5  Lauren Cochran
Lauren Cochran


Dunn, N.C.

High School:



As a Sophomore (2007-08): Played in 29 of 30 contests, making nine starts ... Had two points and a rebound at Rice (03/01) ... Recorded four points and two rebounds at Houston (02/28) ... Bested her career-high in blocks, with two against UAB (02/21), scoring six points ... Had her sixth double-digit scoring game of the year with 10 points against UCF (02/17) ... Pulled down two boards and added a bucket at UTEP (02/10) ... Had seven points and two rebounds against Tulane (02/07) ... Was a perfect 4-for-4 from the field at UCF (02/02), netting eight points and three boards ... Scored three points and pulled down three boards against Marshall (01/27) ... Grabbed four rebounds and had four points against Tulsa (01/20) ... Played a career-best 26 minutes against SMU (01/18) ... Registered eight points and three rebounds at Memphis (01/12) ... Tallied five points and grabbed four rebounds at Marshall (01/05) ... Scored 10 points on 5-of-10 shooting from the field against Georgetown (12/29) ... Netted nine points and pulled down five boards at UNC Wilmington (12/20) ... Did not play at Presbyterian (12/18) ... Notched six points and five rebounds against No. 24 N.C. State (12/09) ... Tallied six points and five rebounds against VCU (12/01) ... Scored 10 points and grabbed three rebounds at Appalachian State (11/28) ... Grabbed a season-high seven rebounds against UMass (11/24), adding four points and an assist ... Registered four points and a career-best two assists against Winthrop (11/23) in the opening round of the Lady Pirate Invitational ... Scored 12 points off the bench against High Point (11/19) ... Tallied eight points and two rebounds at Long Island (11/16) ... Recorded a career-high 17 points in a personal-best 25 minutes against Old Dominion (11/13), going 7-of-8 from the field and recording back-to-back double figure games for the first time in her career ... Was one of five Lady Pirates to score in double figures, tying her then career-high with 14 points against Presbyterian (11/11), adding a personal-best four steals.

As a Freshman (2006-07): Grabbed three rebounds and blocked two shot in 13 minutes against Rice (03/04) in the Conference USA championship game ... Had four points against SMU (03/02) ... Scored four points at UCF (02/24) ... Tallied four points and two rebounds at SMU (02/09) ... Had a career-night against Rice (01/14), recording her first career double-double with a personal best 14 points and 10 rebounds in a career-high 22 minutes of action ... Recorded two points against UCF (01/07) ... Scored four points in 10 minutes against Marshall (01/02) ... Played nine minutes against #22 Pittsburgh, scoring three points ... Tallied a season-high in free throws made and attempted (2-for-5) at N.C. State (12/10) ... Recorded a steal and scored two points against UNC Wilmington (12/06) ... Played a season-high 16 minutes against Florida State (12/03), grabbing five rebounds and scored two points ... Played four minutes against North Dakota State (12/02) ... Played six minutes at Old Dominion (11/21) ... Recorded her first career block at Vermont (11/18) ... Tallied two points in eight minutes against Harvard (11/17) ... Scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds in collegiate debut at James Madison (11/12).

At Midway High School ... Earned four varsity letters at Midway High ...Was a 2005 McDonald's All-American and Wendy's Naismith Heisman Award nominee ... Tallied 1,817 points, 1,386 rebounds, 430 blocks and 200 steals in her four years at Midway ... Holds the school record in points, rebounds and blocks ... Was tops in North Carolina in rebounds and steals as a sophomore and junior ... Earned First-team all-state, all-county and all-conference as a sophomore after leading the Raiders to a 20-7 record ... Was the 1-A Player of the Year runner-up in her second season ... As a junior, she led the Raiders to a 24-3 mark, earning conference and county MVP honors ... She was named First-team all-state again as a junior, also being named to the North Carolina Junior Olympic Team ... Earned Conference Player of the Year honors as a junior ... Was a two-time MVP of the Nathan Gay Tournament, and was the Super Six Tournament MVP as a junior ... Earned all-state, all-county, and all-conference honors in her final season, leading the Raiders to a 21-6 record ... She also earned county MVP honors as a senior ... Led the Raiders to four straight Super Six Regular Season Conference Championships and three Super Six Tournament Championships ... Played in the North Carolina East-West All-Star game ... Also lettered two seasons in volleyball.