|2006-07 Season Highs|
Points: 7 vs. Florida (1-11-07)*
Points: 7 vs. Florida (1-11-07)
Points: 2 vs. Marist (3-25-07)*
Redshirted the 2007-08 season to recover from knee surgery...Named a Vol Scholar for both semesters and earned Dean's List honors in the spring.
Averaged 2.5 assists per game in the NCAA?first and second rounds...Offered three assists and two steals in 13 minutes at Arkansas. Didn't have a turnover and drew a charge against the Lady Razorbacks...Dished out an SEC-career-high three assists against LSU to help the Lady Vols clinch the SEC?regular season title...Suffered a sprained left elbow in the game against Mississippi on Feb. 15. X-rays revealed that there was no fracture. Further diagnostic testing was performed on Friday, Feb. 16 which determined that there was no structural damage..Sank an incredible high-flying floater as the clock wound down in the first half against Kentucky. Finished with six points, one rebound and an assist against the Wildcats...Drilled a clutch three-pointer as time was winding down in the first half against Georgia. Added three rebounds against the Lady Bulldogs on Feb. 5...In a career high 27 minutes against South Carolina, she scored six points and grabbed a steal...Dished out two assists and tied her career high in points (7) against the Gators. Also added a block against Florida...Scored six points and made a career-high two free throws against Alabama in the SEC?season opener...Tied a personal best in assists (4) against West Virginia...Drained a three-pointer from six feet beyond the arc against Texas...Played tough, physical defense against North Carolina. Picked up a steal in seven minutes off the bench...Against Louisiana Tech, earned her first career start. Established then-career highs in points (7), assists (3), rebounds (4) and minutes (24)...At 5'4", she is one of the toughest players on the court. Drew a charge against UCLA that got the crowd to its feet and led to Tennessee's largest lead (29) of the game. Sank two treys and added a block, an assist and a steal in 17 minutes...Saw the first action of her collegiate career against Chattanooga in the season opener. Scored four points, handed out two assists and grabbed three boards in 23 minutes...Sat out the two exhibition games to give her right knee time to heal from arthroscopic surgery she had on Oct. 20.
A local product from just down U.S. Highway 129, McMahan is the first Heritage High School product to become a Lady Vol basketball player...Helped the Lady Mountaineers to an 87-11 record in her four years and a district title in 2005...Street and Smith's third team All-American (2005)...Parade All-American Third Team (2006)...EA Sports All-America second team (2003, 2004) and honorable mention (2006)...USA Today Freshman and Junior All-America...Student Sports Sophomore All-America...Orlando Sentinel All-South Team (2005) and earned honorable mention in 2004...Blount County Player of the Year (2003, 2004, 2005)...All-District (2003, 2004, 2005)...All-Region (2003, 2004, 2005)...AP All-State (third team in 2003, first team in 2004 and 2005)...TSWA All-State (2005)...Was a finalist for the Tennessee Miss Basketball award in 2003, 2004 and 2005, and was a runner-up in 2004 to current Lady Vol Alex Fuller...Participated in the Nike Skills Academy (2005)...Named team captain her senior season...Holds the Heritage High School record for most points in a career with 2,315 - despite missing several games her junior year and all but five games her senior year with knee injuries...Also holds school records for points in a single game (42), total assists (607) and total steals (329)...Averaged 21.0 points per game in her career at Heritage...The 5-foot-6 point guard averaged 5.0 rebounds, 3.3 steals and 5.5 assists per game...Lists her biggest thrill in basketball as beating Oak Ridge (Tenn.) during her sophomore season after trailing by 18 points in the second half.
16U AAU All-American (2004)...Helped her AAU team to a national runner-up finish in 2004...Participated in the USA Youth Development Festival...Went to the Nike All-America Camp (2004)...Has four AAU teammates currently playing Division I basketball -Ashley Huff and Erin Ogan (Chattanooga), and Megan Lyons and Holly Rogers (Tennessee Tech).
Maintained a 4.2 GPA at Heritage High School...Was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), a D.A.R.E. Role Model, and active with her church praise team...Chose Tennessee over Vanderbilt, Georgia and LSU...Picked UT because of its legendary program and coaches, and "because I feel I have the best chance to win a national championship at UT"...Lists her family as her biggest sports influence; said that playing against her brother (Reese) made her a better player, and "I inherited my Dad's competitive nature and my Mom's love for basketball"...Her father, Earl, was an All-American in football at Maryville College...Has one brother, Reese, 22...Caitlyn Jane McMahan was born Dec. 7, 1987, in Maryville, Tenn...Her parents are Earl and Teresa McMahan.
|McMAHAN'S CAREER TOTALS|
|McMAHAN'S 2006-07 GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS|