2005 Third-team All-Louisiana
2006 Second-team All-SEC (Coaches)
2006 Second-team All-Louisiana
SENIOR SEASON (2005-06)
Started 84 games in her career, including 71 straight ... Named second-team All-Southeastern Conference by the coaches and honorable mention All-SEC by the AP ... Ended her career ranked in fifth in career 3-point field goals made, fifth in career field goals attempted, seventh in career 3-point field goal percentage and seventh in career steals at LSU ... Became the fifth player at LSU to have at least 100 and now finished with 120 ... Became the seventh player in LSU history to collect at least 200 steals and ended with 231 in her career ... Finished at LSU ranked 15th on the career points list with 1,229 ... Scored in double figures 16 times, including a season-high 19 against Michigan State ... Finished third on the team in scoring, first in three-point field goals made, second in steals, third in assists and third in blocked shots ... Named to All-Louisiana second team ... Selected by the defending WNBA champion Sacramento Monarchs with the 14th pick of the 2006 draft (final pick of the first round).
JUNIOR SEASON (2004-05)
Started all 36 games this season ... Needs 72 points to become the 25th player in school history to reach 1,000 career points ... Ranks tied for fifth in career three-pointers made at LSU with 80 ... Is sixth in career three-pointers attempted at LSU with 232 ... Scored a season-high 22 points in LSU's victory over Liberty in the Regional semifinals in Chattanooga, Tenn. ... Poured in 17 points in LSU's victory over No. 17 Georgia to open SEC play on Jan. 8 ... Added 16 points in LSU's victory over No. 5 Tennessee on Feb. 10 and 16 points in a victory at Arkansas on Feb. 24 ... Scored at least 10 points in 14 games ... Led the team with 78 steals, the 10th best single-season total in school history ... Is 11th in career steals at LSU with 168 ... Collected 21 multi-steal games, including a career-best seven steals against North Texas on Nov. 30 ... Was second on the team with 33 blocked shots, the 11th best single-season in LSU history ... Ended the season ranked fifth in the SEC in steals, 15th in 3-point field goal percentage and 14th in blocked shots ... Voted third-team All-Louisiana by the LSWA.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2003-04)
Returned to the team after missing the 2002-03 season to give birth to her daughter ... Made her first start since Jan. 1, 2002 on opening night against Villanova ... Played in all 35 games and started four ... Finished fourth on the team in scoring and second in three pointers made ... Poured in a career-high 25 points in just 23 minutes at Alabama in a 103-68 victory on Feb. 5 ... Led LSU in scoring in four games ... Scored in double figures in 14 games, including two games with 20 or more points ... In addition to her career-high 25 against Alabama, she scored 23 against UL-Monroe on Dec. 13.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2001-02)
Played in 29 games and started nine ... Started the first eight games of her career at LSU and poured in a then-career-best 22 points in her collegiate debut against Grambling on Nov. 20 ... Scored in double figures in each of her first four games, including 21 points at Texas on Nov. 29 ... Finished the season fourth on the team in scoring with a 10.6 average ... Her 308 points ranked 10th among freshman in LSU history ... Scored in double figures in 15 games and led the team in scoring twice ... Recorded her lone double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds against Florida on Jan. 10 ... Had 10 games with at least five rebounds, including nine against both Auburn and Arkansas ... Hit a game-winning jumper to help LSU defeat Virginia Tech to win the www.WOMENSCOLLEGEHOOPS.com Crawfish Classic ... Was named to the www.WOMENSCOLLEGEHOOPS.com Crawfish Classic All-tournament team after averaging 15.5 points and 2.5 rebounds in the two games.
Led her team to the state title her senior year at Edison, playing for coach Denise Novak ... Played at Edison with current Lady Tiger teammate Florence Williams ... Scored 25 points in the state championship game ... Team also won regional championships in 2000 and 2001 and three district titles in her four years ... Was a two-time first-team all-state selection ... Also a two-time all-county selection ... Street and Smith High School All-American ... Was an USA Today honorable mention All-USA selection ... Ranked in the Blue Star Report as the sixth best high school player in the nation ... Rated as one of the top-10 high school guards in the country by All-Star Girl's Report ... Named one of the nation's top high school small forwards by SchoolSports.com.
Full name is Scholanda Michelle (Dorrell) Hoston ... Born Jan. 9, 1983 ... Married Frederick Hoston on June 15, 2002 ... The couple has one daughter, Aishida, born Jan. 29, 2003 ... Mother is Jennifer Boothe-Byer ... Has two siblings, Lathanza Williams (31) and G. Jelani Frederick (16) ... Majoring in kinesiology and is scheduled to graduate in May of 2006.