2005-05 (Sophomore): Started in 25 of Memphis' 28 games while fighting off the effects of off-season mono...Scored 16 points in the win over UT Martin, hitting 6 of her 9 shots...Scored double-digit points three times, including 11 points against both UCF and UAB...Averaged 6.4 ppg over the last five games of the season...Added 30 steals and 43 assists on the season...Also added nine points against No. 13 Georgia in a game played at FedExForum...Hit 6-of-6 attempts from the free-throw line against Southern Miss and then went 2-for-2 at UCF...Hit 7 of 9 attempts at UAB from the line...Had a season-best six rebounds against Marshall in the Lady Tigers' C-USA opener.
2004-05 (Freshman): Played in 23 games as a freshman, averaging 1.2 points and 0.4 rebounds per game...Opened her college career against Centenary at the University of Memphis Thanksgiving Invitational with a career-high three assists...Followed that outing with a season-best six points at UT Martin...Played a season-high 21 minutes against Centenary...Grabbed two offensive rebounds at Ole Miss and two rebounds on the road at USF, where she played 10 minutes while shutting down the Bulls leading scorer in the second half...Hit her lone three-point field goal of the year at Ole Miss...Finished with six steals...Received the C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal for having a GPA of 3.75 or higher...Tallied two perfect 4.0 semesters as a freshman.
Prep: Averaged 26.5 points per game under Robbie Veazey at Southern Baptist Educational Center (SBEC), helping her team to a 29-5 finish...In her final prep career game, she scored 25 points in a loss to defending state champion Harpeth Hall in the TSSAA Division II state tournament...SBEC's All-Time leading scorer...Scored over 2,200 points and averaged three steals a game for her career...Was leading scorer in Shelby-Metro Area as a senior...Scored a career-high 49 points against Covington High School...Was named to two straight Division II All-State Teams and was named the District I Player of the Year three times...Was named all-tournament at the state tournament and a Tennessee Sports Writer Association (TSWA) All-State honoree...Was one of five Commercial Appeal Best of Preps Basketball Finalists for Player of the Year and For Athlete of the Year and was named to the All-Desoto County Team three times...Was also named to the Commercial Appeal's Best of Preps honorees in basketball and volleyball three seasons...Was also named the Sports 56 WHBQ Cowboy Corner High School Athlete of the Week and the MVP of the Josh Warren Memorial Tournament as a senior...Was named to that same tournament all-tournament team her sophomore and junior years...Was one of the top three scorers in the Shelby County Metro Area as a junior...Also played softball and ran track at SBEC...Was named Homecoming Queen and was her student class secretary and treasurer...Named Most Athletic by her senior class...Member of the National Honor Society and served as the President of the Female Athletes for Christ...Also a Student Ambassador and a member of the Mu Alpha Theta Club...Graduated Summa Cum Laude.
Personal: Born October 18, 1985...Daughter of William and Renee Gorman...Nickname is "The Grinch"...Says she has a childhood obsession with prizes from vending machines like bouncy balls and sticky hands...Says she can watch Golden Girls re-runs all day long...Lists her greatest accomplishment as surviving as the youngest of four children...Says her most interesting job she's ever had was teaching her nephew to use his breathing machine for asthma, a condition that Gresh also fights...The craziest thing she's ever done was deliver baby mice when she was six years old...Says if she could learn one new skill it would be boxing...Lists her nephew, Walker, as her prized item in life...Her favorite book is Surviving the Death of a Sibling....Her mom's chicken spaghetti as her favorite food and lists George W. Bush as the most famous person she has ever met...Her siblings are her late brother, Wiley, and sisters Alison and Ainsley and her nephew Walker...Her mom was a Rebelette at Ole Miss and her dad played basketball at Mississippi College.