22  LaToya Horton
LaToya Horton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hinesville, Ga.

High School:
Bradwell Institute

Height:
6-0

Position:
Forward

Experience:
3L


Career Notes
One of two Pirates on the 2004-05 squad to have grabbed at least 17 rebounds in a single game...Named to the 2004 U.S. Cellular Classic all-tournament team after snatching 17 boards against Coppin State and 11 against Coastal Carolina...Holds Pirate record for consecutive games with at least one block (eight).

As a Junior
Started 24 games, 20 of those coming from Dec. 4 to March 3...Scored a career-high 11 points against N.C. A&T (Jan. 4) hitting 4-of-5 from the floor...Snagged a season-best 14 rebounds against UAB with 12 coming on the defensive end...Ranked second on the team in blocks (23) and third in rebounds per game (5.7)...Has recorded at least one block in 16 of the last 24 games...Recorded a career-best seven assists and a game-high 10 rebounds against Charlotte (Feb. 26)... Named Coaches Award recipient.

As a Sophomore
Recorded seven starts in 28 games played...Collected a career-high 17 rebounds against Coppin State...Followed that game with 11 more boards en route to earning all-tournament honors at the U.S. Cellular Classic...Scored a career-high 10 points in first start of the season against Ball State in the Lady Pirate Invitational championship game...Led team with 18 blocks...Ranked third on the team with 109 rebounds...Holds the Lady Pirate record for consecutive games with at least one block (eight)...Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll...Named ECU's Most Improved Player.

As a Freshman
Played in 22 games and started in four...Had a then career-high 11 rebounds against North Carolina A&T...Scored six points three times during the season...Recorded two blocks against Saint Louis...One of only five current players to have a career-high of 10 or more rebounds.

High School
Four-year letterwinner at Bradwell Institute...Played under Coach Faye Baker...Helped team to 2002 regional championship win...Averaged 10 points and 10 rebounds her senior season at Bradwell...Was an honorable mention all-state player as a senior for Georgia's Class 5A...Named first team all-region and first team All-Coastal Empire in her senior season...National Honor Society student.

Personal
Majoring in communications (media production)...Daughter of Angela Cale Davis...Has two siblings (Brian and Ronnie)...Named to the ECU Director of Athletics Dean's List in Fall of 2002; Honor Roll in Spring of 2003 and 2004.