Senior Year (2006-07)
Erupted for a season-high 27 points in Carolina's win over Auburn ... With the score tied at 61 late in the win over the Tigers, Booker scored the final nine points of the game to lift the Gamecocks to victory ... Matched a pair of career highs with five three-pointers made and three steals in the win over Auburn ... Scored 18 points (16 after halftime) in leading Carolina to a 72-66 win over Mississippi State on Feb. 25 ... Went for 14 points, four rebounds and four assists in Carolina's wi over Auburn at the SEC Tournament ... Scored 19 points against Fordham and came back to score 10 points in the next game against No. 3 Oklahoma ... Matched a career high by knocking down five three-pointers at Stanford en route to scoring 17 points ... Collected a season-high seven rebounds at Stanford ... Scored 14 points and grabbed six rebounds in Carolina's home game against Vanderbilt ... Scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds in only 15 minutes of action at UNC Wilmington ... Scored 11 points against North Carolina A&T on Nov. 17 and matched a career high with three steals in that same contest ... Scored 10 or more points in a game 32 times during her career ... Led the team with four assists at Ole Miss.
Junior Year (2005-06)
Ranked among Carolina's leading scorers in 2005-06 ... Posted 10 double-figure scoring games, including a 15-point outburst at No. 3 LSU and a pair of 14-point performances in the Gamecocks' win at Alabama in which she was a perfect 4-for-4 from three-point range and against Georgia ... Scored a season-high 20 points against Georgia Southern, connecting on 8-of-16 attempts from the field and 4-of-11 attempts from three point range ... Scored 19 points and grabbed four rebounds in only 20 minutes of action against Savannah State ... Stepped up to distribute a season-high six assists in Carolina's win over Ole Miss when point guard Lea Fabbri was saddled with foul trouble ... Scored eight points and grabbed seven rebounds in Carolina's win over Winthrop, with five of her boards coming on the offensive glass ... Missed the Minnesota game with an injury to her left ankle that she sustained in practice the day before ... Returned to action in the next game against Ohio, scoring nine points in 11 minutes against the Bobcats.
Sophomore Year (2004-05)
Erupted for 28 points against Clemson, knocking down 5-of-10 attempts from three-point range against the Tigers ... Led USC in its win over Alabama when Lauren Simms went down with a knee injury in the first half, turning in a 19-point, nine-rebound effort in Carolina's win over the Crimson Tide ... With Simms still sidelined against Kentucky, Booker added another 15 points and nine rebounds to lift Carolina to its second SEC win ... Hauled in a career-best 13 rebounds at Arkansas, more than doubling her previous career high of six ... Scored 15 points against No. 1/1 LSU, playing all 40 minutes against the Tigers ... Scored 12 points and grabbed five rebounds (four offensive) at home against Tennessee ... Added 16 points on 4-of-7 shooting from three-point range at Alabama ... Averaged 37.3 minutes played per game over the last six games of the season.
Freshman Year (2003-04)
Saw action in 19 games as a freshman, averaging 2.0 points per game ... Turned in a productive outing at Kentucky, scoring 13 points on 4-of-9 shooting from the field and 3-of-7 shooting from three-point range.
Graduated from Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Ga. ... High school teammate was Shannel Harris, now a teammate at USC ... Three-year letterwinner for the Eagles ... Ranked as the 41st-best high school senior in the nation by the All-Star Girls Report and rated 73rd by the Blue Star Report ... During her senior year, earned many awards; Street and Smith's All-American Honorable Mention, Naismith Honorable Mention, McDonald's All-American Honorable Mention, first-team All-Georgia, All-Gwinnett second team and 2003 All-Region Team ... Named to the all-state second team her junior and senior year ... Member of two consecutive state championship teams at Collins High (2001 and 2002) ... Named to the Atlanta Tip-Off Club Team in January of 2003 ... Earned all-tournament accolades in both the Parkview and the Deep South Tournaments ... Had a terrific senior season, scoring 333 points and averaging 12.3 points per contest ... Set a Collins Hill HS record for most points scored in a game by scoring 31 points against South Gwinnett ... Pulled down 54 offensive boards in her senior season ... Averaged 3.9 rebounds per game ... Also handed out 40 assists and tallied 42 steals.
Born April 10, 1985, in Nuemberg, Germany, where her father was stationed in the military ... Family relocated to the United States when she was three ... Full name is Stacy Alexandra Booker ... Family includes parents Torrance and LeVoice Timmons; brothers De and Darius; sisters, Kenisha and Bria and niece, Nadyia ... Favorite food is any form of chicken ... Would love to visit Hawaii and New York ... Believes in the saying "In life you die for the ones you love" ... Hopes to someday be on the cover of "Sports Illustrated" ... Favorite player is Betty Lenox but she first emulated Sacramento Monarchs point guard Ticha Penecheiro when she started playing baskeball ... Says her brother De is the person she admires most, because of all the valuable things he's taught her, and for putting the basketball in her hands ... Most people don't know that she listens to country music ... Can see herself guest starring on the television show "Sponge Bob Square Pants" ... Would love to have been around to see Rosa Parks' work with the Civil Rights Movement ... Her best non-athletic talent is drawing cartoon characters ... When she's not playing basketball, she likes to eat hot wings and watch the Cartoon Network ... Would love to meet Alicia Keys ... Her favorite dessert is strawberries ... Loves the color blue ... Career aspirations include playing in the WNBA and working in computer science ... Majoring in computer science.
Booker's Career Stats
Points Per Game.....7.1
Rebounds Per Game.....2.6
Assists Per Game.....1.5
Steals Per Game.....0.8
Field Goal Pct...... .350
Three-Point Pct...... .285
Free Throw Pct...... .672