Women's Basketball Spotlight on Rebecca Lyttle
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Sophomore (2013-14) ... Earned first varsity letter ... Appeared in 14 games ... Recorded three rebounds in four minutes against Stony Brook in the WNIT first round (March 21) ... Grabbed a rebound against Wisconsin (Jan. 26) ... Recorded one rebound in three minutes of action against No. 15 LSU (Nov. 30) ... Appeared in her first career game and grabbed four rebounds in 10 minutes of action at Detroit (Nov. 16)
Freshman (2012-13) ... Did not see game action.
Prep ... Hollywood Christian High School (2012) ... Honor Roll ... Four-year varsity letterwinner ... Broward County Fab Five as a senior (2012) ... Missed majority of senior season with a knee injury ... Four-time All-Broward County ... Led Hollywood Christian to the Class 1A championship as a junior (2011) ... Named FHSAA Player of the Year after leading Hollywood Christian to the state title ... Averaged 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists as a junior ... As a sophomore (2010), helped Hollywood Christian finish as state runner-up after averaging 13 points, eight rebounds and 3.5 assists per contest ... As a freshman, averaged 16 points, nine rebounds and three assists as Hollywood Christian advanced to the final four in the FHSAA state tournament ... Played AAU for Below the Rim.
Personal ... Full name: Rebecca Shae Lyttle ... Birthday: December 20, 1993 ... Daughter of Toyson and Maynel Lyttle ... Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... Undecided major.
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