SENIOR YEAR (2006-07)
Will miss the remainder of the year due to a knee injury suffered midway through the season ... averaged 7.2 points and 3.9 rebounds per game in IU's first 13 games of the year ... scored a game-high 13 points vs. Kansas on Dec. 21 ... also posted a career-best 29 minutes on the court vs. the Jayhawks ... scored nine points and pulled down six rebounds against Ball State on Dec. 18 ... also had two blocks in the win ... tallied 10 points against Miami in the final game of the Miami Thanksgiving Tournament on Nov. 25 ... scored 10 points in the first half of IU's win over Valparaiso on Nov. 15 ... recorded a season-high six rebounds against Kentucky on Nov. 12 ... sank two 3-pointers vs. the Wildcats.
JUNIOR YEAR (2005-06)
Registered five blocks during the season, with her last against then-No. 22 Minnesota on Feb. 23...came off the bench to score five points on Feb. 2 vs. Wisconsin...led the Hoosier bench in scoring eight times...tied her career-high rebounds (seven) against Belmont on Nov. 29...ranked sixth on the team in scoring with 2.3 ppg...scored 14 points, one shy of her career-high, against then-No. 13/15 Notre Dame.
SOPHOMORE YEAR (2004-05)
Saw action in 18 games for IU...provided a spark off the bench vs. Northwestern on Feb. 13 when she scored a career-high 15 points on a 6-of-8 shooting effort from the field...was the leading scorer off the bench with six points vs. then-No. 25 Penn State on Feb. 10...corralled a career-high and team-high seven rebounds against the Lady Lions...contributed five points off the bench on Feb. 6 vs. then-No. 2/3 Ohio State...stepped in as the center for the Hoosiers on Jan. 2 vs. then-No. 12/12 Minnesota and scored eight points in a two-minute span.
FRESHMAN YEAR (2003-04)
Saved her best performance for the Big Ten Tournament played at Conseco Fieldhouse in her hometown of Indianapolis, matching a season-high with seven points in the Hoosiers' first-round win over Wisconsin...matched career highs in assists, steals, and three-pointers made during the conference tournament...her 20 minutes of action in the second round against Penn State set a new career high, as did her five three-pointers attempted against the Lady Lions...came off the bench to help spark a late comeback at Iowa, scoring five points in two minutes against the Hawkeyes during a 16-4 Hoosier surge...provided some quality minutes against Ball State, grabbing four rebounds in eight minutes of action...scored seven points and grabbed three rebounds against Cornell in her first game at the collegiate level.
Selected to the Indianapolis Star 2003 Indiana All-Star team...competed for the South team in the Hoosier Basketball Magazine/Reebok North/South All-Star Classic, scoring 15 points for the South... earned Top 40 recognition from Hoosier Basketball Magazine...second team all-state honoree by the Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association...AAU 17 and Under All-America selection in 2002...Indiana Coaches of Girls Sports Association All-State second team in 2002...Indiana Junior All-Star...was the leader of a Brebeuf team that was ranked as high as No. 1 in the state in its class in the preseason...all-county first team 2002...Hoosier Basketball Magazine Preseason All-State...averaged better than 14 points and seven rebounds per game during her junior season and was a clear selection as one of the elite power forwards in the state of Indiana... region Roundball Review Super Senior Top 25 selection.
Carrie Smith was born on Sept. 29, 1984...majoring in fine arts.