|2004-05 Women's Basketball|
2003-04 Season: Ended career year in 2004 averaging 16.1 ppg, second on the team in minutes (872), field goals made (168) and free throws made (99)... averaged 9.1 rpg with a total of 246 for the year... received 2004 Womenís Basketball All-Southern Conference Team accolades along with teammate Kiya Verdell... also led team in points (435) averaged 20.0 ppg during ETSUís school record five-game road winning streak nearing end of 2004 campaign ... SoCon Player of the Week for the weeks of Dec. 23 and Jan. 27... tallied a career-high 19 rebounds vs. Furman (1/36/04), the highest single-game total by a Lady Buc in over 10 seasons ... teamís leading scorer in 16 games including eight contests with 20 or more points... scored career-high 25 points and grabbed a team-high seven rebounds in SoCon tournament loss to Elon (3/4/04) ... tied a then career-high with 24 points on 12-of-14 shooting from charity stripe in 65-60 win at UNC Greensboro (2/21/04) ... recorded first double-double of the season with 12 points, 13 rebounds, and four steals vs. UNC Asheville (12/3/03), including a career-high in assists (4) ... scored 16 points at Temple (11/28/03) followed by 15-point performance at Furman (12/1/03) ... 38 minutes at Appalachian State (2/14/04) was a career high and led Lady Bucs to a 74-69 come-from-behind victory with 22 points ... recorded 16 rebounds to go along with 17 points vs. High Point (12/6/03) ... scored 17 points in home opener vs. UNC Greensboro (12/13/03) ... tied her career-high in assists with four vs. Georgia Southern (12/30/03)... knocked down a career-high nine field goals in scoring 18 points at Davidson (1/10/04) ... due to foul trouble, played just 21 minutes at Western Carlolina and scored 12 points on 6-of-8 shooting from the floor ... recorded 21 points and 15 rebounds at Wofford (1/24/04) ... tallied team-leading sixth double-double of the season with 23 points on a career-high 10 field goals and had 15 rebounds at Coll. of Charleston (2/2/04) ... scored 22 points in win over Western Carolina (2/9/04) ... 16.1 ppg ranked her second among conference competitors for 2003-04 campaign... led league with rebounding average of 9.1 rpg., also ranked among the top five in field goal percentage (50.9)... captured first in offensive rebounds (93 / 3.44 pg) and second in defensive rebounds (153 / 5.67 pg)
2002-03 Season: Mayes had a standout sophomore year playing in all but one regular season game ... although she started in five contests, Mayes did most of her damage coming off of the bench ... on Dec. 2, Mayes went 8-of-10 from the floor at Middle Tennessee State for a career-high 20 points ... she grabbed a career high 12 rebounds at UNC Greensboro on Jan. 11 ... finished second on the team and third in the conference in blocked shots per game (1.4) Ö registered a career-best four blocked shots at Georgia Tech on Nov. 29 ... finished third on the team in rebounding (6.2 rpg) and completed the regular season as the teamís fifth leading scorer (7.7 ppg) Ö led the team in blocked shots the first six games of the season and 13 times overall Ö wrapped up her 2002-03 campaign by scoring a team-high 16 points versus College of Charleston in the opening round of the Southern Conference Womenís Basketball Championship and reached double digits in scoring six times.
2001-2002 Season: Mayes saw action in 23 games last season . . . averaged 1.5 points and 1.0 rebounds per game . . . scored a season-high eight points on 3-3 shooting in a 92-83 victory over three-time defending Southern Conference champion Chattanooga . . . pulled down a career-high four rebounds against Wofford on Dec. 5 and against UNC Greensboro on Feb. 16
High School: Tiffani earned three letters under coach Robert Vosbrink at Sumter High School . . . played in the North Carolina-South Carolina All-Star game following her senior season . . . was named to the All-Region and All-State teams following her junior and senior seasons . . . was an American General Miss Basketball Finalist in the state of South Carolina . . . was named among the SCASA top five players in the state prior to her senior season . . . averaged 14 points, 12 rebounds, three blocks and two steals per game during her senior season.
Personal: Born on Apr. 4, 1983, Mayes in enrolled as a physical education major.
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