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Odds & Ends on the 2004-05 Women's Basketball Team

Oct. 26, 2004

ATLANTA – The votes are in!

Prior to the beginning of the season, members of the 2004-05 Yellow Jackets women’s basketball team voted for their teammates in a number of different categories.

Here are the results:

· Fifty-seven percent of the team said that Ashley Guerrant is the most likely player to go into politics, and she was second in the voting for the player most likely to appear on Jeopardy!, with 33 percent of the vote.

· Eighty-two percent of the 2004-05 squad labeled Megan Harpring as the hardest worker on the team, while 77 percent of her teammates said that she is the most likely player to appear on Survivor.

· An even 50 percent of sophomore Stephanie Higgs‘ teammates believe that she will surprise people with her play this season, and another 50 percent voted that “Red Hot” has the best nickname on the team.

· Sixty-two percent of Kasha Terry’s teammates said that she is the most likely player to appear on American Idol while 77 percent of the squad labeled her the best singer on the team.

· With 64 percent of the votes, Jessica Williams was selected as the funniest person on the team. Sixty-eight percent of her teammates believe that she is the most likely to have a talk show in the future, while 79 percent say that she is the most likely player to appear on The Real World

· Prior to her move to the sidelines, exactly one-half of the team said that they thought April Johnson would make a good coach in the future, saying that “she knows a lot about basketball and has experience” and “she is very patient.” Johnson will assist Coach Joseph and her staff as a student-assistant coach for the remainder of her Georgia Tech career.

· Well-liked by her team, Cheytoria Phillips had 43 percent of the vote as the teammate that they admired the most, while an even 50 percent believe that she is the most likely player to appear on Jeopardy! and 46 percent say that she is the best dancer on the 2004-05 squad.

· Freshmen Jill Ingram and Janie Mitchell joined April Johnson, Megan Harpring and Cheytoria Phillips as the players most likely to become women’s basketball television analysts. All five players earned 17 percent of the 2004-05 Georgia Tech women’s basketball team’s vote.

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