Played in 13 games before missing remainder of the season with injury ... averaged almost three assists per game, dishing out 37 assists against 22 turnovers ... hit the go ahead free throw with 10 seconds left and collected three assists in 15 minutes at ETSU ... recorded four points and two assists in the win over FAU ... had five assists and a steal in win at Navy ... had six points and led the team with three assists at Mt. St. Mary's ... scored a career-high nine points on 9-10 shooting from the free throw line and tied a career-high with six assists in the OT win at Appalachian State; Was 4-4 from the line in overtime ... came off the bench & had a career-best six assists in just 13 minutes to go along with three points vs. Fordham ... dished out two assists in two minutes vs. Eastern Kentucky ... posted an assist and two rebounds in 11 minutes at Hawai'i ... came off the bench and in 27 minutes, scored seven points on 3-4 shooting to go along with two assists and a steal vs. Towson
Sat out the 2005-06 season under NCAA transfer rules.
Pollack spent her freshman season at Purdue University, helping the Boilermakers to a 17-13 record, advancing to the NCAA Second Round ... played in 28 games, starting 10 games, nine of which in league play ... averaged 1.6 points, 1.7 assists and 0.9 rebounds per game ... shot 43.9 percent from the field and 71.4 percent from the charity stripe ... played a more increase role in Big Ten play, dishing out 28 assists, fourth on the team and scoring 2.2 points per game ... totaled four assists in the season opener vs. IPFW ... posted three steals vs. Western Michigan ... season-high three rebounds vs. Indiana ... had seven points, three assists and two steals vs. Michigan ... career-high nine points (second on the team) vs. No. 11 Minnesota ... started her first career game at Notre Dame with a game and career best seven assists ... followed up with five points and five assists at No. 11 Michigan State ... tied season-high with three rebounds at Penn State.
Prior to Georgetown:
Standout player on Marlboro High School's women's basketball team ... named adidas/EA Sports Superstar ... Scored 1,573 career points ... Group 4 First Team ... All-State selection in 2003-04 ... Earned Associated Press Third Team All-State accolades ... helped lead Marlboro to Central New Jersey Group 4 State Championships in 2001, 2003 and 2004, and runner-up honors in 2002 ... led Marlboro to a 101-15 record; class was first in New Jersey girls' high school history to record 100 wins in four years ... averaged 14 points, five assists and four steals during four-year career ... 2003 USA Basketball Youth Development participant.