Named team's starting point guard in preseason...started 27-of-29 games played...missed only one game and two starts due to arm injury suffered in final month of season...team leader in minutes (29.6/game), assists (3.5/game, 9th in C-USA), steals (1.7/game), 3-point field goals made-attempted (30-for-92) and free throw percentage (71.3)...averaged 10.0 points per game (2nd on team, 24th in C-USA)...within C-USA play, ranked fourth in the league in FT% (84.3), sixth in assist/turnover ratio (1.51) and eighth in 3FG% (38.0)...Herd's leading scorer in eight games, reaching double-digits in 16 games (2nd on team)...posted a five-plus assist game a team-high 11 times...scored nine points in Marshall debut, hitting Herd's lone 3-pointer in season-opener at Navy on Nov. 12...netted 14 points with seven assists in championship game of Fifth Third MU Classic vs. Robert Morris on Nov. 18...at Richmond on Dec. 28, dished out sixth and final assist of game with seconds remaining, finding Chantelle Handy open on the wing for a game-winning, 3-pointer at the overtime buzzer...recorded season-high nine assists on Jan. 28 vs. East Carolina, to go along with 15 points (8-for-10 FT) and two steals...scored Marshall career-high 20 points in Feb. 1 win vs. Memphis...playing through arm injury, Withrow led MU in scoring in five of the season's last 10 games and sank 83.8 percent of her free throw attempts in that span (31-for-37)...scored 18 first-half points at Tulsa on Feb. 9...played only five minutes before re-aggravating arm injury vs. Tulane on Feb. 15, forcing her to miss UTEP game...in first game back at UCF on Feb. 22, Withrow scored 15 points off bench, going 3-for-4 from 3-point range...went 9-for-12 from the free-throw line (both team season-highs) en route to 11 points in first round C-USA Championship loss to Houston.
Sat out season due to NCAA transfer rules.
2004-05 (UNC Wilmington):
Started in 27 of UNC Wilmington's 28 games as a freshman...led the Seahawks in assists (3.7/game), field goal percentage (46.4), 3-point field goal percentage (32.9) and was second with a scoring average of 10.9 points...two-time Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week...reached double figures in points in 15 games and reached 20 points in three games...paced UNCW in scoring in five games...scored a career-high 26 points versus Drexel on Feb. 11...ranked in the top-10 in the CAA in assists (3.7) and steals (2.5) per game...her 71 steals are the seventh most in UNCW single-season history...named to the Hilton Wilmington Classic All-Tournament Team.
The leading scorer in West Virginia state history with 2,689 points at Nitro High School...four-time first team AAA All-State and All-MSAC selection...Nitro went 92-17 during Withrow's tenure...Kanahwa County Conference Player of the Year her sophomore and senior seasons...averaged 33.0 points, 11.0 assists and 8.0 steals per game...scored a career-high 55 points against Huntington High and had 51 in another contest vs Huntington...MSAC Player of the Year...named MVP of the Beach Ball Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., in 2002-03...played in the North-South, West Virginia Vs. Ohio and AAA Vs. AA+A All-Star Games...coached by Scott Tinsley.
Born on April 1, 1986...daughter of Rick and Ann Withrow...has two brothers, Lee (27), who played tennis at Charleston Southern, and Wes (25), who played baseball at Davis & Elkins...was the Nitro HS student body president...inducted in National Honor Society...business/marketing major.