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Kristi Little
Kristi Little

Hometown:
Altoona, Pa.

High School:
Altoona

Height:
5-4

Position:
Guard



08/18/2014

Orsi Szecsi Signs with Aluinvent DVTK-Miskolc in Hungarian A League

Becomes seventh player to sign pro contract overseas contract under Coach Burt

07/22/2014

Wumi Agunbiade Signs With CSU Alba Iulia in the Romanian Liga Națională League

Becomes sixth player to sign pro contract overseas contract under Coach Burt

01/20/2014

#DuqWBB Travels to 16-3 VCU on Wednesday Night

Dukes look to improve to 6-1 in A-10

01/16/2014

#DuqWBB Hosts Rhode Island on National Girls and Women in Sports Day on Saturday

Event to start at 12:30, gametime is 2:00

11/08/2013

Dan Burt Era Begins With 84-69 Victory Over Cal Poly

Dukes advance to championship of Maggie Dixon Classic

02/04/2009

Duquesne - 53, St. Joseph's - 51

Duquesne - 53, St. Joseph's - 51

  • 10th all-time in scoring with 1,266 points
  • 5th all-time in with 458 assists
  • 2nd all-time with 376 free throws

    As A SENIOR (2008-09)
    Named 2009 Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Year, becoming only the second-ever A-10 player to win the award in back-to-back seasons ... also named A-10 First Team and All-Defensive Team ... 19th member of DU's 1,000 Point Club ... started all 32 games ... career-high 30 points and eight steals vs. Temple ... 29 points and eight steals at George Washington ... tied career-high with 11 assists at Massachusetts ... career-best five 3-pointers vs. Charlotte at A-10 Championship ... Feb. 16 A-10 Player of the Week ... led conference in steals for second consecutive season ... named candidate for Lowe's Senior Class Award.

    As A JUNIOR (2007-08)
    Named 2008 Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Year ... also named A-10 Third Team and All-Defensive Team ... started and scored in double-digits in all 30 games ... season-high 26 points vs. Dayton ... four 3-pointers and eight field goals in her 25-point effort vs. Xavier ... played 44 minutes and was 10-10 from the foul line vs. Eastern Michigan ... team-high 11-11 from the foul line at Temple ... career-high 11 assists vs. Towson and at Rhode Island ... personal-best 11 rebounds at William & Mary ... her 10 steals was one shy of tying school and Atlantic 10 record vs. North Carolina Central ... two blocks vs. Massachusetts ... named Sirius Satellite Player of the Game by CSTV in the Dukes' win at Fordham ... recorded a team-high five double-double games ... finished the 2007-08 season the Dukes in both scoring (16.3 ppg), assists (6.1 apg) and steals (3.3 spg) ... led DU is scoring 19 times ... finished the 2007-08 season as the Atlantic 10's fourth leading scorer as well as being first in steals and second in assists ... improved her scoring from 2007 by 7.6 points.

    AS A SOPHOMORE (2006-07)
    Started 22 of 25 games ... eight points and three assists vs. Niagara ... season-best 37 minutes vs. Furman ... 11 points vs. Youngstown State ... 13 points and three steals vs. Radford ... 12 points and a game-best six assists vs. Morgan State ... 15 points at Akron ... 12 points and five assists vs. Princeton ... first career double-double with personal bests of 17 points and 10 assists vs. Clemson ... her 10 assists marks the first time since Dec. 22, 2004 that a DU player has hit double-digit assists ... was one of only two A-10 players to have double-figure assists in 2006-07 ... was 7-11 from the charity stripe vs. St. Bonaventure ... had 11 points and four steals vs. Rhode Island ... six assists vs. Saint Louis ... 14 points and four assists at Charlotte ... did not play at La Salle due to injury ... tied season-best 17 points vs. Fordham ... 10 points at UMass ... finished the season fifth in the A-10 in assists (3.52) and third in steals (2.28) ... had a 1.24 assist to turnover ratio which was ninth best in the A-10 ... nine games scoring in double digits ... has increased her scoring from last year averaging 8.3 ppg - averaged 4.4 as a freshman.

