32 - Lyssa Dennard
One of the top defenders in the conference, she is also the Cowgirls best offensive player. Should contend for postseason honors. 2005-06: Was an honorable mention all-ASC selection. Averaged 12.2 poitns and 5.9 rebounds per game on the year. Started all 31 games. Had 23 double-digit scoring efforts. Had a career-best 13 rebounds in a regular-season win against McMurry. Had four double-doubles. Had eight steals in the season-opener against Southwestern. 2004-05: Averaged 11.8 points per game in 25 games for the Cowgirls...Started all 25 games in which she played...Suffered a season-ending ankle injury in the first round of the ASC Tournament...Had a career-best 22 points in a win at Concordia-Austin...Hit a shot at the buzzer to beat Howard Payne in the Mabee Complex...Had a career-best nine rebounds in the loss at Howard Payne...Had a career-best six assists in the win over Louisiana College...Was among the conference leaders with 61 steals...Named honorable mention All-ASC West...Earned academic all-ASC honors. 2003-04: Had a solid season as a true freshman. Came on late in the season and had her best all-around game in the loss to UW-Stevens Point, with 10 points and seven rebounds and three rebounds in 22 minutes. Scored a season-best 19 points in a win over Schreiner...Had 10 rebounds in a win over LeTourneau...Averaged 4.6 points and 3.0 rebounds. High School: Former player for coach Briggs at Decatur High School. Was a second-team all-state selection as a senior and district 6-3A MVP as a junior and senior. She played in the Zebra Classic, Oil Bowl, and TABC All-Star games. Named all-region for three seasons. Was in the top 10 percent of her class. Personal: Daughter of Ron and Doris Dennard. Has three sisters, Keri, Jeanna and Haley. P.E. major. Born March 31, 1985.