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Samantha Frost

Player Profile

Baltimore, Md.

High School:
McDonough School

Last College:
North Greenville University




History/Political Science

Outlook: Will provide a physical presence at both the No. 4 and No. 5 positions ... Has been in the Upstate system for a year, having redshirted after her transfer from North Greenville, which will help her find time on the court immediately ... A very solid, fundamental player.

2007-08: Redshirted the season after transfer from North Greenville ... A member of the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic Team.

Previous School: Played the 2006-07 season at North Greenville University, helping the team to a fifth-place finish at the NCCAA National Championships ... Appeared in all 34 games for the Crusaders, averaging 5.4 points and 3.8 rebounds in 14 minutes per game ... Shot 57.6 percent (68-for-118) from the floor and also shot 70.8 percent (46-for-65) from the free throw line.

High School: Served as team captain at McDonough High School in Maryland for two years ... Averaged 15 points and 12 rebounds per game as a junior, earning her the nickname Double-Double ... Helped McDonough to the state semifinals that season ... Also participated on the track and field and volleyball teams ... Played seven years for the Maryland SureShots, an AAU team that won five consecutive state championships and made six national tournament appearances.

Personal: Born on March 5, 1988 in Baltimore, Md ... Daughter of John L. III and Katherine Frost ... Has two majors, history and political science ... Cousin, Matt Foster, played baseball at DIII powerhouse Salisbury University ... Was an exchange student in the Ukraine in high school ... Favorite TV show is "Big Bang Theory" ... Enjoys church, movies and hanging out with friends ... Admires her parents ... Favorite current basketball player is Steve Nash ... Favorite former player was Michael Jordan ... Dream is to own her own law firm.

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