thing she will say or do next
The best thing about being a Husky is: being a part of the Husky family
AUTREYS CAREER HIGHS
Points 20 at Boise State, Nov. 27, 2000
Rebounds 12, vs. Boise State, Nov. 27, 2001
Assists 4, at Arizona State. Feb. 12, 2000
Steals 5 at Michigan, Nov. 19, 2000
FG Made 8, two times
FG Attempted 14, two times
3-Pt. FG Made 2, five times
FT Made 10, vs. UCLA, Feb. 3, 2001
FT Attempted 12, vs. UCLA, Feb. 3, 2001
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