Greensboro, N.C./Grimsley (Florida)
As A Blue Hen: Ineligible for 2010-11 season due to NCAA Transfer Rules
2009-10 at Florida: Played in 30 games, including all 16 conference games, starting the first three games of the year • averaged 5.3 points per game in conference and non-conference games • grabbed 1.9 rebounds per game • averaged 16.4 minutes per game • scored a career-best 15 points in a win over Jacksonville • leading guard scorer off the bench • paced team in scoring on three occasions • shot .362 percent from the floor (64-177) • recorded 21 steals and 53 assists • sank 11 consecutive free throws • earned All-Southeastern Conference Academic Honor status • team went 39-25 during her two years at Florida.
2008-09 at Florida: Saw time in 31 games with five starts • averaged 4.1 points per game • tallied 23 steals and 31 assists • knocked down .455 percent (10-22) of her three pointers • snagged 40 total rebounds • scored points in 21 games, including eight points in the team’s first-round NCAA tournament 70-57 win over Temple • averaged 15.2 minutes a contest • named to SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.
High School: Played for four seasons at Grimsley High School in Greensboro, N.C. • earned four letters • named to All-Conference team • team won conference and tournament championships • named to All-Area team • named Most Outstanding Player of 2007 North Carolina 4-A State Championship game • scored 33 points in title game • led team to 29-1 record in senior year while averaging team-best 16.2 points per game • played in North Carolina versus South Carolina game, scoring 12 points • also competed in track, qualifying for regional’s in the 4x200m relay and the 200m dash • earned honor roll status.
Personal: Trumae “Mae” C. Lucas • daughter of Trudah Lucas • has two siblings, one older and one younger • began playing basketball when she was five years old • lists mother as biggest influence for keeping her around basketball her entire life • communications major at the University with ambitions of being a sports reporter.Back To Women's Basketball Home Women's Basketball Story Archives