AS A FRESHMAN (2000-01): Was a consistent force as a small forward, possessing both the abilitiy have solid ballhandling skills and the ability to play in the post...played in all 28 games, earning a starting role in four contests...averaged 3.8 points and 2.4 rebounds per game...dished out 24 assists on the season and had 19 steals...scored four points and had three rebounds in Butler's first game of the season against Evansville...played a season-high 35 minutes in Butler's overtime victory over Brown...came off the bench at UIC to tally a career-high 16 points off of 6-of-8 shooting (.750)...scored at least five points in seven contests...recorded one or more rebounds in 26 outings...shot .286 on the season from the field and .710 from the free throw line...had at one or more assists in 14 games...was perfect from behind the arc (3-for-3) in the Bulldogs' win over William & Mary...her 11 three-pointers on the season ranked third on the team.
AT GLEN ESTE HIGH: Earned six varsity letters in four different sports, basketball, cross country, track and softball during high school....as a point guard on her basketball, she was named Most Outstanding Player her senior year...was the leading scorer on her team, averaging 16 points per game throughout her final season...scored over 1,000 points in her high school career...was named 1st Team All-League...was solid academically, earning National Honor Society honors...high school coach: Jeff Click
PERSONAL: Sarah Lynn Bolten...born March 19, 1982...daughter David and Christine Bolten...secondary education and athletic training major.
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