10 LaTesha Ford
Named to the Naval Academy's Commandant's List for the 2004 spring semester.
Averaged over nine minutes of playing time over Navy's final-six games of the season ... converted 5-of-7 field goal attempts in that span ... scored a career-high four points F20 against Colgate ... made both of her shots from the field against the Raiders ... added a career-high three assists and two steals in a career-best 15-minute performance F22 against Holy Cross ... hauled in a career-high two rebounds D31 against Eastern Illinois and F20 against Colgate ... tallied two points in four games ... swiped at least one steal in five contests ... played 12 minutes in Navy's Patriot League Tournament game against American.
Appeared in Navy's D2 game at Ohio ... did not record any statistics in her brief stint.
Did not appear in any varsity games ... did compete with the Navy junior varsity team.
Graduated from Oxon Hill High School ... was a member of the basketball, soccer and softball teams ... the basketball team won the regional title in 2000 ... received honorable mention all-county accolades as a junior ... named team captain as a senior ... did not miss a day of high school ... named Oxon Hill Female Athlete of the Year as a senior ... travelled to Trieste, Italy, as part of the basketball tour with People to People ... played in the Prince George's Senior All-Star Game.
LaTesha Tyree Ford ... born June 20, 1983, in Washington, D.C. ... daughter of Randolph and LaNeve Ford ... information technology (national security affairs) major.