Dunlap, also an All-SEC freshman team selection last season, has started at forward in all 29 games for the Wildcats this season. The 6-1 sophomore leads the SEC in rebounding with 9.1 rebounds per game and has climbed to No. 7 on UK's single season list with 264 caroms this season. She is UK's leading scorer with 12.7 points per game and also is tops on the team in blocks (34) and steals (49). With 13 career double-doubles, including 10 this season, she has charted the second-most double-doubles in the SEC. Dunlap also was named pre-season All-SEC by the league coaches.
Despite four career knee surgeries all on her right knee, Roddy has become one of the most dominant post players in the conference. She ranks second on the team in scoring (12.0 ppg) and rebounding (8.3 rpg) and ranks 14th overall in league scoring, fourth in rebounding (8.3) and sixth in FT percentage (.793). The 6-3 center currently leads the SEC and ranks 13th nationally with 11 double-doubles this season. With seven straight double-doubles from Dec. 12-Jan.3, she joined Valerie Still as the only players in school history to chart six or more in a row. The center has recorded double-figure points in 20 games, double-figure rebounding 12 times this season. This is Roddy's first All-SEC honor.
This is the sixth consecutive season UK has had at least one player selected to the All-SEC teams.
The 2009 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament begins Thursday, March 5 and runs through Sunday, March 8 in North Little Rock, Ark. SEC's regional sports network (FS South, FS Southwest and FSN Florida) will televise all games on Thursday, Friday and Saturday while ESPN2 will broadcast the championship game. Kentucky will take on Georgia in the first round Thursday at 3:30 p.m. EST.
Dunlap, Roddy Named All-SEC
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