    AS A FRESHMAN (2005-06)
    Did not compete in the first four games due to an illness ... averaged 4.4 points and 2.0 assists per game ... played in her first game at Pittsburgh and didn't return to action until Richmond as she had been fighting sicknesses most of the season ... seven points in 11 minutes of action at Dayton ... team-best five assists, three steals and was 6-6 from the line at Rhode Island ... four assists vs. Saint Louis ... seven points, three assists and two steals vs. Xavier ... nine points, five steals and four assists at St. Bonaventure ... earned her first start at Temple where she had three assists and two steals ... missed her first free throw shot of the season vs. George Washington ... seven points and four steals at Fordham ... seven points and three steals at Dayton ... tied the game lead with four steals vs. St. Bonaventure ... season-best 11 points in the upset of Charlotte in the A-10 championship ... was 6-6 from the line in that game and had a personal-best five rebounds ... had five perfect games from the line on the year and was 22-26 (.846) on the season ... played in 18 games and had 79 points, 36 assists and 33 steals while averaging 16.9 minutes a game ... tied for fourth on the team in steals, despite playing in just over half of the team's games.

    HIGH SCHOOL
    Averaged 19.1 points, 4.8 steals and 4.5 assists per game as senior leading Altoona to the Mountain Athletic Conference title and District VI championship ... a 2004-05 first team Associated Press Pennsylvania high school girls basketball All-State pick ... was named the league MVP and Defensive Player of the Year ... helped Altoona post a three-year mark of 72-13 and capture the 2004 and 2005 District and MAC crowns ... Altoona was ranked second in 2005 with a 28-2 record and fell to eventual Quad-A champs Oakland Catholic in the '05 PIAA state championship ... a three-time MAC Defensive Player of the Year ... is the Lady Lions all-time leader in scoring (1,177) and steals (308) ... also lettered in track & field.

    PERSONAL
    Full name is Kristina Joy Little ... active in volunteer work ... corporate communications major ... third Altoona H.S. player to wear the Red & Blue joining Krista Thomas ('99) and Candace Futrell ('04) ... married Adam Kaack in Summer 2008 ... Director of Athletics' Honor Roll ... born October 2, 1986.

    Little's Career Highs

    Points 30 vs. Temple -1/18/09
    Field Goals Made 10 vs. Missouri - 1/3/09
    Field Goals Attempted 21 (last) vs. Charlotte - 3/7/09
    Field Goal Percentage (minimum 6 attempts) .667 vs. Missouri - 1/3/09
    3-Pt. Field Goals Made 5 vs. Charlotte - 3/7/09
    3-Pt. Field Goals Attempted 11 vs. Charlotte - 1/12/08
    3-Pt. Field Goal Percentage (minimum 2 made) .667 (last) vs. Niagara - 11/18/08
    FT Made 12 (last) vs. Butler - 3/19/09
    FT Attempted 14 vs. Butler - 3/19/09
    FT Percentage (minimum 4 made) 1.000 (last) vs. Dayton - 1/21/09
    Rebounds 11 at William & Mary - 12/20/07
    Assists 11 (last) at Massachusetts - 2/14/09
    Steals 10 vs. North Carolina Central - 1/7/08
    Blocks 2 (last) vs. Massachusetts - 2/20/08
    Turnovers 9 at Princeton - 12/1/07
    Minutes 44 vs. Eastern Michigan - 12/28/07

    Little's Career Stats

    Year
    GP
    GS
    MIN
    AVG
    FG
    FGA
    FG%
    3FG
    3FGA
    3FG%
    FT
    FTA
    FT%
    REB
    AVG
    PF
    DQ
    AST
    TO
    B
    S
    PTS
    AVG
    2006
    18
    1
    305
    16.9
    24
    94
    .255
    9
    41
    .220
    22
    26
    .846
    21
    1.2
    23
    0
    36
    46
    0
    33
    79
    4.4
    2007
    25
    22
    708
    28.3
    69
    208
    .332
    16
    63
    .254
    54
    77
    .701
    57
    2.3
    48
    3
    88
    71
    4
    57
    208
    8.3
    2008
    30
    30
    1067
    35.6
    143
    402
    .356
    48
    158
    .304
    156
    208
    .750
    141
    4.7
    88
    5
    182
    136
    7
    100
    490
    16.3
    2009
    32
    32
    1063
    33.2
    156
    419
    .372
    33
    137
    .241
    144
    192
    .750
    125
    3.9
    58
    0
    152
    121
    4
    86
    489
    15.3
    Career
    105
    85
    2130
    20.3
    392
    1123
    .349
    106
    399
    .266
    376
    503
    .748
    344
    3.3
    217
    8
    458
    374
    15
    276
    1266
    12.1
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