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Set the NCAA single-season free throw shooting record after making 80 of 83 in 2005-06 for a .964 shooting percentage...hit an amazing 50 straight free throws to open up the season, and 60 straight dating back to 2004-05...set Penn State's all-time and single-season consecutive free throws made records, breaking the previous marks of 42, both set by current assistant coach Susan Robinson in 1989-90...led the Big Ten and nation in free throw shooting percentage...Penn State's best outside shooter, led team in 3-point field goals made (49)...averaged 1.7 3-pointers per game (10th in the Big Ten) and hit her shots at a .360 clip (11th)...ranked third on the team in scoring at 11.4 ppg, up nearly 10 points a contest from her 1.9 ppg mark in 2004-05...started first career game at Pitt (12/2) and started every game after that during the year...scored a career-high 28 vs. Illinois (2/12) on 9 of 11 shooting including a 7-for-9 effort from 3-point land...her seven threes tied the Bryce Jordan Center record, previously set in 2003 by 3-time All-American Kelly Mazzante vs. Iowa on Jan. 9, 2003...also hit six threes at Old Dominion (11/29); the Monarchs don't keep opponent records for the Constant Center, but previous high by an ODU player had been five...sunk five 3-pointers twice, four threes on three occasions and three nine times...tallied first career double-double vs. Texas Tech (12/4) with 13 rebounds and 11 points...had an eight game double-digit scoring streak starting with Marquette (12/9) and ending vs. Wisconsin (1/8)...reached double digits in the scoring column on 19 occasions and eclipsed the 20-point mark three times.
Played on the Big Ten Foreign Tour team that traveled to Belgium and Holland.
A strong shooting threat off the bench...appeared in 21 games during the season...saw her first collegiate action against sixth-ranked Duke (11/19)...scored five points against Duquesne (11/23), the first of her career...played a season-high 14 minutes twice during the season...in 11 minutes against Indiana (2/10), hit two 3-pointers en route to a career high eight points...had two steals against Wisconsin (2/17)...finished the season averaging 1.9 ppg...was a perfect 10-for-10 from the free throw line.
Led Indiana in scoring her senior year (29.7 ppg)...all-county (2002-04)...all-conference (2002-04)...all-metro south (2002-04) and all-metro south player of the year (2004)...all-metro super team (2003-04) and all-metro super team player of the year (2004)...RTVG star athlete (2004)...Hoosier Basketball Magazine all-state (2004)...Johnson Cty POY (2003-04)...led team to mid-Hoosier Conference championship in 2003-04 and the 2003 Johnson Cty tournament championship...Nike All-American (2003)...ranked #60 recruit in USA by all game sports recruiting service...ranked 89th by National Roundball Journal...Street & Smith Honorable Mention (2003)...WBCA Nike All-America HM...McDonald's All-America nominee...member of the "Tremendous 26" team (2003)...AAU 16U All-American...was a member of 16U team that placed fifth in nation and 17U team that won a state championship.
Full name is Adrienne Ann Squire...born June 23, 1986, in Overland Park, Kansas...parents are Jean and Denice Squire, has a brother Anthony (21)...a recreation park and tourism management major.