#1 Tiera DeLaHoussaye
Position: Guard
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Detroit, Mich.
High School: Detroit Country Day
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Noteworthy: Holds WMU single-season record for assists (250) ... enters 2008-09 season fourth in career assists (523) and career steals (253) and with 856 career points ... only left-handed shooter on team.

2007-08: One of four Broncos to start all 32 games ... named team MVP ... led WMU in scoring (12.4), assists (7.8) and steals (3.3), while ranking second in rebounding (6.1) ... named MAC Defensive Player of the Year, First Team All-MAC, Academic All-MAC and set a conference record being named MAC Player of the Week on six occasions ... ranked third in the nation in assists and 10th in steals, leading the MAC in both ... ranked third in the conference in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.77), fourth in minutes per game (36.22), 13th in scoring, 15th in field goal percentage (.446) and 16th in rebounding ... was one of 52 in the nation named as a regional All-American finalist ... set WMU single-season assist record with 250 assists ... hit a career high 9-for-12 from free throw line, scoring a team-high 15 points in win over Northwestern (11/10) ... named to Women’s Sport Foundation All-Tournament Team and earned first career MAC Player of the Week award after leading team in scoring (10.7), rebounding (5.7), assists (6.0) and steals (2.6) in three games in New Mexico ... set a career-high with 15 assists and did not commit a turnover against Central Connecticut State (11/18), the second-best single-game effort in school history - highest total by a MAC player in 2007-08 ... also added nine rebounds against CCSU ... had 22 points and eight assists vs. Drake (11/24), named to the SMU Hoops for the Cure All-Tournament Team ... had 18 points and seven assists, being named MAC Player of the Week for second time, vs. Temple (12/18) ... broke the San Diego State Surf ‘N Slam Classic assist record, dishing out 13 helpers (committing just one turnover) against Seton Hall, adding 17 points for first double-double of season (12/28) ... named to All-Tournament Team and was named MAC Player of the Week for third time ... recorded second double-double with 16 points and a career-high 11 rebounds, as well as seven steals and six assists vs. Marquette (1/2) ... named MAC Player of the Week for fourth time ... had 14 points and eight steals in MAC opener vs. Ball State (1/(9) ... tied a career-high with 11 rebounds, adding eight assists at Central Michigan (1/12) ... had 11 points, seven rebounds, seven assists - committing just one turnover, and three steals at Toledo (1/15) ... recorded third double-double with 17 points and 14 assists, adding five rebounds and five steals at Eastern Michigan (1/23) ... dished out nine helpers vs. Kent State (1/26) ... notched fourth double-double of season with 19 points and 13 assists, adding seven rebounds and four steals at Bowling Green (1/30) ... had 14 points and eight assists vs. Ohio (2/3) ... named MAC Player of the Week for fifth time after averaging 16.5 ppg, 10.5 apg, 6.0 rpg and 3.0 spg in two games vs. BGSU and Ohio (2/4) ... led team with 16 points, eight rebounds, five assists and five steals at Miami (2/9) ... recorded 15 points, nine assists, six steals and six rebounds vs. Buffalo (2/13) ... grabbed game-high 10 rebounds at Akron (2/16) ... scored a career-high 27 points, dishing out 10 assists, in overtime win against Central Michigan (2/23) ... named MAC Player of the Week for sixth time (2/25) ... had 13 points, eight rebounds and eight assists at Ball State (3/1) ... recorded 20 points, nine assists, six rebounds and five steals vs. Toledo (3/5) ... registered 10 points and 11 assists in MAC Tournament win over Miami (3/9) ... had 14 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and three steals before leaving game early due to injury in MAC Tournament Quarterfinal loss to Miami (3/11) ... named MAC Female Scholar Athlete of the Week (3/13).

2006-07: One of three Broncos to start all 32 games ... given the team’s Hustle Award ... named Academic All-MAC ... led the MAC and ranked 15th in the nation in steals per game (3.00) ... was second in the MAC and 11th in the nation in assists per game (6.03) ... finished the season with 193 assists, ranking third-best in WMU history ... had the ninth-best field-goal percentage in the MAC (.486) ... was 25th in the conference and third on the team in scoring (11.3 ppg) ... also finished third on the team in rebounding (4.1 rpg) ... played 10 complete 40-minute games ... scored first 20-plus total with a career-high 23 points at Wisconsin, shooting 9-for-11 against the Badgers (11/14) ... just shy of a triple-double with nine points, nine assists and 10 rebounds against Detroit (11/17) ... grabbed seven steals against Air Force - tying for sixth-best all-time at WMU (12/2) ... recorded a career-high eight steals vs. Cleveland State - ties for third-best at WMU - also adding 13 points and six assists (12/7) ... led the team with 10 points at Temple (12/19) ... scored nine points and dished out seven assists vs. Chicago State (12/22) ... scored 16 points, grabbed six rebounds and five steals at Central Michigan (1/3) ... recorded eight points, seven rebounds and five assists vs. Eastern Michigan (1/10) ... scored 16 points, shooting 3-for-4 from beyond the arc, at Northern Illinois (1/13) ... led team with 19 points, adding seven assists and six steals vs. Toledo (1/17) ... totaled 11 points, five rebounds, five steals and seven assists at Ohio (1/20) ... tallied 10 assists, adding eight points vs. No. 16 Bowling Green (1/24) ... recorded 10 points, six assists and six steals vs. Akron (1/27) ... notched first career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds, adding five assists at Buffalo (2/7) ... registered 21 points, eight rebounds and eight assists vs. Miami (2/10) ... registered 14 assists vs. Central Michigan (2/14) - highest total by a MAC player in 2006-07 ... recorded 20 points, nine assists and six steals vs. Ball State (2/17) ... totaled 13 points, nine rebounds, six assists and five steals vs. NIU (2/25) ... had 10 assists and nine rebounds at Toledo (2/28) ... scored eight points and dished out seven assists in MAC Tournament win over Miami (3/4) ... had 11 points in quarterfinal loss to Ball State (3/6).

Started in 15 of 28 games played ... averaged 3.5 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.8 steals per game ... made first collegiate start against No. 15 Notre Dame (11/20), scoring 11 points in a near 71-68 upset over the Fighting Irish ... recorded a season-high 13 points in the Broncos' 89-78 win at Detroit (12/4) ... dished out a season-high eight assists against No. 22 Purdue (12/1) and in a 90-72 victory over Northwestern (12/14) ... grabbed a season-high five steals in a 92-77 win at Cleveland State (12/11).

High School: Three-time state champion ... helped Detroit Country Day compile a 97-11 record during prep career ... named to the 2003 Detroit Free Press All-State and Detroit News All-State Third Team as a junior along with garnering Third Team All-North ... was a 2004 Detroit News All-Oakland County First Team selection, along with First Team All-North pick ... was a nominee for the 2004 McDonald’s All-American game ... received first team honors from the Michigan Basketball Coaches Association as a senior and third team as a junior ... averaged 14 points, seven assists and five steals during senior campaign ... played in the BCAM All-Star game ... high school teammate of former Bronco and WMU all-time leading scorer Carrie Moore.

Nursing major ... maintains a 3.35 GPA ... daughter of Novella Smith and Steve DeLaHoussaye ... born on May 19, 1987 in Detroit ... has one sister, Tiana Smith.