2001-02 Season (Junior)
Returned to the court after redshirting the previous season . . . Appeared in all 34 games with 33 starts . . . Best game of the season came at Valparaiso in the Lady Cougars' 61-53 win in the third round of the 2002 WNIT on March 20, when she tied her season high with 18 points, including five three-pointers . . . Both her 41 three-point field goals made and 149 field goal attempts during the 2001-02 season rank fifth all-time for most treys in a single season . . . Closed out the 2002 regular Conference USA season ranked 14th in the league with 32 treys, 18 of which came in conference games alone . . . Led the Lady Cougars with a 70.8 (46-65) shooting percentage from the free throw line . . . One of Houston's leading threats outside the arc, she currently ranks among the Lady Cougars' all-time top ten in both three-point field goals made (118, 3rd) and three-point field goal attempts (430, 2nd) . . . Against Oral Roberts on Dec. 30 she shot 4-for-9 from the field, including 3-of-7 from the arc, for a season-high 18 points . . . Was 7-of-8 from the free throw line and added three assists.
1999-00 Season (Sophomore)
Appeared in all 28 games, making nine starts . . . Scored points in 26 of
28 games . . . Recorded a stellar performance against nationally-ranked
Tulane on February 10 when she scored eight points, pulled down eight
rebounds and grabbed a season-high three steals . . . Averaged 4.7 points
and 2.8 rebounds per game . . . Ranked fourth on the squad in minutes
played with over 500 . . . Ranks third among Lady Cougars' all-time career
leaders in three-point field goals (77) and three-point field goal attempts
Named to the Conference USA All-Freshmen Team for averaging 9.3 points, 3.0
rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game in her freshman campaign . . . Four
times she scored 20 or more points in a game . . . Her 24-point effort
against Cincinnati (January 10) was the highest scoring output by a Lady
Cougar . . . Reached double digits in 12 games . . . Converted 57
three-pointers last season, which ranks third on the UH single-season list
and fourth on the career chart . . . Responsible for 45.9 percent of Cougar
three-pointers (57-of-124) . . . Her six three-pointers against Cincinnati
ties for fourth most in a game in Lady Cougar history and second most in a
game by a C-USA player . . . Shared Lady Cougar single-game high for
three-point attempts with 13 against UNCC on January 31 . . . Made at least
one three-pointer in 22 straight games . . . Set a career-high eight
rebounds against Southern Miss on February 14.
Lettered in basketball at Brenham High School in Brenham, Texas . . .
Averaged nearly 20 ppg and 10 rpg over her prep career . . . Had a
triple-double her senior year . . . Team had a winning record every year
she played . . . named Newcomer of the Year . . . Named first team
All-District, All-Region and second team All-State . . . Voted Offensive
Player of the Year . . . Member of the National Honor Society . . . Ranked
in the top 10 percent of her graduating class.
Born April 4, 1980, in Sioux City, Iowa . . . Parents are Joe and Lesa Curl
. . . nickname is "A.C." . . . Majoring in sports administration . . .
Older sister of fellow Lady Cougar Jennifer Curl . . . Hobbies include
swimming, watching movies and going to the mall . . . Also recruited by
Missouri and Texas.