Latoya Howell
    Latoya Howell


    Chicago, Ill.

    High School:
    Queen of Peace




    Played in all 28 games, starting in 17 games ... Second on the team in scoring with 281 points (10.0 ppg) ... Scored a team season-high 30 points against SDSU, the most ever scored by a player in a Mountain West game ... Averaged double figures and was the league's leading scorer among freshmen ... Set the AF Division I record for steals in a season with 90 ... Set a single game record with eight steals against UNLV ... Notched 109 assists, one shy of tying the school's Div. I single season record for assists ... Honorable mention all-conference selection ... Notched an Academy Division I record eight steals against UNLV.

    Four-year letterwinner in basketball ... Coached by Lori Esser ... Scored over 1,000 points in her career ... Second- highest scorer in school history ... Three-year all-area selection ... Three-year all-conference selection ... All-state honorable mention ... Selected as one of top juniors in the state and invited to play in the Hoopsmart Classic in Hawaii ... Three-time Sun Times player of the week ... Three-year letterwinner in soccer ... Two-time selection to all-sectional team for soccer ... Graduated with 3.25 GPA.

    Born Nov. 7, 1982 ... Nickname is Toya ... Attended the Academy's prep school ... Played basketball on prep school team that notched an unprecedented 19 victories and accumulated 48 team and individual records ... Was named team most valuable player for prep school team ... Named MVP of two tournaments, the Husky Classic and the New Mexico Junior College Invitational ... Majoring in computer engineering ... Parents are James and Sandra Howell ... Sisters LaTia (15) and LaTanya (13) ... Favorite pre-game meal is Italian ... Hobby is reading comics ... Favorite sports team is the Los Angeles Lakers ... Favorite professional athlete is Sheryl Swoopes ... Favorite authors are James Patterson and R.L Stine ... Favorite movie is Ace Venture: Pet Detective ... Craziest ambition is to sky dive ... Member of squadron 05, the Wolfpack.

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