Position
Forward
Height
6'3
Class
Senior
Hometown
Brookhaven, Miss.
Major
Sport Commerce
High School
Brookhaven HS

CAREER
Athletic post player who played in 93 career games with 18 starts … Finished her career with 170 points and 203 rebounds.

SENIOR SEASON (2011-12)
Saw action in 30 games with 13 starts … Produced 1.7 points and 2.2 rebounds per game … Tossed in four points and swatted three shots in the win over the Golden Lions on Nov. 21 … Scored four points in six minutes against UCLA on Dec. 13 … Collected a career-best three steals against Lamar on Dec. 18 … Matched a career high with two assists and added four points at Ole Miss on New Year’s Day … Played 11 minutes and scored two points against Alabama on Jan. 8 before injuring her left knee at the 10:20 mark in the second half … Did not return for the remainder of the contest … Provided the Lady Tigers’ with arguably their biggest shot of the regular season in the come-from-behind overtime win at East Tennessee State on Jan. 24 … Scored six points and tallied a season-high seven rebounds in 21 minutes … Scored the game-tying putback at the buzzer at the end of regulation that sent it to overtime … Contributed four points and three rebounds against No. 5 Kentucky on Feb. 5 … Grabbed five rebounds, including several late in the game, at Arkansas on Feb. 16 … Injured right ankle in practice on March 1 and did not play in the quarterfinal and semifinal rounds of the SEC Tournament … Returned to floor in 10 minutes off the bench against Tennessee in the SEC Championship Game on March 4.

JUNIOR SEASON (2010-11)
Saw action in 24 games and averaged 1.9 points and 2.4 boards per contest … Had five rebounds in 20 minutes of action versus Tulane on Nov. 23 … Came off the bench and played well in the World Vision Challenge … Scored six points with eight rebounds with one block and one steal in 23 minutes versus Lehigh on Nov. 26 … Tossed in eight points and was 3-of-3 from the floor with four boards in eight minutes against UTSA on Dec. 16 … Played exceptionally well off the bench against Ole Miss, seeing 16 minutes of action and scoring six points with three boards … Was her most extensive playing time since the win over Lehigh in November … 2-of-2 with four points in six minutes off the bench against Florida on Jan. 23 … Pulled down seven rebounds — her second-highest total in a game this season and most in an SEC game — in 14 minutes of action at Ole Miss on Feb. 6.

SOPHOMORE SEASON (2009-10) 
Added depth to LSU’s frontcourt … Posted 2.1 points and 2.7 rebounds per game … Played in 22 games with five starts … Played 23 minutes in the season-opener against Centenary as she grabbed a career-best 13 rebounds … Scored 10 points in 22 minutes versus Nicholls State on Nov. 22 … Worked her way into the starting lineup for five straight games starting at Florida on Feb. 11 … Played 20 minutes, tallying four points with two steals and two rebounds against the Gators … Scored six points and was 2-of-2 from both the floor and the free throw line at Auburn on Feb. 14.

FRESHMAN SEASON (2008-09)
Talented post player who saw playing time off the bench … Played in 17 games with no starts … Averaged 1.6 points and 1.2 rebounds per game … Chipped in seven points and three rebounds in her debut against #16/14 Notre Dame on Nov. 16 … Scored six points on a perfect 3-of-3 from the floor at Centenary on Dec. 20 … Played perhaps her best game of the year at Mississippi State on Feb. 8 … Came off the bench and scored six points with a team-high six rebounds in 18 minutes of action … Added two steals and her defensive play in the second half kept LSU alive in the game against the Lady Bulldogs.

HIGH SCHOOL
A four-year starter at Brookhaven High School … Led team to state runner-up finish as a junior … Member of the Jackson Clarion Ledger’s Dandy Dozen … Averaged 13.2 points and 10 rebounds in 2007 … Named Most Valuable Defensive Player of the Mississippi Association of Coaches All-Star Game after recording seven points, six rebounds and three blocks … Coached by Freda Craft … Member of the National Honor Society and graduated with honors.

PERSONAL
Full name is Swayze Kee Larlle Black … Born on Nov. 27, 1989, in McComb, Miss. … Daughter of Willie and Dorothy Black … Has four siblings, Maceo, Pashen, Dana and Carlin … Chose to attend LSU because “I wanted to continue the winning tradition and help lead the Lady Tigers to their first national championship” … Majored in sports administration commerce … Graduated from LSU in Dec. 2011.

BLACK’S CAREER HIGHS
Points, 10, vs. Nicholls State; Nov. 22, 2009
Rebounds, 13, vs. Centenary; Nov. 15, 2009
Field Goals, 3, several times; last at ETSU; Jan. 24, 2012
FG Attempts, 5, three times; last vs. Ole Miss; Jan. 20, 2011
3-Pt Field Goals, n/a
3-Pt FG Attempts, n/a
Free Throws, 6, vs. Southeastern Louisiana; Dec. 22, 2009
FT Attempts, 6, twice; last at McNeese State; Dec. 16, 2011
Assists, 2, several times
Steals, 3, vs. Lamar; Dec. 18, 2011
Blocks, 3, vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff; Nov. 21, 2011
Minutes, 25 , , vs. Arkansas; Jan. 22, 2012

 

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