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Dec. 2, 2009
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Junior Kim Pitman has appeared in six of the seven contests for the Spartans in 2009-10. She posted season-highs of six points and seven rebounds in USC Upstate's season opener against North Greenville. She was just two points and two rebounds shy of tying her career highs. The Plumtree, N.C., native posted a career high of eight points during her freshman campaign at UNC Asheville, while recording nine rebounds against Mercer just a few weeks later.
Pitman and her Spartan teammates defeated Winston-Salem State last night by a score of 84-60. Upstate will take a break for exams and will return to action on Dec. 15 at Clemson.
Pitman recently talked with Alex Edwards of Upstatespartans.com to discuss the season as well her time in Spartanburg.
Now that the Spartans have several games already completed, what is the outlook for the remainder of the season?
You and your teammates have a month between home games, how excited will you be to return to the friendly confines of the Hodge Center on Dec. 30?
During the two-game road trip to the state of Virginia, you and your teammates took a tour of Thomas Jefferson's home, which is located just outside of Charlottesville. What was that experience like?
What has been your most memorable moment as a student-athlete at Upstate? Why?
Do you prefer watching college basketball or the WNBA? Why?
If you could travel to any place in the world, where would you go and why?
What is one thing that people may not know about head coach Tammy George?
If you could spend the day with any athlete, who would you choose and why?
If your teammates were to use an adjective to describe you, what do you think they would choose and why?
Do you have any pregame superstitions?