24  Latrice Booker
Latrice Booker


Winnfield, La.

High School:
Winnfield HS






2003-04: Started the last 18 games and has now played in 48 career games at Memphis...Hit a free-throw in 11 straight games in 2003-04...Has scored double digits in three games...Fell just one short of her first double-digit career rebounding effort with nine rebounds against USF...Scored a career-high 18 points against UT-Martin in the Elma Roane Fieldhouse, Dec. 6th...Hit 13 points in two other games (UAPB and UAB)...Averaged 5.0 points and 3.9 rebounds...Her rebounding average was fourth on the squad...Has never fouled out in her two-year Lady Tiger career...Posted a career-high three blocks at Saint Louis...Finished with 17 blocks on the season, fourth on the team...Had a career-high five steals against No. 19 TCU...Grabbed seven or more rebounds in four games...Had five offensive rebounds against USF...Knocked down a career-high seven free-throws against UAB...Hit 48.8 percent (59-121) from the floor and 65.5 percent from the charity stripe (38-58).

2002-03: Saw limited action in her first season back on the court after knee surgery sidelined her for her true freshman season...Played in 17 games and notched starts against Arkansas-Pine Bluff and UMass...Best game of the season was against UAPB in which she scored nine points in 22 minutes of action...Also totaled eight rebounds, six of which were defensive against UAPB.

2001-02:Was redshirted her true freshman season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament of her left knee on Sept. 4, 2001...Surgery was performed on Sept. 27, and she has spent the last year in rehabilitation...Is expected to make an immediate impact on the squad in 2002-03.

High School:Prepped at Winnfield Senior High School under coach Allen Parker...Earned four letters in basketball and three in track for the Tigerettes...Averaged 18 points and 10 rebounds as a senior...Scored a career-high 28 points against Northwest High School...Also pulled down a career-high 25 boards against Northwest...Was an 83 percent shooter from the field and a 79 percent shooter from the free-throw line...Led her squad to the state quarterfinals and was invited to participate in the Louisiana High School Athletic Association all-star game...Was also named first-team all-district and honorable mention all-state...Named Miss Basketball at Louisiana Tech camp in 1996...Averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds as a junior, and was named as a second teamer on the all-district team...Scored a season-high 24 points against Minden High School...Graduated No. 6 in her class at WHS...Member of the Beta Club...Maintained a 3.5 grade point average from first until 12th grade...Also a member of WHS homecoming court in 1997 and 1998...Was a Louisiana High School Literary Rally state qualifier in 2000.

Personal:Born on June 20, 1983 in Houston, Texas...Daughter of Marsha and Ronald Goff...Majoring in chemistry...Lists New York as a city she would like to visit...Ranks Cosmo as her favorite magazine...Could watch the movie "Remember the Titans" over and over again...Looks for the traits of honesty, sincerity and trust in a friend...Lists her proudest moment as when she graduated from high school...Says she would like to be more involved in St. Jude Children's Research Hospital because she wants to help children one day...Her mom is her hero because she is a strong woman who encourages her to be all that she can be.

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