One of two players (Amanda Brown) to start all 31 games for the Lady Lions...Second on the team in rebounding (4.5 rpg)...Second on the team among regulars in field goal percentage with a .483 mark...Had 13 games with five ore more rebounds...Closed out her career at the Bryce Jordan Center with a career high-tying 10 points and eight rebounds in a win over Indiana (2/25)...Set a career-high with 10 points against St. Francis (Pa.) (11/28)...Had five games with two assists or more...Three games with two blocked shots, including back-to-back games against Michigan State (1/25) and Wisconsin (2/4)...Grabbed a season-high nine rebounds versus Rutgers (11/24) and against Ohio State at the Big Ten Tournament (3/4)...Registered a season-best two steals against #5/5 Duke (11/21)...Connected on a career-high six free throws versus St. Francis (Pa.) (11/28)...Her five field goals made and seven attempts against Indiana (2/25) were both career highs...Surpassed the 100-point mark for her career against St. Francis (Pa.) (11/28)...Reached the 200-rebound mark versus Northwestern (1/4).
Transitioned well to the Division I game after two years at Yavapai (Arizona) Community College...Solid down low and one of Penn State's more physical players...Became a strong defensive presence and often drew the assignment of playing the opposing team's top post player...Played an average of 25.6 minutes per game and started 18 games...Scored two points and grabbed 3 rebounds in Division I debut versus #1/1 Duke (11/22)...Had three blocks vs. Duquesne (11/22), which held up as her career high...Scored a career-high eight points at Old Dominion (11/29) and then matched that again versus Purdue (2/5)...Pulled down a career-high 13 rebounds against Wisconsin (3/2) in the first round of the 2006 Big Ten Tournament; it was the second time Renfro grabbed 10 or more rebounds in a game, the first coming versus Michigan (2/2)...Ranked second on the team in rebounds, averaging 4.8 per game...Grabbed five or more rebounds in 12 contests on the year including the season's final four games...Shot .550 from the field.
Yavapai Community College
Averaged 10.7 points and 8.6 rebounds for Yavapai College in 2005...Named second team All-ACCAC...Named MVP of Allan Hancock Tournament...Kodak/WBCA honorable mention All-America selection in 2005...Tallied eight double-doubles on the year....Won Prescott Radio Award.
Led Bishop Gorman to the state championship game senior year...team won regional championship senior year...named all-state second team senior year...lettered in basketball all four years...invited to Adidas Top Ten Camp...also played volleyball and softball...class secretary junior year...member of Campus Ministry and Seminary all four years.
Full name is Charity Elinor Renfro...born on May 16, 1985, in San Diego, California...parents are Bob (aka Papafro/best friend in the world) and Victoria Renfro...Has four siblings, Robert, Ericka, Bobby and Johannes...A broadcast journalism major.