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Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
City/State: Washington, D.C.
High School: The Bullis School


Became the first player in ACC history to register over 2,000 points, 800 rebounds, 400 assists and 200 steals in a career ... posted the second triple-double in school history with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists against Florida State on Jan. 5, 2006 ... became only the second Duke player to be named a two-time Kodak All-America selection (Alana Beard) ... led Duke to 30 or more wins in each of her five seasons ... missed the 2002-03 season with a torn ACL in her left knee.

Career Notes... 
One of only three Blue Devils to score over 2,000 points ... led Duke to the 2002, 2003 and 2006 NCAA Final Four ... a member of three ACC Tournament championship teams (2002, 2003, 2004) ... a member of four ACC Regular Season championship teams (2002-05) ... one of only three Duke players to be named ACC Tournament MVP (Georgia Schweitzer and Iciss Tillis-twice) ... set a Duke free throw percentage record hitting 14 of 14 in the ACC Tournament Championship game as a freshman.

In The Duke Record Book... 
Ranked third in points (2,122), fifth in scoring average (15.2), second in field goals made (749), second in field goals attempted (1,592), fifth in free throw percentage (.782), eighth in rebounding average (6.2), fourth in rebounds (874), sixth in assists (413), 10th in blocked shots (75), fourth in steals (228), third in free throws made (538), third in free throws attempted (688), fifth in double-doubles (22), second in double-figure scoring games (118), tied for fifth in wins (123), tied for fourth in ACC regular season wins (55), tied for second in games played (140), tied for second in games started (127) and second in minutes played (4,013).

In The ACC Record Book... 
Ranked 10th in career points (2,122), tied for fourth in free throws attempted (688) and third in free throws made (538).

As a Senior (2005-06)... 
Selected Kodak, USBWA, Wooden, and Senior Class Award All-America ... earned second team Associated Press All-America ... member of NCAA Final Four All-Tournament squad ... finalist for State Farm Wade Trophy, Bayer Advantage Senior Class Award and Wooden Award ... selected All-ACC Tournament second team, first team All-ACC and earned ACC Player of the Week on two occasions ... named Duke Student-Athlete of the Week two different times ... led the Blue Devils to a 31-4 overall record and an appearance in the National Championship game ... MVP of the Surf’N Slam Classic and Duke Classic All-Tournament honoree ... scored 573 points to rank eighth on Duke’s single season points list ... averaged 16.4 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 1.4 steals, while hitting 47.5 percent of her field goals and 42.0 percent from three-point land ... collected an assist/turnover ratio of 1.4 ... scored double-figures in 32 of 35 contests and notched three double-doubles ... posted the second triple-double in school history with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists against Florida State on Jan. 5, 2006 ... notched a school-record 43 points at Miami as she hit 11 of 18 field goals, 15 of 16 free throws and 6-of-9 three-pointers ... scored a then career-high 31 points against fourth-ranked Maryland ... posted nine games with 20 or more points scored ... in the ACC stats, ranked fourth in scoring (16.4), 20th in rebounding (5.8), seventh in free throw percentage (81.9) and fourth in three-point field goal percentage (42.0) ... earned preseason ACC Player of the Year, first team All-ACC, Street & Smith’s Terrific 10, Lindy’s & Athlon First Team All-America.

Summer of 2005... 
Led the USA Women’s World University Games Team to a 7-0 record and the gold medal ... started two of seven games while averaging 6.3 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.3 steals ... collected 14 points, six rebounds, four assists and three steals in a rout of Taiwan in the quarterfinals.

As a Junior (2004-05)... 
Named Kodak All-America, first team Association Press All-America, John R. Wooden All-America, USBWA All-America, first team All-ACC and ACC Player of the Year ... a finalist for the John R. Wooden Award, State Farm Wade Trophy and Naismith Trophy for the National Player of the Year ... finalist for the Basketball Honda Award ... finished second in the voting for the John R. Wooden Award ... selected to the Chattanooga Region All-Tournament team, Kodak Region II All-America, All-ACC Tournament first team, first team All-ACC, and MVP of the Junkanoo Jam ... averaged 17.5 points, 7.1 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 2.1 steals and posted a 1.13 assist/turnover ratio ... collected eight double-doubles which ranked tied for third in the ACC ... registered 13 games with 20 or more points to rank tied for second in the ACC ... in the ACC stats, listed third in scoring, ninth in rebounding, 13th in assists, ninth in free throw percentage (78.1), eighth in steals, 14th in assist/turnover ratio and fourth in defensive rebounds (4.83) ... in ACC games only, ranked fourth in scoring (17.9), eighth in rebounding (7.1), 12th in field goal percentage (46.6), tied for 12th in assists (3.43), 15th in free throw percentage (74.1), tied for ninth in steals (1.93), 12th in assist/turnover ratio (1.12) and tied for sixth in defensive rebounds (5.14) ... hit the game-winning shots against Tennessee, Maryland and N.C. State ... bothered by two stress fractures in her left foot for the final 13 games of the season ... scored double-figures in 35 of 36 games ... led Duke in scoring (630), steals (77), second in assists (123) and third in rebounds (254) ... led the ACC with 168 free throws made and attempts (215).

