||24 vs. Elon
||9 vs. Elon
||18 vs. Elon
||1 (3 times) last vs. College of Charleston
||2 at College of Charleston
||6 vs. Elon
||6 (twice) last vs. Elon
||4 (5 times) last at Furman
||3 at Belmont
||2 (twice) last vs. Elon
||3 at Appalachian State
||27 vs. Elon
Dean and Mary Jane Heavener Scholarship recipient ... started first three games of season before going down with a knee injury ... missed just eight games ... made her return at Davidson scoring eight of Chattanooga’s first 10 points to tie the game ... scored in double figures six times ... fourth on the team in scoring ... averaged 6.4 points per game off the bench in 21 games ... posted a season-high at College of Charleston ... third on the team in field goal percentage (.465) ... fifth on the team in free throw percentage ... fifth on the team in blocked shots ... matched her career-high for rebounding at Furman ... recorded a career-high three blocked shots at Appalachian State in the regular season finale ... tied her career-best for steals with two against Elon at the Roundhouse.
Named to the UTC Dean’s List and Athletics Director’s Honor Roll in the fall semester.
Made her debut with the Lady Mocs on December 12 at home against Kennesaw State … saw action in 25 of UTC’s 32 games … averaged 6.7 points per game … led the Lady Mocs in scoring against Tennessee and Elon … scored a career-high 24 points after stepping into the lineup against Elon … shot 9-of-18 from the field and was 6-for-6 from the free throw line … scored a team-high 17 points against her former team, the Lady Vols … shot 70 percent against UTK (7-10), was 1-of-1 from 3-point arc and 2-of-2 from free throw line … shot 80 percent (24-30) from the free throw line on the year … had five double-digit scoring games … led UTC in rebounding against UTK.
2010-11 Chattanooga Redshirt
Joined the Lady Mocs in the Spring Semester and sat out per NCAA transfer rules ... played over the summer in the Rocky Top Summer League with and against several former UTK teammates.
2010-11 Knoxville Redshirt
Attended school in Knoxville for the Fall Semester.
2009-10 Knoxville - Freshman
Saw action in two games before sitting out the remaining season and redshirting her freshman year.
Was coached at Webb by Shelley Sexton Collier, the Lady Vol team captain of the 1987 NCAA Champs... During her 124 game career at Webb, she scored 1,724 points, snagged 802 rebounds, recorded 244 blocks to go along with 208 assists and 169 steals... Turned in her best stats as a senior for the Lady Spartans with 16.7 ppg, 7.4 rpg while connecting on 56 percent of her field goal tries (179-291)... As a junior, averaged 14.3 ppg and 6.2 rpg in 32 games, while connecting on 61 percent of field goal attempts... As a sophomore, tallied 11.6 ppg and 5.3 rpg in 34 contests and as a freshman, posted 13.7 ppg and 7.1 rpg in 32 outings... Was a two-sport standout at Webb in both basketball and volleyball...She was a selected as an honorable mention All-America by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association in 2009...Earned recognition as a three-time All-State honoree (2007, 2008 and 2009) and as a member of two All-State Tournament teams (2007 and 2008)
Played AAU basketball with the Tennessee Flight out of Shelbyville, Tenn. from 2004-08...Team won Nike Nationals in 2008.
Faith Nicole Dupree … born November 17 in Knoxville … daughter of Perry Dupree and Gena and John Bryant … has two sisters … older sister Emily Dupree played volleyball for Covenant College … younger sister Lauren Bryant ... Biology: Preprofessional major.