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#25 Whitney Hood
Position: Forward
Height: 6'2"
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Meridian, Miss.
Other College: Clemson
Experience: Transfer
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Moore on Whitney: "Whitney will have to redshirt this season, but that should help her to be more comfortable the next two years. Great combination of strength and an ability to score. Should provide instant offense on the block or facing and be able to match up well defensively inside with most people."

2010-11 (Junior)
Named to the Southern Conference Coaches All-Conference team ... selected to the SoCon Sports Media Association All-Conference First Team ... three-time SoCon Player of the Week ... named SoCon Player of the Month for her performance in January ... led UTC and the SoCon in scoring with 18.8 ppg and was ranked 26th in the NCAA ... led the Lady Mocs and was ranked second in the SoCon with a 52.5 field goal percentage - 32nd in the NCAA ... ranked sixth for most points in a single season at UTC with 584 points ... ranked ninth with 18.8 points per game ... scored in double-figures 28 times ... scored a career-high 40 points against Wofford at the Roundhouse ... 40 points was third-most points ever scored in a single game at UTC ...15 field goals made vs. Wofford is sixth-most at UTC and tied for seventh in league history ... 32 field goals vs. Wofford is most in school history and second most ever in the SoCon ... pulled down double-digit rebounds six times ... recorded six double-doubles ... had career-high 13 rebounds at Georgia Southern and against UNCG ... led Chattanooga in rebounding with 6.7 boards per game and was sixth in the league ... had career-high six assists vs. Georgia Southern ... blocked 19 shots including a career-best three against Davidson ... made 10-of-13 free throws against Wofford ...

Chattanooga 2009-10
Redshirted the season due to NCAA transfer rules ... ... participated in community service projects with Bethel Bible Village and ran in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Clemson 2008-09
Played in 30 games and started 16 during the 2008-09 season ... averaged 7.2 points per game to rank third on the team while owning the highest field goal percentage ... also had a 3.5 rebounding average and committed the fewest turnovers per minutes played on the squad ... ranked 13th in the ACC for her 46.3-percent figure ... scored in double figures in 10 games while hitting her career high of 16 points twice ... first 16-point performance was in the final game of the Husky Classic against host-Washington on Nov. 30; also had nine rebounds in that game to nearly miss her second career double-double ... had scored eight points with eight rebounds in Clemson's first game of the Husky Classic versus Kent State to earn all-tournament honors ... totaled 16 points on Jan. 8 as the Lady Tigers nearly upset #2 North Carolina; converted all six of her free throw attempts and added five rebounds and a block in the game ... opened the season with 11 points coming off the bench against Furman on Nov. 14 ... earned her first start of the year in Clemson's win at South Carolina on Nov. 19; scored 10 points ... played just 17 minutes in the Northwestern game on Dec. 4 due largely to foul problems but still had eight points ... reentered the starting lineup for the Dec. 22 Georgia contest to start of streak of nine straight starts ... totaled 10 points against Kennesaw State on Dec. 29 and followed with back-to-back seven-point games before the North Carolina game ... hit a rough stretch during the next three games but rebounded with 11 points and four rebounds against Charleston Southern on Jan. 20 ... after missing the Boston College game and playing just 12 minutes versus Virginia due to a minor injury, had a 12-point, six-rebound performance against Virginia Tech; was one of just two players in double figures that game ... following a pair of subpar games, posted 12 points on 6-for-10 shooting with seven rebounds against Wake Forest on Feb. 8.

Clemson 2007-08
Scored in double figures in eight games during the 2007-08 season for a 5.7 season average ... played in all 31 games with two starts ... also had 102 total rebounds for a 3.3 per game average ... was 73-of-175 shooting during the season for a 41.7-field goal percentage ... had one of the top free-throw shooting figures on the team at 75-percent ... earned her first career starting assignment against Charlotte on Jan. 2; had 12 points in the contest ... started the next game at Maryland as well ... scored in double figures in her first career game, totaling 13 to tie for the team lead in victory over Maine on Nov. 7 ... then collected 10 rebounds in 32 minutes of play against Western Carolina on Nov. 11; also had 8 points in the contest ... posted the first double-double of her career on Nov. 14 contest against Duquesne; recorded season highs with 14 points and had 11 rebounds against the Dukes ... was one of only three players on the 2007-08 roster to record a double-double during the season ... played 29 minutes at Chattanooga, leading the team with eight rebounds. Also had eight points in the game and the first blocked shot of her career ... scored 12 points off the bench in win over Charleston Southern on Dec. 16. Was 4-for-8 from the field with 4 free throws and 7 rebounds ... led the team with 11 points against Dayton on Dec. 18. Also had three rebounds and two assists while hitting a three-point field goal in the second half, the first of her career ... scored in double figures against NC State on Feb. 28 with 10 on 5-9 shooting ... had another solid game against the Wolfpack in the ACC Tournament opening round game; was 6-for-8 from the field for 12 points in 24 minutes of action ... also played 17 minutes against North Carolina in the second round with five points and a pair of rebounds.

High School
Sensational post player from Mississippi, the first Clemson player in history to hail from the Magnolia State ... rated as the 70th player in the nation by the All Star Girls Report and #11 for a wing player ... was a top-five candidate for the Gatorade female basketball player-of-the-year award ... lettered four years at Meridian High School ... led the Lady Wildcats to the Mississippi State 5-A final game in 2005 and 2006 ... scored 21 points in the 2007 South State Championship game, leading the Lady Wildcats to the state title ... was a two-time Dandy Dozen selection (2006 and 2007) as one of the top 12 female basketball players in Mississippi ... named one of the top 30 players in the state as a freshman and sophomore ... earned all-state tournament honors in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 ... was also a four-time all-district selection as well as a four-time south state/north state honoree ... named the Best Offensive Player for the south team in the 2006 North/South All-Star game ... chosen to play in the 2007 Mississippi/Alabama All-Star Game ... earned team MVP honors in 2006 and 2007 at Meridian ... was also named the team's best rebounder all four years and was twice selected as the Warriors' best offensive player ... chosen as the team captain for the 2005-06 and 2006-07 seasons ... also started on the New Albany High School team as an eighth grader.

Personal
Both mother and father played basketball at Mississippi State ... brother Ricky was a four-year basketball letterwinner at Chattanooga ... sister-in-law is former All-Conference performer for Chattanooga, Nicole Mattison Hood ... born May 25, 1989 ... Majoring in sociology.

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