Junior guard who finished her third collegiate season with 135 career three-pointers, tied for the tenth most in the program’s history ... also ranks 11th all-time in three-point accuracy (.345) ... in 94 career games, has averaged 4.7 points, 1.2 rebounds and 18.5 minutes ... three-point field goal percentage has improved each season.
Averaged 3.9 points and 1.4 rebounds while playing 15.2 minutes a game ... was one of six Falcons who played in every game ... 123 of her 129 points came from outside the three-point line ... led team with 41 three-pointers, with her three-point percentage (.387) seventh best in the Northeast-10 ... in regular season NE-10 games, made 42.7 percent of her triples, third best in the conference ... attempted only three shots from inside the arc in 503 minutes ... scored a season-high 15 points, on 5-of-6 shooting from downtown, Dec. 19 against C.W. Post, Coach Stevens’ 800th career victory ... streaky long-distance shooter who opened the season by hitting 21 of 31 three-pointers over the first eight games ... from Jan. 19-Feb. 5, made 13 of 25 ... tied a school record by hitting all four of her three-point attempts Dec. 4 against Franklin Pierce.
Averaged 4.6 points, 1.2 rebounds and 0.7 assists in 19.9 minutes a game off the bench ... made 13 of 26 three-pointers (.500) to start the season, and buried 12 of 20 from Jan. 9-26 ... Bentley was 9-4 when she made two or more threes ... missed the Holy Family game due to injury ... season-high 12 points, all in the first half, Dec. 2 against UMass-Lowell ... had nine points three times, including Mar. 12 vs. Stonehill in NCAA Regional ... on Nov. 29, made three FT with 5.5 seconds left vs. Southern New Hampshire to force OT.
Averaged 5.7 points and 1.1 rebounds while playing 20.7 minutes a game during her rookie year ... appeared in 32 games while missing one due to injury ... 52 of her 57 field goals were three-pointers ... one of two NE-10 freshmen with 50+ three-pointers ... had three or more threes eight times ... named the NE-10 Freshman of the Week on Nov. 17 ... scored in doubles five times, with highs of 19 points vs. Mercy Nov. 15 and 16 against Felician the next day ... both came during the UMass-Lowell Valley Cup ... was 14th in the Northeast-10 in three-pointers, averaging 1.6 a game.
2008 graduate of Andover High School where she was a four-year starter in basketball and a three-year starter in volleyball ... scored 1173 points, with 232 three-pointers, during her career and was the team’s top scorer in three of four seasons ... helped Andover to the Eastern Massachusetts championship and a berth in the state final as a senior ... was Andover’s 2008 Most Outstanding Female Athlete ... list of accolades also included 2008 Boston Herald All-Scholastic, 2008 Boston Officials Outstanding Women’s Player, Massachusetts Basketball Coaches Association All-Senior Girls’ Team for the North Section, three-time Merrimack Valley Conference Division I All-Star, three-time Lawrence Eagle Tribune All-Star and two-time Lawrence Eagle Tribune Super Team selection ... in volleyball, helped Andover to state finals as a sophomore and state semifinals her final two seasons ... was the Lawrence Eagle Tribune volleyball MVP ... received All-Scholastic honors from the Boston Globe and Boston Herald ... was a team captain and two-time All-League selection.
Is majoring in finance, with a minor in mathematical sciences ... age as of Nov. 15, 2010: 20 ... daughter of Brian and Joanne Thomann ... has two brothers, Matt (30) and Sean (29), and one sister, Caitlin (26) ... outstanding student who ranked in top 10 percent of her class at Andover ... National Honor Society member ... received 2007 Pre-Calculus Award and 2008 English Award ... was the national runner-up in the 2000 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Foul Shooting Contest, which had approximately 500,000 contestants ... was also a national finalist in the same competition in 2001 ... has been involved in Make-A-Wish and Junior Falcon Day, and as an Open House Ambassador.