Dominique  Redding

13Dominique Redding


Clearwater, Fla.

High School:
Clearwater H.S.







2005-06: Scored a much needed seven points against the Georgia Lady Bulldogs in the SEC semifinals...Her two three-pointers against Georgia gave her 36 career threes, tying her for 19th place on the all-time Lady Vol record book...Dished out a career-high seven assists against the Gators in the regular season finale...Earned her first career start in the Feb. 12 game against Vanderbilt...Scored six points and contributed five assists against Alabama in just 16 minutes of action...Came off the bench for seven points and a season-high four rebounds against Vanderbilt on Jan. 19...Added one assist and a steal in 22 minutes of action against the Commodores...Sank two crucial three-pointers against Notre Dame...Scored a career-high 12 points against Princeton on 5-of-7 shooting...Added two assists against the Tigers...Went 4-of-7 from the field for eight points in 11 minutes against Texas...Dished three assists and tied a career-high with two steals in the Lady Vols' win over Gonzaga...Connected on three of her five attempts from the field, including two three-pointers against Michigan State...Came off the bench for eight points, one steal and two rebounds in the season opener against Stetson.

2004-05: Shot 81.6 percent from the free throw line, missing on only seven attempts all season...Played in 31 games...Posted solid numbers in the NCAA Tournament opening-round triumph over Western Carolina, totaling nine points and five rebounds...Provided a spark off the bench in the win against top-ranked LSU in the SEC Tournament championship game, totaling seven points (on 3-of-3 shooting) in just eight minutes of action...Averaged 8.3 ppg during the last four regular-season contests...Falling just short of a double-double, Redding earned career highs in points (11), rebounds (eight) and assists (two) in the triumph versus Mississippi...Playing in her home state of Florida, she totaled seven points and swiped a career-high two steals in the overtime victory against the Gators.

2003-04: As a rookie, Dominique played in 30 games and averaged 1.9 ppg and 0.9 rpg...Logged 173 minutes during the season...Saw action in four of UT's six NCAA playoff games and tallied a career-high four rebounds against Colgate...Had the knack for connecting on some big three-pointers as a frosh...Hit her only shot, a momentum changing three-pointer late in the first half, in UT's upset win over #1 Duke...Connected on a pivotal three-pointer and helped to ignite a Lady Vol 13-2 run to force overtime in the victory over #6/5 Stanford on the road...Nailed a three-pointer against #10/11 Louisiana Tech for her first collegiate career trey...Was instant offense versus DePaul in the overtime win, scoring six points in five minutes...Recorded a career-high seven points in six minutes in the win over #19 TCU...An excellent student, Dominique was named to the Dean's List at UT, as well as earning a spot on the 2004 SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll.


HIGH SCHOOL: One of the nation's heralded recruits in 2003, Dominique garnered numerous accolades during her career at Clearwater H.S...Earned invitations to participate in the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) High School All-America Game and the McDonald's All-America East-West contest following her senior season...Named to the 2002 adidas National Top-10 List...Earned honorable mention All-America accolades by Street and Smith her junior season...Selected first-team all-state following her sophomore, junior and senior seasons...Collected her county's player of the year award on three occasions...Named All-Suncoast Conference in each of her four seasons...Recipient of the Henry Deck Pinellas County Senior Female Athlete of the Year Award...Twice named the Hooters Classic Most Valuable Player...Awarded Christmas Holiday Tournament MVP honors as a freshman...Also earned Clearwater H.S. Most Valuable Player distinction all four years...Helped C.H.S. to 113-21 mark during her prep career, during which the Tornadoes made it to the State Final Four three times and finished runners-up once...Her squad also captured district titles all four years and conference championships three times...Finished career as the school's all-time leading scorer with 2,648 points...Holds school records for points in a season (732) and career double-doubles (49)...Her final prep totals also include 1,096 rebounds, 141 assists and 227 blocks...Career averages of 19.8 ppg and 8.2 rpg.

NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL: Dominique was invited to the 2002 USA Basketball Women's Youth Development Festival, where her team earned the silver medal...She played AAU basketball with the Clearwater Green Wave between 1996-2001...Named to the all-tournament team at the 2001 AAU National Championships, while helping her team to a ninth-place finish...Led the club to six consecutive Florida state championships and was the team's leading scorer every year...The team never lost to another Florida team in its age division during the successful run...The Green Wave was nationally ranked in five of the six years she competed...The 16-under team finished second in the 48-team division at the Deep South Classic, a nationally competitive tournament in North Carolina...Collected MVP honors while at the 10-under and 11-under AAU state championships...Received her first recruiting letter at age 10 after her team claimed ninth place at the 1996 AAU National Championships in Ogden, Utah.

PERSONAL: Dominique is currently pursuing a degree in sociology...A member of the UT Dean's List and SEC Academic Honor Roll...Excelled in the classroom at Clearwater High School, as she was a member of the honor roll each semester all four years...In her spare time, she enjoys fishing, swimming and watching movies...Cites her biggest basketball-related thrill as signing with the Lady Vols... Has one brother, Leman, 35, and three sisters, Felecia, 33, Aquila, 32, and Barbara, 30...Dominique Zerica Redding was born on Feb. 10, 1985, in Clearwater, Fla...Her mother is Mary Adams and her grandmother is Trudy Cloud.


Career Highs
Points: 12 vs. Princeton (12-20-05)
Rebounds: 8 vs. Mississippi (2-6-05)
Assists: 7 vs. Florida (2-26-06)
Steals: 2 vs. Gonzaga (11-25-05)*
Blocks: Blocks: 1 vs. Army (3-19-06)*
Field Goals: 5 vs. Princeton (12-20-05)*
Three-pointers: 2 vs. Georgia (3-4-06)*
Free Throws: 6 vs. Alabama (2-27-05)*
Minutes: 22 vs. Vanderbilt (1-19-06)*
2005-06 Season Highs
Points: 12 vs. Princeton (12-20-05)
Rebounds: 4 vs. Vanderbilt (1-19-06)
Assists: 7 vs. Florida (2-26-06)
Steals: 2 vs. Gonzaga (11-25-05)
Blocks: 1 vs. Army (3-19-06)*
Field Goals: 5 vs. Princeton (12-20-05)
Three-pointers: 2 vs. Auburn (2-23-06)*
Free Throws: 2 vs. Auburn (3-3-06)
Minutes: 22 vs. Vanderbilt (1-19-06)
Southeastern Conference Highs
Points: 11 vs. Mississippi (2-6-05)
Rebounds: 8 vs. Mississippi (2-6-05)
Assists: 7 vs. Florida (2-26-06)
Steals: 2 vs. South Carolina (2-17-05)*
Blocks: 1 vs. LSU (2-9-06)*
Field Goals: 5 vs. Mississippi (2-6-05)
Three-pointers: 2 vs. Georgia (3-4-06)*
Free Throws: 6 vs. Alabama (2-27-05)*
Minutes: 22 vs. Vanderbilt (1-19-06)*
NCAA Tournament Highs
Points: 9 vs. Western Carolina (3-20-05)
Rebounds: 5 vs. Western Carolina (3-20-05)
Assists: 1 vs. Army (3-19-06)
Steals: 0
Blocks: 1 vs. Army (3-19-06)
Field Goals: 4 vs. Western Carolina (3-20-05)
Three-pointers: 1 vs. Western Carolina (3-20-05)
Free Throws: 3 vs. George Wash. (3-21-06)
Minutes: 19 vs. Western Carolina (3-20-05)

* Indicates most recent high


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