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 Latoya Wyatt 12
Latoya Wyatt
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
L.D. Bell HS

Last College:
McLennan CC

Height:
5-7

Position:
G

Experience:
2L

11/02/2006

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Baylor Women's Basketball vs. Louisiana College - 11/02/2006

As a senior (2006-07): One of two seniors on the 2006-07 Lady Bear roster, guard Latoya Wyatt was named to the Big 12 Conference's winter Good Works team ... Also named to the fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Averaged 2.6 points and 1.0 rebounds in 23 2006-07 appearances, but over the last five games she contributed 3.0 points and 1.6 rebounds while shooting 54.5 percent from the field (6-of-11) and 60.0 percent from 3-point range (3-of-5) ... Did not record any statistics in two minutes vs. Chattanooga, then collected a rebound in three minutes vs. No. 18 North Carolina State ... Tallied seven points and two rebounds in 16 minutes vs. Kansas in the Lady Bears' Big 12 Championship quarterfinal victory, then scored three points in three minutes vs. No. 11 Oklahoma in semifinals ... Had five points and a career-high tying five rebounds in 20 minutes off the bench at No. 12 Oklahoma ... Wyatt's playing stint at Oklahoma was her longest in Big 12 play this season and matched her second-longest of the season overall ... Shot 58.1 percent from the field (18-for-31) over her last 16 appearances ... Tallied a season-high tying 13 points in a season-best 21 minutes against North Carolina A&T ... Scored a season-high 13 points against Sam Houston State and had six points vs. North Texas ... Was six-for-seven from the field against Sam Houston State ... Grabbed four rebounds against Southeast Missouri State and dished out a season-high four assists against Sam Houston State ... Also had a season-best three steals against Sam Houston ... Played 10 or more minutes eight times on year with a high of 21 vs. North Carolina A&T and 20 on two occasions (vs. Sam Houston State and at No. 12 Oklahoma) ... Seven career double-figure scoring games to her credit (Baylor was 7-0 in those games).

As a junior (2005-06): Junior guard started 11 of her 30 appearances on season and averaged 3.2 points and 1.2 rebounds per game ... Came off the bench in her last 19 appearances after starting season's first 11 games ... Recorded no statistics in six minutes vs. Maryland ... Contributed an assist in five minutes off the bench against New Mexico ... Two points with a rebound and a steal in seven minutes vs. Northern Arizona ... Did not score in five minutes off the bench against Oklahoma in the Big 12 Tournament title game ... Played two minutes vs. Texas A&M in semifinals ... Did not play vs. Kansas State in quarterfinals (coaches decision) ... Two points in two minutes at Texas ... Did not score in four minutes at Kansas State ... Registered five points and two assists in 19 minutes vs. Colorado, her longest playing stint since the Big 12 opener at Missouri ... Collected four rebounds, three assists and two steals in 17 minutes at Oklahoma State ... Tallied five points in 13 minutes at LSU to post her best scoring game in nine games ... Played in 14 Big 12 games and averaged 10.1 minutes per outing ... Had nine points and a career-high tying five rebounds against Sam Houston State ... Posted a career-high five assists vs. McNeese State, one of six multi-assist games she recorded as a junior ... Scored a career-high 15 points in a career-best 33 minutes against UCLA, then came back with another 15-point outing against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ... Her effort against the Islanders was aided by a career-high three, 3-pointers (in five attempts) ... Played 20 or more minutes 10 times on the season and provided four or more points on nine occasions (Baylor was 8-1 in those games) ... Collected a career-high four steals against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and posted a career-best five rebounds twice (at Indiana, vs. Sam Houston State) ... Lady Bears are 5-0 all-time when she scores in double figures, including 2-0 in 2005-06, and 24-1 all-time when she contributes four or more points ... No. 5 on team in 3-pointers made (11), attempted (35) and percentage (.314) ... Made at least one 3-pointer in seven games on season, two or more three times ... Averaged 5.6 points and shot 48.9 percent from the field in home games compared to a 1.8 scoring average and 22.2 percent shooting away from the Ferrell Center.

As a sophomore (2004-05): First-year Lady Bear Latoya Wyatt scored in 24 of 33 appearances on the season ... Averaged 5.0 points and 12.8 minutes in Baylor's six NCAA Tournament victories while shooting 57.1 percent from the field and 57.1 percent from 3-point range ... In BU's first-round NCAA Tournament win over Illinois State, she had a career-high 13 points and three rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench ... Registered six points, two assists and career-high tying two steals in 20 minutes of second-round win over Oregon ... Tallied three points and an assist in 12 minutes off the bench against Minnesota in Sweet 16 victory ... Did not score in seven minutes vs. North Carolina, but had an assist ... Played just two minutes against LSU, but did not score ... Scored eight points and pulled down six rebounds in 20 minutes of action against Michigan State in the championship game ... In nine postseason games (six NCAA and three Big 12), she averaged 5.3 points in 13.0 minutes per contest while shooting 63.3 percent from the field and 66.7 percent from 3-point range ... Had a then-career-high tying 11 points, two steals and an assist in 20 minutes vs. Missouri in the Big 12 Tournament quarterfinals ... Was 5-for-5 from the field against the Tigers ... Did not score in the semifinals against Texas Tech, but had a rebound and an assist in 10 minutes, then had seven points and a rebound in 10 minutes vs. Kansas State in the championship game ... Tallied six points and a career-high tying two steals in six minutes off the bench in homecourt win over Oklahoma State ... Scored a Big 12 career-high eight points in 12 minutes of homecourt victory over Texas A&M ... Made lone start of season against Oklahoma at Waco, but did not score in three minutes of duty ... Played at least 10 minutes in 22 games ... Lady Bears were 16-0 on the year when she contributed four or more points, 3-0 when she scored in double-digits ... Scored a then-career-high 11 points against Florida ... Averaged 12.8 minutes and 5.0 points per outing on the season... Played a career-high 27 minutes at Nebraska and responded with five points and tied her career-highs in both rebounds (three) and assists (two) ... One of seven Lady Bears to attain a GPA of 3.0 or better for the fall semester, she was named to the fall Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Before Baylor: Enrolled in Baylor after playing one season at McLennan Community College in Waco ... Averaged 18.0 points, 4.5 assists, 3.4 rebounds, 3.0 steals, 40 percent from the floor and 75 percent from the free throw line under coach Ricky Rhodes ... Helped lead the Highlassies to a 2003-04 record of 23-9 and the finals of the Region V Tournament ... Earned third-team NJCAA All-American and first-team all-region honors and was the conference's freshman and player of the year ... Played three seasons of basketball at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst, Texas, one for Diana Debord and two for Tina Matthews ... Named the District 6-5A Offensive Player of the Year and was an honorable mention ... Earned TABC All-Region honors and played in the TGCA All-Star game.

Personal: Full name is Latoya Delores Wyatt ... Daughter of George Wyatt and Sheila Wyatt ... Has a brother, George (25) and a sister, Lamarr (24) ... Born Aug. 20, 1985, in Hurst, Texas ... Undecided on a major ... Would like to play in the WNBA or overseas then become a winning coach ... Selected Baylor over Houston, Memphis, Oregon State, TCU and Indiana State ... Chose Baylor because of the tradition and how far the team advanced in the NCAA Tournament ... Majoring in speech communication ... Hobbies include playing tennis.

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