As a Sophomore (2003-04)... 
Named second team All-ACC ... earned Mideast Regional All-Tournament, second team All-ACC Tournament, LMU All-Tournament and Duke Classic All-Tournament selections ... for the season, averaged 12.3 points, 6.1 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.6 steals and 0.8 blocks ... collected two double-doubles ... tied a Duke single-game record with 12 assists against Georgia Tech, 11 of which came in the first half ... tied an ACC season high and career high with 15 rebounds against North Carolina ... had double-figure points in 25 of 34 games ... started all 34 contests ... averaged 16.3 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.5 steals and hit 47.7 percent from the field in four NCAA Tournament games ... in the ACC stats, ranked 11th in scoring (12.3), eighth in rebounding (6.8), 14th in field goal percentage (47.5), 11th in assists (2.97), 10th in free throw percentage (75.5), 11th in steals (1.56), 13th in blocks (0.82), 12th in offensive rebounds (2.24) and ninth in defensive rebounds (3.88) ... in ACC games only, ranked 17th in scoring (10.1), seventh in rebounding (6.2), 14th in assists (2.75), 12th in free throw percentage (71.4), tied for 11th in steals (1.62) and 12th in blocked shots (0.94) ... had double-doubles against Auburn (14 points, 10 rebounds) and North Carolina (14 points, 15 rebounds) ... against ranked opponents, averaged 14.0 points, 7.2 rebounds, 2.8 assists, 0.9 steals and 0.6 blocks ... had a season-high 19 points in the NCAA Elite Eight against Minnesota ... second on the Duke squad with 105 free throws made and third on the team with 101 assists ... had 12 rebounds against Virginia ... had 17 games with three or more assists ... a preseason Street & Smith’s All-America honorable mention selection.

Redshirted the season with a torn ACL in her left knee ... injury happened in the first minute of the first exhibition game on Nov. 5 against Premier Players.

As a Freshman (2001-02)... 
Earned second team All-ACC and All-ACC Freshman team accolades ... Freshman All-America ... selected ACC Tournament MVP after registering career highs in points (30) and rebounds (12) against North Carolina in the championship game ... named ACC Rookie of the Week five times ... one of only two freshmen to be selected All-ACC ... registered nine double-doubles, which ranked second in the ACC ... started 22 of the 35 games played, including the final 20 of the season ... had seven games with 20 or more points to rank tied for fourth in the ACC ... one of only six players in the ACC to score 30 or more points in a single game ... on the Duke freshman single season record charts, ranked second in points (502), fourth in free throws made (138) and fifth in free throws attempted (179) ... in the ACC statistics, ranked tied for sixth in scoring (14.3), 12th in rebounding (6.1), second in field goal percentage (.494) and fourth in free throw percentage (.771) ... in ACC games only, ranked ninth in scoring (15.0), 11th in rebounding (6.2), third in field goal percentage (.515) and fifth in free throw percentage (.767) ... scored double-figure points in 26 of her 35 games played ... had 10 or more rebounds nine times ... hit over 10 free throws in three different games ... scored double-figure points in 16 of the 19 games against ACC opponents ... took five charges.

Summer 2001... 
Played on the USA Basketball Junior World Championship team ... team posted a 6-1 record and downed Australia, 77-72, to earn the bronze medal ... played in five of the seven games ... averaged 3.2 points, 2.2 rebounds and hit 44 percent of her field goals.

Prior to Duke... 
Named finalist for the 2001 Naismith Prep Player of the Year award as a senior at The Bullis School ... earned Parade second team All-America, AAU All-America, WBCA All-America, Student Sports All-America second team, All Star Girls Report (ASGR) first team All-America, Street & Smith All-America second team and Nike All-America honors ... as a senior, averaged 21.6 points, 8.2 rebounds and 2.5 steals ... selected USA Today Super 25 and Gatorade Circle of Champions, USA Today Maryland Player of the Year and Gatorade Maryland Player of the Year ... scored a total of 2,151 career points and holds the school record with 46 points scored in a game ... ranked third by the ASGR and eighth by the Blue Star Report in the individual rankings as a senior ... led all players with 25 points at the 2001 Rawlings/WBCA All-America game and added nine rebounds and two assists for the winning White Team ... earned Nike Tournament of Champions All-Tournament honors ... competed in the 2001 Capital Classic ... earned 2001 Player of the Year and All-Metropolitan first team accolades by the Washington Post ... a three-time Maryland Miss Basketball selection ... as a junior, averaged 19.0 points, 9.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists, while being named All-USA honorable mention All-America by USA Today ... led The Bullis School to a 27-2 record and the Independent School League regular season and tournament titles for the first time in school history ... during the summer before her junior year, she was  selected MVP of the adidas camp in Pittsburgh, Pa. ... as  a sophomore, averaged 17.0 points and 8.0 rebounds ... notched 1,000 points her sophomore year ... as a freshman, averaged 18.3 points ... in 1998, led her AAU team to the national title.

Full name is Monique Paulette Currie ... born on February 25, 1983, in Washington, D.C.  ... daughter of Michael and Gwendolyn Currie ... has one sister, Mikia (24) ... featured in Fox Student Sports Magazine and School Sports Magazine as a senior in high school ... received degrees in public policy and African-American studies in May from Duke and is pursuing a graduate degree in humanities in 2005-06.


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