As A Blue Hen: Will challenge for a starting role in the Delaware backcourt.
2009-10 Season: Saw action in 31 of the Blue Hens' contests • started 14 games during freshman campaign • averaged 6.0 points per game throughout the season to rank third on the squad • pulled down 2.0 rebounds per game • dished out 36 assists and ranked third on the team having made 30 steals for the Hens • collected a block against Old Dominion in UD's CAA opener (1/3) • scored a season-high 15 points at Columbia (12/2) and added 14 on three occasions: Towson (1/28), UMBC (12/5) and Colorado State (11/28) • posted eight double-digit performances throughout the season • twice made a trio of three pointers • pulled down a season-high seven rebounds at Drexel (1/31) • served out five assists at Hofstra (1/24) • made a notable four steals in the Coors Rocky Mountain Invitational Championship game at Colorado State (11/28) • was named to Coors Rocky Mountain Invitational All-Tournament Team • saw 680 minutes of action including a season-high 41 minutes in the Hens' OT game at Drexel (1/31) • named Army ROTC Best of the Blue Hens Athlete of the Week on Nov. 30.
High School: First team All-State Class AA selection as a senior after earning second team honors as a junior and third team honors as a sophomore • scored 2,117 points during her career • averaged 22 points per game as a senior • had jersey retired at Dunmore High School • led Dunmore to a 104-13 record during her four years, including a 55-game conference win streak • Division II Lackawanna League Player of the Year in 2007 and 2008 • three-time All-Region and All-Division First Team selection • led Dunmore to three consecutive District Championships • twice was the leading scorer in the district • also played center field on the softball team her senior year • named a Lackawanna League Division II First Team All-Star selection • honor roll student.
Personal: Lauren Ann Carra • daughter of Joseph and Mary Beth Carra • has a brother, Anthony • history education major • aspires to work in the information technology field or education • cites her high school coach, Ross Macciocco, and her father as the biggest influences on her playing career.
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