Named second team All-Big Ten by media and third team All-Big Ten by coaches...Named Academic All-Big Ten...Hit shot at the buzzer vs. Illinois to capture the Big Ten Tournament championship...Team's second leading scorer and rebounder, averaging 11.9 points and 5.9 rebounds per game...Started 33 of 34 games, averaging team-high 36.4 minutes...Hit game-winning shot with 19 seconds remaining vs. Ohio State...Recorded three double-doubles: at Northwestern, at Michigan State and vs. Indiana...Scored in double-digits 24 times, including career-high 23 points at North Carolina...Grabbed career-high 13 rebounds at Northwestern...Recorded career-high five steals vs. Michigan...Played entire 40 minutes in nine games...Shot .771 from free throw line (64-83).
Played in all 37 games and started one: averaged 21.1 minutes per game...Scored season-high 10 points twice: against N.C. State and vs. Northwestern...Led team in field goal percentage (.563)...Shot .727 from the free throw line (24-33)...Pulled down a season-high eight rebounds vs. Washington...Had 12 games with five or more rebounds...Dished out career-high six assists twice: vs. Boise State and vs. Oral Roberts...Tied season high with three steals vs. Michigan and at Iowa...Logged season-high 34 minutes against Georgia in the NCAA Sweet 16.
2005-06 - Freshman
Played in 22 games; averaging 5.6 minutes per game...Scored in eight games...Scored season-high six points at Western Michigan...Played season-high 14 minutes vs. Centenary...Was perfect from the line for the season (3-3)...Shot 42.3 percent from the field for the season (11-26).
2004-05 - Redshirt Freshman
Received medical redshirt after undergoing surgery in December to repair a hernia...Prior to redshirt, made three appearances; 5.0 minutes per game...Scored all eight points of the season in opener vs. IPFW, shooting 4-for-4 from the field.
Arthur Hill High School Highlights
Averaged 13.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, 3.8 steals and 4.0 blocked shots per game as a senior...Averaged 18.2 points and 8.6 rebounds as a junior...2004 Student Sports Senior All-American...Honorable mention Parade All-American as a junior and senior... Finished fourth in Michigan Miss Basketball voting...First team all-state by Associated Press as a senior...First team all-state by Detroit News and Detroit Free Press as a junior and senior...Saginaw News Dream Team as a junior and senior...Four-time first team Saginaw News All-Area...Four-time first team Saginaw Valley Conference pick; conference MVP as a junior and senior...Four-time team MVP...Coached by Vonnie Killmer
Full name is Lakisha Lela Freeman ... nickname is Ki-Ki... born April 25, 1986 ... parents are Linda and David Freeman ... has an older sister, Delicia, and an older brother, David Jr. ... majoring in organizational leadership and supervision.
Both parents served in the military; her father was in the Marines, while her mother was in the Army...Member of National Honor Society...Brother, David Jr., played basketball at Delta Community College.