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#21 Erin Power
Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Year: Senior
City/State: Elmwood Park, Ill.
High School: Fenwick
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2010-11: Started all but one game ... Second in the Ivy League in steals and minutes played ... Finished fourth in the Ivies in rebounding and eighth in the league in assists ... Led team in rebounds, assists and steals ... Second on team in blocks and minutes played ... Had at least five rebounds in 21 games and led team in rebounding 16 times ... Led all starters in field goal percentage (38.1%) ... Played a game-high 37 minutes and had six rebounds in addition to a team-high four assists in win over Bryant (Nov. 12) ... Led team with five rebounds and three steals at Drexel (Nov. 19) ... Nine rebounds and five assists in win at Rider (Nov. 23) ... Notched her second career double-double with 10 rebounds and a career-best 16 points in win over Maine (Dec. 10) ... Had a career-high four blocks in win over Lafayette (Jan. 2) ... Played the entire game at Virginia with six points and a team-best eight rebounds (Jan. 16) ... Played all 40 minutes and recorded 10 rebounds at Dartmouth (Feb. 4) in addition to nine points ... Her six assists in win over Cornell were a season high ... Logged her second double-double of the season with 11 points, team-high 10 rebounds and career-high five steals in win over Columbia (Feb. 12) ... Tied a season-best with six assists in win over Brown (Feb. 18) ... At Columbia (Feb. 25), she grabbed a season-high 12 rebounds, dished a season-high six assists and tied a career-high with five steals.

2009-10: Did not play.

2008-09: Started 22 games and played in all 28 ... Won the team's Most Improved Player Award ... Led the team with 97 assists and had at least one assist in all but two games ... Led Ivies in assist-to-turnover ratio and was fourth in assists ... Also led the team in rebounding, field goal percentage, steals and blocks ... Had 11 or more rebounds in three straight games from Feb. 7-14 ... Scored in each of the last 21 games ... Career-high 12 points and four made field goals at Yale (2/27) ... First career double-double came at Cornell (2/7), with 11 points and a career-high 13 rebounds ... Also set or tied her collegiate bests with seven made free throws and 10 attempts in win over Cornell, which she matched in the win vs. Yale (2/14) ... Had 12 rebounds at Rider (1/13)  ... Career-high four steals and two blocks vs. Drexel (12/19) ... Made her first career start at Lafayette (12/3) where she played a career-high 39 minutes ... Had a near double-double with eight rebounds and a career-high nine assists in 30 minutes vs. Saint Joseph’s (11/25).

2007-08: Collegiate debut came against Elon (Nov. 9) ... Had the team’s best assist/turnover ratio (3.30) ... Provided 20 assists while committing just six turnovers in 13 games played.

High School: Averaged 12 assists, six points, six rebounds and six steals per game as a senior ... Named to all-state third team ... Two-time Niles North and Dundee Crown all-tournament teams ... Team was 2007 Illinois state champion ... Also lettered four years in cross country and track & field, and one year in soccer ... National Honor Society member ... Illinois State Scholar.

Personal: Daughter of Julie and Dave Power ... Has one brother, David (22), and two step-sisters, Jill (23) and Lisa (19) Mascio ... Father was her high school coach ... Mother played college basketball at Marquette ... Enrolled in Wharton, intending to concentrate in management and advertising.

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